Mi Tierra Verde invites you to Monseñor Nouel

This province is located in the northern region (Cibao), geographically in the Cibao Sur limitation of the Dominican Republic, next to La Vega and Sánchez Ramírez. It has the municipalities of Bonao (head municipality), Maimón and Piedra Blanca.


This province has a diverse ecosystem for which we can find some 8 protected areas, grouped into 4 management categories that are the following: Strict protection area, natural monument, protected landscape and national park, occupying an area of ​​240.94 km² which corresponds to 24.28% of the total area of ​​the province that is being protected.


One of its most visited natural attractions is the Saltos de Jima Natural Monument, a set of waterfalls produced by the Jima River. We also have other waterfalls such as: Rodeo, El Candongo, Toro Flaco, El Arroyon, but we also have resorts produced by its rivers and tributaries, with Fula and Masipedro being the most visited in terms of domestic tourism. In addition to these, you can also find in the province: Charco Bonito, La Jaiba, Colorado, Dorado, Los Calimbos, Real, among others. The Rincón and Tireito dams are also located here (the latter being an access point for many of the main ecotourism and active tourism routes that can be carried out in the destination.


On a cultural level, we have a great offer for the visitor. In the municipality of Bonao is the Cándido Bido Museum, which houses an important gallery that includes Taíno, African, national and Latin American painters, as well as historical pieces from Bonao. However, the central axis of the pictorial exhibition is the work of the painter and teacher of the same name, whose work can be found everywhere, beginning with the facades of the buildings themselves. , the La Voz del Yuna Museum, where we can find pieces, objects and photographs that formed an important part of the time in which the La Voz del Yuna radio station operated in Bonao, this being part of the communication revolution in the Dominican Republic, since Live artistic presentations were held, managing to serve as a platform for many artists who were just beginning their career.


These pieces have great historical and cultural value for the Monseñor Nouel province, since due to the heyday of La Voz del Yuna it was a pioneer in the country’s radio, marking the beginning of Dominican television. We also have the Christian Tiburcio House Museum, transformed into an art gallery, each room in the house is a work of art. All the rooms, the furniture, the walls, the stairs, the windows, the bathrooms, the cabinets, the tables, the chairs, the beds… absolutely everything was made of ceramics, the Plaza de la Cultura and the Palacio de Bellas Arts.


Sanchez Ramirez:

This province is located in the northern region (Cibao), specifically in the South Cibao of the Dominican Republic, next to La Vega and Monseñor Nouel. It has the municipalities of Cotuí, (head municipality), Fantino, La Mata and Cevicos.


This province has 2 protected areas, grouped into 1 management category corresponding to National Park, occupying an area of ​​141.05 km², which corresponds to approximately 12% of the total area of ​​the province that are within the national system of protected areas, at the agriculture pasture, cocoa, intensive cultivation and rice occupy 94% of the area of ​​agricultural use.


Among its tourist attractions we can highlight the Aniana Vargas National Park, a protected area, located in the Sánchez Ramírez province, with an area of ​​130 square kilometers and is considered the unit with the most natural, cultural and historical wealth of the entire system of Protected Areas of the Dominican Republic, considered one of the areas with the highest concentration of rock art sites in the Caribbean region, where 711 paintings and 435 petroglyphs have been reported distributed in the 21 guácaras located in Sierra Prieta, Comedero, Caballero and Hernando Alonzo.


In this park is the largest artificial freshwater lake in the Caribbean, Presa de Hatillo. Here a boat offers a 30-minute ride on the lake where you can see the caves, the marine flora and fauna (fish) that inhabit the place. Around and near the lake there are some restaurants and dining rooms that offer Dominican dishes and especially fish freshly caught in the lake, as well as the ecological park ´´El Peñón del Lago de Hatillo´´.


Continuing on the side of ecotourism, it has ecological trails such as La Chicharra, Sendero de Café, and Ruta del Arroz. There are also the so-called Guaracas Taínas, a set of caves that contain images and figures carved from the time of the Taínos in the form of a cross that, according to experts, express the rainy months, as well as the Hoyo de Sanabe, a cave located near the lake of the Hatillo dam, where human skeletons have been found and which has many Taino paintings (animals, plants, objects…).


Why Mi Tierra Verde?

Mi Tierra Verde is a Destination Management Company (DMC) based in the Dominican Republic, and since 2011 their focus is incentive travel, corporate events, meetings, conferences, conventions, and exhibitions (MICE). They really get to understand the needs of their customers, so they can deliver exciting programs that capture the “Fun & Sun” that their Caribbean destination delivers, and are the exclusive DMC for this country on the largest DMC Network in over 100 countries: 1 DMC World. They take care of everything from beginning to end, and they look forward to sharing their DMC services and event ideas with you.


Author: Deb Davad


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