Few tourists go to visit the region of Pedernales, a concentration of nature, history and Caribe completely outside the routes of massive tourism. Wild, pure and uncontaminated landscapes. This solution will introduce you to some of the most exclusive Caribbean Beaches (click here to watch the video), in an intimate and profound way. It will put you in contact with uncontaminated nature and with its splendid and varied fauna. It will introduce you to the simplicity, generosity and dignity of its inhabitants.
The Pedernales region is located at the south-western tip of the Dominican Republic, on the border with the state of Haiti. Few roads, rarefied towns, sites of interest often difficult to reach by land. In this exclusive solution we will have to make several kilometers to reach the region and experience the different places of interest. They will be two very intense days. We will sleep in an ecological hotel, eating typical foods of that region. We will, however, be rewarded with beaches, lagoons and unique panoramas throughout the Dominican Republic. We will be able to return to Bayahibe, and to your country, having experienced a profound experience.
This solution is carried out for groups of minimum 6 people. It may be a high-profile option for families, couples and groups of friends who want to add a touch of uniqueness to their trip to Bayahibe, perhaps alternating this experience with the life of a tourist village.
DAY 1: at about 6 am, we will leave Bayahibe, have breakfast in Santo Domingo and resume the journey.
During the journey:
We will visit the town of San Rafael. In the stretch of the highway we can enjoy breathtaking views. The village of San Rafael is instead known for the many Natural Pools created by the river that runs through the town.
We will pass from the village of Paraìso appreciated for its splendid beach, but also famous for one of the most beautiful basketball courts in the world, surrounded by tall palm trees and Caribbean transparent waters beyond the stands. We will arrive in Los Patos, where we will have lunch and stop off at a spectacular lagoon created by fresh water that gushes fresh from the mountain and then flows into the Caribbean Sea.
Visit to the Oviedo Lagoon, in the Parque National Jaragua. The reserve was created to host the largest colony of flamingos in the country, which dwells here for most of the year (in August the peak). Other species present: frigates, tanager terns of palms, roseate spoonbills, white herons and arrival at the ecological hotel in Pedernales, where we will dine and spend the night.
DAY 2: at about 8am breakfast and then departure. We will cross the whole Jaragua park, up to the village of Las Cuevas where we will take a boat to the Baya de las Aguilas.
Visit the Baya de las Aguilas, a pristine beach that still does not fit into any itinerary today. 10 km of deserted beach that extends, in a wide arc, between two headlands. Here we will have lunch after visiting Barahona and then return to Bayahibe.
The excursion takes from a minimum of 6 to a maximum of 15 people.
The month of August, thanks to the large presence of pink flamingos in the Oviedo lagoon, has a high demand and it is therefore advisable to book in advance.