Kick Up Dust Zip through the beautiful countryside in a manual transmission dune buggy! Departing from Punta Cana, you’ll travel past colorful houses and across the breathtaking landscape of banana plantations and farmland. Editor's Note: ... 

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Snorkeling off Bavaro speedboat, Punta Cana

August 2011

You can catch fish with hands


December 2010

off road is fun !

In our dune buggys in Punta Cana

December 2010

They have 2 seater and 4 seater dune buggys and the were more comfortable than I thought they would be. Cushions are available for seat and back if needed.

A View from the Trail

March 2015

One of the Views from the Trail

Dominican Lunch

March 2015

The Dominican Lunch we ate on our excursion


March 2015

Glen and Denise selfie.

giddi up

February 2015

On the road again

Leaving Macao Beach

August 2014

Ready to hit the bush from Macao Beach.

Outdoor kitchen in a typical home

June 2014

Watching a local woman cook dinner in her home in the outdoor kitchen.


May 2014

Getting ready to head back to the resort.

Lunch Table

May 2014

Beautiful setup for the fried chicken, rice, beans, sweet potato, coleslaw, and spaghetti that was served. There is also a pool you can relax in behind the table.

Racho Real

May 2014

Stop #1: Teaching me how to roll a cigar


May 2014

That's me for round 2 of zip-lining

Standard Shift Buggies

April 2014

Buggies are stick shift, if you want to drive be sure you can drive stick shift! Enjoy!


March 2014

Steve and Jacqui Ward begin their half day Dune Buggy Adventure.
WOW! Our adventure was an excellent experience and we would definitely do it again Driving through the Dominican countryside and stopping off for Coffee was a good start to the morning then on through nature paths and villages FANTASTIC

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