Mountain Biking

Cittadine collinari, villaggi montani e riserve naturali offrono numerose opportunità per la mountain bike. A Cabarete guide esperte condurranno gli irriducibili dell’avventura lungo diversi percorsi di varia difficoltà all’interno del parco nazionale di El Choco, tra cui un intenso percorso di 50 chilometri per mettere alla prova la propria resistenza. Da Jarabacoa a Constanza, le strade tortuose e prove di traffico che delimitano le piantagioni sono ideali da esplorare in mountain bike, con fiumi e cascate dove rinfrescarsi lungo il percorso. Il parco nazionale Cotubanamá di Bayahíbe, che si estende a ridosso delle spiagge di sabbia bianca della città, rivela un carattere mistico con i sentieri che conducono a grotte al cui interno sgorga acqua di sorgente.

Le mountain bike, complete dei necessari dispositivi di protezione, sono disponibili durante tutto l’anno nelle principali località turistiche o tramite i tour operator specializzati in viaggi avventura.

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Allaccia il casco, monta in sella e conquista i panoramici sentieri di montagna o i percorsi alla volta delle antiche caverne dei Taino, nel cuore dei parchi nazionali dominicani.

La cascata di Aguas Blancas, la più elevata nell’intera regione caraibica, precipita per 83 metri per poi creare una grande piscina color giada, circondata da alti pini ed ebani verdi. Una serie di passerelle e una piattaforma in legno consentono di ammirare la cascata da una distanza ravvicinata e di scendere verso le piscine inferiori.
Il Parco Nazionale El Choco offre un mondo di meraviglie naturali. Visita il parco a piedi o in mountain bike, nuota nelle fresche acque delle lagune ed esplora le sue grotte. Distribuito su circa 78 chilometri quadrati, il parco presenta una manciata di sentieri da percorrere a piedi che conducono nella fitta foresta tropicale, tra le piantagioni di cacao e di caffè e all’interno di grotte risalenti a milioni di anni fa.
Puerto Plata
È bello girare in bicicletta per le scenografiche vallate di Constanza, tra campi coltivati e stradine di campagna. L’intera area sembra fatta apposta per la mountain bike. Lanciati in slalom tra le piantagioni!
Dai lussureggianti parchi naturali immersi tra le montagne, ai sentieri in mezzo alla foresta che conducono alle grotte; dalle strade collinari, alle piantagioni di caffè: Barahona offre l’ambiente ideale per la mountain bike.
Chilometri di strade sterrate lungo la vecchia El Choco Road e all’interno del Parco nazionale protetto di El Choco rendono Cabarete la meta ideale per gli appassionati di mountain bike. Esiste anche un percorso ciclistico impegnativo lungo 50 chilometri.
Puerto Plata
La bicicletta è il mezzo ideale per raggiungere le cascate della zona, il parco della Confluencia o semplicemente per ammirare i magnifici dintorni, tra splendide distese verdi e viste sulle imponenti vette della Cordillera Central.
Celebre per le eccezionali opportunità di birdwatching e trekking montano, il parco della Valle Nuevo è uno dei gioielli di Constanza. Posto a un’altitudine di oltre 2.200 metri sul livello del mare, il parco ospita più di 500 specie di piante, di cui 138 endemiche, oltre a numerose specie di anfibi e farfalle.


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