The Caberete Caves are geological formations known as karsts, which are sinkholes with steep vertical sides and, usually, water at the bottom.

 
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Parks and Outdoors Review of Cabarete Caves

Away Travel Expert: Lynne Sullivan
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ParksExpert Rating 4.0 out of 5 Recommended for:
Day Hiking,Nature,Sustainable Travel
Parks and OutdoorsExpert Tips & Helpful Hints
  • Hire a private guide at the park entrance or take a guided group tour from Caberete. Don't count on finding the caves on your own.
  • Some of the caves have been made safer for visitors with stairs at the entrance and electric lights at the bottom.
Dozens of caves are scattered throughout El Choco National Park, near the town of Cabarete, but only a few have been developed for tourists. Guides tell stories of playing in the five-million-year-old caverns when they were children and point out

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Address:
El Choco National Park
Cabarete,
Dominican Republic


Visitor Information


Email: dnp@codetel.net.do
Neighborhood: Cabarete
The details, dates, and prices mentioned here were accurate at the time of publication.

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