Soana Island is located in the Cotubanamà National Park, at the extreme south-east tip of the Dominican Republic. Imagine a deep blue sky coupled with the infinite turquoise shades of the sea surrounding this palm-tree lined island that is like a taste of Paradise. Its stunning coral reefs are home to a rainbow of tropical fish. A veritable protected nature reserve, it is home to a sea turtle sanctuary. In Mano Juan, the pastel-coloured wooden huts give this charming fishing village a warm and friendly atmosphere. Don’t miss the chance to discover the cultural heritage of Saona, such as the Cotubanamà cave, painted by the Taino Indians before the Spanish conquest.