The Cotubanamá National Park (also known as East National Park) constitutes one of the great tourist attractions of the Dominican Republic. It is a true earthly paradise that stands out for its lush landscape and rich biodiversity.
East National Park: an Eden in Punta Cana
This National Park, declared since 1975 as a protected zone, is located in the extreme southeast of the Caribbean country, more specifically between Bayahibe and Boca de Yuma (La Altagracia province). In its 42,000 hectares of extension we can find the most varied specimens of the Dominican flora and fauna (dolphins, manatees, pelicans, parrots, sea turtles, rhinoceros iguanas, jutías, etc.).
Lovers of archeology also have an appointment with the Parque Nacional Cotubanamá. A good example of them are its magical caves (Berna, Puente de Bayahibe, José María …), where not only stalactites and stalagmites abound, but also pictograms, petroglyphs and Tainos.
The cliffs and mangroves (such as those of the Bahía de Las Calderas) make up unforgettable dream landscapes. In particular, the archaeological trail of Padre Nuestro and the coral reefs of the Saona and Catalinita Islands will delight the most demanding travelers. Fresh water sources and submerged caves are a natural spectacle that is hard to forget!
Punta Cana Properties: the privilege of living next to paradise
White sands, turquoise waters, more than 112 different species of animals … The Parque Nacional Cotubanamá is one of the most beautiful corners that we can find in the Dominican Republic. Can you imagine the pleasure of living next to this natural paradise? Certainly, the urbanizations near this environment are home to some of the most coveted Punta Cana properties in the Caribbean country.
Horseback riding on the beach, diving in crystal clear waters next to dolphins, entering mysterious caves full of history … Living near the Cotubanamá National Park offers endless possibilities to enjoy life in the Dominican Republic. Make it happen by buying your home at Blue Caribbean Properties!