Letzte Suchanfragen
Löschen
Jetzt reservieren, später bezahlen

All-Inclusive -Samaná - Tagesausflug mit dem Flugzeug ab Punta Cana

|
Cap Cana, Karibik

Leider ist dieses Produkt derzeit nicht verfügbar

Ähnliche Produkte ansehen
Jetzt reservieren, später bezahlen
Sichern Sie sich einen Platz und bleiben Sie flexibel.
Kostenlose Stornierung
Bis zu 24 Stunden im Voraus
Verfügbare Optionen werden geladen …


icon12 Stunden  (ca.)
Abholung wird angeboten
Mobiles Ticket
iconAngeboten in: Deutsch und 3 weitere

Übersicht

Fliegen Sie auf diesem Tagesausflug von Punta Cana zur Halbinsel Samaná. Erkunden Sie die Gegend während dieses Tagesausflugs, einschließlich einer Pause auf einer Bergplantage, um frischen Kaffee, Kakao und Honig zu probieren. Reiten Sie auf felsigen Wegen durch den Wald zum Wasserfall El Limón und genießen Sie das Mittagessen in einem Restaurant am Meer. Fahren Sie zum malerischen Cay Levantado, um sich am weißen Sandstrand unter schwankenden Palmen zu entspannen. Hin- und Rücktransfer, Transfers und fachkundige Reiseleiter auf jeder Etappe der Reise sind inbegriffen.
  • All-inclusive-Tagesausflug von Punta Cana nach Samaná mit Zwischenstopp in Cayo Levantado
  • Nehmen Sie während des Fluges nach Samaná den Blick aus der Vogelperspektive auf die schönen Strände und die glitzernde Bucht von Samaná auf
  • Bereisen Sie eine typisch dominikanische Plantage in den Bergen der Sierra de Samaná und probieren Sie frisch zubereiteten Kaffee, Kakao und Honig
  • Unternehmen Sie einen Ausritt zum Wasserfall El Limón und tummeln Sie sich im Schwimmbecken
  • Verbringen Sie Zeit auf der berühmten Insel Cayo Levantado
  • Genießen Sie nach einer Stadtrundfahrt ein köstliches Mittagessen in einem Restaurant in Samaná
  • Eintrittsgelder, Mittagessen, Getränke, Erfrischungen, Flug-, Schiffs- und Hoteltransport inbegriffen
Nach einer frühmorgendlichen Abholung von Ihrem Hotel in Punta Cana begeben Sie sich zum Flughafen. Ein Begrüßungskomitee mit Getränken und Musik begrüßt Sie und Sie steigen in Ihr Turboprop-Flugzeug ein. Bewundern Sie die Luftbilder der Ostküste der Dominikanischen Republik während des kurzen Fluges nach Samaná.

Ein Safari-Truck holt Sie am Flughafen ab. Steigen Sie ein und genießen Sie die malerische Fahrt zu einer Bergplantage in der Sierra de Samaná, wo Sie zwischen einheimischen Pflanzen und Obstbäumen spazieren gehen. Probieren Sie Honig, Maniokbrot, Kaffee und Kakao von unvergleichlicher Frische.

Fahren Sie zu einer Reiterfarm in El Limón und besteigen Sie nach einer Sicherheitseinweisung Ihr treues Pferd und hufen Sie es in den üppigen Wald. Folgen Sie dem Arroyo Chico in die bergige Landschaft und erreichen Sie den spektakulären Wasserfall El Limón. Schwimmen Sie in der Lagune am Grund des 50-Meter-Sturzes, um sich abzukühlen und eine halbe Stunde lang zu entspannen.

Steigen Sie in Ihren Safari-Jeep zurück und fahren Sie zu Samanás Pier, um einen kurzen Rundgang durch die Stadt zu machen. Essen Sie ein authentisches dominikanisches Mittagessen in einem lokalen Restaurant mit herrlichem Blick auf die Bucht, darunter Wein, Bier und ausgewählte Cocktails.

Steigen Sie am Pier in einen Katamaran und fahren Sie nach Cayo Levantado, das für seinen weichen weißen Sand und die sich wiegenden Palmen bekannt ist. Verbringen Sie eine Stunde am Strand, schwimmen oder schnorcheln. Genießen Sie ein erfrischendes Getränk.

