Mona Island

Also known as the Galapagos of the Caribbean, this secluded island is an uninhabited, ecological reserve where Mother Nature is fully in charge of this 22 square mile island. Come to Mona Island to enjoy the quiet beaches, explore the magnificent coral reefs and photograph it’s unique plants and wildlife. During your exploration, you will find petroglyphs on the walls from theTainos who made the island’s caves their homes nearly six thousand years ago. Only 100 visitors are allowed on the island at a time.