Tour a sugarcane field, where you´ll see a traditional Trapiche and learn how we produce our delicious Dominican rum and roll the greatest cigars in the world. After horseback riding continue through the Eastern mountain range until we reach a typical home and stop to sample fresh organic coffee, cacao, and tropical fruits. Enjoy a delicious Dominican buffet at the top of the Anamuya Mountain. Visit one of our sponsored schools and finish the day with a visit to the Our Lady of Altagracia Cathedral, the most important of the country.
Come and experience nature surrounded by teeming jungles and astonishing vistas in Bayahibe.Set out to board a Safari-style Jeep at the crack of dawn. Camera in hand, get ready to canvas unbelievable sceneries of an unequalled wildlife.Gallop in the outskirts of a lush, tropical countryside paradise. An exciting, yet challenging feat for the novice and seasoned horseback rider alike.Cruise across a sugar cane plantation. Witness the traditional way the indigenous people ploughed this crop. Go inside an artisan sugar cane mill, and watch an accurate re-enactment of a colonial-era trapiche (wheel grinder) being pulled by oxen.Back then, it was the only way of extracting the cane juice, a sugary elixir you’ll have a taste of.See this crop transform before your eyes, from cane juice to molasses and vinasse, until becoming the finest Dominican rum.Perhaps the best mature, ripe tobacco has been harvested in this land, befitting only the finest cigar brands in the world which use them in their manufacturing process.This tour would not be complete without learning hands on from master craftsmen, who generation after generation have hand-made the most sought after cigars.Charming pastel-colored country cottages flawlessly blend in with the lush vegetation in Bayahibe. rnFrolic amid the foliage as you savor the most delectable exotic tropical fruits, freshly-brewed coffee and cocoa in its purest form.There are no better digestifs after eating a succulent typical lunch, You will be treated to the traditional Dominican dish, known as “la bandera dominicana”.Visit our sponsored school, briefing of the educational program in the Dominican Republic and arrival at Basilica La Altagracia, the most important church in the country. Learn the history behind this astounding architectural marvel.