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Caribbeans largest waterfall with large pool for swimming, coldest water on the island.

A 1 hour drive from Constanza and 17km of rough dirt road, 4wd vehicle a must, but only a 5 min... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Dan L
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Houston, Texas
Mother nature is beautiful

The drive here is both beautiful and treacherous. I would only recommend for an experienced driver... read more

Reviewed 19 April 2017
Jessica L
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Bronx, NY
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“Caribbeans largest waterfall with large pool for swimming, coldest water on the island.”
18 Apr 2017
“Mother nature is beautiful”
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Rte. 41, El Convento | near Constanza, Dominican Republic, Dominican Republic
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A 1 hour drive from Constanza and 17km of rough dirt road, 4wd vehicle a must, but only a 5 min walk to the falls. I went in late sept on a sunny day. Try to arrive by 12 noon as the lower falls and...More

Thank Dan L
Reviewed 19 April 2017

The drive here is both beautiful and treacherous. I would only recommend for an experienced driver to take the trek here and you MUST have 4WD/ AWD. The scenery is breathtaking. Bring water shoes if you want to take a dip or get your feet...More

1  Thank Jessica L
Reviewed 28 January 2016

This is in the national park Valle Nuevo, a lot of mountains to get there. The waters are really cold, and it is an amazing place. Amazing view.

Thank GorbyOz
Reviewed 25 June 2015

In the central mountains of the Dominican Republic, 10 km from the City of Constanza at 2,000 meters seen the water falls, 14 Celsius degree and beautifull mountains views this water fall is impresive. You cannot image the view, the temperature, the water fall in...More

2  Thank Jesus Gilberto C
Reviewed 8 January 2015

We took the,mountainbikes from Constanza to the waterfall. It is a strenouus ride, the last section of the road is steep an rough, but it is worth the trip. There is a trail,to the top,of the falls and I recommend taking the extra effort. On...More

Thank Jochen-v-S
Reviewed 10 July 2014 via mobile

This trip was our second visit to Constanza, a lovely town in the middle of a Valley. One of the main atractions is Salto Aguas Blancas, in dome cases clamed as the highgest waterfall in the caribbean. In fact it is composed by three waterfalls,...More

Thank dgeronimopo
Reviewed 29 May 2013

first off, be prepared for one bumpy ride! The roads that take you here are very rough and are meant for only 4x4 vehicles. Trust me, you don't want to give any other type of car a shot. The potholes are brutal, very narrow roads,...More

1  Thank Lewis U
Reviewed 8 May 2013

This waterfall south of Constanza (18.84342, -70.67753) is reportedly the second highest in the Caribbean, after La Jalda (Salto La Loma) near Miches in the Dominican Republic. But those claims seem to ignore Salto Fino in Cuba. Anyway, it is a tall, beautiful waterfall. It...More

1  Thank Ashwabay
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