Los Tres Ojos (The Three Eyes) Santo Domingo
Description of the Park Los 3 Ojos
The park Los Tres
Ojos is an archaeological site in Santo Domingo
East consisting of a cave with three underground lakes
and a lake in the open air. It was discovered in 1916. This cave
was probably frequented by aborigines who inhabited the island of
In the past, it was a public bath (Bano of Anacaona) until it is banned to protect the ecosystem. The lakes are fed by an underground river called Brujuela, which goes to Boca Chica.
Water from three underground lakes is particularly clear and limpid, you can even see some fish. The caves are covered with stalactites and stalagmites.
The four lakes in the park Los Tres Ojos are:
Azufradas Aguas (Water sulfur) is the first lake as you enter the cave.
The Nevera (refrigerator): this is the second largest lake, the lake does not receive sunlight and thus the water temperature is cool (15 ° to 20 ° C).
Las Damas (the ladies) This is the third lake is shallow and away, before it was used as a bath for the ladies and children.
Los Zaramagullones (a species of duck): The fourth lake is the only one who is in the open air, it is about 220 meters in circumference.
Access to lakes is easy, the site was built with stairs and the visit is fast enough (less than an hour), Los Tres Ojos is one of the attractions in Santo Domingo.
The closest hotels are the Tropicana hotel, the Acuarium Suite Resort and the Victor Hotel.
Photos of the The Three Eyes Park
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Location - Access to the park in Santo Domingo
Park Los Tres Ojos
(The Three Eyes) is located east of Santo Domingo, Avenue USA, close
to the Faro
Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Sunday
Price: RD $ 100.00 (on 01/2012).