Full Day Tour Deutsch

Our full day trip takes you far away from mass tourism.

Via the Autopista de Coral we first drive to a fuel stop and then directly out of the hustle and bustle and into the Dominican Republic. Palm trees to the right and left, cow pastures and the mountains in the distance. After the first 25 minutes of driving in the original dune buggy, we reach Las Lagunas de Nisibon. In the Colmado Lolita there is a refreshment (a delicious, homemade juice, cheese and crackers). Here you can also see how people shop in the countryside and our guides will tell you a bit about life here in the Dominican Republic. Out of Nissibon it goes through the middle of the village and from here towards Playa Lavacama. The "old" road directly on the beach can still be used and it is a dream come true for many to drive along the beach ONCE. We stop twice on this approx. 12 -15 KM ( 9-10 Miles) long route so that you can enjoy the lonely beach here to the fullest!

The 2nd stop is at the house of Coquero. This is the man who lives here with his family and collects the coconuts from the palm trees and then sends them to your supermarket in your home country. This is not only a dream setting but also very interesting to see how the family lives here. Then we drive through our 'SPA' road. (Mud pack guaranteed). From here we continue to Rancho Terra Nova, where we first cool off in the river. Depending on how you want, we dive in with momentum (we have a small zip line there that you can use to drop into the water), or we take the leisurely route. The river water is pleasantly refreshing. If the weather permits, we will take you up the La Loma Linda mountain from where you have a fantastic view of the whole area. There are also swings with which you can practically swing into nothingness (not for those who are afraid of heights). Relax a bit and then it's time for lunch. Typical dominican food, of course with rice, beans and chicken, but also with yuca croquettes, a house specialty that most of you probably don't know yet. Coffee and homemade tea complete the "lunch break". But before anyone can come up with the idea of taking a nap, things are moving on. We're going to the mountains!

We stop for a moment to refresh ourselves with a coconut! Also typically dominican, right on the street and sometimes there is simply no one there :-)
At Nissibon we now head towards Anamuya. The route in the mountains is like something out of a movie. FANTASTICALLY BEAUTIFUL! Sylvio is already waiting for you in Anamuya to show you in his small garden how cocoa, coffee and some other tropical specialties grow. Here you can see how coffee beans are made into coffee and cocoa beans are made into cocoa. Of course you can try all of this and if you still need a souvenir you can also buy small quantities here. Through the small villages on the winding road we continue to the Cruze Isleña and of course back to our Xtreme Buggy Shop.

An excursion that kills two birds with one stone: buggy driving and country and people!! You have now seen and experienced more than most tourists who book 2 to 3 other excursions.

Prices:

1 person in 1 buggy has to pay for 2 US$ 368
2 people in a buggy US$ 184 per person
(children no discount)
3 people in a buggy US$ 174 per person
(Children under 12 years 50% discount)
4 people in a buggy US$ 164 per person
(Children 50% discount)

Depending on the situation and the weather, there may be changes that your guide will decide on site.
It is imperative that the driver or drivers master a manual transmission!!
If you can't drive a manual transmission, just ask if it's possible to drive with the guide.
No matter who drives, you will have a lot of fun.
All drivers must have a valid driver's license and be at least 18 years old.
Drivers must wear closed-toe shoes, sports shoes or water shoes, NO FLIP FLOPS!
Your guide takes lots of photos and a few videos during the tour, which you can purchase after the tour for US$ 20 (download link).
Of course you can also take your own photos, provided you have the appropriate equipment.
Imported from America, our 4-seater Berrien Buggies consist of reinforced dune buggy frames, original VW engines and a 4-speed manual gearbox.

What to bring
Each buggy has a luggage box where you can store your belongings. Please bring anything you might need with you.
- Towel, bathing suit, sunscreen, bug spray
- Medication (especially if you are allergic)
- Scarf or old t-shirt to cover the face
But we also offer bandanas for the price of 5 U$.
- Cap or hat with chin strap
- Closed-toe shoes or tennis shoes (mandatory for drivers)
- Older, disposable clothes - it gets muddy, dusty and dirty
- Plastic bag for dirty clothes
- We provide goggles.

Health Warning
The tour is not suitable for people with back problems or pregnant women. If you have any doubts, please contact us.

Children
The minimum age is 5 years.
All children must be able to sit in a seat by themselves and must be accompanied by an adult.

Weight Restriction
We try to accommodate everyone. We have some larger buggies with special shock absorbers but due to technical limitations we cannot exceed the total total weight of 400kg (900 Pound) per buggy.

Weather
We ride in all weather conditions. Please dress appropriately.

Maximum group size
4 buggies plus guide buggy (so maximum 16 guests) to ensure a more personalized experience.

Lunch
If you have special dietary requirements or food allergies, you should bring something from the hotel – contact us before you book.


Experienced guide
Stick-shift VW Dune Buggy
Drinks, snacks and lunch
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Optional Tour photos (US$ 20)
Pickup & Return locations
All hotels in Punta Cana, Bavaro, Uvero Alto


Duration: approx. 8 hours


Departs: approx. 8:00 am


Returns: approx. 17:00 pm


Departure Point:
Xtreme-Buggy, La Altagracia,
Av. Estados Unidos, Punta Cana 23000
Dominican Republic


The original VW Buggy Tour in the Dominican Republic
The original VW Buggy Tour in the Dominican Republic
The original VW Buggy Tour in the Dominican Republic