Pedernales has one of the most significant scenic reserves in Dominican Republic. Its location is in the south-westernmost corner of the country which makes it profoundly a remote province. Imagine a place meandering coastal roads lined with enormous cacti and accentuated with some views of turquoise beaches. It is indeed such a gratifying experience of pure nature.
One of the must-see tourist destinations in Pedernales is Bahía de Las Águilas, or in English, it’s called “Bay of Eagles.” It is deemed as the crown jewel of Dominican beaches and is situated in Jaragua National Park. It has a picturesque landscape of cliffs that are untouched since Pre-Columbian times. Explore the best things to do; from cactus-studded desert to pristine beaches, name it, Pedernales has got it! And if you fancy a secluded beach, Bahía de Las Águilas is an excellent place to find one.
Another destination you shouldn’t miss is the breathtaking “Pozos Ecológicos” and their crystalline waters. It’s a very unique place in Pedernales with 3 ecological wells of crystal clear water. Take in the atmosphere – a perfect way to rejuvenate as you enjoy the rest of your visit in the beautiful province of Pedernales. It is also very accessible and just a few meters walk from the main road “Route 44”.
Alternatively, you may opt for an even more peaceful oasis and appreciate the natural beauty of this province’s wild surroundings. Traverse the mountains and visit Mencia gorge’s crystal-clear river that flourishes turquoise waters and immense roots that fall from the cliffs. Chill and relax or take a swim whilst you admire its sublime beauty. A truly impressive wonder of nature.
How to get there:
The tourist attractions in Pedernales is often part of tours from the Barahona province, which is located two hours away (approximately 135 kilometers or 84 miles). Explore the true Caribbean and book an amazing trip now through DomRepTour. Adventure is all in this tour! We guide you as you discover the best-kept secrets of the Dominican Republic!