Aguas Blancas Waterfall, La Vega ,Dominican Republic

Address -: Aguas Blancas Waterfall, Constanza ,La Vega ,Dominican Republic

Salto Aguas Blancas Waterfall, in La Vega, of 83 metres high, is the Antilles’ highest waterfall, even though it is divided into three sections, which flow down by a sheer cliff to end at a beautiful pond.
These cataracts are a part of the course of the Aguas Blancas stream, tributary of Grande del Medio River, inside Valle Nuevo National Park.
Salto de Aguas Blancas, located 20 kilometers from the municipality, going in the direction of Valle Nuevo and the Pyramid. It is a place of strong contrasts and singular beauty, formed by two successive waterfalls, of a white that stands out.
The access to the point where the water is spilled was cleared and open to the public recently, with the construction of a simple and effective work: a rustic path, which allows the visitor to climb on foot to the top in a journey of about 600 meters .
It is a small work of great scope, which makes it easier for the visitor to walk the narrow path, erected with care and respect to the particularity of the place, and contemplate, from unprecedented perspectives, that divine gift that caresses and refreshes the senses.
From there, at the top, you can see the pool that gathers the water and then throw it into the void. And you can see the beginning of both falls from two terraces made of wood, equipped with benches to sit on.
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