How We Make a Difference
- Installed solar panels throughout the community
- Waste separation and composting projects
- 100% of the food, drinks, products, and services offered in Rio Limpio are local.
- All of our employees are locals committed to improving the well-being of the community and environment.
Dominican agrotourism at its finest…organic coffee, rice and flowers, oh my!
At Rio Limpio, our visitors experience the natural beauty of the area along with the simplicity and diversity of the setting – fresh mountain air, rich natural resources and a colorful cultural history dating back to the ancient Taino civilization. Take a break from the clutter of the city and enjoy the peace and isolation of our surroundings.
Rio Limpio offers a variety of activities to our guests that include horseback riding, coffee tours, archeological sites, cycling, and bird watching. We also offer rustic lodging facilities, camping, a bar/restaurant, conference rooms, and gift shop.
One of the greatest draws of Rio Limpio is our close proximity to “Nalga de Maco” National Park, a 278 sq. km. protected home to a number of endemic birds, amphibians, and flora threated by extinction.
We offer the opportunity for you to learn the ways in which we take care of our land, experience our living culture, and discover our natural environment. We see your time with as a chance to not only see but also participate in the lifestyle our community lives in Rio Limpio.
How to Get There
By Taxi: from the Caribbean Tour station in Loma de Cabrera, take a taxi that agrees to take you to the Nalga de Maco Ecotourism Center in the community of Rio Limpio. The taxi cost is USD$10. Travel time is one hour from Loma de Cabrera.
By Car: Take Duarte Highway toward the restoration town on the Dominican-Haitian border, passing through the towns of Bonao, La Vega, Santiago, Mao and Loma de Cabrera, then at km 14 on Loma de Cabrera-Restauración Road, take the road that goes toward the community of Rio Limpio (should take approximately 20 km). Then, in Rio Limpio, arrive at Nalga de Maco Ecotourism Center. Estimated travel time from Santo Domingo is approximately 6 hours.
By Bus: from Santo Domingo, take a bus from the Caribbean Tours station to Loma de Cabrera with a travel time of about 5 hours going through several towns in the northern region of the country. Then, in Loma de Cabrera, take a taxi to the Nalga de Maco Ecotourism Center. The bus cost is USD$10 per person and the taxi cost is USD$10 to $15. Departs at 6 AM am and 2 PM. The Caribbean Tours phone number is (809) 221-4422. The address is: 27 de Febrero Esq. Leopoldo Navarro, Ensanches Miraflores
Rio Limpio provides a platform for the different community products and services to come together and support Rio Limpio’s efforts in environmental protection. We focus on environmental quality, hospitality education, water production, and organic production as part of our efforts to link the Rio Limpio project with the nature and community surrounding it.
In our efforts to raise sustainability in the area, solar panels are used throughout the community. Also, there is classification system separating solid waste and using the biodegradable residue in the fertilization of the garden. 100% of the food, drinks, products, and services offered in Rio Limpio are local. In addition, all of the employees are locals committed to improving the wellbeing of the community and environment.
Contact UsPhone: 829-292-8375