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La Romana: Half-Day Scuba Diving Course with Hotel Pickup

1. La Romana: Half-Day Scuba Diving Course with Hotel Pickup

Try a new experience with scuba diving during your holiday in the Dominican Republic. Take a half-day boat tour with a scuba diving instructor and explore the underwater flora and fauna. Check out local marine life as well as a famous shipwreck. Start your half-day with a brief orientation to the program with a theoretical session and then a practical session in confined waters. Watch as your instructor shows you how to dive safely, breathe underwater, and how to use your diving gear properly. Now get ready for a sub-marine adventure. Accompanied by your PADI instructor, explore the famous site known as the Atlantic Princess, home to a 30-meter long shipwreck. Marvel at the rich marine life of this part of the world. Descend to a depth of up 12 meters depending on your level of comfort and enjoy a wondrous sea adventure before the tour concludes at midday.

La Romana: Scuba Diving in Catalina Island

2. La Romana: Scuba Diving in Catalina Island

Our team will be waiting to welcome you aboard ‘Paradise’ with tropical refreshments. We will leave the marina at around 10.00am, setting a course for the east side of Catalina Island, to the first dive site known as 'The Wall', with depths from 5m (16ft) to 40m+ (131ft+).  We arrive at our first dive site at around 10.30am, where you will enjoy just under an hour of diving to discover the true beauty of 'The Wall'. You can expect turquoise waters, incredible visibility, a rich marine life and an amazing underwater ecosystem.  Our dive team will be available to help guide you through the underwater paradise. Next we will set a course at around 11.30am heading to the west side of Catalina Island to the second dive site. You will enjoy just under an hour of diving, where you will experience the true beauty of 'The Aquarium', with depths from 8m (26ft) to 12m+ (39ft+). At around 12:30pm we will head towards our beach on Catalina Island, where you will be welcomed by our team and helped to find you’re the perfect spot in paradise for the rest of the afternoon. Our renowned chef on the island has been busy in the kitchen preparing an incredible Dominican feast, which will be served at around 1:00pm. Enjoy servings of barbecued pork and chicken, as well as abundant salads, pasta, and local fruits. The rest of the afternoon will be yours to explore the island and stroll it's white sand beaches or relax under palm trees, whilst listening to the waves break on the shore. Our beach bar is carefully positioned by the ocean, so that you can enjoy the cool breeze, whilst trying our selection of refreshing alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages At around 3:15pm we will set a course for the marina, where you can expect to enjoy light refreshments at the bar and dancing from our entertainment team. On arrival at the marine at around 4.00pm, you will find your bus waiting to take you back to your hotel.

La Romana: 3-Day PADI Open Water Diver Course

3. La Romana: 3-Day PADI Open Water Diver Course

Take home a new skill with a PADI Open Water Diver course in La Romana. Discover diving with a PADI course, the world's most popular scuba certification course. Get all the PADI educational materials and equipment you need to become a confident diver. Explore the underwater world with three modules. Develop your knowledge base in 5 areas. Experience 5 confined water dives to learn basic scuba skills with an instructor. Go on 4 open water dives to practice your new skills and see some marine life. Have the chance to explore the Atlantic Princess shipwreck on one of your open water dives. Day 1:Participate in a brief orientation session. Go over the equipment necessary for diving. Have a short theoretical session. Hop in the water for for some exercises. Practice using your mask, regulator, and buoyancy devices. Find out safety procedures and how to surface. Day 2:Perform your first and second open water dives from a boat. Dive to a maximum depth of 12 meters and practice using your mask and regulator. Visit reefs to see some colorful fish or dive at a shipwreck in Bayahibe. Day 3: Head out on your third and fourth open water dives and reach a maximum depth of 18 meters. Improve on important skills like buoyancy. Begin to learn how to plan dives. Enjoy a graduation ceremony where your diploma will be awarded.

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