Bavaro


Bávaro is dotted with hotels, restaurants and gift shops along the white sandy beach, which extends 30mi/ 48km, and is located on the edge of coral reefs. The perfect spot to start your diving adventures around Punta Cana.

Although the conditions on the Atlantic side might be a little rough at times, Bavaro’s dive sites boast of a fantastic topography in the mainly shallow with an average depth of 12m/ 40ft. Lots of swim-throughs, large coral formations, wrecks and vibrant marine life, great visibility and low current awaits our divers.

Hotspot dive locations like Bayahibe, Saona, Catalina Island and Cayo Levantado are only short road-trips away, and a true must once in Bavaro, as spectacular walls, breathtaking reefs and stunning tropical landscapes will create everlasting memories.

Diving Excursions

Caribbean Excursion BAYAHIBE

This small fishing village is located on the south coast of the Dominican Republic and shows off its Caribbean paradise with plenty of vibrant dive sites, that are mainly located in shallow depth around 12m/ 40ft, like El Peñon, St. George, Atlantic Princess and Viva Shallow including its underwater museum, among many others!

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Caribbean Island Excursion CATALINA

Catalina is a preservation of ecosystems with natural sand dunes, mangroves and reefs is located 1.5mi/ 2.4km from the mainland. It features one of the Dominican Republic’s most spectacular drop-off’s and reefs, the Santa Catalina Wall and Aquarium Reef.

 

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Caribbean Island Excursion SAONA

Separated from the mainland by the Catuano Channel, the largest island of the Dominican Republic – Saona – features magnificent dive sites. It’s renowned for its unspoiled beaches, lush tropical scenery, crystal clear water and a great variety of marine life. Most of the shore areas are only feet deep and have natural sandbars that let you spot stingrays, turtles, sea stars and lots of colorful fish. This government protected natural reserve is part of the East National Park.

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Cayo Levantado

Stunning drop off’s, plenty of sea stars, colorful coral reefs, bustling marine life… Not only does this national park spoil you with some of the most vibrant diving and snorkeling in the Dominican Republic, all year-round, but takes you out to Samana Bay to watch humpback whales in February/ March.

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