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Bayahibe

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Bayhibe is a small town in the Dominican Republic.

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Bayahibe founded in 1874 as a small fishing village, has been grown into a tourist destination.

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  • SeavisTours, 4 Calle Eladia, Dominicus-Bayahibe, 829 714 4947, [1]. SeavisTours is a small independent tour operator and specializes in Eco tourism. The Parque Nacional del Este includes 3 Islands: Saona, Catalinita and Catalina. One of the most popular tours is the Saona Crusoe VIP - an expedition per motor boat to remote places on Saona Island. Others include the '2 Island - 2 Ocean' Tour to the Island Catalinita. Tours are guided by a multi-lingual and knowledgeable guide. Fully licensed and insured.  edit


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  • Viva Wyndham Dominicus Palace Resort, (809) 686-5658 (fax: (809) 687-8583), [2]. Located on the southeast coast of the Dominican Republic facing the gorgeous islands of Saona and Catalina, the 83,000-square-foot hotel has the island's most beautiful white sand beaches.  edit


  • Dominicus Americanus, +1 829 213 1201, [3]. Comfortable, modern apartment equipped with everything you could need, including a spacious terrace overlooking the pool area. The bedroom is furnished with a queen size bed and en suite bathroom. Apartment is equipped with all amenities and a fully equipped kitchen and dining area, a common swimming pool and internal & external security. Restaurants, pizzerias, bars and gift shops are also in the immediate vicinity. Casino, nightclub and a lounge bar located 200 meters away.  edit

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