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Santo Domingo 1-Day Tour from Punta Cana

Santo Domingo 1-Day Tour from Punta Cana

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Duration: Full Day

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Offered in: English and Spanish


Santo Domingo has many beautiful monuments, historical attractions and natural enclaves, but selecting which ones to visit in one day requires knowledge of the area and a lot of planning. This ideal tour for travelers short on time visits a selection of top attractions, including Los Tres Ojos National Park, the Columbus Lighthouse, and the city of Santo Domingo. After exploring the main sights of the city, the journey continues to the Colonial Zone for a delicious lunch and more sightseeing.

What's Included?

✅ Hotel pick up and drop off

Air-conditioned transportation

Drinks (non-alcoholic)

✅ Lunch

❌ Souvenir photos (available to purchase)

What To Expect:

1- The 3 Eyes National Park During the visit to Santo Domingo, we will make a stop at Los Tres Ojos National Park, where we will make a tour of about 45 minutes, and we will visit the three Taino caves and the fourth lake. The Los Tres Ojos National Park played an important role in the life, culture and lifestyle of the Tainos. It is important to note that these caves played an important role in life, culture, and in the Taino religion. We will always do this guided tour, with a native of the area, who will give us every detail of what was visited there. 45 minutes • Admission Ticket Included

  • Columbus Lighthouse (Faro A Colon) (Pass By) In our visit to the Colon lighthouse from outside the building we will observe the different countries that supported the initiative to create this monument. This visit is to the external part of the monument where we will take photos in this place with the mobile pope.
  • Palacio National (Pass By) In this place we will stop to take a photo of the Presidential House, which is a replica of the United States Capitol. This visit is to the outside of the Palace where we will also take a photo with the presidential guard.

2- Malecon This is one of the most favorite places when visiting Santo Domingo where you can appreciate the warm and gentle breeze of the Caribbean and lose your sight in the Caribbean. In this place they will visit a small part of the Malecón, they will also use hammocks that we have here in this beautiful place. !That experience! ride the hammocks here on the boardwalk, remember your childhood, is priceless. 15 minutes • Admission Ticket Included

3- Zona Colonial Here in the Colonial Zone we will visit the following places: 1. Mugado Restaurant, to enjoy a delicious lunch. 2. We will visit Calles las Damas 3. Colon Park 4. Alcazar de Colon 5. First Cathedral of America 6. Plaza España 7. The pantheon of the Homeland 8. Souvenir Shop 2 hours • Admission Ticket Included

4- Calle Las Damas Calle Las Damas was the first street in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic and America. Located in the Colonial City, it owes its name to the fact that at the beginning of the colony the ladies walked along that street, which is currently decorated with colonial tiles. This street has as attractions: Fortaleza Ozama, La Real Audiencia, Don Rodrigo de Bastidas' house (today the "Trampolín" children's museum), colonial houses (some with colonial shields) and at the end the Plaza España. 10 minutes • Admission Ticket Included

5- Parque Colon El Parque Colón is one of the parks or historical squares of the Colonial City of Santo Domingo, which served as the main party center of the society of the colonial era. Currently the Parque Colón is used as the main center for cultural activities and is also part of the Santo Domingo World Heritage Site. This was the main entertainment center for the inhabitants of the time, since it gave life and splendor to the town of La Isabela, and its surroundings. The name of Plaza Mayor was given in honor of the Major Commander of the order of Nicolás de Ovando, who arrived in Santo Domingo in 1502.  5 minutes • Admission Ticket Included

6- Alcazar de Colon The Alcázar de Colón or Viceregal Palace of Don Diego Colón is a palace located in the Plaza de España in the Colonial City of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, which was built on a site near the cliffs that look towards the Ozama River, granted to Diego Colón, first-born son of the discoverer of America, Christopher Columbus, by King Ferdinand the Catholic, to build a home for himself and his descendants on the island of Hispaniola, which he arrived in 1509 as governor and where today The Alcazar de Colón Museum works. The Alcázar de Colón was built between 1511 and 1514, following the influences of the existing one in Mancera de Abajo, in Salamanca, Spain. 30 minutes • Admission Ticket Included

7- Plaza de la Hispanidad or Spain Located in front of the Alcazar de Colón, this monumental square, also known as Plaza de la Hispanidad, is characterized by housing the statue of the founder of the city, Nicolás de Ovando, in the western part of the river. Also, in front of the historic royal houses you can see the sundial dated 1753. In this beautiful place we will take beautiful photos, as well as take a tour. 10 minutes • Admission Ticket Included

8- Panteon Nacional The building was one of the last buildings built by the Spanish on Dominican soil. The date of the beginning of its construction is not known with certainty but some historians suppose that it was between the years 1714 and 1755 and it is attributed to Jerónimo Quezada y Garçon. It originally served as a church of the Jesuit order. Here the Jesuit priests gave mass with their backs to the congregation so that everyone, including the priests, would face the figure of Jesus Christ and the altar. The National Pantheon has around 36 empty spaces to house future heroes. There is also an empty space without a plaque, dedicated to the unknown soldier. There is a permanent Honor Guard, made up of members of the Presidential Guard, in full dress, without moving a single muscle. One of them makes a solemn walk around the central aisle, which runs from the main entrance to just in front of the main altar.


Pickup details

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Cancellation Policy

  • You can cancel up to 72 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.
  • For a full refund, you must cancel at least 72 hours before the experience’s start time.
  • If you cancel less than 72 hours before the experience’s start time, the amount you paid will not be refunded.
  • Any changes made less than 72 hours before the experience’s start time will not be accepted.
  • Cut-off times are based on the experience’s local time. This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund.
  • This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund.



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