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La Romana is known as one of the most popular Port-of-Calls for cruise ships and consequently, many of our guests arrive on cruise ships as well. In this case you can save hundreds of dollars by booking activities with us. On a conventional Caribbean cruise, if you wait till you’re in port to plan your day or if you succumb to the group shore excursions that the cruise lines try to sell you, you’ll have a tough time. Coral Point Diving wants to offer you the solution.

We offer complimentary transfers to and from the cruise ship docks. If you are a diver, traveling with non-diving companions - you can enjoy scuba diving in Bayahibe with us.

After your initial contact with us, we will discover your needs and design a suitable program for you giving you our pick-up and drop off times.It takes about 20 minutes to reach Bayahibe from La Romana's dock. After you arrive at Coral Point Diving facility in Bayahibe you will be treated as a VIP.

Most of diving sites in Bayahibe are located within the National Park of Guaraguao, a protected underwater environment. These natural habitats support hundred of different classes of coral and over 500 fish species.Inside the National Park here you can spot eagle rays, grunts, snapper, angelfish, parrotfish, moray eels, grouper, hawksbill turtles, trumpetfish, wrasse, hogfish, spotted drum fish, amberjacks, lobster, octopus and even longsnout seahorse.

Avoid the crowds, dive with Coral Point!



Vous nous trouverez seulement à quelques minutes de marche de l'hôtel Dreams La Romana. Si vous séjournez a l'hôtel Dreams, hôtel Be Live Canoa, hôtel Catalonia Gran Dominicus, hôtel Iberostar Hacienda ou le Viva Wyndham Dominicus Beach et Palace de la zone de Bayahibe ou Dominicus nous irons vous chercher à votre hôtel GRATUITEMENT.


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Marine Conservation


Nature conservation projects, especially reef studies and science projects are planned and conducted at the Coral Point Diving in Bayahibe. Young people can apply for vountary work over several months (with supervision), can participate in nature conservation projects and become an active part in the protection of the Dominican coral reefs. In any case they will learn a lot of the biology of coral reefs and its threats.