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Saona Island Private Speed Boat

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Saona Private Speed Boat Both Ways 

Saona Island Private Speed Boat Excursion is perfect for small families or love birds looking for a private, quiet, relaxing experience bypassing the large groups and party scene of the classic package.

This speed boat can accommodate up to 20 plus participants and will provide you with the freedom to choose your stops and your return to shore.

You will get picked up at the time of your choosing in a private vehicle just for you. 

Once you arrive in Bayahive, you will board our speed boat and have the choice to stop at the natural pool and snorkel on the way to Saona for as long as you please, 

When you arrive at Saona Island, you will be accommodated away from the crowd, 

After you get to roam around Saona with your designated guide, you will experience our private Dominican BBQ Meal, with a buffet type, usually in the buffet are serve with, Pork Chops, Chicken, Rice, Cold Pasta, Hot Pasta, Egg Plant, Potatoes, Fruits, Green Salad


The price feature on this package is for a minimum of 5 participants: the price starts at $145 per person the more participants, the lower the price. If you like to add any additional passengers, make sure to contact our reservation team, they will quickly provide you with a confirmation on any other. 


The best part about this package is that you get to choose the pickup and return times, besides any details of how you would like to spend your Saona Island day.



What happens when we lift a starfish out of the water for an impromptu photo section? 

All over the body of starfish are papules called dermal gills. Carbon dioxide gases are exchanged for oxygen between the coelomic liquid of the starfish and the water. Essentially, it’s how they breathe, like having hundreds of tiny noses all over their body.

As fresh air is toxic to starfish, and they can’t hold their breath for very long, each time they’re lifted out of the water for a photo op, they are drowning and suffering from a build-up of carbon dioxide. It’s the equivalent of someone filling your lungs with water for a little while and then emptying them again. It’s not a good day out. When this is done repeatedly, it’s a flip of the coin whether the poor creature can die from drowning or the stress of being semi-drowned so many times.

This is an act we’re all guilty of at some point. What was happening to that animal at the moment didn’t cross our minds. But now we know better, so we must do better.


Please Look But Don't Touch

  • Private Transportation
  • Private Speed Boat 
  • Private Relaxing Spot at Saona
  • Private Meal
  • Meals and Beberages
  • Multy Stops at Natural Pool
What to bring
  • Towel
  • Sunblock Cream 
  • Water Shoes
  • Bathing Suit
  • Sun Glases 
  • Cash for Souvenirs and Tips