One of the best points for snorkeling in Dominican Republic
Catalina Island is a small land mass of 6 square miles off the shores of the Dominican Republic, formed by coral stone and surrounded by one of the most diverse ecosystems in the Caribbean Sea. It is classified as a national monument with a protected environment and little development, making it a popular spot for diving, fishing and snorkeling.
Spend the day snorkeling Caribbean coral reefs on an excursion to Catalina Island. Experience a snorkeling wonderland at ‘The Wall’ drop-off, one of the Dominican Republic’s most beautiful dive sites, renowned for its coral reef and tropical fish. Spend some relaxing time on Catalina Island, an uninhabited nature reserve and national park, and enjoy a lunch on the island.
Your first snorkel spot is ‘The Wall’ drop-off on the Caribbean side of the island. Perfect for beginner to expert snorkelers, it’s considered one of the country’s most beautiful dive sites. Snorkel with an incredible variety of colorful fish at this impressive drop-off that stretches to the Caribbean Sea. The top of the reef is covered with different coral and sponges, varying in colorful shapes and sizes. Spot tropical fish while you snorkel in this famous Catalina Island spot.