Isla Catalina

Catalina Island on the southeast side of the Dominican Republic, Catalina Island is is a protected natural park, inhabited except for a small group of sailors who ensure its preservation. Maybe Catherine is perhaps the last virgin island near the Dominican Republic’s coast. The island has a small size, with a beach of almost one kilometre of white sand and crystal clear waters, always calm. It is protected at all times from the wind, making it easy to see the boats moored in its waters. In addition to its wonderful views, Catalina is known worldwide as one of the best snorkeling spots in the Caribbean