This multi-lingual facility is full of a staff which speaks five different languages: English, Spanish, Italian, German, and French. This allows them to train guests from around the world more fully, so if you speak one of these languages as your first language, you'll better be able to learn by utilizing the services at Viva Diving.
Many of the areas most popular dive sites are within 30 minutes of Viva. Divers must be over the age of 12, and trips leave at 8:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. daily.
There are four different PADI certifications available through Viva. These are Discover Scuba for $99, Scuba Diver for $294, Open water for $437, and Advanced Open Water for $374(USD).
One dive with Viva is $47, two cost $92, three dives are $141, four dives are $184, five dives are $223, and so on through 10 dives, which cost $417(USD). You can also sign up for night dives at $47(USD) a dive. If you need to rent equipment, you can do so for $4(USD) per item.
To learn more concerning diving in the Caribbean, including tips and suggestions for both experienced divers and newcomers to the sport, read this extensive Caribbean diving page.
Viva Diving is located in Bayahibe, a hamlet near Altos de Chavón; it's 11 miles (18 kilometers) to the east-southeast of La Romana.
Location: La Romana, Hispaniola
Phone: (809) 686-5658
Secondary Phone: (809) 686-5750
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