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Long popular among divers and visitors from Europe, Dominican Republic is experiencing more North Americans as well. DR offers some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, but is also home to the highest mountain range (10,382 feet above sea level) in the entire Caribbean - Pico Duarte. There is plenty here to see and do, and keep you busy.

The Dominican Republic is a great place to begin diving, and it is also a haven for serious divers. The country's undersea world has excellent reef diving, good visibility, warm waters, wrecks, caverns and marine life offering a wealth of diving experiences around the island.

Bordered by reefs on three coasts (only has 3, Haiti is situated to the west), the Dominican Republic is part of the second largest island in the Caribbean. Among the most popular dive sites are more than 400 wrecks situated in the surrounding waters.

DR is also known for whalewatching, with humpbacks and pilot whales exciting visitors annually.

Climate Summer 88 - 95F 31 - 35C Winter 75 - 85F 24 - 29C
Water Temp Average Summer 84F 29C Winter 77F 25C Visibility 60 - 100 ft 18 -30 m

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