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Here are your 11 search results for Tours, Attractions & Activities in La Romana Province, Dominican Republic

Mountain Bike Bayahibe tour

Mountain Bike Bayahibe tour - La Romana, Dominican Republic

Duration: 2 to 3 hrs
Location: La Romana, Dominican Republic

From USD
$65.00

The excursion begins in Dominicus, through the main road till you enter to a beautiful trail by the sea that takes us to the small town of Bayahibe. There we will see the beauty of the local nature and cosmopolitan style.
Then we make a visit to the public beach enjoying a beautiful landscape until arriving at Cotubanama Park ... More info ›

The excursion begins in Dominicus, through the main road till you enter to a beautiful trail by the sea that takes us to the small town of Bayahibe. There we will see the beauty of the local nature and cosmopolitan style.
Then we make a visit to the public beach enjoying a beautiful landscape until arriving at Cotubanama Park. There we will walk a beautiful path that takes us to a cave that was used by the Taíno Indians in pre-Columbian times. In the interior of the cave there is a spring of crystalline waters in which we can freshen up.
Then we make a short walk along a path where we can appreciate several plants of our flora and a typical kiln to make coal.
We return to the bicycle and end up leaving the park where our tour ends.  Note: you can select the tour in electric mtb or normal mtb.

Everything starts with the pick up at the hotel and we head to the town Dominicus, which is a place where many foreigners of Italian origin especially live. In Dominicus we will see some local handicraft stalls and, crossing its streets, we arrive at a beautiful sand beach that leads to the village of Bayahíbe with a beautiful view of the sea.
Bayahíbe is an indigenous word. Its meaning is not known with certainty, but with the references that we have we can think that it was linked to the water and possibly to the sea. It might indicate a place on the sea shore where mollusks abounded.
Bayahíbe has remained populated since prehistoric times, which is not surprising due to its privileged location. Fresh freshwater springs, an excellent bay to be used as anchorage, abundance of coral reefs populated by fish, molluscs and crustaceans, the land area with mangroves and areas susceptible of being cultivated.

The first time the Europeans visited the Bayahíbe area was between 14 and 15 September 1494. Christopher Columbus, who came to explore the islands of Cuba and Jamaica, during the course of his second trip to America, decided to recognize the South coast of Hispaniola. On September 14, she arrived at Labanea Island, giving her the name of Catherine in honor of the daughter of the Catholic kings. The next day there is evidence that he arrived on the island Adamanay, to which his traveling companion, Miguel de Cunneo named Bella Savonese, originated the name of Saona, as it is known today.
In the village we can appreciate the crystalline springs with beautiful fish. Then we continue to the public beach and we see an old cemetery dating from the time of discovery. On leaving the village of Bayahibe, we entered the community of "Nuestro Padre Nuestro", which became Cotubanama National Park in honor of the cacique that presided over the cacicazgo de Higüey of which Bayahibe was a part.
In this park we will appreciate the flora and fauna of the place and visit a cave used by the Tainos Indians in pre-Columbian times with some figures drawn by them. Inside the cave there is a beautiful and crystalline spring in which we can refresh ourselves for a moment.

When leaving the cave we will walk along a path to see a coal kiln used by peasants of the place. Then we return to the bicycle to leave the park where the tour ends.

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Historical Santo Domingo Day Trip from Bayahibe

Historical Santo Domingo Day Trip from Bayahibe - La Romana, Dominican Republic

Duration: 8 hours
Location: La Romana, Dominican Republic

From USD
$75.00

Visit the oldest city of the Americas! Come and join us to experience walking through Santo Domingo, where history started in the Americas. Visit the first cathedral of the new world, Diego Columbus Alcazar, the famous Las Damas street, and some other 5th century colonial monuments ... More info ›

Visit the oldest city of the Americas! Come and join us to experience walking through Santo Domingo, where history started in the Americas. Visit the first cathedral of the new world, Diego Columbus Alcazar, the famous Las Damas street, and some other 5th century colonial monuments. You’ll also have panoramic views of the downtown, residential areas, and the National Presidential Palace. Your best shopping option will be at the colorful market. Lunch is included at a typical Dominican restaurant.

Travel from Punta Cana to Santo Domingo is approximately 2.5 hours, depending on how long the group stops midway at the gift shop and to use the restrooms. Visit the oldest city of the New World and Christopher Columbus' first permanent settlement after his "discovery" of the Americas. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage in 1992, Santo Domingo is a city of many firsts in the New World with the first cathedral, paved road, university, hospital, stone home, tavern, etc.

Our first stop in the capital will be at the Three Eyes National Park with underground caves and lagoons used by the Taino Indians (the Dominican Republic's original inhabitants). From there there will be a quick photo stop at the Columbus Lighthouse, built in 1992 on the 500th anniversary of Christopher Columbus' landing in the New World. Next visit is to one of the oldest streets of the Western Hemisphere located in Santo Domingo's Colonial Zone, a 16 square block neighborhood oozing with Dominican history and culture.

