Barahona is a region that relatively maintains its beaches, virgin. The area is known as “El Sur Profundo” (The Deep South) and if you explore this area, you will find that this remoteness has its advantages: the largest biodiversity reserve and parks in the Dominican Republic, surfing beaches that attract enthusiasts of this activity, natural waterfalls and a true paradise for the birds sighting between mountains.
You can explore, from colorful prints with endemic and exotic birds, such as pink flamingos, to a flora that changes abruptly with different varieties of species.
You will approach a landscape of a fishing village with its colorful wooden boats already corroded by the sea and the breeze; as well views of mountain chains that seem to come from the sky and fall into the brilliant turquoise Caribbean Sea while you travel the panoramic coastal road Barahona-Enriquillo.
The Barahona province with an area of around 7,000 square kilometers, is a paradise of nature and wildlife, with multiple attractions that can keep you busy for days.
The Sierra de Bahoruco National Park, which is part of the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, offers several ecosystems from dry forests to cloud forests that rise more than 2,000 meters, where unique animal species find their homes.
You will discover rivers that emanate crystal clear water that serve as a differentiating element in such a dry environment and promotes wildlife, these fluvial reach until you find stone sand beaches, with high cliffs providing a unique coast like no other in the Dominican Republic.
Explore Barahona! Discover the stunning scenery that offers and enjoy its beaches with crystal clear waters!