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Jimenoa Waterfall

Salto de Jimenoa

30m waterfall close to Jarabacoa. Hanging bridges and lush surroundings just add to this adventurous trip you have to undergo!

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Attractions near to Jimenoa Waterfall

  • The Three Eyes

    A subterranean river fills the circular lakes on several floors of this cave. It's illuminated during night. One of the most visited places on the island!

  • Basilica Cathedral of Santa María la Menor

    The first cathedral in Americas, built between 1521 and 1540. It carries great significance to the West. Explore!

  • Fort Ozama

    Designed in the 16th century to protect the entrance to the port of Santo Domingo. Later served as prison too.

  • Columbus Lighthouse

    Multi-million dollar lighthouse built to commemorate 500th anniversary of the Discovery of America.

  • Calle de Las Damas

    So much to look at on this not so long street. The history is breathing from each corner!

  • Ruins of Monasterio de San Francisco

    The first monastery in the New World, built in 16th century by the Franciscan fathers. If you call ‚hola!‘, there's a chance that somebody emerges and opens the gates for you.

  • Malecon

    Beautiful walkway by the sea with park areas where you can have a bite or beer.

  • Columbus Park

    Shady park with Columbus statue is one of the gathering places of Dominicans. Busy and quiet at the same time.

  • Plaza de España

    Large, open air plaza, closed to traffic, which makes it very comfortable to stroll. Plus it's lined with cafes and restaurants.

  • Gate of the Count

    In 1844 Francisco del Rosario Sanchez proclaimed Dominican independence and raised a flag here. Gate is part of old fortification around colonial city.

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