Every time we go in search of the attractions and natural resources offered by the country, both for nationals and foreigners, it is impossible to remember the expression that served as an advertisement for a long time: “Dominican Republic has it all”.
Yes, it is an island rich in natural resources and, of course, waterfalls are one of the protagonists, both for their importance in the preservation of the environment, as well as for the fun they provide to their users.
And in a country like ours, where it is summer practically all year round, it is difficult to resist the temptation of seeing one of these waterfalls and not take a nice dip.
Aguas Blancas waterfall.
This aquiferous beauty, approximately 35 meters high, is located in Jarabacoa, in the north of the country, where it is accessed after walking a trail of about 1.5 kilometers.
La Jalda Waterfall
It is located in Miches, El Seibo province. It is a park created by decree 571-09 with the purpose of conserving the rainforest in the northern zone of the Eastern Cordillera or Sierra de El Seibo.
This is located a few kilometers from Bayaguana, in the province of Monte Plata.
It is one of the must-visits in this province, as it is one of the most spectacular attractions of the Dominican Republic, which is not only sand and beach, but also has several options for enjoyment and relaxation nestled in the mountains.
It is in Bonao, it is wonderful for its waterfalls that form natural pools when falling.
It is on the outskirts of the city of Bonao, near the famous Jima River, which rises in the scientific reserve Las Neblinas and flows into the Camu River.
This waterfall has the characteristic of being formed by a group of twelve waterfalls and natural spas.
It was declared a natural monument in August 2009, in order to preserve and recognize its great aquifer importance and the biodiversity of the area.
Salto de Aguas Blancas Waterfall
This beauty is located in the Juan Bautista Pérez Rancier National Park, known as Valle Nuevo, 20 kilometers from Constanza, in the province of La Vega.
Constanza is about 150 kilometers from Santo Domingo, and from there it takes about an hour to reach the waterfall. It is formed by two waterfalls, which are considered to be the highest in the Caribbean with a drop of more than 83 meters.
El Berro Waterfall
Located in Bonao, it is one of the tours that can be easily done due to its proximity to the capital city. This spectacular waterfall impresses with its water flow.
If you are interested in visiting this or any of the waterfalls mentioned in this story, we recommend you plan your route to either the north, east or south and enjoy these relaxing water resources that the Dominican Republic has to offer.