CATALINA ISLAND

NATIONAL PARK

BAYAHIBE - It is a small island of 15 square kilometers that is located in the Caribbean Sea, a few kilometers off the coast of the province of La Romana, Dominican Republic. The island was baptized with that name by the navigator Christopher Columbus on his travels through the area in May 1494.

Catalina Island is ideal for diving and snorkeling. Its virgin beaches of fine white sands and calm and crystalline waters make Catalina a totally wonderful place. Its waters are teeming with coral, including a "Living Museum of the Sea" followed by the discovery after three centuries of Captain Kidd's shipwreck at 21 meters deep, just off the island.

Hawksbill turtles come here to nest between the months of June and October of each year due to warm waters.

You can visit it by organizing an excursion with us.

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