Scubaquatic La Romana

Scubaquatic offers visitors a diverse selection of watersports and a safe way to enjoy them in the Dominican Republic. Snorkeling allows you to relax and view the sights of the underwater world.

Offerings and Cost

There are a few boat tours that take guests out to the water where they can choose to scuba dive or snorkel. The 3 hour Why Not Party Boat Tour provides beautiful sights, light food, and great snorkeling. Complimentary alcoholic and herbal Mama Juana drinks are served on the boat. While you wait to snorkel or dry off, you can dance right on the party boat.

The Catalina Island and Chavon River Sailing Excursion cruises by the jungle and offers great views of beautiful marine life. Guests enjoy the guided snorkel tour as well as the stop at the beach. There, a number of watersports are offered. There is also a Dominican lunch offered on Catalina Island.

Explore Catalina Island is a dive-snorkel hybrid tour. At Catalina Wall, you can view the coral from above for 40 minutes. Afterwards, your guide will take you to Aquarium, featuring another reef full of tropical fish. Lastly, the boat will stop at a beach where a Dominican Buffet lunch, or Criolla, will be served.

The Why Not Party Boat Tour costs $59 in the morning and $69 in the afternoon. The Catalina Island and Chavon River Sailing Excursion costs $125 per person and $62.50 per child. Explore Catalina Island costs $99 for snorkelers.

Hours

The Why Not Party Boat Tour departs for the family morning tour at 9 a.m. The 1 p.m departure is only for adults. The Catalina Island and Chavon River Sailing Excursion departs at 7:45 a.m. Explore Catalina Island departs at 7:45 a.m.

Location and Contact Information

Scubaquatic La Romana is situated south-southeast of Boca Del Soco, a hamlet in the Eastern side of the Dominican Republic; it's to the east of San Pedro De Macoris.

Location: the Eastern side of the Dominican Republic, Hispaniola

Phone: (809) 468-4055

Website: http://scubaquatic.com/en-dr/home.html

Email: reservationscubaquatic@gmail.com

 

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