Dominican Republic Ecotourism and Lodging
Caribbean – Dominican Republic Ecotourism and Lodging
About twenty five percent of the Dominican Republic’s land and coastline is protected as national parks, reserves and sanctuaries. They have 19 national parks, many forest reserves, natural monuments and wildlife refuges.
The Dominican Republic created the Marine Mammal Sanctuary for Humpback Whales in 1962. From January through March is a great time to visit. Up to 5,000 whales migrate to the northern coast for the warm waters during that time.
The 27 Waterfalls of Damajagua is a series of falls reaching a height of forty three feet and having 27 rock pools and waterfalls.
Below is an image from one of our Dominican Republic Eco Lodges, Tubagua Plantation Eco Lodge, to give you a preview of what it’s like there.
Please go here Dominican Republic Eco Lodges to see our Dominican Republic Eco Lodges.