Dominican Republic: July 20-27, 2019



The Dominican Republic has a wonderful array of scuba diving sites off every coast, including vibrant, fishy reefs, light beam-filled caverns and a long list of brag-worthy wrecks, both natural and purpose-sunk. Warm water, colorful reefs, wrecks, and good visibility all contribute to making the Dominican Republic a favorite among divers.  

The marine life in the Dominican Republic is populated by four species of marine turtles, namely the leatherback, green, loggerhead and hawksbill. These sea turtles are regularly spotted on the colorful reefs. Also commonly spotted are tropical fish species - from grazing parrotfish to butterfly and angelfish. You can also find eagle rays, eels, nurse sharks and jacks, depending on your exact location. In the warm waters near the estuaries, live the manatees which form a special treat for the few divers who spot them. In the deeper water, barracudas are often seen and a lucky few may see sharks, such as the hammerhead. Whales can be watched nursing their young at the SilverBank near Samana Bay in the right season.

The Dominican Republic is s mountainous, lush country that comprises the eastern half of the island of Hispaniola, and shares its western border with Haiti.  This has been a popular Caribbean escape since Christopher Columbus first set foot on shore in 1492!  

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Trip Includes:

  • 7 Nights Accommodations
  • 5 Days of Two Tank Boat Dives
  • 3 Diving Excursions
  • 1 Night Dive
  • Diving Park Fees
  • FREE Nitrox
  • 3 Meals a Day
  • Alcoholic & Non-Alcoholic Drinks
  • Transfers To and From Airport
  • Hotel Taxes


              $500 Deposit required to book the trip.