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Spend the afternoon snorkeling, sipping cocktails and lounging on the beach with a trip to Catalina Island. Set out from Santo Domingo for a coastal drive and 35-minute boat ride to this tropical paradise, known for its palm trees and pure white sands. Once here enjoy a guided snorkeling excursion among colorful coral reefs and marine fishes, then head back to land for a Dominican-style lunch and an open bar. Sample a Cuba Libre, take a swim or soak in the local entertainment. Remember: you're on island time. 

Highlights

  • Day trip from Santo Domingo to Catalina Island
  • Learn about the island’s protected natural environment and wildlife from a guide
  • Go snorkeling on a coral reef
  • Enjoy lunch and Dominican cocktails like a mamajuana
  • Spend free time relaxing on the beach or dancing the merengue
  • Travel to and from the island by boat
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off included

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What You Can Expect

Catalina Island Day Trip from Santo Domingo

Snorkel off the shores of Catalina Island in the Dominican Republic!

Customer Reviews

Diana H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

Amazing place! The tour guide José Gómez was incredibly nice, very informative, always worried about our comfort and enjoyment. The trip on the boat went smoothly. The only downside was the extremely brief explanation on how to use the snorkeling equipment, so we had to come out of the water very fast, to secure our gear, and then go back into the water. But after that it just just perfect! The beach was great, the water great, and the lunch and drinks fantastic. 100 recommended!!

David W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2016

This was an excellent way to spend the day. The tour can begin a tad early if you're still recovering from travel, but the pickup outside of hotel or apartment where yo're staying can help mitigate that. The ride from Santo Domingo to La Romana takes about 1:302:00, but our guide Jean Carlos pointed our plenty of sights along the way and was generally very good company and conversation and the ride passed quickly. We also stopped along the way for food, drinks, or snacks to bring to the island. Once we reached La Romana, we boarded a boat with roughly 30 fellow passengers and set out. Off the coast of the island, we dropped anchor for about 3045 minutes for snorkling over a shallow reef where we saw lots of fish the water was remarkably clear. Then we headed ashore. The beach was quite lovely, and there were plenty of lounging seats to lay down and sun yourself. Jean Carlos kept an eye on all of our belongings while we were in the ocean and was very helpful. Lunch was also provided in form of typical dominican fare, but was quite good. All in all, the day trip was a lot of fun and I recommend it fully. The only reservation I would express is that if you're planning on going and you have fair skin, be sure that you wear sun screen!

Butch

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2016

Driver took great care to make the trip as comfortable as possible. Our tour guide was outstanding, he spoke impeccable english, gave us so much information about the island and each village we passed through. His attitude and enthusiasm kept us fully engaged. The tour team stayed with us the entire day making us feel very secure. We highly recommend Viator w/Grey Line Tours.

Bobby O

4 star rating: Recommended October 2016

The driver/guide was great, knowledgeable about the cities and sights.

pepperjackm United States of ... 

3 star rating: Worth doing April 2016

Day trip worth doing but needs organization, better equipment, no off loading to , better trip and nicer beach Saona Island.

Roxana V

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better November 2015

Everything was ok, I have been on better boats for the price. The snorkeling area was nice, but not a wide variety of fish, but the water was warm and clear and therefore enjoyable. The island lunch was terrible. No running water, which made me wonder how the food handlers cleaned thier hands, flies all over the food, with only half hearted attempts to shoo them away..my husband got sick after because he was not as cautious as I was. So yes for snorkeling, but I suggest you bring your own food, and definitely hand sanitizers

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