Dive Guide for the Dominican Republic
The Dominican Republic is the second largest Caribbean County and often an underrated dive destination. With clear warm waters, vibrant marine life, and a variety of underwater landscapes, the Dominican Republic is a great destination for both beginner and experienced divers.
The country features vibrant coral reefs that are home to a variety of coral species and marine life including tropical fish, rays, and turtles making them ideal for underwater photography and exploration.
Dominican Republic Dive Sites
Types of dives in the Dominican RepublicBoat Salt water Snorkel site Wreck Wall Current Drift Deep (80ft/24.5m) Cavern Swim through Easy entry
When to dive in the Dominican Republic
While diving is possible year-round, the high season from December to April is often preferred due to calmer seas and better visibility.