LIFE AT THE SEA
The Dominican Republic's pristine waters, ideal weather, and many marinas make it the perfect boating destination. Whether it's a day out with the family, fishing with friends, or going for a sunset cruise we promise it will be a most rewarding experience.
TOP SAILING DESTINATIONS IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Photo By: Anton Bielousov (Own work: Dominican Republic trip)
Mangrove forests, caves, and limestone mounds reminiscent of Vietnam's famous Halong Bay.
Crystal clear pool-like water and easily accessed from nearby Casa de Campo.
Luscious, green, and full of marine life, the Bay of Samaná is truly a national treasure.
Just off the coast of La Romana, Catalina Island is paradise for sailors with an interest in marine life.
Part of the Parque Nacional del Este, it's the perfect example of a deserted island, if you don't count its resident herd of wild horses.
Bahia de las Aguilas
8km of pure white sand and still crystal clear water. A different kind of paradise near the Haitian border.
Home to the luxurious Bahía Principe Hotel, Cayo Levantado is a little island smack in the middle of the Samaná Bay. The perfect location for a day at the beach.