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Puerto Plata: Damajagua Waterfalls Full-Day Adventure63 Reviews
Experience an adrenaline adventure at the limestone rocks of the Dominican Republic's Damajagua Waterfalls and dive into cool natural pools. Swim in mysterious caves, hike through a tropical rainforest, and slide down natural waterslides.
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- Walk an interpretative hiking trail exploring one-of-a-kind wildlife of the tropical forests
- Discover the fascinating Damajagua Waterfalls, carved in the limestone
- Dive into refreshing crystal-clear water
- Somersault down natural waterslides
- Plunge into a natural swimming pool
DescriptionEnjoy an unforgettable adventure at the waterfalls of Damajagua in the Dominican Republic, located at the confluence of emerald waters, deep in a tropical rainforest of the Cordillera Septentrional. 27 refreshing waterfalls have been chiseled by Mother Nature’s celestial mallet. Ideal for visitors who like to commune with nature, while experiencing an adrenaline-fuelled day, you will hop on the back of a safari-style truck, where a team of experienced guides and drivers await. Note that only 12 of the 27 waterfalls will be visited, since doing the 27 waterfalls would take greater physical preparation. After a short safety briefing, glide across the natural water springs, bathing in heavenly caves. Flanked by the whistling of exotic birdlife, and the banks of the Damajagua River, the rustling of the streams arouse a state of stillness. A labyrinth of tunnels and chutes are scattered around the waterfalls, some reaching heights of up to 13 feet. Somersault with the grace of aquatic birds, as your guide keep a watchful eye. Walk an interpretative rainforest trail to come face-to-face with Mother Earth, and wildlife waits to be greeted. Leap headfirst, swimming crossways, and sliding down natural waterslides. Explore unpredictable falls, with teasing names like “La Virgen” and “La Tinajita.” “La Virgen” holds Taino legends, where the aborigines built a statue of pebbles that paid homage to the Virgin of Altagracia, perhaps becoming the first worshippers of the Patron Saint of the Dominican people. After a typical buffet-style lunch, head towards the small town of Imbert and visit a local market where you can purchase artisan products and crafts bearing a distinct Dominican hallmark.
IncludesTransportation from and to your hotel by safari truck Experienced guides Buffet lunch Equipment and instruction
- Please note, only 12 of the 27 waterfalls will be visited and they are subject to water condition