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Our 8 Day Tour of the North-West will take you on an unforgettable adventure. You'll explore the ancient mysteries of Parque Haitises and be captivated by the stunning beaches and waterfalls of Samana, have sunset dinners in Cabarete, climb El Morro and ride along the borders to Haiti as well as explore the central mountains, Constanza, Valle Nuevo and the colonial part of the capital, Santo Domingo. This trip has it all and you can rest assured that you'll leave with more memories and impressions than you'd know what to do with :)

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Guided group-tour dates:

  • Nov 14 - Nov 24, 2024

  • Feb 21 - Mar 2, 2025

(10 days / 9 nights / 7 ride-days / 1 break-days)


Tour start & finish: Uvero Alto Plaza

Service-vehicle & back-up motorcycle: Yes.

Approx. distance: 1.701km / 1.011mi

Motorcycle: CF Moto 450MT, 2024

Accommodation level: Generally 3 - 4 stars hotels

Terrain type: Approx. 85% tarmac / 15% dirt

Group size: 2 - 10 participants (5 bikes)

Price, guided tour: $3.591/rider (+$1.796/passenger/van-tour)

Price, self-guided tour: $2.873/rider (+$958/passenger)


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Routes, hotels, activities etc. are planned ahead as well as subject to change.

We do our best to stick to the plan, but sometimes things happen out of our control and we need to improvise.

Day 1:

We pick you up from the airport and take you straight to our base in Uvero Alto where you'll spend the first day and night. During the first day we'll have a look at the bikes, talk about the tour, do the last paperwork etc. At night we can grab some food together and other than that, it's just a matter of getting ready!

Hotel: Uvero Alto

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Day 2:
Uvero Alto - Boca Chica

We have a fairly big 1st day of exploring the island ahead of us and the first big stop of the day is in Parque Haitises, where a private boat awaits us. We'll be taken through the beautiful mangroves and see the caves with ancient paintings. Following the boat trip, we set sails towards Boca Chica.

Hotel: Boca Chica

Distance: Approx. 227km / 142mi

Terrain: Approx. 97% tarmac / 3% dirt

Day 3:
Boca Chica - Las Galeras

Not the most thrilling start to the day, but maaaan is the ride in Samana worth it all. We'll be enjoying the small lush mountain roads, we'll vi checking out the impressive Cayo Linares, one of the most beautiful beaches called El Rincon - and finally, we'll enjoy our arrival at Las Galeras.

Hotel: Las Galeras

Distance: Approx 230km / 141km

Terrain: Approx. 88% tarmac / 12% dirt

Day 4:
Las Galeras - Puerto Plata

Waking up in las Galeras is a beautiful thing. We absolutely love this part of the island, but with more places to visit and more km's to clock, we have little time to waste. Our route today takes us by the magnificent waterfall El Limon and we'll continue through Las Terrenas on our way to Puerto Plata.

Hotel: Puerto Plata

Distance: Approx. 255km / 159mi

Terrain: Approx. 100% tarmac / 0% dirt

Day 5:
Puerto Plata (Break Day)

The break-day is spent in Puerto Plata as there is something to do for everyone. We suggest going together to do the cable car to an amazing viewpoint, slide through the 27 waterfalls of Damajagua or maybe some snorkeling or just chill at the hotel or beach? Many things to do and tomorrow awaits a big day.

Hotel: Puerto Plata

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Day 6:
Puerto Plata - Restauración

Fresh from a full day in and around Puerto Plata, we're mainly sticking to the coast line. Our ride today takes us to El Morro, Montecristi and if the timing allows us, we'll stop by a national bird park. En route to our final destination, Restauracion, we'll ride by the border city of Dajabon and many other small colorful villages.

Hotel: Restauración

Distance: Approx. 236km / 148mi

Terrain: Approx. 100% tarmac / 0% dirt

Day 7:
Restauracion - Constanza

I, personally, fell in love with the idea of doing tours on this stretch. It's one long beautiful gravelroad winding through small villages and the mountainviews are just unreal. We might stop by a local school with the nicest of people but other than that, today is a big ride day which brings us to the mountain city of Constanza. 

