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Live it up in Jarabacoa

Salto Baiguate:

A waterfall of about 25 meters high, which creates beautiful bathing spots for your enjoyment. Its route along the river, through tropical vegetation, is a good option to spend a relaxing and refreshing day in Jarabacoa, contemplating the natural beauty of the landscape.

Salto Jimenoa I y II:

Natural monument consisting of two waterfalls, 60 and 40 meters high, separated by 500 meters.

Walk the ecological routes and trails that extend through mountains and plains that border the river, feeding the majestic waterfalls and crossing the hanging bridges to reach your final destination: the natural pool.

El Mogote:

It is the highest peak in Jarabacoa, a geological wonder that rises above 1,560 meters above sea level.

If you are passionate about adventures and you dare to attempt to reach the top of El Mogote with slopes that reach up to 50 degrees of inclination, this adventure is for you.

The enchanting panoramic view is the best reward of this hike of approximately five hours round trip.

Balneario La Confluencia

It takes its name from the convergence of the rivers Jimenoa and Yaque del Norte. Due to its beautiful surroundings, it is one of Jarabacoa’s main attractions and a great place to enjoy your time with family and friends.

Balneario La Cortina:

A small waterfall located at the edge of the Jarabacoa-Manabao road. It is said that bathing in its endless waters brings healing and good fortune.

Festival of the Flowers:

Traditional event organized annually in the month of June in Jarabacoa. A space where national floriculturists gather to participate in a great exhibition of flowers and plants. Its main event, the parade of the Queen of Flowers, features floats specially decorated for the occasion

A holistic experience of artistic expressions, artisan crafts, gastronomic exhibitions, contests, dances, musical presentations and celebrations.