Los Haitises Caves, Mangroves and Bird Watching
When you want to see what a real natural paradise is, than look no further than Los Haitises National Park. This unique ecosytem spans over 2,000 miles of rain forsets, mangroves, and secluded beaches interwoven in the coast line. Los Haitises is home to over 100 species of birds including the rare Black-Hawk Eagle. The coast line is littered with caves that Local Taino Indians lived in and decorated with pictographs and paintings that can be seen even today. Discover also the mangroves that adorn the natural beauty of this tropical paradise, giving the landscape an incredible sensation from another era. You will walk away saying, “THIS REALLY LOOKS LIKE A DREAM COME TRUE”!
Solar cream, sunglasses, camera, bathing suit and towel.