Divers of all levels will have a great time diving in the Dominican Republic.
You will be able to explore a multitude of marine life, coral reefs, caves and wrecks, in waters between 25°C (77°F) and 31°C (88°F) all year round.

The beauty of diving in the Dominican Republic is how much there is to explore: isolated islands that are difficult to access and wrecks that are only accessible to advanced divers.

Bayahibe is the most popular area for diving in the Dominican Republic.
Bayahibe allows diving in Catalina Island and Saona coral reef.
There are also wrecks to discover, such as the Atlantic Princess (accessible to all levels of divers at a depth of only 45 feet). Advanced divers can explore the wreck of the Saint George, more difficult to reach at a depth of 120 feet.
Types of diving in Bayahibe include drift diving, deep diving, cave diving and wreck diving. For scuba diving enthusiasts or just to try this sport, Bayahibe and Dominicus is the ideal place in the Dominican Republic.

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