Full Day Snorkeling in Catalina Island with Transportation and Lunch
- Live Guide
- Instant Confirmation
- Day Trip
- Pickup Service
- 8 hr
Catalina Island was discovered in 1494 by the navigator Christopher Columbus on his second trip to the American continent and was named in honor of the daughter of Queen Isabella of Castile, but it is also known as Ikiita Island and is called by the indigenous people places like Labanea or Toeya. It is part of the trio of adjacent islands in the southeast of the Dominican Republic, together with Saona and Catalinita, with Saona being the only inhabited island. Catalina Island was, like other areas of the Caribbean, a refuge for pirates and corsairs from 1520 until the 1980s. 1720. They waited for the Spanish ships that passed by to attack and rob them, which is interesting for lovers of these ancient stories.
Operated by: GY EXCURSIONES TOURS
Explore the beautiful underwater world of the Dominican Islands on this Snorkel tour. Departing from the city of La Romana, board from the port and cruise out to all the ocean has to offer. A guide will lead you through snorkeling and diving activities. Then continue to Catalina Island for a swim followed by a buffet lunch. Dance classes, drinks, and aquarium dives make for a delightful day. Who doesn't like to take a refreshing bath from time to time? There is nothing better than going to the beach and enjoying water sports. While swimming at some point, who wanted to snorkel as we had a fantastic lunch that was fresh, full of flavor and delicious. if you like to dance merengue and bachata because they are great Latin dances that can be enjoyed with friends while having refreshing cocktails in one of the beach bars.
Duration: 8 hour