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Punta Cana: La Hacienda Park Pure InspirAction Ticket

1. Punta Cana: La Hacienda Park Pure InspirAction Ticket

Visit the expansive La Hacienda Park and enjoy a pickup at your hotel with this Pure InspirAction ticket. Soar over the jungle on speedy ziplines, enjoy a safari through Punta Cana, and feel the thrill of skydiving. Begin your day with a ride to La Hacienda from your hotel. After arriving, jump into whichever of the many activities the park offers piques your fancy. Get an overview of the park by riding the chairlift. Marvel at stunning views of cane plantations, forests, mountains, and the ocean. Stay in the air on the 2km-long zipline course. Zip through 5 courses and reach a dizzying speed of 70 kph. If you prefer, take the plunge with the quick jump. Experience a free-fall through the air and see beautiful scenery with a rush of adrenaline. Animal lovers can explore Punta Cana with a horseback ride. Hop on top of a calm Quarter Mile horse and trot through the forest, seeing the sights up close and personal. Continue discovering the area with a safari through a traditional town. Taste local food, see how coffee beans are dried, and enjoy a cup of coffee and hot cocoa. Discover the trees from which mangoes and soursop grow, species of flora that have been linked to life in the Caribbean since thousands of years ago. Cool off with a self-driven buggy ride through picturesque landscapes. Finish your buggy tour with a refreshing dive in a natural river. Before heading home, stop at the restaurant and enjoy a delicious variety of traditional Dominican dishes. Choose the Private VIP option to enjoy a private transfer from your hotel, access to La Hacienda, the services of a guide and a photographer, drinks and snacks, a lunch buffet, and digital photographs of your time at La Hacienda. The Standard Option includes a group transfer, a lunch buffet, and access to La Hacienda.

From Bayahibe: Half Day Monkeyland Safari

2. From Bayahibe: Half Day Monkeyland Safari

After being picked up from your accommodation in Bayahibe, set off on your safari adventure. Begin the tour with the visit to a typical country house where you can mingle with Dominicans and learn how to live off the land and their organic products. There, have the opportunity to try roasted coffee and cocoa. Then, head over to the beautiful botanical garden, where you will learn about native plants and flowers of the island. For the next 45 minutes, enjoy a guided tour that allows you to interact in close proximity with the beautiful and friendly squirrel monkeys at Monkeyland. These charming and intelligent monkeys have been looked after by a Canadian couple with 35 years of experience working with animals, including 12 years at the Toronto Zoo teaching monkeys to trust and enjoy the company of humans. During the tour, explore 5 acres of a beautiful piece of land that the 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 monkeys love all things bright and interesting! Little monkeys love to pose for the cameras and probably will sit, and if allowed, see themselves in your camera. Adorable! Come share an unforgettable experience!

Buggy Safari, Sugar Plantation and Chavon River Tour

3. Buggy Safari, Sugar Plantation and Chavon River Tour

Enjoy a day packed with exciting activities by joining this fun buggy safari and tour of the Dominican Republic landscape and culture. Allow your guide to let you in on the countryside's hidden secrets and have a delicious lunch as you relax in the middle of the lush jungle. Drive to a locally-owned ranch located in the small village called Benerito. Get a short explanation regarding the safety rules of buggy-riding and start your adventure. Ride across huge sugar cane fields, learn about the sugar industry and even taste some sugar cane. Come across a small village called Batey, where the sugar cane workers live. Go for a swim in the river before discovering a plantation of various tropical species. You'll visit a traditional home to taste local products, such as manioc and plantains. Later on, drive to a nice spot along the river to enjoy a traditional Dominican meal with a panoramic view of the jungle. After lunch, walk to a platform boat for a trip down the river to admire the beauty of the scenery from up close and swim some more if you choose to.

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What people are saying about Bayahibe

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 4 reviews

Pros: - Pick up at the hotel without any problems. The driver and especially the guide had the necessary language skills. (Late pickup after breakfast or short stop for breakfast desirable) - Visiting the monkeys was a lot of fun. Pleasant tour even if the area is manageable. Negative: - Inspection of the typical house is without highlights. Some information is given, but it feels more like a smuggling and wasting of time that one would rather have alone with the animals. - Tasting coffee and cocoa Ok, but the resulting shop expensive. I wonder who can drink coffee for $20 a pound. - long uncomfortable ride. Conclusion: It was important to me to see and interact with monkeys, even if the time was short, everyone made a lot of effort to protect the animals even during the ongoing pandemic and still allow access. Recommendation for all the approx. 90€ p. P. Over have.

The whole tour was great, even the presentation of the plantation was very interesting. The only problem was, that the animal keepers were sometimes to quick when passing families and couples during the “feeding rounds”, so that the monkeys just ran over them and didn’t really stay with them for a chance to make their own photo. We had the feeling that families with children had much more time with the monkeys and other people were basically “skipped” sometimes, such as us. Of course the animal keepers made a few very good pictures too, but sorry guys, 40$ for the whole set (they made 10 of us) or 10$ per picture is way too expensive. Apart from that a wonderful experience with the positive side effect of supporting the locals.

Very nice experience. We not only saw and fed the monkies, as we learned a lot about coffee, coconut oil and cocoa. The views on the way to the monkey land os very beautiful? You can see some of the Dominican life, you can see nature, you can see beauty. U just have to be open for it and embrace it! Our guide (Junior) and driver (Manuel) were equally wonderful. Very kind, funny and helpful. They definitely love their job! Thank you for this experience!

The bus arrived 25 minutes late. We asked for a French guide, we got an English guide. We have seen more cocoa, coffee and coconut than monkeys. Lockers for bags and personal belongings are chargeable ($ 10) !!!! The only positive point is that I saw monkeys