Reef and wreck diving
Reef diving in Punta Cana
Bayahibe a small fishing and expat village on the Caribbean coast of the Dominican republic. Easy diving conditions 365 days a year and fringe reef stretching for miles, most local diving reefs are on the protected side of Saona Island and have little to no current.
There are approximately 22 dive sites within reach of Bayahibe. Just offshore of Bayahibe, the wreck of the St. George is a local favorite, Viva Shallow, Dominicus Reef, Playita, Coca Wreck, Coca Reef, Guaraguao, Dos Cocos and Magallanes. Along the Parque Nacional del Este, you’ll find fringing coral reefs full of life at sites like Dos Cocos, La Tortuga and Aquarium Profundo.
Underwater environments near Bayahibe include mangrove forests, seagrass beds, wrecks, and a vast reef structure featuring cavernous swim-throughs and extensive coral formations.
Book now wreck diving excursions in Punta Cana. This is an amazing way to discover the sea depth. See more information here.