Saona Island lies off the southeastern tip of the Dominican Republic. It is part of the "East National Park", and is known for its mangroves, coral reefs and palm-fringed beaches like Palmilla Beach. The island’s shallow waters are home to many starfishes. Mano Juan is a laid-back fishing village near Flamingo Lagoon, with colorful shacks and a turtle sanctuary. To the west, the Cave of Cotubanamá has pre-Columbian rock art.
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