Jarabacoa is an Ecotourism center in the country, offering a variety of accommodations with country charm, ranging from riverside ranches and eco-lodges to luxurious vacation villas perched in the mountains.

At an altitude of 529 meters, Dominicans flock there, coming from big cities, to cool off to the rhythm of freshwater rivers, waterfalls and vast green landscapes flanked by dense pine forests and mountains covered with plantations of coffee.

The lifeline of the Cibao region, the Yaque del Norte River, the longest river in the Dominican Republic, begins at Pico Duarte, the Caribbean peak that culminates in more than 3,087m. above sea level. With at least six other rivers originating here as well, it’s a world of waterfalls and outdoor water adventures: rafting, tubing, canyoning, and rappelling from Salto Baiguate,

Here, horseback riding is part of the culture of Jarabacoa. You will not have fully felt the magic of this mountainous city until you gallop on horseback or ride a motorcycle through green fields, smelling of coriander and chayote.

You can easily explore the center of Jarabacoa on foot. It is full of people who go shopping, dinner. There is little night life.

Enjoy a delicious steak on the road at one of the area’s famous grills or grills, or dine under a starry sky enjoying magnificent panoramic views. On the outskirts of the city, the Monte Alto Coffee Factory produces the mixture highly appreciated by its inhabitants.

Constanza is the highest city in the Caribbean with an average altitude of 1,200 meters. With these impressive heights come chilly temperatures, rolling valleys covered in thick pine trees, chalets equipped with fireplaces to combat night temperatures that do not reach 10 ° C, and an agricultural landscape far from the beach.

Its mountain villages offer magical views of these fields, giving Constanza nicknames as “Switzerland of the Caribbean.”
On weekends, the small city center of Constanza is full of bars, gourmet restaurants with spectacular viewpoints to observe the magical town, enjoy delicious fresh vegetable pizzas or freshly carved strawberry milkshakes and a central park that is full of visitors from Jarabacoa, Santo Domingo and Santiago.

Visit farms where you can buy homemade fruit jams. Watch birds in the Valle Nuevo National Park or hike in the Valle del Tetero. Take a horseback ride to discover El Divino Niño, the beautiful version of the Christ the Redeemer statue in Constanza. Mountain biking on farm roads. Venture to the highest waterfall in Aguas Blancas. On the way, stop at one of the hills of Constance to soak up the magnificent mountain and agricultural scenery, so you can feel that you are listening to the melody of happiness.

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