Canyoning e Calate su Corda

Facilmente raggiungibili, avventurosi canyoning e calate su corda attendono i visitatori tra le fitte foreste pluviali, le cascate nascoste, le colline rocciose coperte di vegetazione. Spesso i due sport sono abbinati per regalare ai più audaci un’esperienza ad alto tasso di adrenalina, alla scoperta del magnifico paesaggio dominicano. A Puerto Plata, capitale dell’avventura, guide esperte ti condurranno nella gola di un fiume per calate da 46 metri e tuffi da 18 metri in acque cristalline. A Jarabacoa lo scenario si fa ancora più impervio nei canyon delle cascate di Baiguate.

Sia nelle regioni centrali che settentrionali, canyoning e calate su corda sono accessibili da tutte le località balneari e in qualsiasi periodo dell’anno, grazie al clima mite in altitudine.

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Canyoning e Calate su Corda
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Calati nei letti dei fiumi, tuffati nelle cascate o nelle piscine naturali di acqua dolce color smeraldo da un’altezza di 18 metri!

 
 
Fiore all’occhiello di Puerto Plata, le cascate 27 Charcos of Damajagua offrono un’escursione di una giornata immersi nella fitta foresta, attraversando a piedi ponti e numerose specie di flora per raggiungere la vetta di una collina rocciosa, da dove scenderai saltando o scivolando lungo le acque di una serie di cascate!
Puerto Plata
Visitare la cascata di El Limón ti porterà ad intraprendere un avventuroso viaggio di 2,5 km attraverso una fitta foresta, a cavallo o a piedi, su lussureggianti terreni collinari, immersi in una fauna e flora rigogliose. Si può raggiungere la cascata anche in canyoning, attraverso il fiume El Limón.
Samaná
Completamente fuori dai sentieri battuti, tre cascate sfociano in piscine naturali di un profondo color azzurro, conosciute anche come la “Piscina di Dio”. Vivrai un’escursione della durata di un’ora e potrai assistere alla tipica vita dei villaggi di Puerto Plata, oltre che risalire una serie di formazioni rocciose nell’area di Charcos de los Militares, con piscine naturali alimentate dai fiumi.
Puerto Plata
Sfida le tue abilità con un totale di 6 cascate e 12 calate fino a 10 metri di altezza, all’interno della traversata di un fiume della durata di 2 ore alle cascate di Ciguapa. Prima di partire per questa spedizione tra le acque di fiumi e cascate, questa escursione ti porterà ad attraversare a piedi anche la fitta foresta.
Puerto Plata
Con una forma simile ad un fungo, tondeggiante all’estremità superiore e progressivamente più ristretto, questo canyon offre una entusiasmante giornata di canyoning e calata su corda nei freschi fiumi di Cabarete.
Puerto Plata
La cascata perfetta e una piscina naturale color giada: è questo il Salto de Baiguate, una caduta di 25 metri nascosta all’interno di una stretta gola, raggiungibile scendendo una serie di gradini in legno che portano direttamente nell’acqua.
Jarabacoa

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