Coordinates: 19°00′N 70°40′W / 19.000°N 70.667°W / 19.000; -70.667
4.5 based on 1,560 reviews
This mountain, which looms high above Puerto Plata, has a cable car ride to the top.
Once you get thru the crazy-town drivers, the park is quiet and inviting. Easy ride up in the cable car, and the views are well worth the trip. Enjoyed the tropical highlands on top of the Mount.
4.5 based on 72 reviews
I arrived at the trailhead with the intention of climbing to the summit but a lot of arrangements had to be made first. I teamed up with a German guy who spoke English and we booked a guide and his donkey! It was a two-day trek and we reached the summit at 0600hrs because that was the best time to witness the glorious sunrise. Sadly, the clag was down and we couldn't see a bloody thing. On the way down, I suffered an accident when part of the track gave way and I fell about six feet, landing on my side and back and as I found out much later, I'd broken three ribs. I couldn't walk so they got me back to base on the donkey and I swear that I remember every step that the bloody animal took. A painful experience but one that I wouldn't have changed for the world!
4.5 based on 228 reviews
Round Mountain in Miches, is an unforgettable place, being surrounded by the nature of the countryside, enjoy a panoramic view, where the reflection of the lagoons combine with the sun rise on the beach and sunset with the green of the mountains, clean air and singing birds, peace and tranquility that fills us wish to stay gives us
My husband and I hopped off to an impromptu Easter Weekend in Punta Cana and our first stop was Miches. It was BREATHTAKING & one of the most amazing panoramic views I have ever experienced. It was also fun trying to get cool pics on the swings, hammocks and broom (way harder than it looks!!). There's also a zip line option, along with a restaurant and a small boutique to the summit. Perfect adventure for couples, family & friends.
4.5 based on 53 reviews
The road ends at El Morro and the beach there. There are two hikes and a beautiful beach (with the shoe rock). Hiking up El Morro is a difficult hike. We started it with our two young kids and turned around. If it had been just the two of us we would have done it, but it was steep. The other hike is goes up the other side and has a stations of the cross on it. The beach is incredible with silky soft brown sand and very swimmable. It's like no other beaches we've been too because of the cliffs and desert mountains around.
4.0 based on 2 reviews
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