Take off to the historical and cultural City of Puerto Plata. A great opportunity awaits you to walk through the center of the city, learn about the colorful Victorian style architecture and their local Plastic Artists Art Galleries. Your journey starts on to the Macorix Rum factory, one of the most popular Rum in the country and internationally. Next, visit will be at the Gregorio Luperon Museum, built to commemorate the General Gregorio Luperon, the army general and politician who is recognized for his role in restoring Dominican independence after the annexation to Spain in 1863.
Afterwards, the journey continues driving through the Malecón for a visit of the San Felipe Fortress, built in 1564 to protect the city from Pirates attacks, where guests will receive local guide information related to its history, followed to a walking visit to San Felipe Cathedral located at Plaza Independencia (formerly the central park), where you will have a taste of fresh tropical Coconut water. Please have shoulders and knees covered for visiting the cathedral. Afterward, enjoy a lunch at the Garden restaurant, including rice with noodles, grilled chicken breast, chili with meat, corn tortillas, salads, Pico de gallo (sauce), Jalapenos, and tropical fruits.