The El Dudú Lagoon, located in the municipality of Cabrera, is one of the main tourist attractions in the María Trinidad Sánchez province that attracts thousands of visitors each year. It is located on the Cabrera-Nagua highway near the town of La Entrada.
In the Dudu, there are two turquoise freshwater lakes. They are the product of the depression of a cave, a geological phenomenon called cenote.
The main lagoon or the Dudú has the shape of a crater with an area of 700 square meters and a depth of 25 meters.
Visitors have the option of going for the zipline that runs through the lagoon from end to end, falling into the water from a height of 10 meters. If you plan to do so, you should do so with caution and follow the instructions of the staff of this private complex
The other lagoon, known as the Well of the Horses, is smaller and shallower. Here, visitors can take a refreshing swim and enjoy the natural beauty of this environment
The El Dudú Lagoon is one of the ideal places to practice speleological diving, since the two bodies of water are directly connected through subterranean tunnels. According to the story, The Dudu began making use for diving by Michel Bonin in 1993, and by the end of the decade, Horst Julius exploded the main tunnel.
Other attractions of the Dudu Lagoon is its wide green area where you can enjoy sunbathing or participate in outdoor activities, and the Taína cave that features rock art printed on its walls.