El Tetero Valley is located within the border of the José del Carmen Ramírez National Park, east of the Yaque del Sur River, belonging to the province of San Juan de la Maguana, this photogenic valley has pine savannahs, countless green hills and fresh air, ideal for outdoor excursions.
The beautiful and distinctive flora of the Valley delights even the non-photographer, but what makes it more special is that you have to earn your way there. Going up to the Tetero is, after the Duarte peak, one of the most requested excursions by travelers who want to live hiking experiences in the Dominican Republic.
Explore it on foot, swim in fresh water, ride a horse or dare to climb to the top of El Tetero peak, elevated just over 1,500 meters above sea level, be sure to wear layered clothing, climbing boots and a hat.
It’s a very popular region for backpacking, camping, and hiking, so you’re bound to run into other people while you’re in the area. The route is open all year round and is perfect to visit at any time.
At approximately 1,500 meters above sea level, is the valley, where “trekking” and hiking are practiced, activities that hikers prefer to enjoy during their vacations. Through the valley you can make a three kilometer route and for this you can access from different routes.
To get to this natural beauty you can do it from La Ciénaga, although you can also enjoy other access areas, such as walking the path through Padre Las Casas and Constanza, which are other alternative routes.
Among the outfits that must be chosen to visit this valley, coats, stockings, boots, coats and hats cannot be missing; In addition, it is necessary to bring repellent. Those who dare to know this ecotourism area of the country, can also enjoy a river that is in its surroundings.
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