Tour to Santo-Domingo

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A walk through the capital of the Dominican Republic, Santo-Domingo, is an opportunity to witness how the history of the New world was created.

You will get to see the quarters of the Colonial zone, one of the most mysterious places in the Domican Republic The Three Eyes Cave, Diego Columbus Alcazar, the first cathedral built in the new world, Columbus Lighthouse and at the end of the trip you can go shopping on the oldest street of the Americas, Las Damas Street.

Days of the tour: Saturday

What is included:
  • Transfer from the hotel and back
  • Lunch
  • Professional tour-guide
  • Group of up to 16 people
  • All entrance tickets
After lunch you can visit 5-D cinema ($5).

take clothing that covers your knees and elbows (it is obligatory for everyone visiting the Cathedral). Headwear is not required.
Tour plan
Departure from your hotel
We start our journey on a comfortable bus.
Arrival in Santo-Domingo
Columbus Lighthouse, which looks like a cross from above, and according to the legend this is where the ashes of the famous Navigator are located.
A walk in the Colonial zone
We look around the old rooms of the castle of Diego Columbus, visit the majestic Cathedral and the Pantheon of the Fatherland, walk along the first street of this part of the world — las Damas Street.
Lunch at a restaurant overlooking the Cathedral
Here you can pick any dish of your choice from a wide variety. After lunch you can walk around the Colonial zone on your own. Then we leave the capital of the Dominican Republic and go to the Three Eyes Cave.
We arrive at the Park and go down to the caves
Here a whole underground world opens up before us: stalactites and stalagmites intertwine with the lianas of tropical trees. The cave is inhabited by mongoose, and the gleam of the underground lake. We'll take a ride on a tiny raft on the lake.
We get on the bus and go to the resort town of Bavaro
We return to the hotel for dinner.
5-D movie theater: $5 per person
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