Los Haitises National Park
29 March 2014 | Samana, Dominica Republic
After one day in the luxurious marina and doing many chores we motored a few miles to the southwest corner of Samana Bay. We knew there would be little wind for the next few days and a big north swell, so we were not in a hurry to move northwest to Luperon, on the northern side of the Dominica Republic. We are traveling with two boats; Kim and Scott are on Bella Blue and Pam and Nick are on Knot Yet. We have been thinking of names for our little pod of boats. We could be the Knot Blue Terns, or the Blue Arctic Knots…. Anyway it is good fun to play with our names over a drink as the sun sets.
Adventurous cruising friends highly recommended visiting Los Haitises National Park. The park protects an area of karst (limestone) topography, caves and pictographs. Follow the blogs below for a few details about our visit.