SeavisTours have updated their range of Caribbean land and sea tours and eco trips leaving from Punta Cana, Bavaro, La Romana and Bayahibe. A wide range of options is available, and the team are passionate about helping their clients to adventure in style.
For more information please visit the website here: http://seavisbayahibe.com
SeavisTours was established by people from the Netherlands who settled in the area after touring the world. It’s this spirit of adventure that runs through the company and all the tours that they offer.
They are a fully licensed and insured incoming tour operator, and they represent ProTravel, Hostel Club, and TiwaTravel.
For overseas travel organizations looking to partner up, the team can offer the full range of incoming services. These include managed airport transfers, hotel reservations, general guests services, and excursion management.
Guests travel with SeavisTours to help them experience their Caribbean dream. There are currently over 3,000 reviews on TripAdvisor from guests highlighting the great time that they had while touring with SeavisTours.
For those wishing to find out more, a full list of excursions is available on the SeavisTours website. These include a Saona Island Excursion, Land and Jungle Excursion, Panta Cana Excursions, and La Romana Excursions.
Their most popular Saona excursion is the Saona Crusoe VIP trip, which includes an adventure in a fast speedboat to the most remote and beautiful beaches on the island.
The company states: “For many years already Seavis provides excursions that differ from the regular trips and tours. Our goal is to provide an alternative to the program of the big operators, for those who want to experience the real Dominican Republic. We go with small groups only and to places where the big operators don’t go.”
Those wishing to find out more can visit their website on the link provided above.
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