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Une expérience de sensations fortes en plein air qui ne manquera pas de faire plaisir à toute la famille, c’est au Bavaro Adventure Park, situé près des hôtels de Punta Cana. En fonction du forfait à la journée que vous sélectionnez, profitez d'un accès à trois, cinq ou à un nombre illimité d’attractions du parc. Filez comme une flèche le long des parcours en tyrolienne, bondissez sur les cordes d’un bateau pirate et volez au-dessus de la jungle avec vos amis sur le simulateur de vol. À Dino World, des animatroniques redonnent vie à des créatures disparues. Dévalez la colline dans une gigantesque bulle en plastique et explorez le parc sur un VTT, un BMX ou un Segway.
This place is a must and fun for people for all ages! The staff was very helpful and professional. There are so many different activities to do so plan for a full day. I would recommend for you to have the local travel agent call to confirm when you reach your resort or hotel, I had trouble getting in touched with them to confirm my pickup location the number listed did not work.
This was pricey but still a great day. We did 5 activities and it took us about 4 hours, the off road segways was the best one by far, we had never used them before and it was easy to learn and lots of fun. We then did the mountain biking, the bikes were in pretty rough shape due to all the humidity but was still a good time, not very challenging if you are really into mountain biking. It was biking along the sandy/rocky trailers, they even took us out of the park so we could bike in the trash of the Dominican. Literally. We bike along a side road past some homes and just like everywhere else in Punta Cana the sides of the road were littered in trash. I could have done without that section of the bike tour. We then did the zorbing which was short but crazy fun. Couldn't help but squeal in excitement as we tumbled down the hill. Props to the natives that work there as their job was to run the ball back up the hill, hard work in 30 degree weather, be sure to tip them good! We then went to the climbing garden which is not for the weak. Most of the people quit after doing only a few rope bridges, my husband and I continued on till we got to the midway section. It is another natural stopping point, we had done a short zipline down then to carry on to the advanced course you had to climb up a 15 foot rope. If you can hoist your body up that far with your arms then you are good to go. If you can't climb the rope that is the end of the activity for you. I barely made it up, my husband who had surgery on his arm 8 months ago did not. By the time I crossed two more bridges my hands were aching and blisters starting to form so I decided that was enough for me. I enjoy those types of activities but blisters on a holiday are not my thing. Lastly we moved on to the bungee trampoline which was super fun except by this time my hands hurt so bad from the climbing garden it was tiring to hold on to the bungee cables. I did a few back flips then I was done. My husband did not enjoy bit the harness was painful in his special region so he did not stay on long either. We did hustle through the park so we made the 1 pm return bus, otherwise we would have had to wait till 4. We did not stop in at their natural pool, it was just a simple swimming area with some lounge chairs, the hotel was a better place to swim. All in all, a great activity.