Begins Cayo Levantado facilites construction.

Samana tourism cluster is established.

Donation of trash bins for the town of Samana.

FCCA training in Samana.

Green Globe Certification of CS Adventures.

Creation of an information and taxi dispatch booth.
Historical Walking Tour

Walking is an ideal way of getting closer to Samana, its history and its present. After a short walk from the pier you'll arrive at the Central Park, where your knowledgeable guide will provide you with interesting information about Samana's colourful past and culture.

Afterwards, you will begin the pleasant walk around the town center. You will pass by the old tower clock with its bell before you get to a Samana icon: La Churcha. La Churcha was built in England where it was unassembled and then reassembled piece by piece by the first American freedmen who arrived in Samana in the 1860s.

Your next stop will be the Coat of Arms Park, with its memorial stone commemorating the foundation of the City of Samana and surrounded by a code of arms of each of the 30 provinces of the country. Back in Central Park, a folkloric music group will delight you while you enjoy a refreshing soft drink. Then you will have some time for shopping, grab a bite to eat or simply to enjoy Samana's wonderful bay view before returning to the pier.

Note: Participants must be able to walk without assistance.

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