Iguana Mama - Dom Rep Eco Adventure
Duration: Half Day
If you care about the environment and dream of embarking on an eco adventure in paradise during your holiday in the Dominican Republic, this fun-filled day with Iguana Mama, one of the Caribbean's top adventure tour specialists, is a must. Swimming, rafting, mountain biking, kite surfing and hiking amongst nature are just some of the highlights.
The Dominican Republic is renowned for its beautiful scenery and diverse landscapes, which offer plenty of opportunities for action-packed activities that the whole family can enjoy. If you love the idea of thrills and adventure in the great outdoors during your Caribbean holiday, you’ve certainly come to the right place. Iguana Mama is based in Cabarete, the world-famous windsurfing and kite boarding capital, on the beautiful North Coast of the island of Hispaniola.
There are numerous activities to choose from, and the Iguana Mama team will be on hand to help with any individual requirements. Enjoy some of the most spectacular scenery in the Caribbean as you hike and climb up as many as 27 different waterfalls below the lush rainforest canopy, taking in the sights, sounds and smells of nature’s wonders on the way.
On the way back down, you can jump, slide and swim in the refreshing turquoise pools and rivers. Or, perhaps you would prefer trekking up mountains and through national parks, amongst jungle, lagoons, caves and forest, to discover the local flora and fauna. If you want to gain a unique, bird’s eye view of the tropical forest, you can even try zip lining high above the trees. This is an exhilarating experience not to be missed.
For something a bit more active, Iguana Mama offers plenty of extreme sports. Take a gentle mountain bike ride along the coast, or enjoy an unrelenting, off-road ride both uphill and downhill into the heart of the country for the ultimate adrenaline rush. El Choco National Park and Septentrional Mountain Range are just several of the routes available. The most challenging tours will test your stamina as well as your willpower.
Other activities include white water rafting though the “Dominican Alps” and swimming through the "Crocodile" rapids; horseback riding across beautiful beaches and through forest, rivers, canyons and Dominican villages, and snorkeling in crystal clear waters amongst vibrant coral gardens which are teeming with exotic marine life.
Windsurfing, kite surfing, sailing, deep sea fishing, wakeboarding, surfing and kayaking are just some of the additional activities available. Whichever tour you choose with Iguana Mama, you won’t be disappointed. The choices are endless and the experiences are unforgettable.
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