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27 Waterfalls: Our most recommended tours and activities

Damajagua: Waterfalls with Lunch Buffet

1. Damajagua: Waterfalls with Lunch Buffet

After being collected from your hotel, make your way to the Damajagua Waterfalls. Nature has crafted some awe-inspiring pools, etched out of limestone with stalactites and stalagmites. You will be introduced to the local waterfall guides and provided with a life jacket, water shoes, and helmet. If you want to take photos on the tour please only bring waterproof cameras. A moderate 45-minute uphill hike through a beautiful jungle landscape gets you to the 12th waterfall. From there you head back downriver and you jump, slide, and swim your way through a series of spectacular waterfalls, canyons, and pools. The tour includes jumps of up to 25 feet (8 meters), however, there is another way down if you don't feel like jumping. After changing into your dry clothes the tour concludes with a lunch buffet.

Puerto Plata: Half-Day Damajagua Waterfalls Adventure

2. Puerto Plata: Half-Day Damajagua Waterfalls Adventure

The tour begins with pickup from your hotel in Puerto Plata, Sosúa, or Cabarete, then heads out into the sprawling countryside to the municipality of Imbert. Take the winding road to the world-famous Damajagua Waterfalls where your epic adventure awaits. Nestled in the rolls hills of the Northern Corridor Mountain Range and behind the long stalks of sugar cane fields, lies a treasure unlike anywhere else in the world — a place where Mother Nature has crafted awe-inspiring pools etched from limestone for your enjoyment! Arrive at the entrance to the falls and get kitted out with all the necessary equipment for your adventure, then wander through the dense and luscious tropical jungle, marvelling at endemic plants and beautiful vegetation along the way. Cross the river to finally arrive at the waterfalls and take a moment to soak up this incredible feat of nature. Follow your guide as you visit the waterfalls one by one, and discover their unique characteristics and offerings as you slip, slide, and have some fun! When booking, you can choose between the option to slide down just 7 waterfalls.

Puerto Plata: Wet and Wild Waterfall Adventure

3. Puerto Plata: Wet and Wild Waterfall Adventure

Your official guide will accompany you throughout your day, sharing information about the country with you and enhancing your tour. You'll begin by heading towards Imbert to Las Cascadas de Damajagua, a set of waterfalls which are unique and world-renowned for being some of the leading ecological attractions of the country. There you will have direct contact with nature as you descend one by one down the 7 "puddles of Damajagua". Each of these will provide a different adventure, as no puddle or waterfall is equal to another. As you arrive to the last puddle, you will enjoy a natural pool in the middle of nature. Following that, you will head to the zipline adventure to clip-in and follow your guide down 8 ACCT-certified ziplines. The ziplines consist of a total of more than 7,900 feet of double-galvanized steel cables. No experience is required, and contrary to many other zipline parks you are not involved in any active breaking, such as using gloves for stopping. You will be free to walk between the lines at your own pace, with instructors by your side.

Puerto Plata: Full-Day Rural Tour and Waterfall Safari

4. Puerto Plata: Full-Day Rural Tour and Waterfall Safari

Immerse yourself in the culture and daily life of the Dominican people on this all-encompassing day tour. After getting picked up from your hotel, head for San Marcos, passing through rural communities and taking in the beautiful landscape as you drive. Along the way, see a typical Dominican patio at a country house full of domestic birds, visit a traditional plantation and stop to appreciate the impressive view of the Bay of Maimon.  Upon arrival at the community of Barrabas, learn how to make delicious pylon coffee and savor the rewards of your efforts with a sample afterwards. You'll also get the chance to visit a local public school and stop at an artisanal workshop to see how the locals make Taíno figures. Moving through the countryside, arrive at the municipality of Imbert and take the road to the Cascadas de Damajagua waterfalls.  Descend 7 of the 27 waterfalls one by one. Upon reaching the final waterfall, relax in a natural pool in the middle of the jungle before breaking for lunch. On the way back to your accommodation, travel through the Amber Cove Tourist Port and the Maimon district. Appreciate the small fishing villages, typical restaurants, and sugarcane plantations along the way.

MEGA ZIPLINE Shore Excursion for Taino Bay Port

5. MEGA ZIPLINE Shore Excursion for Taino Bay Port

Climb Up, Clip-On, and get ready for an Exciting Zip Lining experience! Prepare for an amazing tropical view by flying from the tallest 6 professional platforms on the north coast with our experienced guides! Our guides will help you with anything you need during this adventure. Come and have fun with us.

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What people are saying about 27 Waterfalls

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 102 reviews

Hello everyone...I went into this with some expectations...these were surpassed in a positive sense.In detail: It undoubtedly takes some courage/overcoming to jump or slide in the individual parts of the waterfall.But sometimes In the end it starts like an addiction and you want to tackle the steep ascent again and start the whole thing all over again. I definitely recommend it...do it...especially since the guides exude confidence and with the "travel guide" Amerikano it's even more fun. Thanks for this great time!

It was an amazing experience, with adrenalin. I loved this activity. The picking up was accurate. The guides were very cool, funny, friendly and informative. We felt fresh and full of energy in the end. The jumps were scary but the guides motivated and encouraged us. The whole trip was fantastic.

We were at the waterfalls today and are thrilled. The tour guides were punctual and reliable. On the way to the waterfalls there was a little coffee tasting and a trip to a souvenir shop. Although only 7 waterfalls can currently be visited, the thrill is still worth the tour!

Eric is great man, talkative and spending time with him was a pleasure. That’s a pity that due to climate change many of the water attractions could not be realized.

An experience to live, it was the first time for me. I loved the dives and slides in the natural pools. The vegetation is lush