Sierra De Baoruco National Park

Over half of all plant species are represented at Sieera de Bahoruco National Park, where you can find over 1200 different species, making this park ecologically crucial for the nation. Additionally, there is some historic value here, as the park was once the final stronghold of the Taino Chief Enriquillo who successfully won a limited autonomy for his people after fourteen years of war.

This natural and historic site offers visitors plenty of opportunity to hike along the trails that will bring them to a variety of areas of significance.


Situated in the Western side of the Dominican Republic, 4.7 miles east-southeast of Puerto Escondido, Sierra De Baoruco National Park invites local residents and travelers who are rooming in this section of the Dominican Republic. Even if you are not staying very close, you are free to stop by to check out the sights. It's 27.1 miles west of Barahona.

Nearby Restaurants

The area surrounding the nature preserve is not exactly well-known for its collection of dining options, but guests willing to explore might discover a location to share some food. Duverge Internet Cafe is an ideal location to have a bite to eat at on your way to visiting this nature preserve, and offers quick access to it.

Nearby Attractions

There are a couple other places of interest in the area, including Parque Central De Cristóbal, which is 14 miles away Cristobal.


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