Los Tres Ojos ( The Three Eyes in English) is the name given to a 50-yard open-air limestone cave located in the Mirador del Este park, in the Santo Domingo Este municipality of the Dominican Republic. A series of three lakes, or ojos, the site is currently one of the most visited tourist attractions in the country.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Los_Tres_Ojos
The "Monumento Natural Cueva Los Tres Ojos", also known as "Parque Nacional Los Tres Ojos", is probably the most visited attraction in Santo Domingo! The caves and lagoons were discovered about a hundred years ago and are really breathtaking! A winding staircase leads visitors to a series of limestone caves. An underground river - "La Brujuela - feeds freshwater to three interconnected lagoons, locally called "eyes" for their eye-oval-shapes.
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Los Tres Ojos ( The Three Eyes in English) is the name given to a 50-yard open-air limestone cave located in the Mirador del Este park, in the Santo Domingo Este municipality of the Dominican Republic. A series of three lakes, or ojos, the site is currently one of the most visited tourist attractions in the country.
Los Tres Ojos National Park—one of Santo Domingo’s most unique attractions—is an open-air limestone cave that’s home to three beautiful lakes. A nearby underground river feeds water to these brilliantly colored ponds that are accessible on foot or by boat. Travelers can explore the blue, green and yellow waters that are rich with indigenous wildlife that were once a source of survival for the first inhabitants of Hispaniola.
Visiting the Three Eyes National Park (Los Tres Ojos) in Santo Domingo. The Dominican Republic’s Three Eyes National Park is a nature reserve and open-air limestone cave system with a series of crystal clear lakes known as the “eyes.”. Located in the capital, Santo Domingo, just ten minutes by car from the popular Colonial Zone, the park provides a sweet respite from the hustle and bustle of the busy city.
Los Tres Ojos. © Raunov. Located in the East Viewpoint Park in East Santo Domingo, it is a cavern made up of a large freshwater lagoon which was divided thousand of years ago due to a natural phenomenon and ended up originating four beautiful and unique interconnected pools. Its name comes from the eye-shape of the three interior lakes, while from the outside you can only see a single lake.
Parque Nacional Los Tres Ojos. Just five miles east of Santo Domingo, Los Tres Ojos National Park is a beautiful nature break from the city, and offers a solid glimpse of the Taino’s underground caverns once used for refuge or rituals. A winding entrance staircase leads to a series of caves, with pathways hugging three freshwater, iridescent blue lagoons or “eyes” as the Taino used to call them for their oval-shapes.
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El Parque Nacional Los Tres Ojos es una caverna que tiene un lago de agua dulce, dividido naturalmente en tres lagos que sólo se ven desde adentro y un único lago que se puede ver sin necesidad de estar dentro. Ubicado en el municipio Santo Domingo Este en la República Dominicana. [. 1.
Los Tres Ojos, Santo Domingo. © Raunov. Las cuevas de los Tres Ojos están ubicadas en el parque Mirador del Este, en Santo Domingo Este, en la República Dominicana. Se trata de una caverna compuesta por un gran lago de agua dulce que se dividió, hace miles de años, producto de un fenómeno natural, dando lugar a cuatro hermosas y características cuevas, comunicadas entre sí.
Sólo ocho kilómetros al este de Santo Domingo, el Parque Nacional Los Tres Ojos es un hermoso respiro natural cerca de la ciudad, y donde podrás observar las cavernas subterráneas de los taínos que alguna vez fueron utilizadas como refugio o lugar de ritual.