Discover our Hispaniola Island and learn how the Dominicans have become the best baseball players in the world. Visit “La Matilde” Cigar Museum, where you will learn the history of Dominican Cigar and see the way they are made, by hand ... More info ›
Discover our Hispaniola Island and learn how the Dominicans have become the best baseball players in the world. Visit “La Matilde” Cigar Museum, where you will learn the history of Dominican Cigar and see the way they are made, by hand. Visit the famous artist village of Altos de Chavon where you can appreciate the Taino exhibit at the Regional Archeological Museum, also an excellent opportunity for shopping. Enjoy an incredible lobster lunch on a riverboat along the famous Chavon River, surrounded by breathtaking landscapes.
This journey across enthralling rural landscapes begins the moment we pick you up at the front of your hotel in Punta Cana and Bayahibe are. An experienced tour guide will show you and other eager visitors at your side every nook and cranny. Our voyage will take us all the way to the city of La Romana. Nothing defines better Dominican culture than baseball; see Francisco A. Micheli Stadium, home to the Toros del Este.
Master craftsmen will show you the proper way of rolling a cigar. Tour a museum with a small cigar factory. Only the finest cigars are manufactured with Dominican tobacco, Montecristo and Romeo and Juliet being among them. Visit an artisan village, and experience the bona fide bohemian lifestyle.
Spectator an amazing replica of a Roman-style amphitheatre. Examine surprising Taino archaeological findings on display at the Regional Archaeological Museum. We will set sail on a riverboat and travel through Chavón River. A gratifying adventure, where dazzling panoramas of an unparalleled tropical paradise come undone before you.
Cast your eyes at them as you devour a delicious grilled lobster lunch. Let the warmth of the tropical sun caress your skin as the waves drift to the cadence of Merengue. Set out on a spiritual pilgrimage to Higüey Basilica, shrine where the Dominican people come to worship their Patron Saint, the Virgin of Altagracia