If you are looking for a way to spend the day, there is no better way than a hike to Salto El Limón. A 45 minute hike will lead you right to the heart of this majestic waterfall.
Many local businesses offer guided tours to the waterfall. If you’re looking for a more relaxing way to reach this wonder, the trip can be done by horseback.
Whale watching excursions take place every day in Samaná. From December through March, around 2,000 humpback whales return to their breeding grounds in the warm waters of the Samaná Bay.
Avid whale watchers are in for the show of a lifetime as calves and 40-ton adult whales jump out of the water mere feet from the tour boats.
The Samaná Zipline Excursion is an excellent outdoors activity to do with friends and family. It's an eco-tourism attraction for all ages that combines an uphill hike, gliding from mountain to mountain, and swimming in rivers.
The Dominican Republic is home to Los Haitises National Park. The park is known for its limestone caves and grottoes filled with pictographs and petroglyphs left by the indigenous Taíno civilization, giving the tour an irresistible air of historic mystery.
The stunning beaches are also one of the only in the area to be completely surrounded by coral reefs.
From hiking to kayaking to whale watching to surfing to scuba diving, there are a myriad of things to do in Cosón and neighboring Las Terrenas. Be ready to explore a tropical playground that balances relaxation and adventure.