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National Park of the East

Bayahibe, Dominican Republic
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La Romana Shore Excursion: Special Saona Tour
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Bayahibe, Dominican Republic
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Reviewed 3 February 2017

I went for an early morning run from Dreams La Romana to the park. I felt a little guilty because on my way in and out there was no one manning the booth, so I didn't get a chance to pay my 100 pesos. There...More

Thank Pennerfamily
Reviewed 12 January 2017

A short 10 or so minute walk from the town of Bayahibe to the entrance of the Park, enjoy a hike through the park on well laid out trails, there is a small entry fee ($5usd last time I was there), also several underground caves...More

1  Thank PaulaG-Canada
Reviewed 1 January 2017 via mobile

We took a cab from Dominicus to Padre Nuestro, which is the "official" entrance to the path that leads to one of the three caves in the park. This cave is really cool, interesting looking, and with very beautiful completely clear spring water nice for...More

6  Thank MadisonFamily
Reviewed 28 December 2016

It seems like there are a few different areas of the park to visit. Clearly, you should go to Saona Island when you are in Bayahibe. We went and it was lovely. But we also went to visit the Padre Nuestro area which is very...More

4  Thank MargaretNicole
Reviewed 28 December 2016

We drove our rental scooters, down to the end of the road, to where the gate to this Park was indicated. Sketchy. A kind of dirt road ran into the woods, from the parking area, although calling it a 'road' is generous. Six of us...More

1  Thank MadGuy36
Reviewed 11 December 2016 via mobile

It was hard to get there with a small car because rain destroyed the road but when we get and meet our guide it was perfect. 1 hour fun with swim and dive in a cave, climbing at the end... fun

Thank G_Caba_Bo
Reviewed 14 November 2016

This was an incredible tour. Christine our tour guide was SUPERB!! She was informative and fun and helpful and just a wonderful person. It was all great but my favorite part would have to be swimming in the cave. An absolutely breathtaking awe-inspiring experience. Loved...More

Thank Tammie S
Reviewed 14 November 2016

Great trip hiking through the jungle to a cave of fresh water for swimming. So refreshing. Able to enjoy interesting facts about the culture and history of those families being relocated! Thanks to Christine for being such an excellent tour guide!!!

Thank Kristen H
Reviewed 9 November 2016

We went to this park as part of the Saona Island tour. It was breathtaking and a place I can't wait to go back to!

Thank dockery356
Reviewed 21 September 2016

Had a great time here stopping with Sharky's Dive Shop for a relaxing afternoon in the pool with an open bar on the boat. Doesn't get any better than this.

Thank Michael M
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Jay E
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Response from Rolf M | Reviewed this property |
There are marked trails that are pretty easy to follow but kind of rough. There is a Park Ranger who will come out and great you when you walk/drive up. He is plains clothes but really nice (does not speak english). The... More
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