• Location: Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
  • Duration: 4 hours (approx.)
From USD $ 65.00 View price calendar

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Discover the 'real' Dominican Republic on this 4-hour cultural safari from Punta Cana. With your local guide, journey out into the yucca, pineapple and sugar cane plantations that cover most of the island's countryside. Learn about the culture and history of the people and land through your guide's engaging commentary. Stroll through a butterfly garden, visit a typical Dominican countryside home and stop at a local school near the town of Higuey. Spend some time enjoying the surf and sand of Macao Beach and try your hand at boogie boarding. Round-trip transportation from Punta Cana hotels is included.


  • See the 'real' Domnican Republic during a cultural safari from Punta Cana
  • Learn about the culture and history of the country and its people through your guide's commentary
  • Drive through yucca, pineapple and sugar plantations
  • Visit a local school and a typical country home
  • End the tour at Macao Beach to relax or go boogie boarding

What You Can Expect

Dominican Republic Cultural Safari from Punta Cana

Visit Macao Beach!

Customer Reviews


4 star rating: Recommended January 2017

2 Problems Listed- My husband is very hard to please and he enjoyed it. We both did. It's a perfect trip for seniors, children, as well as other age groups.What we did not like was that because we were in a Punta Cana hotel that was furthest from the first stop of the trip we were picked up at 7:30a.m. in the morning. We tried to get an afternoon booking but we were told that did not exist on any day. It was a half day trip and we returned about 2:00p.m.last stop in the afternoon. I'm sure no one would have minded had we returned one hour later.
It was extremely windy and chilly when we left riding on an open truck. I felt very uncomfortable it was a very unpleasant ride. After about 15 minutes I was able to get the attention of the tour guide who pulled down the front plastic covering. This improved the situation but they should have known about the weather conditions and how it affected their passengers.

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