Los Haitises National Park is a national park located on the remote northeast coast of the Dominican Republic. It is a protected virgin forest with little road access. The number of tourists allowed is limited, but since 2000 it has been a relatively popular destination for ecotourism using ecological guides from Sabana de La Mar. Haiti (singular) means highland or mountain range in the Taíno language, although the elevation of the park's hills ranges from 30–40 m (98–131 ft). There is a multitude of caverns created by water erosion. Native Americans adorned these caverns with pictographs and petroglyphs. The culture or cultures which created these artworks remain unidentified, some of them possibly predating the Taínos. Source: Wikipedia.
"Paraiso Caño Hondo is one of the Top 10 World's best destinations for a green vacation."
“Rustic place where you can get in touch with nature!!!”
This place is divided into two: Paraiso Cano Hondo & Altos de Cano Hondo. The difference is that Altos, like its name implies in Spanish, is higher than the other one therefore it has better views. It is only $10 more so it is worth it. All rooms are spotless, there is hot water, fans, and are very spacious.
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“Far away but worth the trip”
I stayed here for one night with my family and although we were all tired by the time we got there (granted we took a longer route - Santo Domingo-Punta Cana-Caño Hondo) we were very pleased with the hotel. At first sight the trip was well worth it (we stayed at Altos de Caño Hondo) and the structure is magnificent.
“A Total Adventure”
This place was amazing!!! The staff is very friendly, for those of you who want to be off the beaten path, this is it, lose horses, lose cows. It was just awesome. Perfect for couples. I highly recommend it for its beauty, and serene environment with nature