Saltos de Jima Waterfalls, Bonao

Visit the precious waterfalls and ponds in Saltos Jima Waterfalls and admire the amazing area’s landscapes

Saltos de Jima Waterfalls, Bonao
Saltos de Jima Waterfalls
© Nestor Diaz

In the surrounding area of the city of Bonao, the Jima River flows, famous for the natural monument that is in its course, the Saltos Jima Waterfalls. The Jima River springs from Las Neblinas scientific reserve and dies in the Camú River. It is between these two locations where the Jima Waterfalls are located.

It is a group of twelve beautiful cascades and natural spas that stand out due to the incredible beauty in its virgin landscapes.

The Jima Waterfalls were declared Natural Monument in August 2009 with the purpose of preserving and acknowledge its great aquiferous importance and the area’s biodiversity. It is packed with a great variety of autochthonous plants such as fig trees, “ciguas”, matchwoods, bracken ferns, ceibas and fountain trees. Regarding its fauna, there exists a huge biodiversity. Mainly birds, such as rufous-collared sparrows, broad-billed todies, cuckoos, parakeets, and many more. There are also amphibians and reptiles typical of the rainy forest.

Even though nowadays it is only possible to visit waterfalls 1 and 2, there are several tour companies that organise hiking activities to these impressive cascades. These tours are unique and traverse an area packed with exotic flora and fauna.

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