• Tour code: 2476PUJSIDE
  • Location: Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
  • Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes (approx.)

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Enjoy the thrill of off-road travel on this eco-adventure through Punta Cana’s backcountry in a 4x4 buggy. Make your way through the rugged terrain of Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park, over natural trails and past glistening freshwater lagoons. Take a dip in Playa Blanca and enjoy utter relaxation as part of this morning or afternoon eco-adventure tour. Your trip includes choice of one or two person buggies. 

Highlights

  • Half-day 4x4 buggy eco-tour in Punta Cana
  • Drive your own Club Car 4x4 buggy off-road at Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park and Reserve
  • Follow your experienced guide over interpretive trails within the nature reserve
  • Relax at the pristine beach of Playa Blanca
  • Swim in one of 12 freshwater lagoons maintained by the Ecological Foundation
  • Learn about the iguanas and other wildlife in this protected habitat
  • Bottled water, soft drinks and round-trip transport included

What You Can Expect

Punta Cana 4x4 Buggy Eco-Adventure at Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park

Dune buggy in Punta Cana

Your local guide will join you at your Punta Cana hotel and transport you in air-conditioned comfort to Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park and Reserve. This protected 1,500-acre (600-hectare) park is owned and maintained by the Punta Cana Ecological Foundation. You’ll learn about preservation efforts, scientific research and unique ecosystems this park is famous for from your knowledgeable guide. 

Sit back for an informative safety briefing before getting behind the wheel of your zero-emissions electric buggy. Opt for a one or two person ride and follow your guide through tropical landscapes until you reach Playa Blanca—an unspoiled white sand beach.

Enjoy some leisure time to swim in the clear waters or soak up the sun with an ice-cold soda or bottled water. Then follow rugged trails through the reserve as you make your way to the 12 freshwater lagoons where you’ll find reptiles, colorful birds and other indigenous animals. Learn about the culture and history of this island nation as you tour the petting zoo, sugarcane gallery and iguana habitat located here.  Then slip into the refreshing waters of the local lagoon and learn about the Taino Indians who once lived here. Take your time to relax in this majestic setting before returning to your hotel after a day of fun. 


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