Parque Eólico, Barahona

The deep southwest of the Dominican Republic, known as “The Deep South”, is geographically disconnected from the main tourist destinations of the country, but those who approach will find that this remoteness has its benefits: the largest reserve of biodiversity and parks in the country , surfing beaches that attract athletes, waterfalls of fresh water that become recreational parks for swimming, bird watching paradises hidden between mountains and plantations that produce one of the best coffees in the country. Not surprisingly, this region is known as “The Pearl of the South.”

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