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We did their speedboat tour to Sanoa Island last week. It was amazing. The staff were awesome and the tour was so fun. A highlight of our trip really. We had 4 adults and kids ranging from age 7-17 and everyone loved the day with Seavis. Someone from our facebook group connected to our sailing organized a group rate which made it even better.

 

Trip included a speedboat out to a sandbar to snorkle where the starfish hang out. They served rum cake, drinks and fresh pineapple in the water. Then we sped over to the mangrove trees and the native caves where we were given a history lesson. The day ended with a few hours on Sanoa Island where drinks were all included all day as was a yummy lunch. The beach was beautiful. Lounge chairs were provided.

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Thanks for posting your experience.

 

Will be there for 2nd time and researching what to do.

 

Did you book through cruise line or independent?

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Yes we've posted how much we enjoyed the Seavis Saona Island excursion - top notch outfit, excellent staff, and one of our favorite excursions. They make the taxi transfer painless as well. You are in a group of small powerboats which provide the speed needed to cover all of the areas on a cruise stop. They also closely monitor the Carnival dock schedule because that does change by 1 hour often, no worries on getting back to the dock safely and on time.

 

afcruiser you book directly with Seavis, an independent tour company. You can also book a similar excursion through the cruise line but it doesn't compare.

 

http://www.seavisbayahibe.com

 

For anyone interested in other options we've also taken the Catalina Island excursion with Pro Excursions, another excellent outfit. That particular day was a full day while staying in Bayahibe and would not be available to cruisers. But they have other options as does Seavis Tours.

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Yes we've posted how much we enjoyed the Seavis Saona Island excursion - top notch outfit, excellent staff, and one of our favorite excursions. They make the taxi transfer painless as well. You are in a group of small powerboats which provide the speed needed to cover all of the areas on a cruise stop. They also closely monitor the Carnival dock schedule because that does change by 1 hour often, no worries on getting back to the dock safely and on time.

 

afcruiser you book directly with Seavis, an independent tour company. You can also book a similar excursion through the cruise line but it doesn't compare.

 

www.seavisbayahibe.com

 

For anyone interested in other options we've also taken the Catalina Island excursion with Pro Excursions, another excellent outfit. That particular day was a full day while staying in Bayahibe and would not be available to cruisers. But they have other options as does Seavis Tours.

 

Thank You. Will check them out.

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We did their speedboat tour to Sanoa Island last week. It was amazing. The staff were awesome and the tour was so fun. A highlight of our trip really. We had 4 adults and kids ranging from age 7-17 and everyone loved the day with Seavis. Someone from our facebook group connected to our sailing organized a group rate which made it even better.

 

Trip included a speedboat out to a sandbar to snorkle where the starfish hang out. They served rum cake, drinks and fresh pineapple in the water. Then we sped over to the mangrove trees and the native caves where we were given a history lesson. The day ended with a few hours on Sanoa Island where drinks were all included all day as was a yummy lunch. The beach was beautiful. Lounge chairs were provided.

 

We tell people about this excursion all the time!! Definitely one of our favorites. The starfish were the best part of the trip.

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At the sandbar the guide plays a trick on the girls for fun - they have the guys get out of the boat on one side and the girls on the other. The guys get the rum. My wife was the only girl that didn’t fall for it.

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