Carnival newest brand Fathom recently announced their lineup of recreational and leisure activities for passengers to enjoy during their down-time in the Dominican Republic.
Travelers can customize their trips to the DR to include a variety of social impact experiences, including projects focused on environmental, educational, and economic development that match their interests and activity levels. Passengers who want a break from their scheduled activities during their time on the island can simply just relax and take in the country’s landscape; with the beautiful blue water, waterfalls and rainforests, and predictable weather.
- Traditions and Local Flavors – Puerto Plata is home to the first fort built by European settlers in the New World, and is a very scenic spot. Passengers can explore the city and its rich history, shop downtown, and walk along the famous Malecon; a 3-mile beachside boardwalk with lots of shops and restaurants. Travelers can also take a walk through the city and visit the San Felipe Fortress, Cathedral San Felipe, Vrugal rum factory, Plaza Indepencia, and other museums.
- La Isabela, Columbus History and Folklore – One of the first European towns in the Americas is La Isabela, and its a perfect chance for travelers to go back in time and walk through ancient ruins, learning about the island’s first inhabitants.
- Beginner Scuba Diving – The country’s abundance of marine life and crystal-clear warm waters makes it the perfect spot for people interested in the underwater world. A beginner course will introduce travelers to the basic safety guidelines required to do a dive with an instructor.
- Two-Reef Snorkel by Catamaran – The pristine beauty of Sosua Bay is discovered aboard a modern and luxurious Catamaran. Diverse fish, calm waters, and intricate reefs make it a great place to take a plunge.
- Countryside Zipline Adventure – Make like a bird and zip through the trees from platform to platform to gain a new perspective on the beautiful Dominican Republic and its gorgeous views.
The MV Adonia will dock in the newly opened Amber Cove where travelers will have access to some Amber Cove shore excursions. The port will offer both sea and landslide experiences, including kayaking, several beach getaways, paddle boarding, snorkeling, ATV-like expeditions, Puerto Plata tours, helicopter rides, fishing trips, horseback riding, deep sea fish, and catamaran sailings.
Prices start at $974 per person. Prices will vary by sailing. For more information, visit fathom.org.
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