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The 3 Eyes National Park

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The 3 Eyes National Park

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Saona Island Paradise From Punta Cana

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Travel from Punta Cana to Saona Island, a showstopper among the Dominican Republic’s off-shore islands. Get there with a quick and easy speedboat and return at a more leisurely pace aboard a spacious catamaran that includes music and an open bar. Start your all-inclusive, full-day outing with pickup at your hotel.
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Luardg wrote a review Oct. 2020
Buenos Aires, Argentina64 contributions18 helpful votes
If you visit Santo Domingo, you should set a morning aside for this place. An absolutely gogeous gem
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Date of experience: March 2020
Alejandro M wrote a review Oct. 2020
Auburn Hills, Michigan9 contributions7 helpful votes
I should say that if you were never been in this kind of lakes or "cenote" what is called in Mexico, then you will love this ones, are well conserved and are 4 of them in just a single place, the only is that you cannot swim so not get your swimsuit if you thought that you can.
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Date of experience: October 2020
LuizDutraNeto wrote a review Sep. 2020
Rio de Janeiro, RJ8,501 contributions1,521 helpful votes
The "Monumento Natural Cueva Los Tres Ojos", also known as "Parque Nacional Los Tres Ojos", is probably the most visited attraction in Santo Domingo! The caves and lagoons were discovered about a hundred years ago and are really breathtaking! A winding staircase leads visitors to a series of limestone caves. An underground river - "La Brujuela - feeds freshwater to three interconnected lagoons, locally called "eyes" for their eye-oval-shapes. The first one, "Lago de Azufre", is famous for its blue waters (due to the presence of calcium minerals in its composition and not due to sulphurous waters, as initially believed), stalactites and stalagmites. Then comes "Lago La Nevera", named after its cold waters. The third "eye", "Lago Las Damas", the shallowest one, was mostly used by women and children. Years later, a fourth lake was discovered, but unlikely the other "eyes", this one is not underground, but open-air and surrounded by a rocky landscape and lush vegetation. It is called "Lago Los Zaramagullones" after some native ducks, and is the deepest one, with beautiful small fishes swimming on its crystal clear waters. Take your time and visit the park, its caves and lakes. You will never regret! Enjoy!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Cody wrote a review Jun. 2020
Fort Worth, Texas49 contributions2 helpful votes
A beautiful place to relax and spend time appreciating natures wonders. Need a place to cool down while you are in the city? This is the place. Refreshments and souvenirs available too.
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Date of experience: July 2019
Denisa B wrote a review Mar. 2020
49 contributions30 helpful votes
Went there on a tour with Pedro, He was the sweetest guide ever. Going up and down the steps all day is probably not easy. The caves are beyond unreal, so gorgeous! It is a must in Santo Domingo. Had we known about the fourth eye before organising the Santo Domingo tour we would’ve organised a visit there as well, I’m sure it’s even more amazing. Shame we didn’t have enough time but if I ever get the chance again, definetly!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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