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Submarine Dominican Republic

The distant and mysterious Dominican Republic attracts travelers from all over the world with its beaches, comfortable hotels, infrastructure and eternal summer. Far from the Old World, the Dominican Republic surprises tourists with its laws and traditions. The underwater world of the republic is no less attractive. The waters of the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean keep no less secrets than land. Blue water surface only at first glance seems transparent and boring. The coastal zone of the Dominican Republic is dotted with corals, sunken ships and amazing living creatures, which must be seen at least once in a lifetime.

Diving in the Dominican Republic is as well developed as beach tourism. The equipment of the underwater caves and the level of service will delight even the most avid divers, who believe that they have seen a lot.
Diving in caves does not provide for special technical training, and beginners, along with professionals, can make their first excursion under water. And so that ordinary recreational diving does not seem too boring, an underwater park was created in the Dominican Republic, which brought together the most beautiful and amazing marine inhabitants. Now, tourists do not have to travel along different coasts to see them all, the Ministry of Tourism has already taken care of this.
However, this is not limited to the list of dive sites. If you list them, then a multi-volume collection may come out. But some of them are still worth mentioning.

Bayahibe
Where: Near Del Este National Park
What to see: the sunken ship St. Georges. The ship is located at a depth of 40 meters and is fully equipped for the convenience of divers. There are no dangerous points, all the moves are wide enough and suitable even for beginners. In between, you can drop into the nearby Padre Nuestro Cave. Just need to stock up on a flashlight, they say that the sun’s rays never hit the cave.

Catalina Island
Where: between Boca Chica and Bayahibe
What to see: in addition to the fact that the island is uninhabited, and all the pristine natural beauty has been preserved on it, the same applies to its coastal zone. At a depth of 25-40 meters, you can see sea currents and how different types of water flow nearby and do not mix. There you can see sea sponges and gorgonaria, which resemble a saxophone in shape. Polyps and shrimp scurry between plants. However, you should be careful, not all marine inhabitants are harmless.

Catalinita Island
Where: between Saona Island and Bayahibe Coast
What to see: in addition to the amazing beauty of underwater plants, Catalinita offers a truly extreme dive. The fact is that the fast current at the confluence of the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean often large fish swim, including sharks. Walking with a shark is an adventure, although dangerous, but unforgettable.

Punta Cana
Where: Macau – Bavaro – Punta Cana Coastline
What to see: the longest coral reef in the world. Underwater plants of all kinds, colors and shapes will make you hold your breath and just admire. A true paradise for fans of underwater photography. A little north you can relax from the colorful chaos and feel like a pioneer, because that part of the sea day is almost unexplored.

Padre Nuestro Cave
Where: in East National Park
What to see: unusual limestone architecture made the cave a tourist hit. Iridescent stalactites, bizarre growths on the walls and pink water have been attracting tourists to this dangerous place for many years.

The cave itself is located in the jungle and is invisibly divided into two parts: water and land. For ordinary tourists, boat excursions are conducted, while divers have to descend into the cool water along the ancient steps.

The distant and mysterious Dominican Republic attracts travelers from all over the world with its beaches, comfortable hotels, infrastructure and eternal summer. Far from the Old World, the Dominican Republic surprises tourists with its laws and traditions. The underwater world of the republic is no less attractive. The waters of the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean keep no less secrets than land. Blue water surface only at first glance seems transparent and boring. The coastal zone of the Dominican Republic is dotted with corals, sunken ships and amazing living creatures, which must be seen at least once in a lifetime.

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