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Nestled deep in the heart of urban Santo Domingo is probably the best kept national park in the country. Translated as The Three Eyes in Spanish, this park is tucked away in East Santo Domingo about 20 km away from the tourist hangout in Zona...More
Los Tres Ojos is absolutely beautiful! We learned so much about its history and enjoyed its breathtaking scenery. It is cheap to enter and is an amazing escape from the city. It will exceed your expectations.
I traveled into Santo Domingo with a group of high school students, and one of our stops was Los Tres Ojos. It was advertised as a cave exploration 'on the way back to our hotel'. I was surprised when we pulled off of a busy...More
When you get to Tres Ojos you won't believe what awaits below ground. It cost us 100 pesos to enter. Beautiful caves filled with the bluest waters. There is a short boat ride (pulled across by 2 men by ropes) to bring you to the...More
I would not have believed such a beautiful place could exist in a metropolitan area. The scenery of these three underground lakes will blow your mind. Well worth the $4 entrance fee and $.50 ferry fee to cross one of the underground lakes. Note, not...More
It’s hard to believe this place is in the middle of such a busy city. Once you go down the stairs you’re transported to a tranquil underground world. It was really beautiful. Be prepared to go up and down stairs and to sweat a lot....More