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Parque Nacional Los Haitises

Samanà, Sànchez Ramírez, Monte Plata y Hato Mayor
Bahía de Samanà
Samanà, Dominican Republic

Distance: 9.0 mi. (from destination center)

Description: National park near Samana Bay home to excellent birding sites and ecotourism.... Read More
Expert Rated & Recommended
5_0

Santuario de las Ballenas Jorobadas (Sanctuary of the Humpback Whales)

Bahia de Samana (Samana Bay)
Av. La Marina, Tiro al Blanco
Saman´┐Ż, Dominican Republic

Distance: 34.1 mi. (from destination center)

Description: This is one of the largest and best humpback breeding sanctuaries in the world. Organized boat trip here are offered by several tour operators.... Read More
Expert Rated & Recommended
5_0

El Salto de Limon

Av. La Marina, Tiro al Blanco


Distance: 34.1 mi. (from destination center)

Description: A waterfall deep in the forest. Guided hiking tours are offered, as well as excursions by horse or mule.... Read More
Expert Rated & Recommended
5_0

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Sea Horse Ranch Equestrian Center

Sea Horse Ranch, North Coast
Sousa, Dominican Republic

Distance: 39.9 mi. (from destination center)

Description: Horseback riding tours and lessons offered on a beachfront resort near Sousa.... Read More
Expert Rated & Recommended
5_0

Rancho Lorilar

Calle 3
Sabina Grande
Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic

Distance: 39.9 mi. (from destination center)

Description: This ranch, owned by Canadian ex-pats, offers half-day, full-day, and private tours for riders of all experience levels.... Read More
Expert Rated & Recommended
5_0

SunCamp

North Coast
Calle Principal 40
Muñoz, Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic

Distance: 39.9 mi. (from destination center)

Description: SunCamp offers five riding tours on paso fino and criollo cross horses for novice to intermediate riders.... Read More
Expert Rated & Recommended
4_0

Samana Bay

Northeast coast
Samana, Dominican Republic

Distance: 8.1 mi. (from destination center)

Description: Every year between January and March two to three thousand humpback whales (almost the entire... Read More

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