Punta Cana
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The excursion was definitely involving and very intense! Pro. Notwithstanding the several shifts and activities it was perfectly organised. Guides were very well prepared and provided a big range of info. Places visited were stunning. Cayo Levantado is a paradise. Cons. Before your horse ride to Limon waterfall: take into consideration that the accompanying guys receive no salary for their services (they act as "volunteers"). Each accompany guy is given an horse (and takes care of feeding and cleaning it) and they only live with the tips provided by visitors. Unfortunately the time to enjoy Cayo Levantado (aprox 1 hour30) is very short. Mind the urchins!

This is an absolute must!! Our driver was amazing and the ultimate tour guide! Once we arrived at the zip lining place they were all so nice and welcoming and very funny! My friends and I all felt comfortable even though it was our first time zip lining. There were 8 zip lines and we were able to go twice which was so much fun!!! They gave us fresh pineapple and coconut and a shot of mama Juana!!! It was the best excursion!

The camera guy was annoying as he always wanted us to stop and take our pics. I wish they gave us the option to pass on this part of the trip. I didn't like that they wanted us to buy a bandana and glasses when we got there. We still had a lot of fun. Punctual and did everything the trip said it would do. We had lots of fun in the Mudd and the caves were awesome to see. Kids really enjoyed it too. They are 15 & 13.

Fantastic trip! Friendly and informative guides. The off road buggies were insane! We were a party of two (Mother and teenage son) The guide was taken aback when I told him I would be driving, so the feminist in me drove like a mad person to prove a point... The cave is beautiful, as is the traditional DR coffee made in the village. We were filthy but we loved it!

It was so much more than seeing monkeys, we went to different stations and learned about cocoa bean product, vanilla production, coconut, sugar, coffee. We were able to try many products it was very interesting and fun! Our guide Christine was amazing!