Dominican Outback Safari
Head into the jungle to visit a coffee and chocolate plantation, where you’ll walk the grounds, talk to the farmers and learn how they harvest their products. Then meet a typical Dominican family at their home and learn about their lives while you drink freshly brewed coffee or bite into locally made chocolate.
Receive heartwarming insight into the local educational system when you visit a school. A teacher introduces you to a classroom of children; don’t be surprised by how much is communicated even if you may not speak the same language.
Depending on the weather, cool off by taking a dip in a freshwater river. When your stomach rumbles in hunger, dig into a delicious family-style Dominican lunch and taste freshly cut fruit and sugarcane.
Stop at a local rum shack to try, what else, but rum. Drink as much as rum, beer, soft drinks or water as you like during this all-inclusive tour. The shack also sells rum, cigars, coffee and other local products if you’d like to purchase some to take home as souvenirs or gifts.
Get a kick out of seeing wildlife like crocodiles, iguanas, turtles and more at a local ranch. Next, continue to a 15-mile (24-km) stretch of secluded beach where you can boogie board in the Caribbean. Or simply dig your toes in the sand and soak up the sun with a cocktail in hand.
After your rich day of culture, history, nature and beach time, you’ll be transported back to your hotel.
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Dominican Outback Safari
- All day open bar (soft drinks, water, rum and beer)
- Hotel pick up and drop off
- Gratuities (optional)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Minimum age to drink alcohol is 18 years
- It is recommended that you wear comfortable clothes and shoes
- Please bring a swimsuit, towel, sunscreen and a change of clothes
Reviewed by: Marilyn K, March 2015
Best day of our vacation! My husband and I and our 12 yr old son were the last to be picked up at our hotel around 9:30am. Everyone on the bus was friendly and Manny spoke very good English. He even translated to French for one couple. First stop is a typical Dominican house in the countryside, very interesting and we ate fresh fruit and learned about all kinds of plants. Then we went to a school that is supported by Outback Safari - bring school supplies, but no candy or money! We had a fabulous lunch chicken wings and rice and beans at a crocodile farm, then went boogie boarding in the ocean. If you don't want to swim, you can get a massage for free on the beach, but the boogie boarders had a blast! Oh yeah, unlimited beer and rum the whole day, don't forget to drink water too! A must see, and ask for Manny!
Marilyn from Texas
Reviewed by: Dotty P, March 2015
Driver and guide were great stops and lunch wonderful just did not appreciate so much emphasis on drinking and the off-color comments not everyone in this world driven by sex and drink thx