Are you planning to go to the Dominican Republic? We have created a route for you that gives you a great impression of this fantastic Island! find the Dominican Republic Classic Route here.
Day 1 of The Dominican Republic Classic Route.
Start with a couple of days exploring Santo Domingo, hitting the Zona Colonial, the Faro a Colón and the essential Dominican experiences of baseball and dancing to merengue. Book a guided bike tour in the Zona Colonial and hear the best stories of a local tour guide.
Day 2 and 3.
On the 2nd day head to Jarabacoa. Visit the waterfalls in the afternoon, with white-water rafting or canyoning the next day in the morning. Enjoy the amazing views and Caribbean Fresh Air.
Day 4 and 5.
Head north to Cabarete, which has world-class water sports and mountain biking. There are great diving spots and beaches in the nearby Sosúa and Río San Juan – enough to keep you happy for two or three days.
Day 5 and 6.
Next, you’re off to the Península de Samaná. If it’s mid-January to mid-March, go whale watching. Otherwise, take a boat trip to Parque Nacional Los Haitises to see the mangroves and cave paintings, or visit the waterfall near El Limón. Spend another two or three days hiking or boating to the beaches around Las Galeras. For a bit more nightlife, base yourself in Las Terrenas instead.
Day 7 and 8.
Time to relax! we’d recommend you to go for the popular Bávaro and Punta Cana Region. Stay here in a luxury all-inclusive hotel and enjoy the wonderful service and great food.
Day 9 and 10.
Time to Return from Punta Cana to Santo Domingo. While on the way back make a stop at the famous Taíno Caves with wall paintings of thousand years old. Stay the Night in the luxury Casa de Campo Resort and move the next day on to Santo Domingo. With The Dominican Republic Classic Route you’ll get a perfect overview of what this beautiful country has to offer.