Bahía de las Águilas
Bahía de las Águilas is the kind of beach that fantasies are made of. Considered the most beautiful beach of the Dominican Republic, it takes part of the National Park of Jaragua. Bahia de las Aguilas is reachable only by off-road vehicle or boat, from Santo Domingo it take 4 hours.
No hotels, stores or restaurants. Completely deserted, just nature at its best. White sand beaches and crystal clear water. Long like a dozen of kilometers it is populated by docile iguanas and colony of birds whereas in the sea it won’t be difficult to meet majestic turtles and colorful fishes.
This is paradise on Earth.
Isolated shores, wide, gravel and sandy beaches, steep rocks and limitless savannahs. The province of Barahona is situated on the Southwest of the Dominican Republic.
Gorgeous but not crowded bays, limitless landscapes, large lakes populated by fane copters, cocodrills, and colibrís. It is another face of the Dominican Republic, far away from all-inclusive resorts and busy destinations.
Known for its white-sand beach, Cabo Rojo got its name from the presence of bauxite in the area. It is one of the most popular beaches of this region, because of its breathtaking views. The waters are home to some of the Caribbean Sea’s best-preserved coral reefs, providing a breeding ground for manatees and turtles. A unique place with a unique fauna.
Playa San Rafael
Playa San Rafael is the nearest beach to Barahona. On the road between Barahona and San Rafael you lost in the picturesque views of the way. San Rafael is a nice village with very lovely people and little restaurants near the coast. The beach is quiet and relaxing, only get a bit crowded during the weekend when people from the capital cames to relax on this beautiful relaxing beach.