La Alameda Perú
It is a walk of seven (7) blocks through the center of Tingo Maria, with wide sidewalks and trees native of the area, with some places such as Colonel Leoncio Prado, José Abelardo Quiñones, among others. Not far away we can find the Santa Teresita Del Niño Jesus Church, which was founded in 1944 and is considered the oldest temple in the city.
Cerro San Cristobal mountain
It allows the visitor to contemplate all the wonders of Tingo María, with a panoramic view of the city. At the top it lies a huge cross with sufficient light that makes possible to be viewed from different angles.
The Tingo Maria National Park
It is an ecological reservation in charge of preserving the natural beauty of the area. There we can find the popular Cueva de las Lechuzas (Cave of the Owls), which is actually inhabited by oilbirds, locally known as guácharos (another type of bird), but it is definitely an amazing experience. Similarly, there are several hot springs accompanied by the beautiful landscapes of the area.