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Island Paradise: Why a Saona Island Excursion Needs to Be On Your Itinerary

Are you counting down the days until your upcoming vacation to the Dominican Republic? Who could resist the pristine beaches and unparallel culture this Caribbean nation has to offer?

Of course, you’ll want to sign up for plenty of activities and excursions to make your vacation as unforgettable as possible. But with so many options to choose from, where will you start?

Well, Saona Island is one of the best tour options available. It’s a real can’t-miss for anyone who loves culture, beaches, or being pampered all day.

Do you want to know why? Keep reading to discover the top reasons Saona Island needs to make it onto your travel itinerary.

The Island Is Beautiful

“But I’m already visiting the gorgeous beaches in the Dominican Republic. How much better could Saona Island be than the mainland?”

While the Dominican Republic is prized for its stunning beaches, Saona Island takes this one step further. White sand, palm trees rustling in the ocean breeze, and crystal clear water make up the picturesque scene that is Saona Island.

If you upgrade to a VIP Saona day trip excursion, you can even relax on a secluded and unspoiled beach. Imagine the feeling of having the entire beach to yourself. Plus, let’s not forget those amazing pictures you’re bound to get without anyone walking around in the background.

…And So Is The Town

The beach isn’t the only picturesque part of Saona Island. If you’d like to talk to the locals and learn more about the culture, head over to Mano Juan.

This quaint fishing village has wooden houses painted in various pastel shades. Not only is this a great photo opt, but Mano Juan is also a craft center, so you just may find that perfect souvenir here.  

You Can Spot Some Animals

Do you always keep your eyes peeled for local wildlife? Well, you won’t have to look very hard on Saona Island.

Turtles, manatees, dolphins, starfish, and various species of birds (including the colorful green parrot) are often spotted.

It’s Part of a Protected National Park

Are you always worried about animals being exploited for tourist reasons? Well, Saono Island is part of a protected national park called Parque Nacional Del Este.

This means that you have ample opportunities to witness these spectacular animals in their natural environment. There are no harmful animal interactions here.

Saona Island is also the Dominican Republic’s most important turtle nesting site. There’s a turtle conservation project in the town of Mano Canto which is worth a visit if you have the time.

There are Plenty of Activities

While the beach is the main attraction of Saono Island, there’s more to do here than lounge in the sand. You can play a fun game of beach volleyball, learn how to do the merengue, and even get a relaxing beach massage.

There’s something for everyone in the family!

You Can Explore a Natural Pool Lagoon

One of the things that make Saona Island special is its Natural Pool Lagoon. The water is so shallow and clear that you can see straight down to the bottom.

Starfish regularly make the Natural Pool Lagoon their home, so you and your family can walk along the sandbar looking for these colorful and unique creatures.

On the way back to the mainland, your tour will also likely stop by a natural pool in the sea. Here you can jump in and enjoy the refreshing water. You may also find a few starfish here, so you get the bragging rights of telling your friends you swam with the starfish!

Enjoy a Day of Fun

Vacations are fun, but they can also be quite stressful. Figuring out how to plan each day to minimize potential problems can be a real headache.

Luckily, you’ll have one less day to worry about when you book a Saona Island excursion. Everything from transportation to food is already organized and taken care of for you.

You can enjoy unlimited drinks, local cuisine, and entertainment on the boat while being transported to and from the island. All you have to do is sit back and enjoy.

You Can Feel Like Royalty

Do you like to be pampered from time to time? Let’s face it—who wouldn’t want to feel like royalty on vacation?

There’s no better place to get the royal treatment than Saona Island. When you take a helicopter excursion, you’ll get just that and more.

Your day will start with a 30-minute helicopter ride where you’ll get a spectacular bird’s-eye view of Saona Island. You’ll then land onto a secluded beach where you can enjoy the scenery minus the crowds.

After learning a bit more about the island, you can indulge in a high-end lunch featuring lobster, fresh fish, conch (a local specialty), and chicken. Of course, there will also be plenty of side dishes, like fresh fruit, potatoes, salad, and freshly-made tostones (another Dominican specialty).

When your stomach is full, you can feel free to spend your day however you’d like. Enjoy the warm water, get a massage, or just relax on the beach.

Sign Up For Your Saona Island Excursion Today

Have we convinced you to visit Saona Island on your upcoming trip to the Dominican Republic? From the picturesque beach to the animal sightings, you can’t go wrong with an excursion to this island.

Are you looking for more great tours options? Check out our Dominican Republic excursion page today! We offer tours throughout the Caribbean, so we can help you plan any future trips to the Dominican Republic, Bahamas, Aruba, and more.

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