Air US$285


An unforgettable journey

Come join us in the most exciting encounter that the Dominican Republic’s nature and indigenous culture have to offer!

The journey begins at the Muelle de Caño Hondo, where a speedboat will take us across the majestic forest called “Mangrove Swamps”: part of the National Park Los Haitises. With its caves, keys, mogotes, sanctuary of endemic birds, three ecosystems, and marshes make this ecological paradise the perfect place for a photoshoot.

This ecological park contains a large amount of underground bodies of water: 100 to 150 rivers that cross each other forming a mixture of fresh and salty water where crabs, oysters, carps, river shrimp, and even the “Manatee” or marine elephant call Home. Its luxuriant vegetation will take us along a walk through different caves where the Pirates of the Caribbean used to hide their treasures. After this unforgettable journey, we will go towards the Paraiso Caño Hondo. In this earthly paradise, we will enjoy an exquisite Dominican lunch buffet, afterwards we will head towards Bacardi Island A.K.A Cayo Levantado. Here you will be able to enjoy an excellent day at the beach.
The tour includes:

    Ground transportation
    Drinks (Water and Sodas)
    Authorized guides that speak your language
    Safe boat transportation
    Visit to Cayo Levantado Island
    Lunch Buffet
    Visit and entrance fee to Los Haitises Park

Tour itinerary:

    Pick up of passengers from the Hotels in Bavaro (Buses).
    Higüey, El Seybo, and Hato Mayor
    Typical/classical house of the Johnsons
    Sabana de la Mar
    Boarding at Muelle Caño Hondo (Boats)
    Tropical forest with its Mangrove swamps and Marshes
    Bay of San Lorenzo
    National Park Los Haitises
    Cuevas del parque (Cueva de la Linea, Cueva de la Arena)
    Old Wharf of the Ferrocarril
    Cayo Levantado (Bacardi Island)
    Lunch Buffet
    Return to the hotels


    Approximate Collection time: Will be advised on your ticket
    Approximate return time: Will be advised on your ticket
    Length of tour: Approximately 10 Hours
    Days of Operation: Daily



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