GENERAL DESCRIPTION

Bayahíbe is a town in the Dominican Republic, located about 10 miles (16 km) east of La Romana on the shore of the Caribbean Sea. Founded as a fishing village in 1874 by Juan Brito and his family, who came from Puerto Rico, it is one of the best location for scuba diving in the Dominican Republic. There are three shipwrecks in the area: the Atlantic Princess, St George and Coco.

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SENDERO PADRE NUESTRO

The "Sendero Padre Nuestro" is one of the largest hiking trails in Bayahibe.

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WATERFRONT

The Bayahíbe waterfront serves as an embarkation point for boat trips to the Saona Island, a thinly inhabited island with extensive beaches located in a national park. The waterfront also hosts numerous large tourist resorts.

SENDERO PADRE NUESTRO

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The "Sendero Padre Nuestro" is one of the largest hiking trails in Bayahibe.

WATERFRONT

Dominican-Republic-Bayahibe-Waterfront-1812 COVER

The Bayahíbe waterfront serves as an embarkation point for boat trips to the Saona Island, a thinly inhabited island with extensive beaches located in a national park. The waterfront also hosts numerous large tourist resorts.

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