This experience has adventure stamped all over it. Off-road buggy or safari truck rides, swimming in underground lakes and traditional Taino ceremonies make for an adrenaline-pumping evening from Punta Cuna. What's more, you'll enjoy a Dominican dinner and an open bar followed by live music and dancing around a spectacular bonfire.You'll power through the Dominican countryside, zoom along dirt tracks and watch as the landscape transforms from day to night, without any traffic in sight. Guided by torchlight, you'll continue your journey and take a refreshing swim in a natural, underground pool. And if you choose the safari truck option, you'll also get to visit the eerie depths of Yara Cave.Flames lighting the way, you'll make your way back to camp for a well-earned drink and a delicious dinner of local cuisine. Rounding off the evening is a traditional Taino dance show and the chance to dance around the bonfire or enjoy the open bar, under the stars.
Monkeys aren't the only thing you'll see swinging through the trees on this day out. At Punta Cana's premier primate park, you can fly through the forest canopy too. Head to Monkeyland's spectacular mountain surrounds to spot super-cute squirrel monkeys and then hit the heights for a thrilling 12-wire zipline course.
You'll get a close-up look at the Dominican countryside on this thrilling off-road adventure. Riding a low-slung buggy, you'll drive through winding rural dirt tracks all the way to the famous Domitai Cave Park and visit a typical Dominican home to learn how the locals make cocoa and coffee. There'll be a swim stop at a cave with a natural pool, too.This Terracross safari is geared for mud-splattered, high-octane fun. But that's not all. Your expert local guide will bring you to villages and an organic co-op ranch. Here, you'll learn all about coconut oil, sugarcane, coffee and chocolate as well as the unique Dominican chocolate tea. And you'll get to taste a few of them, too, along with the national tipple, mamajuana.You'll also get to swim in a cenote, too. These rocky sinkholes with clear, fresh water are a joy to swim in. And as Domitai Park is a private venue, there are fewer crowds and vendors than at other cenotes.
If adventure's your thing, then you'll be in for one rip-roaring day with this combo day at La Hacienda. With seven fun and thrilling activities, you won't have chance to get bored. And what's more, there'll be a tasty buffet on hand for when you've built up at appetite. With this tour, you'll enjoy taking part in the following activities:-Buggy ride (40-45 mins)-Horse-back Riding (40-45 minutes)-Safari in 4x4 (40-45 minutes)-Zipline (60-65 minutes)-Quick Jump (5 minutes)-Chairlift (15 minutes)
Whether you're a rum lover, a history nut or simply a fan of fun days out, a trip to the House of Oliver is well worth the visit. They've been producing award-winning rums since 1874, so you'll have the chance to learn about the distillation process and different sugar canes it's made from. And to top off the history lesson there'll be a rum tasting session, too.
Pure relaxation awaits on this full day cruise to Saona Island from Bayahibe. You'll explore a slice of Caribbean paradise, soak up the sun and the views, walk along palm-lined beaches and enjoy a day out surrounded by tropical nature.
It's so exhilarating soaring above the rainforest canopy that you'll barely be able to think about how much fun it is. When you do catch your breath, you'll be able to appreciate the virgin rainforests and natural beauty of the Anamuya Mountains. Instruction and state-of-the-art equipment are also provided on this thrilling treetop adventure.This adrenaline-pumping aerial assault course consists of 15 different platforms with eight different lines of varying heights – the longest zipline is more than 1 km long. Feel the thrill of the clear mountain air ripping at your clothes as you hurtle at high speeds down the mountain slopes. With expert guides and a comprehensive safety briefing before you take to the skies, these are exciting but safe thrills.And if you're a real adrenaline junkies, you might also want to sign up for the Extreme Swing Adventure. It includes the hair-raising Tarzan Jump – not one for the faint-hearted.
Say ‘ahoy' to your next adventure at sea, which sees you embarking on an epic treasure hunt. You'll snorkel with sharks, interact with stingrays at Shark Island, explore the coral reef and brace for possible attacks from rogue pirates. It's a swashbuckling day of action with a few surprises thrown in just off the coast of Punta Cana.Walk the plank to board the Hispañola where it's time to get stuck in and learn the ropes. You'll cast off into the danger-ridden seas to a place where you can snorkel amongst a colourful coral reef before it's time to get down to work.Back on board, a snack and soft drinks are served, while tensions rise within the crew of old pirates. Nevertheless, the hunt must go on, and the ship will soon reach Shark Island. There, a treasure hunt will take you to swim with nurse sharks and interact with stingrays. But beware - rogue pirates may hinder your quest. Prepare for fierce sword fights, stunts and take part in pirate life. You'll celebrate your victory with a party on the way back.
If you like the VIP treatment, you'll absolutely love this Blue Lagoon sailboat tour to Saona Island and Cotubanama National Park. Sailing from Bayahibe, you'll glide over the lagoon's translucent waters, soaking up the sunrays as you nurse a drink from the open bar. Lunch is at an exclusive beach club on Playa Palmilla. In the afternoon, swim among the sea stars. A day of tropical bliss.
Sharky Catamarans are the kings of the Caribbean when it comes to cruises. When you're not enjoying the atmosphere on board, you'll be snorkelling in a coral reef teeming with exotic fish, or wallowing chest-deep in a natural pool as you sip a drink from a floating bar. And to top it all, there's a sizzling barbecue lunch included, too.