Discover the first seat of the Spanish colonial government in the New World on this tour of Santo Domingo. Perfect for families!
- Adult Ages 13+
- Child Ages 3-12
- Infant Ages 2 and Under
- Family Combo Includes 2 Adults and 2 Children ages 12 or Younger
Enjoy a Multi-Day Tour of Samaná
If you want to truly immerse yourself in the Dominican Republic, you don’t want to miss this three-day experience! Samaná Peninsula is one of the most spectacular and magical destinations in the Dominican Republic. The towns of our northeast coast are characterized by their unsurpassed beauty and have some of the best-hidden beaches among the 1,000 miles of coast that make up the country. The beaches of the Peninsula have fine sand and are bathed in turquoise waters, but that is only one part of everything you can discover in Samaná!
Samaná and the nearby towns of Las Terrenas and Las Galeras are known for their fascinating ecotourism and nature-related activities such as ziplining, diving, horseback riding, and hiking through green mountains and majestic waterfalls. We hope you have the opportunity to meet our other visitors: the 3,000 to 5,000 humpback whales that migrate each year to the Marine Mammal Sanctuary of the Dominican Republic in Samaná Bay, between January and March!
This community fascinates its visitors with restaurants that offer the authentic flavors of Dominican gastronomic culture, its vibrant nightlife, and cozy hotels that make travelers feel at home. The natural beauty of the mountains, national parks, and waterfalls await you!
Please note we require a minimum of four people to enjoy this experience and will contact you directly to arrange pick-up instructions.
- Accommodation for two nights
- Destination guides
- Video footage
- Visit Samaná Bay
- Visit Boca del Diablo
- Visit a typical house in the mountains
- Visit Cascada del Limón (horse riding route)
- Visit Lulu Waterfall
- Visit Malecon de Samaná
- Visit Playa Bonita
- Visit Playa el Valle
- Visit Punta Popy Beach
- Visit Rincon Beach
- Visit Village of Las Terrenas
- Visit Samaná Town