Liveaboard diving in
Paradise reef is a must-see dive site in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. Its name completely speaks for itself. The most common marine life you can meet here includes morays, nurse sharks, octopuses, eagle rays, stingrays, squids, and lots of different colorful fish. Hard and soft coral formations interspersed with excellent white sand areas make you feel lost in this underwater paradise. The depth of the dive site varies from about 8m/26ft to 32m/105ft and can offer different diving options for divers of all levels. Night dives are also possible at this location. This site is also the best place to spot Dinoflagellates – whimsical creatures that leave a fantastic green luminescent trail after themselves.
When To Go Diving
Diving is available throughout the year. The average air temperature varies between 26-28C/79-82F.The average water temperature ranges between 25C/75F and 29C/82F. Water visibility is around 30m/98ft with low currents. Diving at this site is available for divers of all levels.