Dominican Republic: See & Do Almost it ALL in 6 Days, 1st Class Traveling

Dominican Republic: See & Do Almost it ALL in 6 Days, 1st Class Traveling

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Dominican Republic: See & Do Almost it ALL in 6 Days, 1st Class Traveling

6 Days Starting in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic and ending in Saona Island, 23000, Dominican Republic

Visiting:

Punta Cana

,

La Romana

,

Santo Domingo

,

Los Haitises National Park

,

Saona Island

Tour operator:

CharlieTheTraveler

Physical rating:

Low

Special diets catered:

Dietary Options Available

Activities:

Tour code:

175433

Group size:

1 - 6

Age range:

18-80

Tour operated in:

English

Interests:

Recommended For:

Private Available:

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Tour Overview

You absolutely will not find another tour out there as packed with activities and attractions as this one, provided by CharlieTheTraveler. You will also not find another tour out there that offers it all "FIRST CLASS," yet for a relatively low price. We have thousands of travelers taking this specific tour every year-and that's because no competitor can beat us on quality, price and substance. Below are just some examples of what you will see and do on this tour: ? Catamaran Rides to Unspoiled Islands ? Open Bars on Speedboats & on Exotic Beaches ? A Tour Guide & Driver in Colonial Santo Domingo ? Visiting an Italianate-Looking Village ? Lunch Buffets & Delicious Food ? Rich Culture And Much, Much More…

Highlights

  • Catamaran Rides to Unspoiled Islands

  • Open Bars on Speedboats & on Exotic Beaches

  • A Tour Guide & Driver in Colonial Santo Domingo

  • Visiting an Italianate-Looking Village

  • Lunch Buffets & Delicious Food

  • Rich Culture

  • And Much, Much More…

Places You'll See

Dominican Republic: See & Do Almost it ALL in 6 Days, 1st Class Traveling

Dominican Republic: See & Do Almost it ALL in 6 Days, 1st Class Traveling

Dominican Republic: See & Do Almost it ALL in 6 Days, 1st Class Traveling

Dominican Republic: See & Do Almost it ALL in 6 Days, 1st Class Traveling

Dominican Republic: See & Do Almost it ALL in 6 Days, 1st Class Traveling

Dominican Republic: See & Do Almost it ALL in 6 Days, 1st Class Traveling

Dominican Republic: See & Do Almost it ALL in 6 Days, 1st Class Traveling

Dominican Republic: See & Do Almost it ALL in 6 Days, 1st Class Traveling

Dominican Republic: See & Do Almost it ALL in 6 Days, 1st Class Traveling

Dominican Republic: See & Do Almost it ALL in 6 Days, 1st Class Traveling

Itinerary

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icon Day 1: Arriving into the Dominican Republic’s Showcase Resort
Location:

  Punta Cana


We start our trip to the Dominican Republic in Punta Cana. This is also where we are based for the entire duration of our tour. It is from here we make daily excursions, which are packed with culture and excitement. Today we pick you up from the airport and take you to your hotel. Let's check out Bavaro. It is the most popular white-sand beach in the Punta Cana area.

icon Day 2: An Open Bar on & Catamaran Ride to Catalina Island as Well as Visiting a Mediterranean-Style Village
Location:

  La Romana


We are taken this morning to a dock near to La Romana. There we take the catamaran departure to Catalina Island. Lunch is included today, as is an open bar once on Catalina Island. The island offers a diverse preservation of ecosystems, including sand dunes, mangroves and reefs. Formed out of coral stone, the island contains three overlapping plateaus. The seas around the island are rich in wildlife, with many species of birds and tropical marine fish. Catalina Island is especially popular for snorkeling.