The first peek at the Colonial Zone comes at the Columbus Palace. Completed in 1514, it was the home of Christopher Columbus's son, Diego. From the Palace the group will walk through the historic Plaza de Espana and onto Calle Las Damas (the fist paved street of the New World). Our final destination is one of the most important sites in the Dominican Republic: the First Cathedral of the New World.

Lunch will then be served at one of the top Dominican restaurants in Santo Domingo, known for it's excellent home style cooking and typical dance performances by the waiters and waitresses. After lunch, you will get to pass by some of the modern areas of the capital and the National Palace where the Dominican President and the highest level government officials have their offices.

To end the day, you will be able to take some time to visit a spacious gift shop selling nearly every Dominican keepsake imaginable.

With this day trip to Santo Domingo, you'll experience the city's rich history and the daily life of everyday Dominicans in their capital of 3 million inhabitants.

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Saona Island Excursion from Bayahibe

Saona Island Excursion from Bayahibe - La Romana, Dominican Republic

Duration: 7 hours
Location: La Romana, Dominican Republic

From USD
$75.00

Discover Paradise on Saona Island, where white sandy beaches, clear turquoise waters, and countless palm trees provide an unspoiled environment that vacation dreams are made of. You'll take a catamaran or speedboat to get to a beautiful beach, plus stop for a swim in a natural pool ... More info ›

Discover Paradise on Saona Island, where white sandy beaches, clear turquoise waters, and countless palm trees provide an unspoiled environment that vacation dreams are made of. You'll take a catamaran or speedboat to get to a beautiful beach, plus stop for a swim in a natural pool. Lunch and an open bar are included.

After pickup from your Bayahibe hotel, your day tour starts with the drive to the fishing village of Bayahibe, where you'll board a catamaran or speedboat for the ride across the sea to Saona Island.

Spend the morning taking in the natural beauty of this national park, home to pristine beaches and clear Caribbean waters. Participate in activities like volleyball or meringue and salsa dancing, or just relax on a lounge chair on the beach. Souvenir shacks are available if you feel like browsing, and you can grab a refreshing drink at the open bar.

A buffet-style barbecue lunch is served with items like chicken, steamed fish, spaghetti, fried potatoes, salad, white rice, vegetables, tropical fruit, and French bread. The open bar has local drinks, coffee, soft drinks, and water. After about three hours of total time on the island, re-board the boat for the ride back to the mainland, stopping by a 'natural pool' in the sea for a swim. You may also spot starfish in the water during your 1-hour stop here.

When you return to Bayahibe, disembark and board a bus back to your hotel.

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Monkeyland and Plantation Safari from La Romana

Monkeyland and Plantation Safari from La Romana - La Romana, Dominican Republic

Duration: 5 hours 30 minutes
Location: La Romana, Dominican Republic

From USD
$75.00

A guided tour that allows you to interact in close proximity to our beautiful and friendly squirrel monkeys at Monkeyland and visit a typical Dominican house where you will learn more about our culture and way of living.

We begin the tour with the visit of a typical country house to mingle with Dominicans and learn how to live off the land and their organic products. There, have the opportunity to try new exotic Caribbean fruits, roasted coffee and cocoa.
Start the second part of the tour coming to our beautiful botanical garden, where you will learn about native plants and flowers of the island.

The next 45 minutes were occupied for a guided tour that allows you to interact in close proximity to our beautiful and friendly squirrel monkeys at Monkeyland.
These charming and intelligent monkeys have been formed by a Canadian couple with 35 years of experience working with animals, including 12 years at the Toronto Zoo to teaching monkeys to trust and enjoy the company of humans.

This tour is based on 5 acres of a beautiful piece of land that monkeys have made their home.
The monkeys are completely accustomed to human contact.
They come down from the trees to sit on your shoulder and eat from your hands ... More info ›

A guided tour that allows you to interact in close proximity to our beautiful and friendly squirrel monkeys at Monkeyland and visit a typical Dominican house where you will learn more about our culture and way of living.

We begin the tour with the visit of a typical country house to mingle with Dominicans and learn how to live off the land and their organic products. There, have the opportunity to try new exotic Caribbean fruits, roasted coffee and cocoa.
Start the second part of the tour coming to our beautiful botanical garden, where you will learn about native plants and flowers of the island.

The next 45 minutes were occupied for a guided tour that allows you to interact in close proximity to our beautiful and friendly squirrel monkeys at Monkeyland.
These charming and intelligent monkeys have been formed by a Canadian couple with 35 years of experience working with animals, including 12 years at the Toronto Zoo to teaching monkeys to trust and enjoy the company of humans.

