Nature

in La Romana

 
 
The smallest of the islands off the shore of Bayahíbe; popular for its crystal clear waters year round, and its abundance of marine life and coral reefs.
Beaches, Family-Friendly, Islands + Cayes, National Parks + Protected Areas
This is one of the most cave riddled and adventure-packed national parks in the DR counting more than 500 flora species, 300 types of birds, and long stretches of white beaches and islands.
Family-Friendly, National Parks + Protected Areas, Wildlife Spotting
This cave houses hundreds of well-preserved Taino pictographs and petroglyphs dating back thousands of years, and impressive samples of stalactites and stalagmites.
Caving, Ecotourism, Excursions, Family-Friendly, Iconic Sights, National Parks + Protected Areas
Cueva del Chicho is one of the most outstanding underground caves; its aquamarine, sparkling fresh waters draw many hikers and it also holds numerous petroglyphs.
Caving, Cenotes + Springs, Ecotourism, Excursions, Family-Friendly, National Parks + Protected Areas
The Caves of Peñón reveal the richest underwater marine life in Bayahíbe. The sea flows through this series of dramatic, rugged caverns lined along the western edge of Cotubanamá National Park.
Caving, Ecotourism, Excursions, Family-Friendly, National Parks + Protected Areas
One of the most accessible caves, located inside the Cotubanamá National Park—there are over 400 of them— Cueva del Puente reveals a three-level chamber with stalactites, stalagmites, Taino pictographs, and numerous bats.
Caving, Ecotourism, Excursions, Family-Friendly, National Parks + Protected Areas
Catalina is popular for water sports, particularly diving and snorkeling. Portions of the beach welcome cruise ship excursions, but the entire stretch is open for the public to enjoy.
Beaches, Boating Attractions, Ecotourism, Excursions, Family-Friendly, Islands + Cayes, National Parks + Protected Areas, Scuba Diving + Snorkeling
Saona’s picture-perfect beaches attract more visitors than all of the DR’s national parks combined. A protected site and part of Cotubanamá National Park, the island is a dream tropical escape.
Beaches, Boating Attractions, Ecotourism, Excursions, Family-Friendly, Islands + Cayes, National Parks + Protected Areas
Hike through a lush, protected forest where you can bird watch, spot native plants, and dip in cool fresh springs in underground caves.
Ecotourism, Excursions, Family-Friendly, Hiking, Iconic Sights, National Parks + Protected Areas, Wildlife Spotting
A secluded, undeveloped white sand beach punctuated with rows of palm trees, and facing a wide, shallow turquoise natural pool, Palmilla is the ultimate Caribbean paradise.
Beaches, Boating Attractions, Family-Friendly, National Parks + Protected Areas
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