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Saona VIP Semi Private

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Overview

Saona VIP Excursion

This excursion is for those who like to have a quality excursion and be treated VIP for the right price, as an expert on Punta Cana activities we believe that our VIP package provides those visitors who want a more direct quality service without the running around, Our Saona Island VIP Semi-Private, will pick you up from your hotel at 8:00 am, on a vehicle just for you, will drive you directly to Bayahive avoiding the stops at various hotels, avoiding the stops at the gift shops unless you requested, giving you a sense of quality and privacy, you will share the Catamaran trip from Bayahive the Saona Island but will be accommodated at space separated from the large regular group, once you arrive at the island you will be also serving your meal separate from the large group, this will give you much more quality of time, on the way back you will share the speed boat to Bayahive, the most important portion of this package come to use on the return to the hotel, after a day of fun and action you are ready to just go back to the relaxing headquarters of your all inclusive rooms, you do not want to drive around on a bus with other client's stopping at each hotel, with the Saona VIP Semi Private you will be taken straight to your hotel. 

Note: This price Package,  is for small group minimum of 10 people

 

SOMENTHING VERY IMPORTANT 

What happen when we lift a starfish out of the water for 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 your 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.

Wildlife is not our playthings. Just because a creature is slow enough to be caught by human hands, doesn’t give us the right to do so, and the social media attention gained certainly does not justify the harm caused to the critter.

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.

Look But Don't Touch

Included
  • Private Transportation 
  • Share Catamaran
  • Private meal at Saona
  • Alcohol
  • Private return Transportation 
What to bring
  • Towel
  • Swimsuit
  • Sun cream