Quetzal Excursions also welcomes you for your private events like this beautiful wedding at Saona Beach in Dominican Republic
Do you recognize this place? Saona Island, discovered in 1494 by Christopher Columbus, is currently the largest island in the Eastern National Park. Covering an area of 120 km2, it has been classified as a national Park in 1975 and offers a great wealth of fauna and flora as well as its coral reefs. Come…Details
This heron seems to appreciate the tranquility of the national park of the east and the view without a boat since the establishment of quarantine.
Discovering the starfish of the natural swimming pool … located in the eastern national park, near Saona island, we feel like we are alone in the world ⭐️💕
Quetzal Excursions supports the lobster reproduction period which started on March 1st and will end on June 30, 2020 … It is important that everyone plays the game whether it is excursions centers, restaurants, hotels … but you also consumers … During these 4 months on Saona’s excursion, we replace the lobsters with delicious shrimp…Details
Let’s do snorkeling in a very clear water to Catalina island…always with a small group!
Come and enjoy with your family or friends of a private day trip with the Scuba Diving option on the Caribbean coast of the Dominican Republic! Non-diving people will enjoy a Snorkeling moment while you discover the local depths! Let us know your desires and we will advise you on the organization of your excursion!…Details
Quetzal Excursion offers you an excursion to the island of Saona especially adapted to cruise ship schedules passing through La Romana … Board a speedboat to go to do snorkeling at Saona, lunch at a gorgeous beach of Saona with all comfort necessary and go to see the starfish at the natural pool!!Details
Board a speed boat to go to the village of Mano Juan on the island of Saona. After visiting the village and having a stop at the turtle rescue association, we will go to a wild beach, known as Canto de la Playa where snorkeling lovers can enjoy the reefs. For the meal, we will…Details