Eagles Bay is one of the most spectacular tourist places in the southern Dominican Republic. It is noted for its white sand and crystal clear Caribbean waters and is part of the Jaragua National Park, a protected area in the Pedernales province. To visit it is to commune with the peace of a unique corner in the country.
Eagles Bay extends from Punta Chimanche to Punta de Águila, located in the southern part of the island. It covers seven kilometers of virgin beaches. Located in the Jaragua National Park, it is one of the main protected areas in the country.
With its crystal clear turquoise waters and no hotels, shops or restaurants, this eight kilometer diamond-white beach is recognized as the most beautiful in the Dominican Republic. Protected as part of the Jaragua National Park, Bahía de Las Águilas is surrounded by an impressive karst landscape.
The beach can be reached by ATV, or by boat from the shores of Cabo Rojo. It is recommended to bring a lot of sun protection since this piece of paradise lacks shade, but that does not detract from its beauty.
It is one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, about which intense debates and confrontations have been generated between the Secretary of State for Tourism, the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources and environmental NGOs. Similarly, the Academy of Sciences of the Dominican Republic, the Autonomous University of Santo Domingo (UASD), the embassies of Spain and France; as well as the international scientific community, have asked the Dominican government to preserve this unique environment in the Caribbean.
Not only because of its natural beauty, but also because of its importance for the conservation of globally threatened species, and that reproduce or find their natural habitat there, given the importance of natural resources and its biological wealth, the Jaragua National Park, next to the Parque Sierra de Bahoruco National Park and Lago Enriquillo National Park have been chosen by UNESCO to create the first Biosphere Reserve of Hispaniola, called: Jaragua-Bahoruco-Enriquillo.
This protected area has an extraordinary biological richness with several highly threatened species, such as the Solenodonte, the Jutía and the strangest thing, in cliffs of the old marine channel that was the Cibao Valley, there are still pelagic birds that are estimated to are still nesting, after several million years.
Eagles Bay represents with dignity one of those paradisiacal images of postcards. White sands, an infinitely blue sea and clear skies confirm the arrival in a real paradise. This territory of extreme beauty, guaranteed tranquility and pleasure in the open air, represents one of the most representative natural riches of the
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