Parque Nacional La Isabela

San Pedro de Macoris Hwy.
Luperon, 99 - Map It
(809) 472-3717

AAA Editor Notes

Parque Nacional La Isabela is 8.5 mi. (14 km) w. of Luperón. In December 1493, Christopher Columbus established the first European settlement in the New World, building a walled city named La Isabela on the east bank of the Bajabonico River. The foundations of a fort, a sentry tower, a chapel and Columbus’s limestone house are visible. A small museum features exhibits about Spanish and Taíno culture and artifacts excavated from the site; labels are in Spanish.
$4.
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 9-5:30.