Dann geht es mit dem Boot zurück zur Hauptinsel, mit dem Bodentransfer zurück zum Flughafen und mit dem Turboprop-Flugzeug zurück nach Punta Cana, um Ihren Abenteuertag zu beenden.
Reiseroute
Kein Stopp (Durchfahrt):  
CultourAll
Kostenloser Eintritt

Fotos von Reisenden

Bewertungen

4.0
star-4
8 Bewertungen
5 Sterne
4 Sterne
3 Sterne
2 Sterne
1 Stern
Bewertungen von Viator-Reisenden
star-3
First thing I would caution is that...
keenan.voit
, Apr 2017
First thing I would caution is that buyer should be aware that all-inclusive is used very loosely in the explanation of this excursion. I want to be clear, I would recommend this tour but I would want to know a few of these things before I booked it: 1. The beach and waterfall are very beautiful and totally worth the effort to get to both 2. The amount of time spent at both are very limited, we were able to spend about 25 minutes at the waterfall and 1 hour at the beach. 3. We were only given one alcohol drink all day, the rest are not free and cost additional. 4. The beach comes with a lot of added costs: the beach chairs are 5 per person to use, the snorkeling equipment is 15 per person to use, the they request money to use the bathroom. 5. The food is alright but nothing special. No food is offered at the beach for free. A small snack fruit and coconut is distributed after the waterfall. 6. Bring cash for tips, you will be expected to tip horseback guide and tour guide. 7. Souvenir stands are quite a bit more expensive than similar items in city and at resorts. Overall I am glad we did this excursion, I just wish it would of been more clear about the specifics.
star-1
This is an awesome trip. But will give...
Aimjackson
, Mär 2017
This is an awesome trip. But will give them 1 start for the ripped us off. Beware though.. we paid for the pictures and videos.. promised they will give them to us after the trip before we leave.. we did not get any of the pictures.. scam!
star-4
Overall this was the best tour I did in...
Wayne S
, Mär 2017
Overall this was the best tour I did in the Dominican Republic. Carlos was a fantastic guide. See below if you want a full outline of what we did: We were picked up and taken to the airport. There were three aircraft waiting for us - one that held about 20 passengers and two that held about 4 passengers. I don't know why, but my girlfriend and I were assigned to the 4 passenger plane. I'd never been in a plane that small and it was a little harrowing, but a lot of fun. After we landed we were driven from the Samana accent on the first a airport to a little ranch house. The drive lasted maybe 30 minutes, but passed quickly because our guide, Carols, was funny and informative. At the ranch house Carlos took us to the back yard where a bunch of different plants had been planted. He pointed out aloe, banana, oregano and passion fruit, among others. Once this was finished we all sat down for a little presentation on coconut, cacao and mamajuana. Through the course of the presentation Carlos had us try different things e.g. raw cacao from fresh coco beans, coconut oil on our skin, fresh coconut and coconut water and mamajuana while he prepared a little dessert for everyone. Once the presentation was over, we were led to some tables where we could buy stuff. I complained in anther review about a tour basically being an opportunity to sell us things, but this experience felt more like a gift shop and it didn't bother me. A few minutes later we were led to a nearby pavilion where we were given helmets and rubber boots to wear. The next step in the tour is a hourseback ride through the jungle to el limon waterfall. After everyone was suited up, we were led to the horses. I've ridden horses a few times before and it's always been a sedate affair where the horses all just walk together and know exactly what they are supposed to do. That's what I expected here too, but that's not what we got. Every horse here was paired with a Dominican volunteer guide. Once you were assigned a horse, your guide would lead it along the trail. Different guides used different techniques - some would just held the rope and walk in front, like you might do with a dog while others would grab switches and prod or smack the horses. The trail was not pleasant. It was a muddy rocky mess that had a few hills. There were two or three instances where my horse stumbled and I worried for both his safety and mine. My guide similarly stumbled a few times, and I worried she might fall straight in the mud. I felt uncomfortable both because I was concerned my horse might fall and because I felt bad for this poor Dominican woman leading me through the mud. El Limon was a fun little waterfall and pool, and most people got in for a dip. After 15-20 minutes it was time to take the same guide and horse back to the ranch house. At the ranch house we were given a short breather and some sprite, coke, and rum. After the breather we all piled into the truck and headed to a restaurant for lunch. The restaurant served a buffet and the food was fine. Seating was four to a table so if you didn't have four in your group is was also a good opportunity to meet other travelers. Near the end of the meal Carlos provided everyone with Dramamine, which he urged everyone to take. We then crossed the road to the pier and boarded the catamaran. Over the course of the day Carlos made it clear that our number one goal on the catamaran was to try and find humpback whales while the trip to bacardi island was secondary. We were on the water for maybe 20 minutes before