Flamenco beach in saona Island

Flamenco Beach in Saona Island

Playa Flamenco is one of the two best beaches on Isla Saona, but you cannot get there on the tours you hire at hotels in Punta Cana. Discover how you can visit it and enjoy this incredible virgin beach in this article.

Isla Saona is a place that is always worth going to, as its natural beauty is a true invitation to have fun and enjoy a true paradise on earth. Among the things that can be done on this island is taking a walk along Playa Flamenco.

Playa Flamenco is a true wonder, as its crystal clear waters and white sand confirm it.

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How to get there?
In the port of Bayahibe you can take a speedboat that includes this visit or hire a trip on your own to Isla Saona. The journey takes about an hour and a half.

We recommend the Isla Saona VIP Tour. It is the best valued by the visitors of our entire catalogue.

What to bring?

We recommend bringing sun protection and swimwear, as we will be exposed to the sun. It is also recommended to protect those elements that can be damaged if some water enters during the tour.

How to get to Playa Flamenco?

Getting to Playa Flamenco is very easy. You can get there quickly from Bayahibe on the Isla Saona VIP tour, or by renting a boat and sailing 40 minutes along the south coast of Isla Saona to the east.

Playa Flamenco is one of the beaches that are visited on the Isla Saona VIP tour, so if you hire this tour, you will not only get to this incredible beach, but to others of equal or greater beauty, such as El Canto de la Playa.

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Where to eat?

In the town of Mano Juan you can find restaurants that offer typical food from the beach areas, but if you go with a tour it is possible that the meals are included and among the dishes the fried fish and some cuts of meat stand out. You can not miss the well-known Brugal rum.

Return to Bayahibe

The return from Mano Juan to Bayahibe is done in speedboats. This starts more or less at 5 in the afternoon and has an approximate duration of just over 45 minutes.

Remember to wear comfortable clothing, a bathing suit, towels, hats or caps, and plenty of sunscreen. Also keep in mind that you are likely to be in contact with a variety of marine species, including starfish.

If so, contemplate them, but do not take them out of the water.

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