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Private Full – 4 Days Santo Domingo Excursion
Design your very own dream tour of Santo Domingo! Your friendly and professional guide will help you build out a full-day (6-7 hours) of sightseeing. You can tell your guide what type of sights you want to visit or your guide can offer suggestions based on your interests. The itinerary will be discussed before you head out for the day. Choose your group size up to 12 passengers and customize the Santo Domingo tour of your dreams!
Your trip incluye: 6 days Ramada Hotel Santo Domingo +4 days tour+food+place entrance
You have option choose another hotel. Although entrance fees to extra attractions are not included.
PLACES TO INCLUYE OUR TOUR SANTO DOMINGO
Shrine of the Forefathers
Museum of the Royal Houses
Dominican Man Museum
Memorial Museum of the Dominican Resistance
Modern Art Museum
Dominican Rum Museum
Santa María de la Encarnación Cathedral
Los Tres Ojos
Not accessible for the physically impaired
Not recommended for people with respiratory or heart problems
Not recommended for pregnant women
Not recommended for people with back problems or who have had a recent back surgery
Not recommended for people with a recent arm/hand surgery
Not recommended for people with motion sickness
Not handicapped accessible
Royal Houses Museum
El Conde Street
El Conde Bulwark
Kah Kow Experience
Las Damas Street
San Francisco Monastery
(2 Adult + 1 Children)
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The Dominican Republic is the most diverse and enticing country in the Caribbean area. This country is known worldwide for its beautiful white sand beaches, diverse fauna, ecotourism destinations and the warmth of its people. The capital city is Santo Domingo, rich in culture, dynamic scenery, affordable lifestyle and lavish nightlife. One of the most popular destinations is Punta Cana, located in the East of the country, receiving more than 6 million tourists each year. As an immigrant myself I can honestly say that in the Dominican Republic, life begins again.