From humpback whale breeding grounds to underwater caves and wrecks, the Dominican Republic has something for every dive enthusiast.
The Dominican Republic's southern coast offers a plethora of calm bays and wrecks. There's also great diving on the northern coast when conditions allow. Diverse weather patterns influence diving areas more on the northern coast. Booking with Liveaboard.com ensures you are in the right place at the right time. We offer great itineraries on the best Dominican Republic liveaboards. The pristine Caribbean waters provide scuba divers excellent visibility, vibrant corals and stunning sea life. Enjoy a Dominican Republic sea safari to one of the most incredible dives sites off of Sosua Beach, Airport Wall. The wall has a fantastic assortment of hard and soft coral and an abundance of marine life from Goliath Grouper to tiny shrimp. Away from the wall divers will find large pinnacles and swim through tunnels. Zingara wreck, off the North Coast, is a 45 m upright cargo ship packed with an abundance of marine life including blackbar soldierfish, large moray eels and massive barracuda. Aboard a Dominican Republic diving cruise divers will enjoy multiple tank dives to the best sites around the North Coast. Located near Santo Domingo, La Sirena Cave provides everything you expect from diving in drip stone and fresh water caves “La Sirena” cave offers clear warm water, crystals glittering on walls, limestone creations and thousands of stalactites and stalagmites. In the North East, the Samana Peninsula shelters a tranquil bay and is one of the best places in the Caribbean to observe humpback whales that come here to mate and give birth from January through March. A Dominican Republic liveaboard will get divers up close and personal with the humpbacks.
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The Turks & Caicos Aggressor II is a world class liveaboard yacht offering year-round diving cruises. Diving amenities include a swim platform, personal gear lockers, camera tables & Nitrox.
Scuba diving can be done year round in the Dominican Republic. However, on the north coast seas and visibility are best during the summer months while winter offers better conditions on the south coast. The average surface temperature is about 25°C. Water temperature ranges between 28-24C with visibility between 6 to 30 m.