Awarded the certificate of excellence from Trip Advisor in both 2012 and 2013 Casa Daniel offers both daily dive excursions an extensive PADI training to guests interested and learning what it takes to be a safe and qualified scuba diver.
Casa Daniel offers one to two dives each day, embarking on a trip to corals, wrecks, and cave dives. PADI training for all levels are also available, beginning with in class learning, pool training, and ending in an open water dive.
Discover Scuba and Rescue Diver courses with Casa Daniel are $95(USD), and rices only increase from there. For Scuba Diver certification you'll pay $223, Open Water Diver $439, and Advanced Open Water is $324(USD).
Each dive with Casa Daniel is $54, or $47(USD) if you bring your own equipment. You'll save money the more dives you book, the more money you save, with 10 dives costing $445(USD).
There are three boats in the Casa Daniel fleet. The smallest is Gepard, which carries no more than 15 passengers, the second is Bobcat, which has room for 40 passengers, and finally, Vira Lara, which can carry 35 passengers.
To learn more about diving in the Caribbean, including useful suggestions and tips for both "old pros" and beginners, read this extensive discussion of diving in the Caribbean.
Casa Daniel is located in Bayahibe, a hamlet in the vicinity of Altos de Chavón; it's 11.2 miles to the east-southeast of La Romana.
Location: 1 Calle Principal, Bayahibe, Hispaniola
Phone: (809) 833-0050
Secondary Phone: (809) 833-0050
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