The arrival of Christopher Columbus to Isla Saona was on September 14, 1494, on his second trip, and he called it “Bella Savonesa”, in honor of the savona Michele da Cuneo, the first to realize that it was an island different from the so-called “La Española”, the current Dominican Republic. The natives, who had always called her Adamanay, found it difficult to pronounce the new name, so it ended up being called Isla Saona.
When traveling abroad it is essential that you know the documents that you will need to be able to access the country as a tourist. Here you can see the documents you need to enter the Dominican Republic: A valid passport is required. You will also likely need a tourist card (US$10) already…
Live a Christmas without snow on the Caribbean beach
there are many ways to find the cheapest rates and also avoid paying as many additional charges as possible when you plan ahead.
Traveling to the Caribbean is not an unattainable dream
Closely associated with the palm trees coating the beaches of Saona Island in the Dominican Republic, there are the Palmchat, the Cigua Palmera in Spanish, is the national bird of Dominican Republic, and its scientific name is Dulus Dominicus.
Pereskia quisqueyana, commonly known as the Bayahibe rose, is a species of cactus that is endemic to the Dominican Republic and since 2011 it is the Dominican national flower.
Wherever you go, the ideal is to book both the trip and activities and excursions in advance.
GOOD REASONS TO BOOK YOUR TOUR OR EXCURSION ONLINE
La Romana – Bayahibe area have some of the best points for snorkeling and diving in the Dominican Republic.