Experimente la diversidad del campo dominicano en un vehículo al aire libre estilo safari durante esta visita guiada desde Punta Cana. Adéntrate en las montañas de Anamuya, explora una antigua plantación de azúcar, observa los cigarros de los locales y relájate en las blancas arenas de la playa de Macao. Incluso hay tiempo para montar a caballo y saborear un almuerzo buffet típico antes de visitar a una familia dominicana en este tour que muestra algunos de los personajes rurales de la República Dominicana. Se incluyen todas las actividades, catas, almuerzo y transporte de ida y vuelta desde los hoteles de Punta Cana.
Aventura de safari por el este de República Dominicana en un vehículo al aire libre estilo safari
Mira una demostración de fumar cigarros de maestros artesanos.
Da un paseo a caballo por los exuberantes campos de la plantación de azúcar
Pruebe el café orgánico, las frutas y el chocolate dentro de una casa típica de la familia dominicana.
Disfrute de un almuerzo buffet y transporte de ida y vuelta desde Punta Cana o Bávaro.
Disfruta del acceso a un club de playa privado en la playa de Macao
Su camioneta estilo safari al aire libre lo recogerá en su hotel de Punta Cana o Bávaro, donde comienza este increíble safari por el campo de la República Dominicana desde Punta Cana. Caminarás por las imponentes montañas de Anamuya y contemplarás uno de los paisajes más épicos que este país tiene para ofrecer. Su amigable guía local ofrecerá comentarios e historia mientras navega por el terreno. Pase 25 minutos a caballo a través de una antigua plantación de azúcar y aprenda sobre la producción de este producto básico de exportación. Escuche a un maestro artesano de generaciones explicando el arte de la cosecha del tabaco y siéntese para una demostración de cómo hacer rodar estos artículos populares. Luego, disfrute de un almuerzo con vista en un restaurante en la cima de la montaña, donde degustará una gran variedad de platos locales, así como cerveza y ron dominicanos. Después de una deliciosa comida con sus compañeros de viaje, visitará la casa de una familia dominicana local y compartirá café recién hecho, mamajuana y otras delicias locales antes de dirigirse a la playa de Macao. Disfrute el resto de su día a su gusto en este club de playa privado conocido por sus arenas blancas, aguas cristalinas y vibra tópica, antes de regresar a su hotel de Punta Cana o Bávaro.
Opiniones del viajero en Viator
, ago 2018
This was such a great experience. We got picked up right at our hotel and all of the cultural experiences grouped into this one tour was well worth the price. Our guide was fantastic, funny, and full of so much information.
I would have gladly sacrificed half the time spent in the cigar shop, and sampling coffee, chocolate and Mamawana, for more time horseback. While the promise of a beach visit was kept, getting in the water was not possible - it was a surfing beach. Best part of the tour was virtually limitless Cuba Libre's.
I just recently went on this excursion about a week ago and it was overall a good time. You get to hear a little about the DR, try some mamajuana and visit a very nice beach in the end. My only real issue with this excursion was that our tour guide Alex slandered Haiti while we were on our way to our first destination. While talking about how rich the Dominican Republic is, our tour guide felt the need to state that the reason Haiti is so poor is because of the lack of foreign investment due to the Haitian peoples inability to stop fighting. While saying this, he makes a hand gesture pulling an imaginary guns trigger. Not only is this completely false and inappropriate, it further perpetuates the negative image of Haiti and the Haitian people that is pushed by western media. I think Alex is in need of a history lesson as to why Haiti is in the situation it is in instead slandering an entire country and their people. I'll give him the benefit of the doubt and say he just make a mistake but something tells me he was purposely insulting Haiti. I am aware of the relationship between the two nations and know about the Dominican Republic's historical racist treatment towards Haitians and dark skinned Dominicans that continue till this day and understand how that can cause ignorance. Hopefully he sees this and corrects his mistake.
A must if you want to really experience real life in the DR.We drove through many small towns,seeing schools and the children,the homes and businesses of the people.The farm lands and some of Irma's aftermath on this beautiful island.The people are so welcoming and hard working.Maria's house was very interesting and we loved learning about the coffee,cocoa,vanilla tobacco,seeing and tasting first hand how they are grown.We had a nice lunch and stopped for the horseback ride.That was a bit sad. Dogs run freely throughout the island and all are thin,the horses were very thin.I just wanted to give them food and water. Our guide Mimi and our driver were very entertaining.Mimi is the real deal!!!lots of laughter.We were picked up on time at our resort and had a great and memorable day! Plenty of water provided all day.
The best part of the tour is the lunch!! It was great Dominican Food! The food at my resort was awful so I was happy to get food here! Also the horse back riding and cigar making was awesome too! And the beach is nice! Be prepared to spend the whole day on this tour I left hotel at 830am and got back at 4pm!
One of thee best excursions available.The staff for the excursion was beyond hilarious and very informative.You get to experience alot of different aspects of DR culture and ways.The food was excellente,the making of cigars was remarkable.Hell yeah I would recommend this excursion
This tour was amazing. The tour guide was very knowledgeable of the route and all of the stops. Maria's house was very interesting. She was friendly and very pleasant. Planning to return back in 2017 and will take this tour again.
This was a great excursion and I appreciate the company calling me at my resort to see if I wanted to reschedule after they had to cancel the excursion on the day we went due to dangerous roads with water and blockage of the bridge we needed to cross. I loved it all except the horseback riding part. The way the excursion reads leads you to believe you will take the horses up a mountain. The terrain we were in was extremely muddy and nothing to really see it was just a big field and the horses seemed tired. So that part was a little disappointing. It would have been better if we actually went on a real trail or along the beach. Also at least been advised to bring proper clothing for getting all muddied up. Other than that this was a great way to spend the day and our guide MiMi was WONDERFUL!!!!! If you want to see a little bit of everything from the beach, the mountain, real coffee, cigars, and souvenirs this is the thing to do!