Once we have returned to the dock near to La Romana, we are taken to Altos de Chavon. At this recreated Mediterranean style village located atop the Chavon River, we are provided with a guided tour. Altos de Chavon hosts a cultural center, an archeological museum and an amphitheater.

icon Day 3: The Caribbean's Most Underrated City, Colonial Santo Domingo
Location:

  Santo Domingo


Today we visit the oldest permanent European settlement of the New World, Santo Domingo. There we are provided with a guided tour. The colonial zone is an architectural gem that truly feels detached from the rest of the city. Think of attractive Spanish era squares, monuments and parks, shirtless men playing dominoes, good food, exciting music (not least bachata and meringue) and an amazing nightlife scene.

The Old Town (a.k.a. Zona Colonial) has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is an important section of the city due to the high number of landmarks, including the residence of Alcázar de Colón, Fortaleza Ozama Castle and Primada de America Cathedral. Although the Old Town deserves most of our time, the outer areas of Gazcue and the Malecon are worth exploring too. All in all, the capital of the Dominican Republic is arguably one of the region’s most underrated destinations.

icon Day 4: A Protected Virgin Forest, Riding Through Mangroves & Another Open Bar
Location:

  Los Haitises National Park


Today we are taken to Los Haitises National Park. There we take a boat through mangroves as well as swim at the beautiful Punta Arena beach. Lunch is included today, as is an open bar. Los Haitises National Park is a protected virgin forest with little road access. The number of tourists allowed is limited, but since 2000, it has been a relatively popular destination for ecotourism. There is a multitude of caverns created by water erosion.

icon Day 5: Another Open Bar on the Country's Most Popular Yet "Deserted" Island
Location:

  Saona Island


We take a morning catamaran or speedboat departure to Saona Island. Lunch and an open bar on the island are included today. Saona Island is a popular destination for tourists from all over the Dominican Republic, who arrive daily in fleets of catamarans and small motorboats. Saona is known for its beaches and has been used on a number of occasions by filmmakers and advertisers looking for a stereotypical "deserted island" setting for their film or product.

icon Day 6: Our Tour Ends This Morning
Location:

  Punta Cana


This is the end of our tour of the Dominican Republic. Transportation will be arranged for you to reach the airport in Punta Cana.

Note that if you have extra time, we can arrange a private tour for you to the beach of Playa Bahia de Las Aguilas. It is in the southwest area of the country. Also worth visiting is the Samaná Peninsula in the north, specifically the beaches of Playa Rincon, Playa Fronton and Playa Galeras as well as El Limón Waterfall. The reason why these worthwhile destinations are not included in our itinerary is because they are all difficult to reach. Again, however, can we make private arrangements for you upon request.

What's Included

  • Accommodation

    For this tour, you would be staying the whole time in Punta Cana. It is always from there you would make daily excursions. We most commonly have our customers stay at Occidental Caribe or El Embajador or Melia Caribe. Keep Note this is subject to availability. This tour includes lodging for 1 night. However, upon request, we can book accommodation for you for all nights at an establishment which meets your needs. For years, we automatically included 5-star hotels in our travel packages. In the interest of our customers, we ultimately decided to reduce the price of our tours and encourage specifically those with higher expectations to simply request room upgrades. Why? Some of our customers want simple and clean but ultimately cheap rooms. Some of our customers want 4-star hotels and are willing to pay more. Others want nothing short of 5-star extravagance. There isn’t a way to uphold ONE standard for hotels in our travel packages considering everyone has a different budget. What we CAN uphold are the standard and quality of our tours, all of which offer nothing short of a first-class experience. Again, upon request, we can upgrade your room type for the night included as well as book lodging for all nights on this tour. Let us know and we will provide you with pricing options.

  • Fully Guided

    Our tour guides/drivers are licensed, speak English and know how to bring excitement to your day. What we deliver is the complete opposite of the cookie-cutting tours the big corporations offer, leaving you in complete boredom. Although our tour guides/drivers are attentive, accommodating and engaged, they also know when to give you your private space and free time. It's a perfect balance.

