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“Economical - Easy Side Trip”

The 3 Eyes National Park
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$79.00*
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: A group of interconnected caves near Santo Domingo.
Useful Information: Activities for older children, Food available for purchase
Reviewed August 4, 2013

Just on the Eastern edge of Santo Domingo, right off the highway that leads to the airport, this park is good for an easy 1/4 day self-paced tour. Admission is $100 RD Dominican pesos with an additional $25 RD pesos if you want to take the boat ride to the 4th of the natural spring lakes within the park. The boat ride is worth it as you are rewarded with a beautiful view on the other side of the passage. Tour guides are available but we found it pretty easy to self-navigate. As most places we visited, parking is free. The vendors can be a little pushy, so I would just caution to take let a local or your tour guide to bargain for you before you buy.

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Reviewed July 24, 2013

I may be slightly biased, because I am a geologist, but I absolutely loved the park. Tres ojos is in between the airport and the historic city center, and though at first glance it may not appear to be anything special, it was worth the visit.

3  Thank KaraWesterfield
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Reviewed July 21, 2013

There were three caves with water. Some had bats flying around but did not bother anyone. If you have problems walking, this is not for you because there are a lot of stairs. It's worth the price, but I don't recommend a tour guide. They are expensive, and all they do is walk with you. Vendors harrass you at the entrance. If you want to buy something, never take the first offer.

3  Thank jwilkinson888
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Reviewed June 29, 2013

I've been caving before and been to public caves, too, but I was like a little kid all over again walking around these. Despite being hot, humid, and a little smelly, they're gorgeous. Take the cheap boat ride to the fourth pool. It's worth it.

If you're going to use the dude's bread to feed the fish at the fourth pool, have the decency to tip him. That's how he makes money.

We snagged a cab from the big plaza in the colonial zone over for about $11. The cabbie waited while we putzed around for an hour. We did not have an issue with any vendors in the parking lot - a terse "no" warded them off.

5  Thank beauf773
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Reviewed June 21, 2013

Be sure to check out the fourth. That really made the trip. Totally awesome. The boat ride was cool. The water is great. Tooooo many vendors trying to sell their trash.

3  Thank AlisonNDavid
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