Our Hoyo Azul and Cenote Las Ondas Tour is designed to educate and take our visitors up and close with nature in order to observe the ecological systems of the Dominican Republic and the different plants that grow and proliferate in a natural environment. The tour offers options such as: zip lines, boogies, catamaran rides, horseback riding, paddle board, kayaks, wind surfing, snorkeling, and fishing. A perfect combination of sea and land in a single day to enjoy the beautiful gifts of nature of Punta Cana is visiting the ecological reserve of Ojos IndĂgenas. It is a forest reserve with 12 lagoons, in 3 of which visitors can swim. Historians discovered that the Tainos, tribes that inhabited the island before the conquistadores arrived, referred to the lagoons as eyes because of their peculiar shape. This site is our hidden gem, so to speak, a paradise on earth. In this tour we take you on a guided tour through the forest; at the end of the tour we will end up on a small and beautiful, turquoise blue beach.
Allow us to also take you to another jewel, the idyllic Saona Island located in the exotic East National Park. The road to this paradise is surrounded by crystalline waters and white sand bottom banks; nature here will indeed reward you! Once on the island, you can enjoy the beach, play volleyball, dance merengue, and feast on a great BBQ-style lunch. The East National Park also includes another beautiful island called Catalina Island, named after the famous navigator Christopher Columbus; its waters are ideal for diving due to its impressive diversity of marine fauna. From the east, we will travel to the north of the island, up in the mountains, to the town of Jarabacoa to embark on a true adventure: Baiguate Adventure!
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