Tres Ojos Santo Domingo
This panoramic is made up of 12 photos, resulting in a 169.7 megapixel final shot. Tres Ojos, or Three Eyes park is one of the top tourist attractions in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
It is said that the caves were created hundreds of years ago when underground caves collapsed and the bottom of these caves filled with water from an underground river. You can see here the stalagmites hanging from the ceiling, the vegetation and the blue/green water of one of the lakes below.
Note that there is no easy way in/out of these areas for the physically challenged. As you will see at the top right of this photo is the entrance to the cave via a long and uneven staircase leading down to the water. There are many other staircases to climb up and down if you want to visit all of the lakes.