José Armando Bermúdez National Park

José Armando Bermúdez National Park is a Dominican Republic National Park spanning the northern slopes and central portions of the Central Mountain Range.[1]

View of the Cordillera Central mountain range where José Armando Bermúdez National Park is located

Together with the National Park José del Carmen Ramírez, the two parks were established in February 1956.[1] A highly elevated area, it is notable for cold and cool temperatures during most of the year (from −9 °C [16 °F] to 15 °C [59 °F]), despite being in a tropical country.

Natural historyEdit

The range supports the Hispaniolan pine forests ecoregion, of the Tropical and subtropical coniferous forests Biome.

The forests flora of notable biodiversity has many native trees, shrubs, and ferns, including:[1]


Coordinates: 19°10′34″N 71°03′00″W / 19.176°N 71.050°W / 19.176; -71.050