Diving in La Romana, Dominican Republic

Dive in tropical waters and discover the natural treasure the area of La Romana offers in the southeast of Dominican Republic.

Diving in La Romana, Dominican Republic
Diving in La Romana
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Enjoy diving in La Romana in the warm and blue waters in this area of Dominican Republic. Observe submarine caves and coral reefs; swim among more than 120 different species of tropical fishes and a great variety of marine fauna.

Explore the places where several ships sank centuries ago, and visit the living museums of the Naufragio del Capitán Kidd Shipwreck, and the ones of Guadalupe and Guaraguao. Contemplate sank ships and other archeological objects covered in coral and other underwater life.

Dive in the waters of Catalina Island and observe the coral wall surrounding it on a tour that leaves from the dock of La Romana and lasts around 2 hours.

If you prefer diving, visit the St. George's Wreck, a wrecked ship of 85-meters length at around 40 meters deeps, that suffered the poundings of Hurricane George.

Other interesting places for diving are in the East National Park, Catalinita Island or the mouth of the Chavón river.

More information:

Opening hours:

Tours normally leave at 9:00am and go back at 4:00pm

Ticket prices:

1300 RD$ per person (Negotiable if directly talking to the boatmen on the beach)


Bayahibe: 809 833 00 50

Scubafun-PADI: 809 833 0003

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