Experimente la belleza natural y los exuberantes paisajes de la península de Samaná en esta excursión de un día desde Punta Cana que incluye una visita a la cascada El Limon y Cayo Levantado. Viaja por el campo en un cómodo autobús con aire acondicionado y explora Samana en catamarán. Este viaje incluye paseos a caballo en las montañas de la Sierra de Samaná, un sabroso almuerzo local en El Malecón y una parada en la playa de arena blanca de Cayo Levantado.
Excursión de un día a la península de Samaná con una visita a Cayo Levantado.
Pasea por los jardines tropicales del parque Ceyba
Da un paseo a caballo y captura las impresionantes vistas de la cascada de El Limón
Pasee por las playas de arena blanca de Cayo Levantado
Coma en un restaurante en El Malecón, el paseo marítimo de Samaná
Entradas, desayuno ligero, almuerzo, bebidas limitadas, transporte en barco y hotel incluido.
Su amable guía y conductor lo recogerán de su hotel en Punta Cana temprano en la mañana y lo transportarán en confort con aire acondicionado en un viaje en autobús panorámico de una hora a través de los paisajes épicos del impresionante campo de República Dominicana hasta la ciudad de Miches. Su viaje de un día a Samaná con paradas en la cascada El Limón y Cayo Levantado desde Punto Cana comienza con un crucero en catamarán por la bahía de Samaná. Desembarcará en Santa Barbara de Samana y subirá a un camión de safari que lo llevará a través del follaje tropical del Parque Ceyba. Explora el jardín, que alberga unas 100 plantas exóticas y prueba las frutas locales recién sacadas de los árboles. Relájese con un desayuno ligero antes de despegar a caballo en El Limón. Después de una breve reunión de seguridad y orientación, se embarcará en un viaje de 20 minutos con un guía local. Contempla los paisajes de los alrededores y aprende sobre la flora y la fauna que bordean tu camino en el camino. Tome un baño refrescante en el hoyo de la piscina en la cascada El Limon antes de decirle a su caballo. Viaje a pie por el famoso Malecón, el paseo marítimo que serpentea a lo largo de la costa de Samaná. Disfrutará de un sabroso almuerzo en un restaurante local con cocina caribeña. (Incluye ron, jugo, agua y refrescos). Finalmente, vuelva a subir a su catamarán y aventúrese a las costas de Cayo Levantado, también conocida como Isla Bacardi. Tómese un tiempo para disfrutar de las playas de arena blanca y aguas cristalinas mientras disfruta de una cerveza fría, jugo o soda (siempre). Cuando termine el día, regresará a Miches y, finalmente, regresará a su hotel de Punta Cana.
El plan en si es muy completo, tiene de todo: Catamaran, 4x4, paseo a caballo extremo, caminata extrema, bano en cascada, conocimiento de locales, almuerzo... en fin , de todo.
El único inconveniente que tuvimos fue al momento de llamar a confirmar la hora de recogida en el hotel, en la agencia: Cultour all, no encontraban nuestro record y las personas que atendieron telefónicamente locales fueron toscas y groseras en el trato hacia el cliente, donde inclusive en algún momento se corto la comunicación y ellas al parecer no podían escucharme pero yo si y las escuche decir claramente Hijo de P...! Eso fue exactamente en la manana del día 7 de Noviembre/17.
Aparte de esta mala experiencia con la atención telefónica, recomedaria la Excursión, como paseo y día de aventuras es excelente!
This is a full day filled with adventure! You take a bus ride to the town of Miches, it's about an hour and a half from Punta Cana and then you take a catamaran to Santa Barbara. Once there you get on a safari bus that takes you around the town of Santa Barbara. It is so nice to see the houses and the people. You get a small glimpse into how they live. The bus then takes you out to the ranch where you gather under a small pavilion and the locals teach you about cocoa and how they make Mama Juana. There are also vendors there selling jewelry, carved wood pieces, cigars, alcohol and more. Highly recommend bringing plenty of cash. Afterwards you go to pick up your horse. Each horse has a person walking with it. You will have someone walking next to you the whole time while you ride. My calf got rubbed a little raw in one area due to the stirrups rubbing against them. So I would recommend bringing a pair of pants with you or high socks. It happened to my husband as well. It was about a 30-40 minute horse ride. The horse ride can be a little scary if it is your first time. There are a lot of rocks and they go down hill quite a bit. They also will gallop or run if you let them. The guides with us were all very friendly but most do not speak English.
