These waterfalls are less a natural experience as much an extreme attraction. Gear up in a life jacket and helmet and climb, jump, and swim in these large collection of pools and falls.
Twenty-Seven Waterfalls is a collection of waterfalls and pools that are great for climbing and jumping into. However, the pools themselves are rocky, and this makes untrained jumping dangerous. Regardless, with proper supervision, this tropical paradise with bright blue water is an exciting and natural thrill that should be missed by anyone with a brave heart.
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These waterfalls are located off the Route 5 Road on the Western Side of Puerto Plata. However, these falls are a major location on the island, and nearly every tour company has a group or guide that knows the area and goes there regularly. Since you will need to be supervised by a tour guide, it may be easiest to simply hire the guide from which ever city you are staying in. You should plan ahead though, most tour groups only offers this waterfall from around 8:30am until 4:00pm, with some variation depending on the individual group.
Twenty-Seven Waterfalls of Damajagua is located west-southwest of downtown Puerto Plata, a neighborhood in the Dominican Republic; it's to the west-southwest of Puerto Plata.
If you find your belly rumbling after your waterfall visit, don't worry -- you'll discover a broad selection of dining possibilities near this attraction.is a great locale to enjoy a meal at before spending time at this waterfall, and is the most convenient dining option from it. Also within a short distance, you and your companions will come across options including and so if you're lucky, at least one of these nearby picks will delight the whole entire gang.
There are at least one or two additional places of interest in the area, including, which is within driving range in Imbert. Also consider making the trip to , which is another attraction not far away.
If you can't wait to see as many of the Dominican Republic's attractions as possible, the most nearby attractions are in the following table.
|--||1.7 mi. (15.8 km)||N||Imbert|
|Other Attraction||1.9 mi. (15.8 km)||SE||9.8 mi. South West of Puerto Plata|
|Other Attraction||7.8 mi. (4.3 km)||E||2.7 mi. South West of Puerto Plata|
|Teleferico Mountain Top||Other Attraction||7.8 mi. (4.2 km)||ENE||2.6 mi. South West of Puerto Plata|
While the waterfalls themselves are free, the government has determined the waterfalls to be unsafe for those without supervision, and thus a tour group is mandatory. You can expect to pay a normal tour group fee for this, and can vary from around $40 to over $80 US depending on specifics.
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