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Saona Island

Speedboats and other types of vessels depart from Bayahibe towards this islet of invaluable natural beauty, one of the largest adjacent to the Hispaniola, and a territory of the National Park of the East, serving as a sanctuary to many species of migratory birds. Isla Saona also possesses fascinating caves, such as Cotubanamá, named in honor of the proud indigenous chief.

The island has a picturesque settlement called Mano Juan, one of the few populated areas inside this national park. It is inhabited by fishermen who live in pastel-colored wooden houses turned craftsman center. We encounter dream beaches surrounded by delicate white sand, bathed in crystal-clear waters and positioned in between millions of coconut palm trees.



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