Get up close and personal with natural Dominican at the 1,500-acre Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park and Reserve, a precious sanctuary of native ecosystems that's easily reached from Punta Cana's resort hubs. Trails explore deep lagoon-scattered jungle home to a rich array of wildlife. Birdwatchers in particular will delight in the flutterings and calls in the thickets and canopies, with the endemic and highly endangered Ridgway's hawk among the most tantalizing draws.
The reserve also includes more developed attractions, including a petting zoo, iguana exhibit, and orchard.
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