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All reviews boat ride fourth lake tres ojos natural wonder small boat beautiful caves tour guide pesos per person feed the fish beautiful place to visit small fee blue water taxi driver entrance fee worth the trip visiting santo domingo dominican republic
No, you have not died and gone to Heaven. You are standing in the middle of a big Caribbean city and major tourist destination and all of it is for real. The landscapers have superbly set out a series of interconnecting stairways and paths to...More
We took an Uber to visit the park and it was only one of a few attractions we were able to see in Santo Domingo due to our schedule. While at the park, we hired a guide, Esteban, for $20US for the two of us...More
Don’t wear too many layers of clothing and wear comfortable shoes. Our guide Nicholas was very knowledgeable and patient, told us a lot of history about the four lakes and was our very own photographer. It’s something to experience here in Santo Domingo
Like others reviewers I skipped getting a guide - just be sure to keep 25 pesos per person for the short boat ride, it’s worth it.
The caves are magnificent and the entire area is very peaceful.
It is easy to get to via Uber...More
One of Santo Domingo’s famous destinations is the Cave of the Three Eyes (Los Tres Ojos), a limestone cave with three lakes (fresh water lagoons). To reach the lakes, you have to walk down a somewhat long, precarious stairs cut in the side of the...More
Only 15 minutes away from colonial zone via Uber. Entry costs 200 pesos ($4USD) at the door, and 25 pesos (50 cents USD) for the cave boat ride. Skip the "tour guide" offers, which were anywhere between 500-1,000 pesos per person. The sights were breathtaking,...More
This was our fav park. Its Its beautifully maintained. We had an awesome guide. They close around 4:30 pm. There are alot of stairs so be ready to climb. There are actually 4 lagoons so make sure you get to see all of them. There...More
I would say no but perhaps you can call the ticket office and see if they will store it for you. Why not store it in your vehicle? Perhaps you can contact the digital newspaper at delazonaoriental at hotmail