we saw our first whale. It was a very cool experience. The whales come up to breathe and then dive again so the appear and disappear pretty quickly. Once the boat spots a whale, the captain will go to that location and everyone will scan the horizon for more whales. We slowly started to see more and more whales. By the end of our whale watching we were pretty close to a good number of whales. Carlos said we were really lucky. I was ready to get to Bacardi island though. I was starting to feel seasick and the sooner we got off the boat the better. At one point the captain said we would head to the island, but then we saw more whales so we continued our whale watch for a while longer. I wasn't feeling great, but I felt really bad for a woman on the lower deck. She got seasick relatively early on, and spent the rest of the time on the boat keeled over, vomiting. So if you get seasick easily and badly, this might not be for you. Eventually we made to Bacardi island and spent about 45 minutes there. The island was beautiful and peaceful, so I wish we'd been able to stay longer. When it was time to go, we took the boat to port, took trucks to the airport, and then took our planes back to Punta Cana. The trip felt a little long and by the end I was definitely ready to be back in Punta Cana, but it was a good time.
star-4
We had a blast! Was organized and on...
bsoslund
, Mär 2017
We had a blast! Was organized and on time. Slight delay as pick up had wrong reception. Roberto was fun and informed. Carlos too. Trail is rough, but horses did it well. Lemon falls was beautiful, lunch was good. Seas were ROUGH and took longer to find whales. Beach nice. Plane excellent and professional A1
star-5
We had a really cool and funny guide...
Fabijen L
, Feb 2016
We had a really cool and funny guide Carlo who entertained us during the whole tour. I especially enjoyed the whale watching and the quick stop on the beautiful island Cayo Levantado. The only negative thing about this trip was the horsebackriding. The state of the path was quite bad and the horses looked very skinny. I felt sorry for the animals. Besides that I can highly recommend this trip.
star-4
We had a great day, and so well...
Michael B
, Nov 2015
We had a great day, and so well organised. The hotel pick-up was on time in a nice coach, the flight right on time and comfortable. The tour was fun and we saw and tasted so much that day. The horse ride was ok, but the track was in really bad shape which made us worry about the safety of the horses - we did see one injured. But the waterfall was nice, and the highlight of the day was being in Samana, great lunch, then the time on the beach on the Cayo Levantado was outstanding. Thoroughly recommended. The high point throughout the day were the wonderful staff that made it fun, informative, and a great success. our leader, Carlos, was the best. Would have ben 5 star if the state of the path of horse ride had been better.
star-5
The tour was awesome. All guides were...
brendap104
, Jun 2015
The tour was awesome. All guides were great. We took my 75 year old mother and the young men with horses took extremely great care of her. At one point they even picked her up and carried her. I would definately recommend this trip.
star-4
Outre la récupération une heure après...
Pierre S
, Apr 2016
Outre la récupération une heure après l'horaire confirmé par mail qui nous a fais nous lever très tôt et nous a privé de déjeuner, l'excursion en elle même est bien. Le trajet en avion est sympa, on survole toute la cote nord qui est plutôt jolie. L'accueil par les guides dont un qui parle sept langues est chaleureux. Ils nous présentent toute la société dominicaine, en passant par la culture et l'économie. Le trajet en bus savane est plutôt atypique. La présentation des produit locaux et leur méthode de fabrication est intéressantes mais est surtout présentes pour faire tourner l'économie du site. Ceci dit, les produits ne sont pas plus cher qu'a lhôtel ou qu'en ville. Et on y trouve toujours les mêmes produits. L'excursion a cheval vers la cascade est un peu ridicule. Il s'agit d'un embouteillage de chevaux, guidés par des pseudo lads qui mènent les chevaux à la baguette ce n'est pas une image afin d'atteindre les sites le plus vite possible, pour pouvoir enchaîner avec un autre touriste et ainsi accumuler les pourboires qui, ceci dit en passant peuvent entraîner un regard réprobateur si il n'est pas suffisant à leur gout. La cascade est jolie et mérite l'effort des nombreuses marches à franchir pour s'y rendre et s'y baigner. Le seul inconvénient se situe dans lagglutinement des touristes sur le site qui est étroit. Le repas à Santa Barbara est très correct, il s'agit d'un buffet assez étoffé. Possibilité de manger une langouste très copieuse pour 20 dollars en plus. L'excursion sur l'ile débute en bateau du port de Santa Barbara, en face du restaurant. Le catamaran n'est pas le voilier que l'on peut imaginer. Il s'agit juste d'un bi-coque type bac de transport classique. Lîle est agréable bien qu'envahie par les chasseurs de touristes pour leur vendre les mêmes produits que l'on retrouve partout. La plage est agréable. Un récif de bord de plage permet d'observer quelques poissons en snorkeling. Transat gratuits. Cocktails payants.

Jetzt reservieren, später bezahlen
Sichern Sie sich einen Platz bei Ihren Top-Aktivitäten – ohne Zahlungsverpflichtung

Fragen?

icon_solid_phone
Buchen Sie online oder telefonisch.
0800 184 4973
0800 184 4973
Produktcode: 6988PUJSAMAIR

Ähnliche Unternehmungen entdecken