Explore the Ojo Indígena Eco-Park on a 2.5-hour small group tour from Punta Cana. With a guide, you’ll walk along nature trails, observe local plants and animals and learn about the cultural and historical significance of the area. Visit an orchard with many local fruit trees and a sugar cane exhibition. Visit the zoo and the iguana and swim in the park’s freshwater river. Transportation to and from the hotel in Punta Cana is included.
What are the best routes in Indigenous Eyes Park?
The interior of Hispaniola is particularly charming. Its location away from the coast, offers a totally unique experience, rarely seen by visitors. Excursions to Punta Cana include many attractions such as waterfalls and Dominican caves, as well as horseback riding and other activities. Don’t miss the opportunity to combine these activities with a visit to the Ojo Indigena Ecopark. This short course is suitable for all ages and is ideal for family trips. If you are looking for an adrenaline rush, be sure to visit the Cueva Fun caves during your holiday on the island.
What exactly makes the park so impressive?
Exploring the caves requires stamina, but the stalagmites, stalactites and small underground lakes are well worth the trip. The park is located on private land, but is open to the public all year round for a fee. There are many hiking trails and a dense rainforest, so a day in nature is breathtaking. This picturesque place has more than a dozen lagoons with crystal clear waters where you can swim to your heart’s content. For those who want to get in touch with nature, the park’s trails are a good place to start. The three-kilometre trails are relatively easy and suitable for the whole family.
What are the park’s main tourist attractions?
The walks will take you past the birds and lizards that live in the area and give you the opportunity to discover the flora of the reserve, which has over 500 endemic plant species. The natural beauty of this unique place will amaze you, if only for a moment. At the end of the visit, you can take a swim in the crystal clear lagoon. The name of the nature reserve refers to all this. A visit to an exhibition on the natural and cultural history of the Dominican Republic will enhance your day.