While the Dominican Republic is known for great snorkeling opportunities, reports of the conditions in Casa de Campo are hit-or-miss.
The good news is that Casa de Campo has one of the most full-service and complete watersports centers in the entire country, so if the day's conditions in local waters are not the best, you can easily charter a boat or take out a kayak and find better waters.
On a good day, the at Casa de Campo, La Minitas features clear, turquoise waters filled with colorful fish to glimpse. On a not-so-good day, excursions to is ideal. The uninhabited island is located two miles out from La Romana and is a national park with coral very close to the shore. It is accessible by boat, so you'll either have to sign up for a snorkeling tour or hire a local sailor to get you there.
If you're looking for a business that offers snorkeling excursions, rentals, or other services, you can check with Scuba Fun. Many sites that are marketed towards scuba divers are also great spots for snorkeling. This dive center makes sure snorkelers get the chance to explore with them during their daily excursions. They are located in Bayahibe, within taxi range Southeast of central Casa de Campo.
The table just below offers a few details about 4 firms that offer services related to snorkeling.
|(809) 697-5515||Bayahibe, 6.1 mi. Southeast of Central Casa de Campo|
|(829) 574-9655||Bayahibe, 6.1 mi. Southeast of Central Casa de Campo|
|Scuba Fun||(809) 833-0003||Bayahibe, 6.1 mi. Southeast of Central Casa de Campo|
|(809) 804-9445||1.7 mi. Southeast of Central Casa de Campo|
For more information about snorkeling, including useful tips and suggestions for beginners and "pros" check out this extensive guide to snorkeling in the Caribbean.
The best thing to do when planning a getaway in Casa de Campo is to be aware of your snorkeling options and pay attention to weather conditions. This way, no matter what Mother Nature has in store, you'll be prepared to work around it and make sure you get some time to explore underneath the sea.
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