Surprisingly, Dominican Republic is not only about tranquility of white sand beaches and turquoise water of Atlantic and Caribbean. It’s much more to do out there! The fans of active and extreme tourism would have tons of fun things to do as well. Jarabacoa is a unique part of the island surrounded by rainforest and mountain rivers representing unique ecosystem and known for everlasting spring like weather.
Well, the Enriquillo Lake is indeed the most incredible place of Dominican Republic. This relic salty lake is 3 times saltier than the world ocean. It is also a natural habitat for the American crocodile which is the only predator in the island among with native iguanas that live in the coastal area.
The Republic of Haiti is a small commonwealth located in western part of Hispaniola Island. A former French colony shares the isle with Dominican Republic usually made the relationship between them quite complicated. Indeed, two countries could be referred to as a 2 faces of one island.
The Voodoo involves mystery, fear and deep mystical experience. In fact, Voodoo dolls, zombies and scenes that include blood are all created by Hollywood movie makers. You would have an exclusive opportunity to see Voodoo ceremony that incredibly combines the elements of African believes and catholic traditions. Personal consultation from Shaman is available for those who are not afraid to look into one’s destiny.
In 2012 famous “ Travel and Recreation” magazine has mentioned Casa del Campo in Dominican Republic as a best vacation destination in the world. Indeed, this exclusive resort with a best golf course in Caribbean includes a highly renowned “Dogs teeth” course that has been professionally designed by one of the best golf player named Peter Dayem which made Casa del Campo one of the biggest highlight of Caribbean.
Always travelling VIP class? Then a relaxing day spent in Caribbean onboard of stunning yacht, swimming at magnificent beaches of Saona Island or snorkeling by the coast of Catalina isle is definitely your way to go! Swimming with starfish in a natural pool, clear white sand of Saona Island and coral reef of Catalina Island are just the short list of activities you might get involved in.
A Ilha de Saona é de fato a pérola do Caribe: com praias de areias brancas, águas claras, cristalinas, de um azul turquesa impressionante, céu azul brilhante, opulentos palmeirais... A natureza exuberante da ilha simplesmente “espanta” pelos seus contrastes marcantes de cores. Realmente parece que você está em um comercial de uma ilha tropical, de tamanha perfeição!
Who wasn’t keen on reading the romans about Caribbean pirates back in a childhood? In our imagination we had white beaches, glittering turquoise water, tender sand, coconut palms leaning to the sea and sails of leaving ship far in a sea-line
Durante vários séculos a Península de Samaná foi praticamente separada da ilha La Española (e depois da República Dominicana também). A distância da capital, as montanhas inacessíveis, os bosques intransitáveis... tudo isto tornou Samaná um refúgio interessante para piratas franceses e ingleses. E graças a este isolamento, sua beleza original foi preservada até agora.
Peninsula of Samana have been cut from Hispaniola (and subsequently from Dominican Republic too) for several ages. Being far away from the Capital, inaccessible mountains and deep rainforests have made Samana a favorite shelter for French and English freebooters.
Samana region is a perfect destination for the fans of eco-tourism: unique national park called “Los Haitises” with mangroves, picturesque isles and caves with ancient painting of Taino Indians. By choosing this excursion you'll be able to observe these sights from the ground as well as from the sky.
In order to really explore and feel the enchantment of Samana we offer you a unique 2 days journey.