This tour is based on 5 acres of a beautiful piece of land that monkeys have made their home.
The monkeys are completely accustomed to human contact.
They come down from the trees to sit on your shoulder and eat from your hands. Beware …. love all things bright and interesting!
Little monkeys loves to pose for the cameras and probably will sit, and if allowed, see themselves in your camera.

Adorable! Come share an unforgettable experience!

Estimated Time Frame:

07:00-08:00 Pick-up directly in hotels. Briefing from our tour guides about transportation safety and the activities programed for the day.
09:00-09:45 Arrival to Typical Countryside House, where the tour guides give an explanation about the coffee, cacao and different fruits.
9:45-10:00 Sample of fresh coffee, chocolate and fruits, and also a chance to purchase local products.
10:00-10:15  Drive to MonkeyLand
10:15-10:30 Walk through the botanical trail in company of a guide identifying variety of plants.
10:30-10:45 Welcome from the Monkey’s mum and dad, the trainers. Receive information about the activity. Time for bathroom.
10:45-10:30 Close encounter with the squirrel monkeys, feeding and observing them acting in their natural habitat.
11:30-11:45 Free time to relax or to brows in our Monkey land souvenir shop.
13:00-14:00 Aproximate arrival time to hotels

Note: The order of the activities might change depending on the operation of the day.

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Full-Day Santo Domingo City Tour from La Romana

Full-Day Santo Domingo City Tour from La Romana - La Romana, Dominican Republic

Duration: 10 hours
Location: La Romana, Dominican Republic

From USD
$85.00

Immerse yourself in the heritage of Santo Domingo on a full-day tour of the capital of the Dominican Republic. Discover the first city of the New World, see the first cathedral of the Americas, stroll down colonial streets, and much more!

Get ready to board a comfortable air-conditioned bus and immerse yourself in Dominican culture and heritage ... More info ›

Immerse yourself in the heritage of Santo Domingo on a full-day tour of the capital of the Dominican Republic. Discover the first city of the New World, see the first cathedral of the Americas, stroll down colonial streets, and much more!

Get ready to board a comfortable air-conditioned bus and immerse yourself in Dominican culture and heritage. On this tour you will rediscover the first city of the new world. Our expert tourist guide will take you over the first city of the Americas, learning historically-relevant facts of this modern-day metropolitan city.

Stroll down the Colonial Zone and observe monuments and museums. Pay homage to the First Cathedral of the Americas, birthplace of a fervent Catholic faith know as the Catedral Metropolitana Santa María de la Encarnación .Stroll down Las Damas Street, the oldest back street not only in the Dominican Republic, but also in all of the Americas, Here you can see the largest amount of monuments in this area. Pass by The Museo de la Casas Reales, formerly the Governmental Palace. A walk across the Alcázar de Colón takes visitors back to the era of the first Spanish conquistadors. The pedestrian street known as Atarazanas was the first commercial street in the Americas. Cool off and take a small break while watching a movie about one of the famous Pirate in a 4D cinema.

On the boardwalk of Santo Domingo you can appreciate the beauty of the Caribbean Sea and some modern buildings such as the Fine Arts Palace, National Theatre, Presidential Palace, and more. A nice lunch of typical Dominican food will be served in a prestigious restaurant.

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Prestige Catamaran Cruise to Catalina Island

Prestige Catamaran Cruise to Catalina Island - La Romana, Dominican Republic

Duration: 8 hours
Location: La Romana, Dominican Republic

From USD
$109.00

Once arriving at Catalina island at around 10am, you will be able to snorkel “the Wall”, where you’ll admire beautiful corals reef. Afterwards you will sail to the other side of the island, to the “aquarium” where you will enjoy a lovely meal on board of the catamaran.

You will board the Quetzal in the morning around 9am and sail for an hour to the island of Catalina ... More info ›

Once arriving at Catalina island at around 10am, you will be able to snorkel “the Wall”, where you’ll admire beautiful corals reef. Afterwards you will sail to the other side of the island, to the “aquarium” where you will enjoy a lovely meal on board of the catamaran.

You will board the Quetzal in the morning around 9am and sail for an hour to the island of Catalina. You will arrive around 10am, where you will be able to snorkel “the Wall,” where you’ll admire beautiful corals.

After lunch you will have time to relax on the beach of Catalina, snorkel and see loads of different kinds of fish. The group will leave around 3pm to sail back towards Bayahibe.

On the way back, the tour will take its time and cruise along the coast of Casa del Campo, where you’ll get explanations from the national guide. You’ll end the day by a cruise up the Chavon River, famously known for its beautiful jungle scenery used in many movies!

The estimated time of arrival in Bayahibe 5:30pm. The tour price includes snorkeling equipment, food and drinks and an English, French and Spanish speaking guide.

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