Accesible Tour Punta cana – Bavaro – Higuey – Santo Domingo.
Get to know the most important places in the area through our private and accessible tours!
We have made a careful study and selection process in all our tours, so that tourists with special needs including those in wheelchairs or with reduced mobility, can know the cultural and natural beauties of our Beautiful Dominican Republic Island in the tourist areas of Punta Cana, Baváro, and Santo Domingo, with total freedom.
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Shopping Mall Punta Cana,
- Shopping Mall Plaza San Juan.
- Mundo Autentico.
- Blue Mall Punta Cana
Accesible Excursion Punta Cana
- Manati Park.
- Basilica Higuey.
Description of Excursion.
- San Juan Shopping Center:
Live the Experience San Juan Shopping Center
San Juan Shopping Mall Center is Punta Cana- largest outlet shopping center blending the hottest concepts in theme entertainment and dining with an unparalleled offering of more than 240 value-oriented stores.
Diverse dining & entertainment options include a food court, various entertainment venues such as Cinéma, Artesanal Shops, Super Market & Bars, and several restaurants including - La Locanda , Pizzahut, Chefpepper, Burgerkings, , & more. Is a accesible Shopping Mall where you can Enjoy a wonderfull day with your Family.
Today's Hours: 10:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Cigars & Souvenir Factory.
Don Lucas Cigars is an authentic factory of Dominican cigars established from 1992 in the tourist pole of Punta Cana, where the discharge demands of this product has supported us in constant growth year after year, up to managing to be considered by prestigious magazines of The United States as one of 12 better brands of the Dominican Republic.
Mundo Autentico or Authentic World is our complement for the visitors in search of authentic and genuine products of the Dominican Republic (Larimar, Amber, Crafts, Paintings, Coffee, Cocoa, Rum, Mamajuana and other typical products of the island).
We speak: Spanish, English, French, German and Russian.
Opened every day from 09:00 am to 6:00 pm.
- One hour at San Juan shoping Center, 1 hour in Mundo autentico Plaza
- Private transport in an air-conditioned accessible van.
- Blue Mall Punta Cana
Have stores of the most important brands in the world, with prestigious restaurants and an area that in general seeks to create an environment conducive to an unparalleled shopping experience, as a support to a consolidated tourism hub as the one of greatest momentum in Central America and the Caribbean , visited by more than 3 million 200 thousand tourists every year is accesible in all major term for tourist with different Limitations, you can Enjoy a nice Trip and have a Blast with all your Family taking a best experience like never.
You’ll be able to touch a dolphin and enjoy the bath of your lifetime Accessible in the first ever dolphinaria in Dominican Republic. An unique experience!
Make the best of your stay and get to know the country most representative species, our Rhinoceros Iguana reproduction center and enjoy an animal show that you’ll not forget! Even with your Limitation the all Park is Completly Accessible for Wheelchair & Electric Mobility Scooter During your visit to this Fantastic Place for all your Family Trip.
Manatí Park is open from Monday to Saturday every week of the year from 9.00 AM to 05.00 PM… Fun never ends!
- Basilica Higuey.
The Basílica Catedral Nuestra Señora de la Altagracia is a Roman Catholic minor basilica and cathedral in Dominican Republic dedicated to Our Lady of Altagracia, patroness of the nation. It is in Salvaleón de Higüey. The basilica is the seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Nuestra Señora de la Altagracia en Higüey.
The cathedral was raised to the honor of a minor basilica by Pope Paul VI on December 17, 1970. It was visited by Pope John Paul II during his visit to the country in 1992.
Among the many reasons that inspired its creation, there is one that stands out. A long time ago a young girl from same city asked her father for a portrait of the Virgin Mary. Her father (name unknown) brought the picture as gift for her. It is believed that the portrait was placed at the house of this girl. For some reason, at the break of dawn of each day, the portrait was always found outside the house, beneath a small tree. Every day this portrait was moved back inside by the girl, until she told her parents about it. The place became sacred, and the basilica was built on that same spot as reference of Mary's grac