Hotel: Constanza

Distance: Approx. 249km / 156mi

Terrain: Approx. 61% tarmac / 39% dirt

Day 8:
Constanza - Santo Domingo

As today's route takes us into thin air, we're talking 2.400 meter / 7.800 feet of altitude and as we leave the agricultural landscape of Constanza we'll experience the raw beauty of Valle Nuevo before ultimately parking our bikes for the night in the colonial part of the country's capital, Santo Domingo.

Hotel: Santo Domingo

Distance: Approx. 219km / 137mi

Terrain: Approx. 58% tarmac / 42% dirt

Day 9:
Santo Domingo - Uvero Alto

Waking up in the capital of the country - and in the beautiful colonial part of it - is something pretty special. We'll have a nice breakfast and set sails for our 8th and final ride-day of this tour. We're talking a beautiful waterfall in Bayaguana, Hato Mayor, Miches and Uvero Alto where we started 9 days ago. 

Hotel: Uvero Alto

Distance: Approx. 207km / 129mi

Terrain: Approx. 77% tarmac / 23% dirt

Day 10:

If we didn't manage to wrap everything up, check the bikes, clear the deposit etc upon arrival yesterday, we're doing it today and we hope we all had an amazing time! Thanks for joining us at Dr. Moto Adventure and we look forward to having you back anytime soon again!

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The Dominican Republic is a true dual-sport paradise and with tons of beautiful things to see and experience, this bike is not only ideal for what we want to achieve - it's freaking perfect! It has a long range, incredible specs and coming out of the CF Moto factory (supplier of private label engines such as KTM and Kawasaki), we know it's up to par with any other bike out there.


Step-By-Step Registration Guide

  1. Fill out the form below and click "register now".

  2. We'll receive your request to register and will check on our end if we have the bike and spot(s) available as per your request.

  3. We reply and inform you of our availability (and potential alternatives) as well as further info to clear the deposit.

  4. Once you've cleared the deposit, we confirm that your spot and bike is reserved as per your request and we'll send you further info to clear the last payment. 


When handing over your motorcycle for the tour, we will go through the bike and assure that everything is fully functional as well as register any given dents or scratches before you're asked to sign a Waiver of Liability. You'll also be asked for a security-deposit to cover any given damages to the bikes. This deposit will be refunded immediately after the end of the tour and the bike has been assessed that no parts need to be replaced. In the case that the bike is clearly damaged and/or very dirty, we reserve the right to withhold the security-deposit up to 3 days to assess the bike. Broken parts due to crashes will be changed as soon as possible and the corresponding amount deducted from the security-deposit.


  • A valid minimum 2-year old motorcycle drivers license

  • Passport or photo ID

  • Valid credit/debit card

  • A refundable security-deposit of $1.500

  • 50% of total cost paid in advance to make a booking

  • Further Terms and Conditions apply


In all tours (guided group-tours and self-guided tours):

  • Airport transfer (to & from PUJ airport) on arrival & departure days (pick-up from Santo Domingo Airport optional for +$200/way, see more)

  • Welcome goodie-bag

  • Tour booklet (PDF) with day by day plans

  • Rental motorcycle

  • Basic motorcycle insurance

  • Saddlebags and/or tankbag

  • Shared hotel room with breakfast (private room upgrade available for +$100/night, see more)

In guided group-tours only:

  • Guaranteed departures according to calendar at minimum 2 riders

  • Service-vehicle & back-up motorcycle (see more)

  • Fuel

  • Experienced multilingual guide

  • Admission fees & activities according to the itinerary


  • International/national flights

  • Personal travel, medical and cancellation insurances

  • Broken/lost/damaged parts

  • Activities outside of the itinerary

  • Motorcycle riding gear

  • Food & beverages, except for breakfast

  • Gratuities

  • Everything not listed in the tour itinerary or in the "Included" section



There's no-one size fits all and although we have multiple unique tours, maybe you just want to do something different. Let us know and we'll figure it out.



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