Scuba and snorkelling in the Dominican Republic
More than 1,600 kilometres of coastline means there’s ample opportunity for scuba diving and snorkelling around the Dominican Republic. Add to that a slew of caves, shipwrecks and coral reef walls, and you’ve got yourself some seriously fun underwater adventures.
What’s more is, the Dominican Republic’s year-round warm waters mean there’s never a bad time to suit up in your diving gear. More often than not, the water offers good visibility, though this changes depending on the time of the year.
The same goes for the weather, which can affect diving conditions, so it’s always best to check in advance to find out when the best time to slip beneath the surface is.
Here are a few of our top picks for diving and snorkelling spots in the Dominican Republic, for beginners and experienced divers alike.