Tours & Excursions

Dreams La Romana Resort & Spa is located in Bayahibe, which features the beauty of a nearby coral reef, an incredible number of flora and fauna, and historical sites. Our travel desk can help you arrange a tour, rent a car or help with other arrangements. For more information and to reserve a tour before your stay, click here.

Saona Island

For a limited time, book the special Saona Island Tour package at Dreams La Romana Resort & Spa! 

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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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.

Altos de Chavón

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

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.


A small historical town known for its large Basilica honoring the Virgen de la Altagracia, patron saint of the Dominican Republic. Stroll the small streets and sample some of the cheese and fresh fruit from the local markets.

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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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For more information and to reserve a tour before your stay, click here

Photos courtesy of The Dominican Republic Ministry of Tourism.