Santiago and Jarabacoa Waterfalls Tour


From £46.00
Location: Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic
Rating: based on 6 reviews

A day of history and beautiful scenery as you take in the sights and history of Santiago, the first capital of the Dominican Republic, followed by a visit to Jarabacoa Waterfalls. In Santiago you will visit a cigar factory where you can see them being hand rolled, and also have the chance to buy at factory prices. Also visit a ceramic factory with the ceramic, faceless dolls produced making a great souvenir of your tour.


  • Local guide
  • Lunch
  • Hotel pickup and drop off (selected hotels only)
  • Horse ride at Jarabacoa Waterfalls

After lunch you will head through the picturesque Dominican Alps to Jarabacoa passing through spectacular scenery of green valleys and clear streams. The waterfalls at Jarabacoa will astound you with their natural beauty as you journey by foot or by horse to the tranquil area.


Departure Point: Hotel pick-up is available from Puerto Plata hotels and Playa Dorada
Departure Time: 7:00am

Return Details: Returns to original departure point at approximately 6:30pm

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I loved this excursion!! I only had 5 days (3 full days) in Puerto Plata, so I didn’t really have much time to do much and I wanted to get the most out of the resort I was staying at, but this sounded very interesting. Our tour guide (Lidio…?) was really informative and funny! There were 8 of us on the trip (6 were German, so our tour was in German and English, which was good for brushing up on my very dusty German).

I really liked the horse back riding. Everyone else had a Dominican kid on the back of their horse to help control the horse, but there wasn’t one for me, so I got to ride solo, but I think I did pretty well. It was so interesting to travel through that area. The waterfall was pretty, but wasn’t that special (I’ve seen better), but the scenery and the bridges were pretty. The meal we had at the ranch was very tasty and fresh. The cigar shop was informative and smelled really nice. I liked the ceramic factory too. Side note: stock up on souvenirs at the ceramic store because everything was very nicely priced (they even had magnets, shot glasses, and other typical souvenirs in addition to the neat pottery).

I highly recommend this tour. It was a great deal for the price. We did so much! The driver was very erratic and fast (like most other drivers down there), but it added to the experience!

Reviewed by: Eric G



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