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We walked here from Bayahibe. I had been told a guide was mandatory, but when we started, we didn't see anybody. It's a short hike buts little muddy. The maps make it very clear where you are. If you want to see the caves, you...More
One of the most beautiful places I have ever been. $5 per person to get in, but well worth it, we cancelled the azul hoyo eco tour in PC and did this instead, WELL WORTH IT! The water was SOOOO clear probably 50' to the...More
we got to la romana in a cruise ship and decide to adventure on our own to the padre nuestro caves so we walk like 10 minutes from the port to the bus station across the bridge, pay $2 per person one way, then travel...More
I really liked the location - easy to get there by a public transport, both from Dominicus and Bayahibe.
Very nice for a walk with kids, as the trail is clearly marked. Cactus forest is fascinating and views are great.
The cave with water is...More
After a hot 10 minute walk in a true Caribbean forest, you come down to a cave in the middle of nowhere. After a 2 min, careful, descent you get to a crystal clear pool of fresh water. What a sight. And what a swim....More
We happened to stumble on to this place by the recommendation of our hotel-Gregorio at Cadaques in Bayahibe. Our afternoon plans fell apart. We were looking for something to do and he suggested this park. Lidia the tour guide happened to stay after. She was...More
I would like to share with all of you an awe-inspiring experience I recently had in one of many travels. This year I decided to go back to Dominicus in the Eastern coastline of the Dominican Republic (close to the majestic city of La Romana),...More