Located 1.5 miles from the mainland in the southeast corner of the Dominican Republic, near the provinces of La Altagracia and La Romana. It is a protected Natural Park with an approximate area of 9.6 square kilometers and totally uninhabited. This island discovered by the Spanish, baptized by the navigator Christopher Columbus, has truly picturesque landscapes and incomparable beauty.
Due to its crystal clear and warm waters, it is the ideal home for an infinity of marine species. Catalina Island is one of the best places in the Dominican Republic for snorkeling, with its incredible marine life and pristine coral reefs.