Catalina Island, also called Ikiita Island (also called by local indigenous people as Toeya), is an island that is located in the Caribbean Sea just a few kilometers southeast of Hispaniola Island south of the province of La Romana which is part of the Dominican Republic. From La Romana it takes half an hour to get to Catalina Island. It has an approximate area of 9.6 square kilometers and is uninhabited. The island is part of the trio of adjacent islands in the southeast of the country, along with the Saona and Catalinita. It has various natural beauties, such as its paradisiacal beaches with white sands and the crystalline waters that surround it live different species of birds and fish. The island was named after the navigator Christopher Columbus on his trip through the area in May 1494. It is a popular tourist destination and a place frequented by some Caribbean cruise ships. Catalina Island has the best snorkeling and diving in the entire area of Dominican Republic, given the nature of its translucent waters and that it is surrounded by live corals inhabited by colorful fish.
Pick up time at hotels: 9:15 AM - Return: 5:30 pm
ALL INCLUSIVE: Transportation, Boat Transport, Lunch,
Drinks: alcoholic and non-alcoholic
What to bring: Towel, Sunglasses, Pocket money
Per Adult: Scuba diving with 2 dive sites: $155 USD
Snorkeling: $65 USD
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