This tour’s a winner for water babies. First of all, you’ll hop on a boat which will whizz you along the shoreline. You’ll pass local fishermen, as well as lots of birds, including pelicans, as you get closer to the Posada El Delfin hotel. Here, you’ll be given a natural fruit energy drink so you can fuel up for kayaking along the Dulce River. Before you set off, you’ll visit the Dulce River Canyon. Crane your neck up at its 300-feet-high walls, smothered in tropical greenery – it’s easy to see why the original Tarzan movie was filmed here. Plus, you’ll hear all about this place’s pirate-chequered history. Once you reach the Tatin River, you’ll board your kayak. Paddle past the towering palms and mahogany trees that line its edge. Your destination is Livingston village, which was formed in 1735 by a group of Haitians. You’ll tuck into a well-deserved lunch here and, once you’ve eaten, you’ll be taken on a tour of the village.
- SUITABILITY Large amount of physical activity.