Must see lakes and lagoons of Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic has been gifted with mesmerizing landscapes and wonderful climate to complement the greenery. If you have the chance of doing eco-tourism in the island, don't miss the opportunity to visit the lakes and lagoons near you.

Limón lagoon and Redonda
Redonda and Limón Lagoon are natural reserves in the northeast region protected in order to preserve the endemic species of plants and animals in the country. Limón lagoon has a large variety of floating aquatic plants exclusive of the area and a diverse population of marine animals and birds. This is a wonderful and educational site to visit with the family.

Ojos indigenas (indigenous eyes)
This is a protected area consisting of lowland subtropical forest of land dedicated to conservation and recreation. This amazing lagoons have crystal clear waters that visitors can enjoy while swimming among friendly fish and turtles.

Blue Lagoon
Laguna Gri Gri (or Blue lagoon) is located in the north region of the Dominican Republic on the Rio San Juan Municipal district. In 1958 the lagoon was just a spring connecting to the sea, but in that year an earthquake flooded the area with underground waters that now we know as this gorgeous lagoon.

Enriquillo Lagoon
is a hypersaline lake in the Dominican Republic located in the southwestern region of the country. Its waters are shared between the provinces of Bahoruco and Independencia, the latter of which borders Haiti. Lake Enriquillo is the largest lake and the lowest elevation in the Caribbean.

Los Tres Ojos (the three eyes)
This limestone cave located in Santo Domingo Este, is one of the most visited tourist attractions in the country. The site was created centuries ago as a result of tectonic fractures when underground caves collapsed, forming a bowl-shaped depression which subsequently filled with water.