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The lagoon features a couple of distinct bodies of water that appear to connect underground. They are accessed by long stairways made of stone. The grounds are nicely landscaped and clean. There is a zip line over one of the bodies of water, but it...More
We had such a blast, both water spots are beautiful. Make sure you either bring or rent life jackets for small children. All the employees were really nice. I would definitely would like to visit again.
This place fits the cliche "hidden gem" I'm a dominican and visited Laguna Dudú for the first time at my 32 years of age; most of my friends and family haven't been there so it was a great find.
Clean facilities, gorgeous water. I do...More
Our family went with a group, but we wandered around by ourselves. Perfect places to swim, walk, enjoy nature. Place for lunch or quick bite. There is a zip line that you drop about 25 feet into a lagoon. Was very exciting. Saw a tarantula...More
The place is fun and beautiful. The zipline is cool for adults and kids 10> and it's extremely cheap. It also has a beautiful garden where you can chill and relax. Good place to spend a couple of hours
Is a great place to take a fresh dip. The water is cristal clear. But I have to say that the service at the restaurant is REALLY BAD!!!! So slow, girls seems to be like bored, talk you in a bad way like if they...More
I'm fascinated with Laguna La Dudu. That place is so relaxing, well maintained, clean, a good place to bring your kids and enjoy and learn about the importance of to care for our nature. The price is 150 DOP p/p which is so cheap for...More
We visited on a Sunday the blue waters of this lagoon, the place is well cared for and signaled, you can jump from the top in a cable line, or you can go down stairs, they have another cave where you can enter the water...More
Response from Jesus_Aponte_O | Reviewed this property |
Hi Maja, best for you!
Don't know exactly the way to get Dudu Lake from Las Terrenas, but surely, there are "guaguas" with this section and you can drop off in front of the main entrance. To know: the entire price from Las... More
Hi Maja, best for you!
Don't know exactly the way to get Dudu Lake from Las Terrenas, but surely, there are "guaguas" with this section and you can drop off in front of the main entrance. To know: the entire price from Las Terrenas to Sosúa or Cabarete is about 10-15$, maybe this part of section have less price. Regards. 💕