One day special tour – Los Haitises Natural Park & Cayo Levantado, Samaná Peninsula

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One of the premier highlights of a trip to the Dominican Republic—and probably the most extraordinary part of a visit to the Samaná Peninsula—is a chance to explore Los Haitises National Park.
With a speed-boat you can cross the bay of Samana, not so far from Bahia Chiquita. In the national park can see mangroves, caves with paintings from the Taino Indians and can swim in an underground river.
On a trip you'll sail around dozens of the dramatic rock islands and spectacular cliff faces. Swirling around are hundreds of beautiful coastal birds from 121 different species, including Louisiana the magnificent American frigate birds, brown pelicans, brown booby, and varieties of egrets and herons. The sight of dozens of different of birds continually gliding past the boat at any time is enough to make a birdwatcher out of anyone.

Follow well-deserved lunch stop: Bacardi Island (Cayo Levantado)... the lunch is mainly based on fresh fish, rice, vegetables, fruit and, of course, a  pinacolada or coco loco very cold. Rest of the day until come back, you can spend  relaxing, swimming, snorkeling or doing ... what you want!

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