Catalina Island Snorkel Excursion From Punta Cana

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Spend the day snorkeling Caribbean coral reefs on an excursion to Catalina Island from Punta Cana. Experience a snorkeling wonderland at The Wall drop-off, one of the Dominican Republics most beautiful dive sites, renowned for its coral reef and tropical fish. Spend some relaxing time on Catalina Island, an uninhabited nature reserve and national park, and enjoy a barbecue-style lunch on the island.


  • Family friendly
  • Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
  • Lunch included
  • Snorkel gear included

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After being picked up from your Punta Cana hotel, travel to the port at La Romana to join your catamaran cruise. Beverages are served on board as you relax on the scenic trip to Catalina Island.

Arriving at Catalina Island National Park, relax on the boats deck or use the equipment provided to go snorkeling among the islands Caribbean corals. Your first snorkel spot is 'The Wall' drop-off on the Caribbean side of the island. Perfect for beginner to expert snorkelers, its considered one of the countrys most beautiful dive sites. Snorkel with an incredible variety of colorful fish at this impressive drop-off that stretches to the Caribbean Sea. The top of the reef is covered with different coral and sponges, varying in colorful shapes and sizes. Spot tropical fish while you snorkel in this famous Catalina Island spot.

After your Caribbean snorkeling adventure, relax at a private beach club with a tropical cocktail and Caribbean music, and enjoy a barbecue lunch on the island.

Spend the afternoon swimming and snorkeling, or simply relaxing on the beach. On your return cruise to Punta Cana, listen to music and perhaps have a dance as you sail back to the mainland.

Inclusions for Catalina Island Snorkel Excursion From Punta Cana

  • Use of snorkel equipment
  • Lunch
  • Beverages
  • Life vests
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off (selected hotels only)

Exclusions for Catalina Island Snorkel Excursion From Punta Cana

  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off from Cap Cana and Punta Cana Resort Club hotels

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Please note: hotel transportation is not included for Cap Cana and Punta Cana Resort Club hotels.

The Catalina Island Excursion offers an option for snorkeling and scuba diving. Please note that there will be divers as well on-board the catamaran along with snorkelers. 


Cancellation Policy
  • If you cancel within 3 calendar days (72 hours) of the scheduled departure time, the cancellation charge will be 100% of the undiscounted tour price.
  • If you cancel between 4 to 7 Calendar days before scheduled tour departure,the cancellation charge will be 50% of the undiscounted tour price.
  • If you cancel at least 8 calendar days in advance of the scheduled departure time, there is no cancellation fee. You will receive Full Refund for the paid amount.
  • Please note that in case of No show, the cancellation charge will be 100% of the listed tour fare.
  • Please note tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

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  • Very nice tour. Everything as promised. The snorkelling was beautiful and the island also. Good lunch and nice people operating the tour. Happy we took part in it.

  • Staff was great! Baby love was adorable and sweet! I met some wonderful ppl on this tour .

  • This snorkel tour consisted of about 30 people--a mix of scuba divers and snorkelers--on a large double decker boat. The divers had a dive master. Our tour guide for snorkeling pointed from the boat where we should not go due to boat traffic and that was the extent of the guide. Never got in the water. We then went to Catalina Island and again our guide pointed where the snorkeling should take place if we cared to snorkel in the area. We really didn't see the guide much at the Island and that may have been because he had taken his child along on the tour. On the Island we were instructed about lunch time and were told basically be there or don't eat. I'm glad we were there because the food was good. Snorkeling was OK. We did see lots of colorful fish. Basically what we paid for was the ride out to the island and lunch. A bit expensive for what we got.

  • We had a great adventure going snorkeling. We actually went to Saona Island instead of Catalina, it was gorgeous. I would liked to have seen the reefs that were mentioned in the excursion description but other than that it was a great trip. We had a guy along to take pics for the whole experience which we purchased for a very reasonable rate at the end of the trip. I would def recommend taking your own snorkel!

  • This excursion was targeted at scuba divers we were snorkelers. That said- despite the poor visibility and higher seas- it was an enjoyable experience. I would call to confirm 24 hours in advance to ensure pick up at your hotel call the local number. Bring towels.

  • Had an awesome time!! Would love to do this again. Saw and experience Punta Cuna's cystal clear water and island up close. The tour guides were very tentative to to make sure we had a great time!!

  • the tour was ok but there were not many drinks offered on the boat. the tour was mixed with people going out to go scuba diving so it was quite a packed boat and not overly comfortable. The food on the island was great and the beach was beautiful. I would not recommend if travelling with children as the boat was over crowned and not enough seats for everyone.

  • We purchase this trip believing that we would be on a Catamaran, not so! They sent us on a boat for deep sea divers. The few snorkelers were an after thought. Be sure that the company that picks you up knows that you want a Catamaran.

  • Snorkelling on the beach was much more interesting than the one from boat

  • The tour was a lot of fun, and the snorkeling was great. We had a nice lunch and then hung out at a pretty beach which had amazing snorkeling as well! I would suggest taking your own snorkel, which we did, because those on the boat are not very good. Our family had a wonderful time.

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