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Saona Island - Paradise in the Caribbean8 Reviews
Explore one of the most famous beaches in the country, recognized for its white sand, turquoise water and palm trees. We will stop at the fabulous natural pool, which is one of the largest in the world.
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DescriptionSaona Island has the most famous beaches in the country, it is recognized for its white sand, turquoise water and palm trees. We will leave the hotel at approximately 7:30 am in our comfortable buses to Bayahibe. From there we will leave for the Island in our speed boats or Catamaran. Upon arriving at the island we will enjoy a delicious typical Dominican buffet lunch, and we will enjoy the beautiful beach. We will return on our Catamaran to the rite of Caribbean music / or speed boat. In the section that is done by boat we will stop at the fabulous natural pool, which is one of the largest in the world, located in the middle of the sea 400 meters from the coast, an area where the depth barely reaches one meter, ideal for diving. The approximate duration of the excursion is 12 hours including pick-up time at hotels.
IncludesHotel pickup and drop-off Buffet lunch Drinks without alcohol Ron One section is done by speed boat The other section is done by Catamaran Stop at a natural pool Guide Photographer (Photos not included) National park tax
- El tour tendra siempre salida, excepto que la marina cancele las operaciones No apto para personas discapacitadas ni embarazadas