diving cabarete, dominican republic

Cabarete dive guide

Cabarete diving

Cabarete diving offers a lot of opportunities to experience a wide choice of dives from wall diving to wreck diving for the experienced diver.

Water temperatures range between 26-29°c.
Visibility ranging from 18-35 metres.

The bay's broad, peninsula shaped reef begins 15 feet from the surface, dropping down to a depth of 60 feet on one side and 45 feet on the other with a narrow slit that cuts through it, forming a small canyon. Outside the bay, a second system featuring a broad network of patch reefs known as "Tropical Garden" follows the bottom's easy sloping contours from a maximum depth of 100 feet, stretching back up to 30 feet, ending on a site named Three Rocks.
Three Rocks is a shallow reef going to maximum 9m which makes it suitable for all types of divers. Here plenty of sergeant majors and snappers, parrot fish and trumpet fish can be seen. A few scorpion fish have also been spotted.

Most dive shops in Cabarete take divers to nearby Sosua area which has clear turquoise waters, just 15 minutes from Cabarete.
For advanced divers there are many opportunities to discover walls, coral reefs and even underwater caves in the area.
For divers looking for wreck diving there's the Miguelina Wreck at max. 24m that sunk due to a heavy storm and which has become a popular attraction. Near it is the 250 year old anchor covered with algae and corals.

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