Angeles de Then Waterfall is one of the paradises of this beautiful island. In the central Cibao and the northern zone of the Dominican Republic there are multiple destinations for the enjoyment of natural environments, endowed with charming landscapes; without However, if it is about visiting beautiful waterfalls or waterfalls, Bonao is the ideal place. It should be noted that it belongs to the Monseñol Nouel Province.
One of those impressive beauties, 22 meters high, located in Loma de Blanco, a protective column of the Tireíto riverbed. Your tour includes a route considered super extreme or level 5, which means that you must be accompanied by expert guides, have an adventurous spirit and proven physical and mental resistance.
This waterfall is considered one of the most perfect waterfalls in the country, it has the three fundamental elements: jump, waterfall and puddle. discovered by the university teacher José Then less than a decade ago, so it is still unknown by many, the same situation has allowed it to maintain a virgin stage or vegetation isolated from natural predators.
At first it was baptized as Los Angeles, but in the official registry of rivers and waterfalls of Monseñor Nouel it was called Los Angeles de Then in honor of the team and leader who arrived there for the first time and took photographs.
The hands of the Creator put more effort into creating such a natural conformation, here large rocks border both sides of the riverbed and only leave space for the enormous streams of crystal clear water, which can only be accessed through thick ropes and the essential help of the guides.
As a reward from the universe, after Los Querubines, with a little more effort you will have reached the dream Los Angeles waterfall, where the warm rays of the sun pass through the large rock formations and caress the cold waters in a pool of great depth and size to allow the enjoyment of a space endowed with incredible majesty and magical splendor.
The experience in the middle of that great “container” of dark rocks, renews the energy and the courage to undertake a return through the same place, which will end when you have crossed the Tireíto dam again.
Between stones of all sizes, puddles and slopes, a tour is made in the so-called Route of the Cherubs, taking hikers about 5 hours between going up, enjoying the puddles and going back down.
With a water-resistant bag you can carry some belongings, including snacks as a source of energy and a cell phone to be able to take photos in some places; in others it will be impossible due to the difficulty of the route.
At the confluence of the Tireíto and Toro Flaco rivers is the Divina Confluencia waterfall, whose name evokes the imagination of the majesty of the first of several waterfalls that the road offers.
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