The Islabon Jungle River tour, North Coast of the Dominican republic
Discover the island through an Eco tour of vegetation and wildlife Check out the chat-of-the-day, deep in the jungle forests of the Islabon River Walk the Islabon Jungle trail (when weather permits) Visit our mini Zoo with turtles, boas, crocodile, iguanas, crabs and more See the spectacular “La Boca”, where the fresh water of the Islabon river meets the salty Atlantic North Coast Tan and swim in fresh or ocean waters at the beach at the mount of the river Try our beachfront seafood restaurant “El Caminante II”. We serve freshly caught delicious fish and seafood Tours available at 9am, 10am, 11am, 2pm, 3pm Monday – Sunday. 2,5 hours long
We recommend you bring sun screen, hats and swimwear. And don’t forget your cameras. Food and beverages are available at additional cost. Cost: $20 per person (children 5 and under are free) We speak English, French and Spanish. The tour is operated by Islabon River Tour S.A. The operator is insured and licensed.
For reservations call Tel: 809-667-1960 Tel: 809-610-1158
Or visit us at the address: Islabon Carretera Principal (after Cabarete, past the bridge)
La Boca beach is located on a beach, which is visited by many locals and known by tourists as the only secret is. Here you can enjoy typical dishes themselves. There are several bars serving daily fresh seafood ... at a fair price. Especially the bar Islabon also offers evening events in connection with an overnight boat trip. And you must call ahead for reservations: +1 809 571 0848. The road to La Boca consists of a rough and narrow sandpath for about three miles. It’s where the river meets the sea and it is one of the most secluded and private beaches in the Dominican Republic.
Kitesurfers are also situated at the estuary of the river Yasica, also called La Boca. There they find (at the eastern end of Cabarete) good conditions. The area is due to the shallow water and the wind from the sea, ideal for kitesurfing. This is recommended only for experienced riders. The local conditions require the highest technical standards.