Hoyo Azul sinkhole, a hidden cove that is unique to the Dominican Republic

Hoyo Azul is a sight not to be missed, a spectacular natural swimming pool in the Dominican Republic that you must see during your vacation.

You’ve spent months planning your big vacation in the Caribbean, you have booked your trip, you have boarded the plane and landed in Punta Cana; now you are asking yourself, “What can I do?” No vacation in the Dominican Republic is complete without enjoying one of the country’s most exclusive and unique beaches, and that is why you must not miss an excursion to Hoyo Azul sinkhole. Formed at the base of a huge cliff, it is a natural pool with crystal-clear water. A great idea for a vacation in the Caribbean: spend the day in the deep, turquoise waters of the sinkhole, and then return to the Barceló Bávaro Grand Resort Hotel to enjoy an incomparable sunset.

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