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Punta Cana: Full-Day Santo Domingo Tour

1. Punta Cana: Full-Day Santo Domingo Tour

Discover the oldest permanent city established by Europeans in the Western Hemisphere, Santo Domingo. ‘La Capital,’ as it’s typically called, is a collage of cultures and neighborhoods with the Colonial Zone, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, at its heart. On this day trip, explore the city with a local guide. Next, head to Santo Domingo and its Colonial Zone for your guided tour of the city. Walk along iconic and unique streets such as Las Damas, El Conde, Arzobispo Meriño, Isabel La Católica, and more. Enjoy included entry to emblematic monuments such as the National Pantheon; the only known residence of a member of Christopher Columbus' family, Alcazar de Colon; and the oldest cathedral in the Americas, Basilica Cathedral of Santa María la Menor. At 1 PM, savor a delicious Dominican buffet at one of the most famous restaurants in town, El Conuco. At 2:15 PM, enjoy 45 minutes of free time to explore the Colonial Zone at your own pace. At 3 PM, visit the famous Malecón boulevard, then the Faro a Colón lighthouse, a memorial to Christopher Columbus. Begin your journey back to Punta Cana between 4 PM-4:15 PM and finish the tour with drop-off at your hotel.

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Santo Domingo: Chocolate Tour + Optional Workshops

2. Santo Domingo: Chocolate Tour + Optional Workshops

Start your experience at the Holographic theater where different ghosts from the world of chocolate come to life and tell the whole story of chocolate from the beginning of the time. Find out how cocoa reached Hispaniola and traveled to the rest of the world. Next, continue to the Cocoa Plantation where you will be able to sample some cocoa fruit and feel as if you are in a real forest. Head over to the Fermentation Room where the guide will show you all the processes of fermentation and dried and its importance in creating quality chocolate. After that, be directed to the Sensory Room and be challenged to use your 5 senses for each of the ingredients that make up awesome chocolate. If you guess right, you will have the chance to taste different chocolate percentages of KahKow Organic Chocolate. Finish the tour in the glass box on the Spanish Patio where the tour guide will explain how all the machines in the factory work to produce the final product. Upgrade your experience by adding on an optional workshop to the end of your tour. In the Soap Workshop, learn how to make your own soap with a cacao butter formula made by the workers at La Esmeralda. Add a special touch with your preferred aroma. Alternatively, choose the Chocolate Workshop and create your own chocolate bar.

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La Romana Airport: Round-Trip Private Transfer

3. La Romana Airport: Round-Trip Private Transfer

Don't waste your precious vacation time with the hassle of public transportation or unreliable taxis: book a private return transfer from La Romana Airport to your holiday location in the Dominican Republic with a provider who has been operating for over 25 years.  Once you arrive at the airport, your driver will be waiting for you with a sign so that they are easy to find. It will just be a short walk to the air-conditioned van where you can relax with drinks and refreshments, if selected at booking. Dominican roads are generally very good, so it will be a comfortable and relaxing ride to your destination. On booking, select your destination: your driver can take you to Bavaro, Bayahibe, Cap Cana, La Romana, La Romana Port, Puerto Plata, Punta Cana, Samana, Santo Domingo, Uvero Alto, or destinations nearby any of these. When your vacation is done, you'll be picked up again at the same location for your return trip to the airport.

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What people are saying about Santo Domingo

We had a really great tour, with a lovely guide who explained everything very well :)