Located in the southeast part of the Dominican Republic, besides being an ecological reserve, this park possesses archaeological importance as well. With an area mostly comprised of a tropical and subtropical rainforest, it includes the Saona Island and hosts a vast range of endemic flora, as well as endangered fauna such as manatees and bottlenose dolphins. Likewise, this park includes important archaeological sites including Taino (the indigenous peoples Columbus came upon in 1492) artifacts and drawings.
- Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
Parks, Gardens & Cemeteries