Catalina Island, Dominican Republic Cruise Port
When cruising to Catalina Island, Dominican Republic you will be shocked to know that the island is only 6 square miles because of all that there is to do here. This island has the most diverse in all of the Caribbean and is classified as a national monument with protected environment. Swimming, diving, fishing and snorkeling are something that you should try when cruising to Catalina Island, Dominican Republic. In 2007, William Kidd’s 1699 Quedagh Merchant ship was found just off the shores of the island. This sighting has established a Marine Protected Area to maintain the shipwreck and its surrounding coral reef system. Below, we have listed a few of our favorite things to do when cruising to Catalina Island, Dominican Republic:
Relax along one of the beautiful beaches for a fun day in the sun.
Go swimming in the crystal clear waters for a refreshing break.
Take on snorkeling or scuba diving to see the most diverse underwater life that the Caribbean has to offer.
Embark on a guided tour about the island to learn more about the history and culture.