Three radically different national parks within the Dominican Republic make up a UNESCO “Biosphere Reserve,” a cornucopia of biodiversity where countless endemic species inhabit a wide variety of ecosystems. The Reserva de la Biosfera series spotlights each of these parks in individual 15-minute episodes: Jaragua, one of the Carribean’s largest coastal protected areas, the iconic mountain landscape of the Sierra de Bahuroco, and the pristine salt lake of Enriquillo. (In Spanish with English subtitles.)


Directed by Máximo José Rodríguez. Produced by Fundación Propagas. 

Reserva De La Biosphera: Jaragua, Bahuroco, y Enriquillo

2009 DO 45 min
Festival Year: 2016
Types: Documentary
Topic: Environmental Advocacy and Justice, Global Perspectives, Parks and Protected Areas, Wildlife