Saona Island, Bounty Island, Paradise Island - all names for the same place. Here you will surely feel like the hero of an adventure film. That’s because Saona Island is a place of snow-white soft sand, the warm and incredibly blue Caribbean Sea, palm trees leaning out over the water, as well as starfish, rum and bachata music.
Before you head to the Saona Island, you will visit the wonderful City of Artists - a unique decoration made by the staff of the company Paramount Pictures. The City of Artists is a complete recreation of a traditional Spanish village of the 16th century. Here you will feel like a traveler in time, stroll through ancient cobblestone streets, visit the shops of local merchants and admire the beauty of the Chavon River from a bird's eye view.
After visiting the City of Artists, you will travel by speed boat across the Caribbean Sea. The first stop is a visit to the Blue Lagoon where at the bottom lay many real starfish. *
The next stop will be straight to the Saona Island. Here you will have lunch, sunbathe and swim in the warm sea. During the whole tour, there is an open bar: rum, cola, sprite, beer, water - all available without limits.
But the nicest thing is that each excursion to Saona Island is accompanied by a professional photographer who makes reportage shooting of the whole excursion, staged photos on the island for every tourist in the group.
The cost of the excursion to Saona Island includes: lunch (buffet), alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks on the island and boat, and water on the bus.
Free photo session is provided - you will receive 3-6 professionally staged processed (color correction) photos as well as reportage photos from the excursion. The photos will be ready within 10 days after they are taken.
The price of the excursion is based on departure from hotels in the resort zone of Punta Cana. When booking excursions from other resort areas, please check with our consultants.
*As of October, 2017, removing starfish from the water is prohibited by order of the Dominican Republic Wildlife Protection Service. This is done to protect the starfish population.