Santo Domingo
Ave. España, frente al Acuario Nacional,
Santo Domingo Este, República Dominicana
  • 3 days
  • 1 suggested camping spot
  • 2 suggested stops
  • Activity options

Overview

Embark on an exciting journey through stunning landscapes of dry grass and arid climates, where you'll discover the most popular resorts in the South. Although this is our longest route, we assure you that every moment will be worth it. As we skirt the border with Haiti, we'll come across Pedernales, home to one of the most famous beaches in the entire Dominican Republic: the magnificent Bahía de las Águilas! During our stay in Cabo Rojo, we will enjoy a unique experience by camping along its shores. From there, a short boat ride of less than 20 minutes will take us to the warm, crystal-clear waters of Bahía de las Águilas. You'll be amazed by the fine, white sand of the beach as you immerse yourself in a completely pristine and remote environment. The absence of pollution and the tranquility that prevails in this paradise make it an even more special destination. Get ready to savor the unparalleled natural beauty of Bahía de las Águilas, where you can relax on its deserted beaches, explore its crystal-clear waters, and marvel at the serenity of the surroundings. This journey will allow you to immerse yourself in the purity and magic of the Dominican nature.

Day 1
7:00 am – Departure time
10:30 am – Larimar Shop (Barahona)
11:30 am – Los Patos (Barahona)
12:00 pm – Lunch (Los Patos, Barahona)
6:00 pm – Camping at Los Patos

Day 2
12:00 pm – Bahía de las Águilas
6:30 pm – Camping at Cueva de los Pescadores (Pedernales)

Day 3
8:30 am – Romeo’s Pools (Pedernales)
9:00 am – Salado Stream (Pedernales)
11:00 am – San Rafael (Barahona)
1:30 pm – El Barco Restaurant (Azua)
6:00 pm – Santo Domingo

Cueva de los Pescadores, located on the southern coast of the Dominican Republic in Pedernales, is a magical place that will transport you to an underground world filled with wonders. This hidden treasure is worth exploring.

As you venture into Cueva de los Pescadores, you’ll encounter impressive rock formations and hanging stalactites that create a captivating atmosphere. As you go further into the cave, you’ll discover narrow passages and underground chambers, each with its own unique beauty.

What makes this cave most fascinating is its direct connection to the sea. Inside, you’ll witness crystal-clear waters that seep through openings, creating a breathtaking scene. It’s not uncommon to spot local fishermen navigating small boats within the cave, adding a picturesque touch to this mesmerizing landscape.

In addition to its natural beauty, Cueva de los Pescadores holds significant cultural significance. For generations, it has been used by local fishermen as a refuge and as a starting point for their maritime expeditions. Exploring this cave allows you to immerse yourself in the history and lifestyle of the local fishermen.

If you’re seeking a unique and off-the-beaten-path experience in Pedernales, you must visit Cueva de los Pescadores. Get ready to be amazed by its natural beauty, its direct connection to the sea, and its cultural significance. Discover the hidden secrets underground and allow yourself to be captivated by the magic of this unique cave!

Restaurant La Roca (Barahona)
At La Roca, located in Barahona, you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy a unique culinary experience. This restaurant stands out for its cozy atmosphere and friendly service. Their menu offers a wide variety of authentic regional dishes, prepared with fresh and flavorful ingredients. From fresh seafood to traditional Dominican dishes, La Roca invites you to explore the typical flavors of the area while immersing yourself in its rustic charm. Additionally, you can enjoy a stunning ocean view while savoring your meal, adding a special touch to your gastronomic experience.

El Barco (Azua)
El Barco in Azua is another recommended spot for food enthusiasts. This restaurant, known for its lively atmosphere and excellent service, offers a wide selection of dishes that will delight your palate. From fresh seafood to grilled meats and traditional Dominican dishes, El Barco has something to satisfy every taste. Furthermore, its location near the sea provides the opportunity to enjoy beautiful views while relishing your delicious dishes.

Dunas de Baní
A unique landscape of sand dunes that stretch as far as the eye can see. These dunes, sculpted by wind and time, create a breathtaking landscape and offer the opportunity to enjoy exciting activities like sandboarding.

Laguna Rincón
You’ll witness a beautiful oasis of calm waters surrounded by lush vegetation. You can relax by its shores, swim in its crystal-clear waters, or simply enjoy the serenity of the environment.

Malecón de Barahona
Awaits you with its coastal charm. This boardwalk offers panoramic views of the ocean and a vibrant atmosphere. Take a leisurely stroll along the malecón, savor local restaurants and bars, and be captivated by the energy of this place.

Bahía de las Águilas
One of the highlights of your route, with its sugar-white sands and turquoise waters, this paradisiacal beach is considered one of the most beautiful in the world. Immerse yourself in its crystal-clear waters, bask in the sun, and admire the unparalleled beauty of this place.

Los Pozos de Romeo
Enjoy refreshing baths in its crystal-clear waters. These natural pools are the perfect place to escape the heat and connect with nature. Take a revitalizing dip while surrounded by stunning rock formations.

La Laguna de Oviedo
Abundant biodiversity. Take a boat tour of this lagoon and admire the numerous birds, reptiles, and aquatic plants that inhabit it. Don’t miss the opportunity to observe the pink flamingos, one of the highlights of this place.

Arroyo Salado
This beautiful stream invites you to enjoy a refreshing dip in its crystal-clear waters surrounded by lush vegetation. Relax in the shade of the trees and let yourself be carried away by the tranquility of the environment.

El Parque Eólico Los Cocos
A fascinating stop that allows you to learn about renewable energy and admire the majestic wind turbines that dominate the landscape. Enjoy panoramic views and learn about the importance of energy sustainability.

Los Patos de Barahona
A charming small fishing village. Here, you can enjoy delicious fresh seafood and get to know the daily life of the local fishermen. Immerse yourself in the culture and traditions of this coastal community.

Villa Miriam
An oasis of tranquility and relaxation. Enjoy its beautiful gardens, natural pools, and serene atmosphere. Relax and recharge before continuing your adventure.

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