Explore Dominican Republic with our tours
The second largest Caribbean nation is the most popular tourist destination in the Caribbean. Unbeknown to most, the Dominican Republic is the site of the first permanent European settlement in the Americas, although the indigenous Taino people have been inhabiting the land since 10,000BC. For a blast to the past, Santo Domingo’s Colonial Zone is the place to be at. With its quaint cobblestoned streets, the first cathedral, castle, monastery and fortress in the Americas are all found in this UNESCO World Heritage site. For a deep dive into nature, Samana is the answer. This town is home to many coves, bays, waterfalls and mountains.
As ecotourism is big in the Dominican Republic, there are many National Parks to visit such as Los Haitises National Park which contains islets, mangroves, caverns and hills. Migratory humpback whales frequent some of the bays and coves around the country. The region’s highest mountain peak, Pico Duarte and the Caribbean’s largest lake, Lake Enriquillo are located in the Dominican Republic.For a serene getaway, tranquillity and charm are in abundance at the idyllic luxury beach front resorts with its renowned sprawling golf ranges which can be found in the coastal cities of La Romana and Punta Cana.
Dominican Republic tour itineraries
The Best of Dominican Republic
Embark on a journey across the island to discover the most beautiful places as well as the cultural highlights of the Dominican Republic. Travel back through history as you marvel at Santo Domingo, the oldest city of the New World. Let the mother nature amaze you while exploring the mountain region of the Cordillera Central and visiting Santiago de los Caballeros, the second largest city of the country.
Let the Caribbean vibe sweep you off your feet in this tour as you venture into Dominican Republic's history at Santo Domingo’s Zona Colonial and explore its lush jungles, barren mountainous regions, rugged coastlines and Caribbean beaches. Discover unspoiled nature, historical buildings that have been declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites and meet lovely people.