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Punta Cana Half-Day Dune Buggy Adventure

Highlights
  • Dune buggy tour takes you off the beaten path in the Dominican Republic
  • Drive past plantations, beaches, and farmland
  • Manual transmission with 4-speed stick shift and VW engine
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Punta Cana Half-Day Dune Buggy Adventure
From US$89.00
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Private Dune BuggyMost Popular
Dune buggies fit up to 4 passengers but this option is if you want the dune buggy for just your party of 2. There will be more driving for you!
US$110.00
Shared Dune Buggy
Dune buggies fit up to 4 passengers and you may be sharing yours with another party. However, everyone will take turns driving!
US$89.00
Triple Dune Buggy
Dune buggies fit up to 3 passengers! One seat will be unoccupied.
US$100.00
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Overview
Combine a cultural experience in the Dominican countryside with an off-road adventure on this dune buggy excursion from Punta Cana. Drive down rugged roads, past banana plantations, and over white-sand beaches en route to less-visited attractions, including a limestone mine. Tour includes commentary from your guide, hotel pickup and drop-off, and a freshly brewed cup of coffee for your convenience.
What to Expect
Begin your trip with pickup from your Punta Cana hotel, and transfer to the dune buggy base for a quick safety briefing. Then, hop into your speedy off-road vehicle, suitable for one to four people, and head out to the Dominican countryside.

Drive down muddy off-road paths, two-lane country roads, and even a highway en route to off-the-beaten-track attractions, including a limestone mine and colmado (grocery store) that provide a sense of everyday life in the Dominican Republic.

Stop for a fresh cup of coffee and a dip in the ocean at Macao Beach before returning to your original departure point. This dune buggy tour concludes with hotel drop-off.
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1 - 5 of 38 reviews

Reviewed 6 days ago
Amazing Excursion

This excursion exceeded all of our expectations. We looked around at all of the options and felt like most would be with large groups, didn't give you a true sense of how people in the DR lived, or were in more enclosed vehicles. Charly led...More

Thank Paul P
Reviewed 1 week ago
Could have been good with a better guide.

I exchanged several e-mails with Angela prior to booking the half day ride and she was very prompt and pleasant. I was picked up from my hotel on time and dropped off at the garage where we began the safety briefing, after that we were...More

5  Thank acg777
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
DO NOT BOOK WITH THIS TOUR COMPANY

The owner has no patience for any mistakes, or anything wrong that may happen during your trip. He has no customer service skills whatsoever, as he will yell and even curse at you without hesitation. This trip takes you through a whole lot of mud...More

5  Thank MaricelThomas
Xtreme_Buggy, Manager at Xtreme-Buggy - Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 2 days ago

Hola Marciel, I am happy to see that you took my advise to post a review. This way I can respond as a company. Our excursion is truly only for experienced stick drivers. Slowing the tour down is a distress for others guests and the...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Best excursion! Do it!

Can drive a stick shift? Want to see the country? Want to learn about the culture? Don't mind getting really dirty? Want to have an AWESOME excursion you will never forget? This hits all those points and more! Best excursion ever! Pick up from the...More

Thank Michele H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Great excursion

After reading great reviews we decided to book this and we were certainly not disappointed. You will definitely get dirty, bring a bandana to cover your nose and mouth. This was the BEST thing we did while in Dominican Republic. They take a lot of...More

Thank Michael S
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Coopandmyvacations
30 June 2018|
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Response from worksalot | Reviewed this property |
Guessing so? As long as he can drive a clutch!
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