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With these management fees, you will be able to travel without worries, with the best protection and without having to worry about the weather. If you need to cancel your reservation, you will receive a 100% refund of the amount paid. If you want to change the date of your reservation, you can also do so at no additional cost.
If a tour is postponed due to bad weather conditions, you have the option to request a cancellation and receive a refund, or do the tour on the new date, you choose.
You have the option to cancel up to 24 hours before the tour without having to provide explanations or supporting documents and receive a 100% refund of the amount paid for the reservation.
If you do not show up or cancel within 24 hours prior to the tour, you will not be charged the remaining amount for it.
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Punta Cana is the underwater jewel of the Dominican Republic. When you are diving with us, we take you to the best dive sites of the region, a paradise for shark lovers, wreck enthusiasts, turtles and rays galore! The healthy reefs around this side of the islands are thriving with marvelous creatures and colorful corals. Shallow reefs here receive sunlight all year round and have the perfect conditions for hard corals to grow beautiful and vigorous: we can see brain corals, labyrinth corals, whip corals, fan corals, acroporas, porites, millepora and pillar corals.
12 meters / 40 Feet
Enjoy a pleasant easy dive spot. Park Reef features some interesting rock formations overgrown with corals. Here you will have a chance at finding some lobsters, squids and even turtles that spend their time here. Because of the bottom this dive site usually has good visibility even when conditions aren’t the best
15 meters / 50 Feet
Is a French cargo ship from the 1880s that transported materials for the construction of the Panama Canal but it came too close to our coasts and ran aground on our reefs. Today we can see the complete prop and parts of the machine, the boiler among others parts, also materials for the construction of railroad tracks, small caves were created between the ship and the reef a little narrow but very beautiful. Monica is at a depth of 15 meters maximum and minimum 5, this is 1/2 mile from the coast
30 meters / 100 Feet
This dive is reserved for our more advanced divers as we will be going down to approximently 24 to 30 meters. Here we will be able to explore a huge coral garden on reefs that are barely seen by other divers in the area. As the name says, here we are likely to run in to some nurse sharks and black tip reef sharks. If you haven’t done your advance open water yet, here is your chance.
6 meters / 20 Feet
Ideal conditions for beginner divers and divers who are just looking to refresh their skills. Despite this dive being one of the shallowest comparing to others, El Niño impresses with lots of wonderful schools of tropical fish.
6 meters / 20 Feet
Was created to make excursions by an Russian engineer. The submarine was in service from 1994 until 2004 when hurricane George passed thru the Dominican Republic and it sunk just a 1/4 mile off the shores of Cabeza de Toro. Since then it has became a sanctuary for the divers, its dimensions are 50 by 15 and depth of 5 to 7 meters.
19 meters / 62 Feet
The anchor The anchor ed a reef with a depth of 19 meters and a minimum of 14, that’s where Monica’s sailors dropped the anchor when they realized that it was very close to the dog coast, it was too late, in this reef we can find the chain from the freighter’s anchor Monica the anchor was pulled out of the water by the natives
10 meters / 33 Feet
Discover the thrills of swimming through the canyons and small caves that make up Cuevitas. All the swim throughts are illuminated by enough nature light that their is no need for flashlights, but they are welcome as you will be able to find some of the lobsters and cleaner shrimp hiding inside the caves. As well this site offers a variety of different corals and fishes to be seen.
Finger Coral Plantation
6 meters / 20 Feet
This place is beautiful and very interesting, it has a depth of 6 meters, the bottom is sandy and with very large rocks where corals are born. The interesting thing about this place in the coral nursery that we have created to stake out in all our dive sites, also we have a lot of yellowtail snapper fish among others.
16 meters / 53 Feet
Here in Rock City there is a depth between 5 meters (17 feet) upto 16 meters (53 feet) because of the formation of the canyons that lay in the natural reef. This is also the reason that it is so calm on the beach of cabeza de toro. When the conditions are permitting this site is an amazing experience to do drift dives.