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Outback Safari Tour from Punta Cana

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  • Full-day outback safari tour from Punta Cana
  • Explore the Dominican Republic countryside in an open-top safari truck
  • Visit a local school, a beautiful beach and coffee, sugar and cacao plantations
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Outback Safari Tour from Punta Cana
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Outback Safari Tour from Punta Cana
US$95.00
Overview
Escape the tourist trail in the Dominican Republic on this full-day outback safari tour from Punta Cana, including lunch. Journey around the countryside in an open-top safari truck, immerse yourself in local life as you tour coffee, sugar and cacao plantations, pay a visit to a local school, then cool off at one of the Caribbean’s most beautiful beaches.
What to Expect
Meet your guide at your central Punta Cana hotel and jump aboard an open safari truck to kick off your outback adventure. Wave goodbye to the town and set off into the wilderness to explore the real Dominican Republic, away from the busy beach resorts.

Hear about the sugar, cacao and coffee industries that have been the lifeblood of the Dominican Republic’s economy for centuries. Peek behind the scenes of a traditional sugar cane plantation and learn about traditional techniques used to extract the sugar, such as the ‘trapiche’ mill. Then, discover the world’s biggest cocoa industry with a tour of a cocoa plantation, followed by a visit to a coffee plantation.

After lunch (included), immerse yourself in local life as you meet with a local family and be welcomed into their home to enjoy a cup of delicious Dominican coffee. Pay a visit to the local school too, where you’ll get chance to learn about education in the Dominican Republic and meet some of the students.

After a full day of exploring, finish your day with a stop at one of the Dominican Republic’s most idyllic beaches, and cool off with a dip in the Caribbean Sea. Finally, travel back to Punta Cana, where your tour ends with a drop-off at your hotel.
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1 - 5 of 9 reviews

Reviewed 2 days ago
Fantastic day

Great day, all started with a good welcoming guide in Juan with some added humour :) visited local home and coconut plantation, then to coffee and cocoa plantations and sampled the products one to interesting and enjoyable lunch followed by an exhibition on tobacco and...More

Thank Neil G
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Excellente!!!

We are two families on holiday together, so a group of 7 in all. Four adults and three teenagers. We had an amazing day on the trip. Really enjoyed all of it - meeting some of the locals and being welcomed into their home and...More

Thank Karen M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Outback Mountain tour

The best part of my trip. The downside was seeing the filth of the countryside. Lots of trash everywhere. Stopped at the “traditional “ home and coffee plantation. The best lunch ever. Saw cigars and coffee being made. Ended with a stop at Macao beach....More

Thank Harry M
Reviewed 9 July 2018
Great tour.

A chance to experience a bit of Dominican life away from the resort. It's a full day with stops at a school, church, cocoa/coffee plantation, cigar rolling demonstration, a horse back ride and a beach visit. Fun and informative. Miguel (driver) and guide Jorge were...More

Thank Joseph C
BlueCustomerCare, Public Relations Manager at Blue Travel Partner Services, responded to this reviewResponded 5 weeks ago

Dear Client, We thank you for taking the time to comment! It is always our objective to provide an excellent service to all of our clients. It is truly our passion to serve and we happy to have been able to display this passion to...More

Reviewed 30 June 2018 via mobile
Tour with Outback of home, cacao and coffee plantation

This was wonderful! Lots of local information about the country, history, schools, churches and how the locals live and work! Not boring at all! Got to visit local places where they harvest coffee and coconuts, roll cigars. Jorge (George) and Leo were excellent! Jorge speaks...More

Thank diddlysquater
BlueCustomerCare, Public Relations Manager at Blue Travel Partner Services, responded to this reviewResponded 5 weeks ago

Dear Client, We thank you for taking the time to comment! It is always our objective to provide an excellent service to all of our clients. It is truly our passion to serve and we happy to have been able to display this passion to...More

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18 April 2018|
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Response from David M | Reviewed this property |
I forgot to add, that while not a large quantity or strenuous, the walking is often on uneven ground.
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