SANTO DOMINGO TOUR
Experience two tours in one! An amazing day of culture and history, coupled with and exciting game of baseball!
Watch current and future MLB players play in one of countries longest standing teams
Explore the oldest Colonial City, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site the Colonial Zone is full of amazing historical treasures
Gain a real understanding of Dominican culture,past and present
Indulge is a traditional Dominican meal while enjoying a show of music and dance
Take advantage of great photo-op in front of the National Palace
Enjoy an authentic Dominican experience while learning more about Dominican Culture and Baseball!
Air conditioned round-trip transportation with pick up and drop off at your hotel, by a professional driver
Great seats in the Quisqueya Stadium
Knowledgeable and friendly tour guide – who will accompany you throughout the entire tour
Entrance to all museums and sites in the Colonial Zone
Traditional Dominican Lunch
This is a full day excursion – leaving the Punta Cana area at around 8 am and returning into the evening. The drive from Punta Cana to Santo Domingo is 3 hrs each way
Wear comfortable clothing and shoes. Around the Colonial Zone there is a
Bring your camera, and glove to catch fly balls
Also bring cash for souvenirs, food and beverages at the stadium (lunch is included in the price – food at the stadium is not)
This is a family friendly excursion
Tour needs a minimum of 6 people to go out — discounts for groups of 4 or more!
Stop #1: Colonial City Tour
We’re not in Punta Cana anymore! The bustling capital city of Santo Domingo was the first city in the America’s and easily one of the most exciting cities in the Caribbean! Explore over 500 years of history as you enter the first Cathedral of the Americas and tour the National Pantheon, where the countries most honored are laid to rest. Imagine what colonial life was like as you tour the home of Christopher Columbus’ son, Diego Colombus.
Stop #2: La Bandera and the National Palace
Indulge in La Bandera Dominicana, the Dominican Flag – this is what Dominicans call the typical lunch time dish. A hearty helping of rice, beans, a meat, and salad, all seasoned to Dominican perfection. Enjoy your meal to the sound of Merengue and traditional folkloric dancers put on a show.
We’ll have some free time to look into interesting shops and generally let your bandera go down. But don’t think about finding a mango tree to nap under – we’re off to get a glimpse of the National Palace. We’ll stop for a photo opportunity where all the important business takes place.
Stop # 3: Quisqueya Stadium and the Game!
Now for the main event! No matter how many baseball games you’ve attended in your life – Dominican Baseball is an experience all in it’s own. Home to two of the oldest teams in the league, the fans in Santo Domingo are lifelong and PASSIONATE. Call for a cold Presidente beer and cheer among the painted faces as you watch some of the best players in the Dominican Republic.