Private fishing charters CANA 32' from Punta Cana
Take part in this private and exciting Punta Cana fishing adventure with your family on the ultimate fishing machine Luhrs 32' Open.
Punta Cana private fishing charter on a 39-foot boat
Enjoy a private deep-sea Caribbean fishing trip with your family and friends on a modern fishing boat, Sherlock 39 feet, equipped with top-class fishing equipment.
Punta Cana offshore deep-sea fishing charter
Enjoy a deep-sea fishing experience in this private and exciting Punta Cana fishing adventure with your family on a spacious, beautiful, modern 37-foot motor yacht.
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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For a totally different perspective of the Dominican Republic, this helicopter ride is the way to go. You'll enjoy an incredible bird's-eye view of the tropical landscapes below as your pilot flies over resorts and white sandy beaches.During your round-trip helicopter ride, you'll soar over the shores of the spectacular Macao Beach in Punta Cana, home to some of the most luxurious hotel resorts, and the Bavaro region. You'll enjoy a bird's-eye view of miles and miles of pristine beaches and tropical palm trees.You'll be able to listen in on a two-way headset to a commentary on the highlights, landmarks and sights down below. There's even an option to charter the helicopter for yourself and create your own flight itinerary to include the sights you want to see.
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Sunset Tour by Horse in the Anamuya Mountains with Ranch Dinner
Sunset on the Dominican Republic doesn't come more atmospheric than sitting on a horse at the top of a mountain. This evening ride also comes with dinner down at the ranch and a few fun surprises thrown in, too. You'll round it off with a cigar and brandy on one of the rocking chairs overlooking the land.
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Sharky Catamarans are the kings of the Caribbean when it comes to private boat rides. You'll sail to a coral reef to snorkel with thousands of exotic fish. Then, wallow chest-deep in a natural pool as you sip on a refreshing drink from the bar. And to top it all, a sizzling barbecue or seafood lunch is served from a floating kitchen.
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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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Monkeyland Safari and Countryside Home Visit
Family adventures are what holidays are all about – and this one has the whole clan covered. First up is a trip to Monkeyland – home to hundreds of chattering squirrel monkeys – for some fun in the jungle. Spot these friendly creatures frolicking in the trees, before time to interact and feed them. Then, you'll head to a countryside home to learn how life was like yesteryear.
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Terracross Tour of the Countryside from Punta Cana
There are few better ways to see the unspoilt Dominican countryside than a Terracross safari. You'll drive through winding rural dirt tracks through plantations all the way to the famous Domitai Cave Park and a replica Taino village. Luis, one of our local guides, says, ‘We are the world's largest producer of organic, fair trade cocoa. Around half of our cocoa is made into the finest chocolate you can buy. So, trying traditional cocoa products in a Dominican farm is a real treat, even if you don't have a sweet tooth.'Kick off with some mud-splattered, high-octane fun as you ride cross-country to a cenote cave for a swim in the Domitai Cave Park. These sinkholes with clear, fresh water are perfect for a cooling dip. As it's a private venue, there are fewer crowds and vendors than at other cenotes. You'll also get to savour some local specialities such as empanadas and pineapple wine. Next, drop by a recreated Taino village – they were the aborigines who lived on the island before Columbus arrived – where you'll observe a folkloric show.Plus, you'll learn all about the production of local crops which are so critical to the local economy – coconut oil, sugarcane, coffee and chocolate as well as the unique Dominican chocolate tea. During your visit you'll have the chance to try some of these local products, along with the national tipple, mamajuana. Overall, a great close-up view of the Dominican countryside and local culture – on a thrilling Terracross safari.
Saona Blue Lagoon Sailboat Cruise with Beach Club
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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Punta Cana Mountain Safari Tour with Party Boat Cruise
Double up on both land and sea adventures with this exhilarating full-day tour. It's an early morning start as you jump on a safari truck and set off exploring sugar cane plantations, rural schools and more. Stop for a walk around Higuey before spending the afternoon sailing along the Bavaro coast onboard a party boat, where dancing and swim stops come as standard.
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