Visit the oldest city of the Americas! Come and join us to experience walking through Santo Domingo, where history started in the Americas. Visit the first cathedral of the new world, Diego Columbus Alcazar, the famous Las Damas street, and some other 5th century colonial monuments. You’ll also have panoramic views of the downtown, residential areas, and the National Presidential Palace. Your best shopping option will be at the colorful market. Lunch is included at a typical Dominican restaurant.
• 10 hours
Get an overview of Santo Domingo — the capital of the Dominican Republic — on this 4-hour city sightseeing tour. The oldest European-settled city in the Western Hemisphere, Santo Domingo is chock full of historical churches and other landmarks. With a guide, visit the World Heritage-listed Colonial Zone, 3 Eyes National Park and other attractions for a relaxing introduction to the city. Hotel transport is included.
• 4 hours
On this city tour you will be able to learn about the city of Santo Domingo while having fun. The Trikke is a three-wheeled electric scooters that allows you to navigate the city streets with ease. You are guaranteed to capture the best sights in the city.
• 2 hours
In 1992 Santo Domingo, the oldest city in Americas, celebrated its 500th anniversary of its discovery by Christopher Columbus. Discover Santo Domingo, home the first cathedral, university and town hall of the new world. The entire city center is crammed with colonial buildings from the 15th and 16th centuries. On this tour you will not only visit the most important historical buildings but also some museums and a fascinating cave. "Los Tres Ojos" is the first stop where you will see a cave learn about Taino Indian life.
• 12 hours
Visit Catalina Island (Isla Catalina) on this day trip from Santo Domingo. Just off the Dominican Republic’s south coast, near La Romana, small Catalina Island is ringed by coral reefs and white-sand beaches. After arriving by boat, enjoy a blissful day of snorkeling, sunning, lunching, drinking and even dancing, if the mood strikes you. Hotel pickup and drop-off in Santo Domingo are included.
• 8 hours
Visit La Esmeralda, an organic cacao plantation and learn all of the secrets hidden behind quality chocolate. Follow your sense of smell to our chocolate factory, where you will learn about the making of exquisite chocolate and how to make your own chocolate! With this tour you will also learn how to taste a chocolate with all your senses with our expert!
• 3.5 hours
Suffering from seasonal affective disorder? This day trip to Saona Island from Santo Domingo will take care of any moody blues. Luxuriate in this slice of sunny heaven with white-sand beaches, so inviting that even the coconut palms are almost laying down to relax. A buffet lunch and an open bar complete this beachside experience.
• 12 hours
This 10 to 12-hour tour to Santo Domingo de Guzman will immerse you in the Dominican culture by visiting a natural monument known as "Los Tres Ojos" with its three beautiful lagoons, then head out to stop at the Columbus Lighthouse before venturing down to “Cuidad Colonial”, the first city of the new world -an UNESCO listed World Heritage. Whether you tour the Alcazar de Colon, the first Cathedral, or just browse around a city center boutique, this day out will have something for everyone. This is a fantastic cultural excursion where you learn so much about the Dominican Republic and have some serious fun at the same time.
• 12 hours
If you are visiting Santo Domingo for the first time, this tour is especially for you! Enjoy an action-packed, three-hour introduction to the buzzing capital of the Dominican Republic, the oldest settlement in the Americas. As the modern face of the island with a population of over two million, there is far more to Santo Domingo than its fascinating colonial history. The city's heartbeat is loud and fast, propelled by everything from chaotic traffic and friendly street vendors to the beats of merengue and bachata music.
• 3 hours
Visit the oldest city of the New World and Christopher Columbus' first permanent settlement after his "discovery" of the Americas. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage in 1992, Santo Domingo is a city of many "firsts" in the New World with the first cathedral, paved road, university, hospital, stone home, tavern and more!
• 8 hours