SeavisTours, a family operated eco tour and excursion agency operating in resort towns throughout the Dominican Republic has relaunched operations, following a brief pause, with new health and safety protocols in place. The agency currently offers various adventure tours for travelers throughout Punta Cana, Bayahibe and La Romana.
More information is available at http://www.seavisbayahibe.com
Specializing in small tours with dedicated guides, each excursion guarantees personal attention, passionate tour guides, and authentic cultural experiences, and allows guests the choice between water or land adventures.
In its 17th year of operation, this family-run operation is popular among tourists to the Dominic Republic, with a 4.9 out of 5 star rating, and over 3000 website reviews, while remaining a number 1 pick on TripAdvisor.
Among the most popular excursions currently being offered is the Saona Island Excursion tour, which includes a speedboat ride to one of the most secluded and beautiful beaches on the Saona Island. For those looking to explore the world famous rainforests of the Dominican Republic, SeavisTours also offers ecological jungle tours along the Chavon river, which includes canoeing and a visit to the Yuca Yena Jungle Ranch.
While these tours are offered year-round, seasonal trips include whale watching excursions along the bay of Samana, where humpback whales typically breed and give birth, and are regularly spotted. This tour is offered from mid-January to mid-March.
Along with planning all aspects of the tour, including providing food and snacks, SeavisTours arranges for guests to be picked-up and dropped-off at their respective resorts and hotels.
Adapting to the current reality of a post-pandemic world, SeavisTours has upgraded their cancellation policy. Their website includes testimonials, photos, pricing and up-to date availabilities, as well as discount offers for early bird and last minute bookers.
For more information on SeavisTours and their range of private tours see the URL above.
12 Carretera a Bayahibe