So, the horses drop you off at the top of a hill and you have to take stairs all the way down to the waterfall. There are a lot of them and remember you have to walk back up those stairs. The waterfall is gorgeous! There are people around with parrots and they have you hold them while they take pictures of you with your phone. The gentleman who took our photos took a lot and only asked for a tip. The water was cold, but felt fine once you got into it. We spent about 30 minutes there and then headed back.
Heading back meant walking up the stairs and another horse ride. This was not as much fun because by then I was hurting. But overall it was fine. We dropped the horses back off at the ranch and then took our buses back into the town of Santa Barbara, where we had a delicious Dominican lunch at El Timon Restaurant. Afterwards we took a catamaran to Bacardi Island. Again, I would highly recommend bringing cash because there were a lot of vendors there, as well. The island was beautiful and we got to spend over an hour on it.
We left the island around 4:30 pm and got back on the catamaran to head to Miches which is about a 30 minute boat ride. They offer rum and other soft drinks on the ride back. Once you get to Miches, you get back on the bus and head back to your hotel. Overall, we had a great experience.
I would say it is about four and a half stars. The horseback riding was uncomfortable for me, but again, the rest of the trip was great.
This tour was great! Beautiful beach, waterfall and lovely horse tour. Papa George was our tour guide and he was great. I bought tea and honey to bring home and just tried it, so tasty.
Only downfall was the local contact trying to ensure everything was confirmed the day before, they never called back. I had to call three different numbers to try to confirm I was all set and wasted over an hour trying to get these numbers. If you like rum that really is the only alcohol option we had. Draft beer on the beach for just the hour we were there.
I rated 5 stars, but I have to tell they changed the tour, and didn't tell us, so we haven't seen El Limón waterfall. What they showed us was beautiful, the tour was amazing, but I think they should have let us know, that they will change the trip.
We took the day long tour to visit Samana island and El Limón Waterfall. We started at 6:15 morning from our hotel and after 20 minutes ride to a common point we boarded the bus and it took about 1 1/2 hours to reach the boarding point to boat. We traveled by boat for about 45 minutes fotunate to see a whale close to our boat and then transferred to Safari truck After 20 minutes ride in the truck we reached a ranch and then horse back riding fortunately I took the boots provided by the ranch company otherwise my shoes would have drenched in mud for another 30 minutes plus trekking for about 15 minutes finally we reached the water fall by noon. It was great getting into the water near the falls. On the way back we stopped for lunch before boat ride. The boat also made a stop at a beautiful beach and we were allowed to spend about an hour at the beach. We reached the hotel late in the evening by 8 pm. Overall it was a wonderful tour.
The ranch operator provides a guide for each horse and so we could ride safely though it was mud althrough the way.
The tour operator recommended a video guy who was travelling with us and took the footage. But the DVD delivered to us the next day did not have any of our faces. So the amount paid 35 is a waste.
Escursione molto interessante.
Raggiungere la cascata a cavallo è un'esperienza che va fatta, per noi che era la prima volta a cavallo.
Playa levantado è carina ma non ha nulla di particolare, molto più interessante vedere come sia la vita nella Repubblica Domenicana.
L'unico neo era che avevamo riservato questa escursione perché ci doveva essere una guida che parlava italiano, ma ciò non è stato il caso. La fortuna è che noi eravamo poliglotti e quindi ci siamo arrangiati.
Highly recommend this trip. Although it is a very long ride for Punta Cana to the boat, everything else was great. Met lots of locals and had plenty of time at the waterfall. All the workers and tour guides were awesome.
Quite simply the poorest value for money day trip that one can imagine.
I'm a simple Pearson, ham and cheese kind a guy. But my expectations for this trip were high. Food provided was awful, cold, uncovered, swarmed with flies, "horse" back ride was a torture for the animals, tour guide was lovely tho.