  • Meals – Half Board

    CharlieTheTraveler runs over 20 tours at this current time. Our meal inclusions and exclusions are pretty much the same for each tour. Breakfast and dinner are not included. Lunches are included specifically when making a daytrip via boat. Otherwise, they are not. We are very picky about food and refuse to accept anything short of quality. We do our best to ensure you are being offered healthy and tasty local cuisine.

  • Transport

    We take care of almost all of your transportation needs once you are on the tour.

  • Optional

    Although virtually all activities on this multi-day tour are shared with other travelers, we can at least make the land tours (exploring the city of Santo Domingo and the village of Altos de Chavon) completely private, per your request.

What's Not Included

  • Flights

    International flights are not included in the price.

    However, we would be happy to assist you in finding airfare upon request.

  • Insurance

    Please get your own travel insurance.

    We do not offer any insurance.

  • Alcohol

  • Travel Visa

    (only applicable to citizens of certain countries)

Reviews

I don’t think there’s enough positive things to say about my experience with CharlieTheTraveler.

I don’t think there’s enough positive things to say about my experience with CharlieTheTraveler. I booked this Dominican Republic trip to take on my own. This trip was perfect for ....more

I don’t think there’s enough positive things to say about my experience with CharlieTheTraveler.

I booked this Dominican Republic trip to take on my own.

This trip was perfect for a single traveler.

I never worried about being alone, as I traveled with the group at every site.

Our tour guide’s knowledge of the area made me feel secure knowing that I was in good hands.

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Carl Foster

01-Aug-2021

It was an easy choice to book a trip to the Dominican Republic through CharlieTheTraveler

It was an easy choice to book a trip to the Dominican Republic through CharlieTheTraveler. They have plenty of positive reviews that made me feel confident that I would have ....more

It was an easy choice to book a trip to the Dominican Republic through CharlieTheTraveler.

They have plenty of positive reviews that made me feel confident that I would have a great trip.

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Ronald Olson

31-Aug-2021

The tour operator is very responsive to requests.

This is a good opportunity to see DR'S beaches and water plus a day tour of the historic capital city. Unfortunately weather canceled the excursion to the coffee plantation and ....more

This is a good opportunity to see DR'S beaches and water plus a day tour of the historic capital city.

Unfortunately weather canceled the excursion to the coffee plantation and park.

The tour operator is very responsive to requests.

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Michael Ardovino

01-Sep-2021

CharlieTheTraveler exceeded my expectations of this trip in so many ways.

I wanted to go to the Dominican Republic for a getaway filled with exploring and sightseeing. CharlieTheTraveler exceeded my expectations of this trip in so many ways. The accommodations were ....more

I wanted to go to the Dominican Republic for a getaway filled with exploring and sightseeing.

CharlieTheTraveler exceeded my expectations of this trip in so many ways.

The accommodations were truly first class and the tour guide provided was very charismatic.

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Carol Ackerman

01-Sep-2021

I had read positive reviews about CharlieTheTraveler’s trips, so I felt safe booking my Dominican Republic trip through them.

I had read positive reviews about CharlieTheTraveler’s trips, so I felt safe booking my Dominican Republic trip through them. The trip held up to all the reviews, as I had ....more

I had read positive reviews about CharlieTheTraveler’s trips, so I felt safe booking my Dominican Republic trip through them.

The trip held up to all the reviews, as I had a great experience.

The activities were fun and filled my day and our tour guide made me feel welcomed.

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01-Jul-2021

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Dominican Republic: See & Do Almost it ALL in 6 Days, 1st Class Traveling

6 Days Starting in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic and ending in Saona Island, 23000, Dominican Republic

Visiting:

Punta Cana

,

La Romana

,

Santo Domingo

,

Los Haitises National Park

,

Saona Island

Tour operator:

CharlieTheTraveler

Physical rating:

Low

Special diets catered:

Dietary Options Available

Activities:

Tour code:

175433

Group size:

1 - 6

Age range:

18-80

Tour operated in:

English

Interests:

Recommended For:

Private Available:

Request A Private Tour

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