The San Lorenzo Bay is a beautiful formation that has become a “miscellaneous store” for ecological, sea and sustainable adventure tourism in the Dominican Republic due to its scientific and cultural interest, the wide and varied range of tourist activities that converge in the place suitable for that.
In the peaceful cove, located in Los Haitises, there are all the attractions that tourists, hikers and scientists who seek to scrutinize the calcic and geomorphological formations so much like and demand.
San Lorenzo Bay can also be said to be a paradise for ecotourism, as it is a place where birdwatching can be developed, as it is a reservoir not only for fish, but also for keys in the middle of salt water, where wildlife thrives. free rein, making it a privileged area to photograph and make films.
From the height, the keys look like white lilies scattered in the cove. Here there are beaches, rivers, caves, native, endemic and migratory birds, manatees, reptiles, owls and dolphins. Punta Arena beach is visited daily by tourists who settle in the Bávaro and Punta Cana area, but who choose Los Haitises National Park and the bay for adventure and full enjoyment.
Caverns such as San Gabriel, considered the Cathedral of Caverns in the area, Cueva del Ferrocarril, La Arena, Boca de Tiburón, the latter under a fell in the middle of the bay, are relics of nature. Also in its vicinity are the Cueva de Willy, Cueva Caño Hondo, El Infierno, Puerta del Cielo, in the latter a river is born that runs about 300 meters to end in the west wing of the bay.
It is a true store where almost all the tourist offers are found, for the enjoyment of tourists and vacationers. In addition, there are the beaches of Punta Almendro, Punta El Chino, Punta Arena, the latter is the most visited and where a point of sale for Creole food and handicrafts has been established.
Several pipes enter it that are reservoirs for fish, crabs and other crustaceans. Those are Caño Hondo, Río San Lorenzo, Caño del Chorro, Los Ríos Jibales, Caño Hondo, El Naranjo and Puerta del Cielo, which border the cove, are tributaries rich in the production of mangroves, crustaceans, cetaceans and fish.
It is good to mean that the Bay of San Lorenzo corresponds to the territory of Hato Mayor and is classified as a hydrographic zone.
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