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Diving in La Romana

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When to go to La Romana

Diving at La Romana is lovely any time of the year due to the warm air and water temperatures. The average air temperature is between 77-82F/25-28C, with the best months for diving from June to September. Water temperatures average from 79F/26C to 86F/30C, with great clarity and favorable sea conditions most of the time. La Romana has high water visibility - up to 150ft/45m - and good light refraction, with its best outside of the rainy season.

Scuba diving in La Romana

La Romana is a great destination for divers of all levels to discover beautiful reefs, underwater caverns and old shipwrecks. It is easy to spot large species like groupers, blue marlins, sharks, green sea turtles and dolphins. Purple sea fans and diverse coral formations, both soft and hard, serve as a home to abundant fluorescent fish, parrotfish, leatherjackets, starfish and many other creatures. This destination offers the expansive biodiversity of the Caribbean Sea, which contains more than 120 colorful tropical fish and other sea inhabitants. The area hides not only ancient shipwrecks, but also archeological artifacts, particularly in the underwater archeological reserves of Guadalupe and Guaraguao, which serve as undersea museums. Another major attraction here is the natural park, with its coral reefs full of manatees, bottlenose dolphins, lobsters and crabs. Some of the most famous dive sites here include The Wall, with a drop of 100ft/30 m, the shallow Aquarium, with its coral gardens, Saona Island, a protected sanctuary, and the sunken St. Georges Barge.

One of the most popular Fleet in Caribbean and Pacific