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.
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Party the night away at Punta Cana's legendary Coco Bongo nightclub, where a Vegas-style extravaganza awaits. With unlimited drinks and a four-hour show featuring dancers, performers, acrobats and singers you'll be swept away by Coco Bongo's dazzling nighttime atmosphere. There are four options to choose from – Drink Package, Regular entrance, Gold Member and Front Row.The fun starts as soon as you're dropped off at Coco Bongo, famed for its glittering performances and music that's sure to keep you on the dancefloor. Once the lights are dimmed, the show truly gets started with confetti falling from the sky and tribute acts taking to the stage bringing the best of Madonna, Michael Jackson and Beyoncé to you.Dancers re-enact famous scenes from Phantom of the Opera, Chicago and many more Broadway favourites, and acrobats swoop and spin above you. And with an open bar, you'll have free-flowing drinks all night long until it's time to be whisked back to your hotel after a show to remember. Choose your package:Drink Pack – 5 locally branded drinksRegular Entrance – Unlimited locally branded drinks Premium Entrance – Unlimited premium drinksGold Member – Separate fast-track Gold Member entrance, reserved seating, unlimited premium drinks Front Row – Separate fast-track Gold Member Entrance, reserved Front Row in a limited capacity seating area with personalised service, unlimited premium drinks
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Pure relaxation awaits on this trip to Saona Island. It's an Insta picture-perfect paradise – covered in exotic flora, with softly swaying palm trees, powder white sands and clear waters. What's more, lunch and drinks are included and there's an exclusive beach area reserved just for you.
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Put a big tick on the bucket list with a visit to Dolphin Explorer Park. You'll get to interact or swim with dolphins. And with a range of experiences to choose from, you decide just how close you'll get to the world's friendliest sea creatures.
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This experience has adventure stamped all over it. Off-road buggy or safari truck rides, traditional Taino ceremonies and swimming in underground pools make for an adrenaline-pumping evening from Punta Cana. Juan, one of our local guides, says ‘Caves and cenotes played an important role in the indigenous Taino culture. Despite looking so tempting with their cool aquamarine water, the Taino people never swam in the cenotes or used the water because of their belief that they were a gateway to the underworld.' Plus, you'll enjoy a Dominican dinner and an open bar followed by live music and dancing around a bonfire.To kick off your all-action evening, you'll power through the Dominican countryside, zoom along dirt tracks and watch as the landscape transforms from day to night. Guided by torchlight, you'll continue your journey to take a swim in a natural cave pool, known as a cenote, with atmospheric lighting. And if you choose the safari truck option, you'll also get to visit the eerie depths of Yara Cave.With flaming torches lighting the way, you'll make your way back to base for a well-earned drink and a tasty dinner of local cuisine. The restaurant staff pride themselves on creating classic Dominican dishes, freshly prepared with seasonal produce from the island. Rounding off the evening is a traditional Taino dance show and the chance to join in with a boogie around the bonfire or enjoy the open bar under the stars.
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Thrill-seekers of all ages will love Scape Park's main attraction – adventure in nature. You can choose a whole host of activities throughout the day. But one thing that's guaranteed is adrenaline-pumping action in some seriously impressive surroundings.All family members are taken care of, too, with a wide range of things to do – so all you need to bring along is your sense of adventure. Kick off the fun with a high-flying zip-line experience and then cool off at the famous Hoyo Azul.If you're looking for even more action, then you can explore the impressive Iguabonita Cave, swim in a cenote, or even drive your own off-road buggy – there's no end to the fun at Scape Park.Your options include the following activities:Scape Park Full Day: Zipline Eco Splash, Saltos Azules, Cave Expedition and swim, Cultural Route, Animalarium and Hoyo Azul Cave TourScape Park Full Day Special: Enjoy the same activities included in Scape Park full day, plus a 45-minute off-road buggy driving experience. Minimum age is 13 for this option
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This wild buggy ride through the Dominican countryside makes for a morning of adrenaline-pumping adventure. As well as rumbling through rustic villages, you'll visit an organic farm and cool off with a swim in a cenote. There's no better way to put a bit of oomph into your holidays.After pick-up, we'll head to a ranch for a safety briefing and the lowdown on Terracross buggies. Don your helmet, put on your belt and give it some welly. You'll zoom across the backwoods to the co-op farm. Your guide will tell you about and let you try traditional Dominican products such as coconut oil, chocolate tea, tobacco, rum, cocoa and, of course, the world-famous coffee.Buggy driving can be a messy business, so you'll round up with a chance to freshen up with a swim in a cenote – a natural spring of crystal clear water.
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. 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. 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.
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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.
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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.
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For a real taste of Caribbean culture, look no further than this full day bus tour around the Dominican Republic. You'll visit remote villages while learning all about local produce and history.The adventure kicks off as your guide regales you with the history of the island while we journey through cattle grazing lands and rice fields. You'll drive by a typical rural school, on route to tour some of the island's coffee, cocoa and sugar cane plantations.Head on to Higuey, and you'll see the famous Altagracia Basilica – a pilgrimage site because of its miraculous image of Our Lady – before a wander around the bustling market. Check out the views of the Cordillera Oriental mountains before we round off with a beach stop and lunch in a local restaurant. There's also the option of a half-day tour that packs in plenty of fun highlights, but skips lunch and Altagracia Basilica.
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Leaving nothing but a trail of hoof prints behind you, you'll trot, canter and gallop your way through forest and palm-fringed beaches on this horseback ride. You'll have the chance to experience the Dominican Republic's landscape exactly the way nature intended.From the hotel, you'll soon arrive at a traditional ranch where you'll be given all the gear you need and paired up with a horse. Then, into the stirrups and up onto the saddle, you'll set off through untouched countryside with only peace and tranquillity around you.You'll take the reins through forest trails, darting in and out of shaded spots and looking out for wildlife as we go, until we arrive at the mouth of the River Maimon – a protected area. You'll then canter past sugar-white beaches before reaching the ranch once again.
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