The Seven Brothers Key consists of seven sandy keys formed by coral sands, these offer a world of beaches, underwater exploration and wildlife located 10 kilometers northwest of the Bay of Montecristi.
They are within the limits of the Wildlife Refuge that has the same name, these are visited by tourists and fishermen, making this place a unique reserve.
This beautiful paradise, the so-called seven brothers, consists of seven sandy keys that are: Toruru, Muertos, Ratas, Terrero, Monte Grande, Monte Chico and Arenas, formed in a unique way by a substrate of coral sand or coral sand.
Coral reefs are often called “jungles of the sea”, since they form one of the most diverse ecosystems on Earth, and this wonderful key offers all that, it should be noted that exploring this paradise you will see terrestrial and marine species never seen before.
It has submerged forests, sandy bottoms and large rocky walls make this area a unique place to practice snorkeling, day or night diving, at three meters, making it accessible to beginners. Unlike the other dive sites in Montecristi, it can be explored on windy days.
These keys are also the main nesting place for boobies in the Dominican Republic, the season runs from the end of May to the beginning of September, and they are an ideal place to observe migratory and native birds.
Undoubtedly you should come to explore what nature offers you for free, there are tour agencies that do these tours at affordable prices and guarantee you the best experience of your life.
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