Touring this ecotourism circuit represents an enriching experience and Tourists have a cozy and safe access.
Embark on a catamaran from Bayahibe to visit the natural pool and Saona Island, live the experience of sailing on the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea and get to know the Cotubanamá National Park is a privilege that is available to all who come to visit Republic Dominican and almost a must visit.
Once the visitor starts sailing from Bayahibe beach, not only comes into contact with the marine ecosystem, but has the opportunity to meet different natural attractions until culminating in Saona Island, a paradise place embroidered with beaches, white sands and lush vegetation.
There is also a beautiful beach called “The natural pool“, due to its crystal clear waters, where tourists leave the boats to enjoy a cool dip before passing near the mangroves and reaching Saona Island.
When the Ministry of Environment gave restored administrative facilities and a paved path leading to the beach and access to the pier and monitoring improved, start the tour of this area protected since 1975 he experienced a before and after were created.
Modern ticket office
As part of the readjustment, Minister Ángel Estévez together with the authorities of La Altagracia showed a modern ticket office where visitors can buy their tickes for the trip guaranteed, modern bathrooms, shower areas, dressing rooms…
The environment was provided with 12 clean points for the classification of waste, as well as the expansion of the recreation area with a terrace and beautification to provide tourists with more comfort.
With these improvements, adequate conditions are created for visitors to enjoy a more welcoming coastal destination, as part of the Removal plan set forth by the President on a tour of Saona Island, Bayahibe and Mano Juan.
The park has 572 species of flora, 484 of these native, 53 endemic and 35 introduced.
80 percent or more of these come from Europe, Canada and the United States.
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