Underneath the crystalline waters of this famous country, you will find spectacular marine creatures, fascinating shipwrecks, hidden caves, and intricate coral reefs. Below you will find some of the best diving spots in Dominican Republic.

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La Caleta National Marine Park sits in between Boca Chica and Santo Domingo. This area is suitable for different levels of divers. This marine park, which was created in 1984, serves as home to the sunken ship called Hickory, where thousands of sea creatures now inhabit.

On the northern side of the Samana Peninsula, you will find Las Galeras, another wondrous spot that is great for scuba diving. Not only will you find here one of the most beautiful Caribbean Beaches, which is called the Rincon Beach, you will also see lots of colorful coral reefs and sea creatures including red snappers, groupers, barracuda, and sea turtles. It is also where you will find an enormous underwater caved called the cathedral and the 1960s container ship that is now home to hundreds of big green morays. This place is also great for whale observation as hundreds of humpback whales migrate in the area during the months of January and March.

Whether you are an experienced diver or just a beginner, you will find the crystal clear waters of Dominican Republic enticing and captivating. Wait until you dive underneath and you discover the luscious treasures of sea creatures and coral reefs in store for you.

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