Cabo Engaño is an interesting and beautiful cape located at the eastern end of the island of Hispaniola, in the Dominican Republic, near Punta Cana. It takes its name from the mistake made by Admiral Christopher Columbus on his second trip to the island. by confusing it with the Samaná peninsula.
Cabo Engaño beach stretches for 64 kilometers along the turquoise sea. Its fine white sands are dotted with some of the tallest coconut palm trees in the entire Costa del Coco.
One of the particular characteristics of Cabo Engaño is the large number of birds that can be seen in it. Ideal for bird watching fans and all those who enjoy the local fauna.
The landscape of this beach is very impressive, due to the extension of its beaches of fine white sand, and its turquoise waters surrounded by reefs, in addition many seabirds are often sighted in this place.
Cabo Engaño has more than 64 kilometers of uninterrupted beaches, which extends in the extreme southeast of the country. To the south of Cabo Engaño there is a lighthouse that indicates the most outstanding point of the Dominican Republic, in this place the winds are ideal for windsurfing, but not for swimming, due to the strong currents that hit this area.
In this cape there are options for all tastes. In addition to bathing in its crystal clear waters, visitors can admire the variety of seabirds that come to this corner, appreciate its reefs and walk along its 64 kilometers of coastline.
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