One of the most popular excursions in the Dominican Republic. A beautiful Caribbean island surrounded by an endless blue expanse, located in the south-eastern part of the country. Discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1494, it attracts tourists with its uninhabitability, virginity, fine white sand and turquoise water. Tourists get there both in groups on large catamarans and on individual yachts (vip). Several stops-on a coral reef-feeding 1000 fish with bread by hand, in a natural sea pool with real starfish, next to sunken trunks-a favorite habitat of pelicans, in mangroves. The island of Saona is not completely uninhabited, it is inhabited by indigenous people: 112 species of birds, of which 8 species are in the red book, also pay attention to such animals as sea turtles and manatees. A typical Dominican lunch is waiting for you on the island, and you can also taste real freshly caught lobsters for a fee.