Tours & Excursions

Set in Bayahibe, Dreams Dominicus is set in a prime location to the explore the region. We are located at the gateway to Saona Island in the National Park of the East, the most visited natural attraction in the Dominican Republic.

We would be happy to arrange an outing to one of the nearby islands, Altos de Chavón, Santo Domingo or one of the many locales where you will be fascinated by the remarkable sights of this truly culturally-rich area. Our travel desk can help you arrange a tour, rent a car or help with other arrangements.

Catalina Island

A small offshore island located approximately 1.5 miles from the mainland, has an incredible coral reef for snorkeling and diving, perfect for those booking for a day trip with water activities.

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Saona Island

Take a catamaran to Saona Island, the most popular excursion in the Dominican Republic. The island is located in the National Park of the East, with incredible turquoise water, enormous starfish, limestone cliffs, and the chance to see dolphins!

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Altos de Chavón

A fascinating recreation of a 16th century Mediterranean village, situated on a cliff overlooking the Chavón River.

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Cocotal Golf Course

Once a coconut plantation, the six-time Spanish Champion, Jose “Pepe” Gancedo, designed two courses featuring strategically-placed trees, mounds and gently rolling terrain with well-defined fairways and greens.

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Scape Park

A natural theme park located inside the Cap Cana community with cenotes, caves, caverns, aquatic activities, zip lining, and indigenous flora and fauna.

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Santo Domingo

Santo Domingo, the country's capital, is where the settlement of all the Americas began. Explore the cobblestone streets that wind through the Spanish colonial architecture, nightlife, shopping, dining and cultural points.

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To learn more about tours close to Dreams Dominicus La Romana, visit AMSTAR’s website.

Photos courtesy of The Dominican Republic Ministry of Tourism.