You're visiting the Dominican Republic with a large group of friends or family, and you'd want to all meet up on the same boat for an amazing day?
This spacious motor boat with a maximum capacity of 60 persons is provided by Quetzal excursion. Tell us what you want, and we'll plan the day of your dreams!
Our French-Dominican staff would be delighted to welcome you aboard our extremely comfortable boat, designed and built by the skipper himself. During your visit, do not hesitate to sit beside the Captain at the helm and listen to his narrative. Or strike up a nice conversation with our two French crew members, who have left everything behind to go on an adventurous journey in the Caribbean. The two Dominican sailors who have been with them since the catamaran's construction will look after the boat before, during, and after your amazing day with us. We can talk to everyone on our small group tours.
Saona Island is the definition of Caribbean beauty, and a boat journey to its sun-kissed shores is one of the Dominican Republic's most popular excursions. A mile-long length of golden sand and crystal blue ocean bordered by coconut palm trees provides the ideal setting for a day of sun, sea, and Dominican rum.
Catalina Island, discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1494, has been a part of the East National Park since 1975. With its pristine sandy beaches and abundant coral and fish reefs, this little island is a treasure. A few kilometers off the shore of La Romana is a haven for those who enjoy free snorkeling with fins, mask, and snorkel.
Las Palmillas Natural Pool
Palmilla beach is a tiny and remote paradise in La Romana, southwest of the Parque Nacional del Este.It can only be reached by boat from Bayahibe or La Romana, as it cannot be reached by land. It is a paradisiacal area encompassed by the Eastern National Park that is quite near to Saona Island and is worth visiting.