Sharky’s Shop – Diving Dominican Republic

PADI certified dive boat operation located in Bayahibe, a small fishing village on the south coast of Dominican Republic. A place that offers some of the best dive spots for scuba diving on the Caribbean coast of this beautiful island.

We are the only dive operation in Bayahibe that specializes in scuba diving, scuba lessons, snorkeling and trips for private groups.* For about the same price you can enjoy scuba diving and trips only with your family or group of friends. You’ll choose the dive sites, make your own schedule, nobody will rush anywhere. We do not limit the dive times, the only limitation is the air, bottom time and the weather / the sea conditions.

Why go
Diving Dominican Republic?

Bayahibe is an excellent place to learn scuba diving from the beginner’s level up to a dive master. Great dive sites for new divers, challenging dive spots for the more experienced. Divers of any level can come here for scuba diving and bring their non diving friends and family members too. There is lots to do for everybody. We have it all in Bayahibe, Dominican Republic. Scuba divers from around the world come here every day for unforgettable experience of diving in the real Caribbean.

* Because of the private diving we take bookings on first come first served basis. Make sure to reserve your spots ahead of time to go diving with us.

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It’s Now Or Never
Learn to Dive – Reserve today!

Have you ever wanted to try scuba diving or get certified as a scuba diver ? Bayahibe area is the perfect place to try it and learn, in the calm, clear and warm Caribbean sea. If you are a certified diver already and want learn more, scroll down to see all the options.

Diving courses

Saona Island

Saona island is the largest island in Dominican Republic. It’s part of Parque Nacional del Este (East National Park) and it is a government protected natural reserve. Large parts of the sea in that area are only just few feet deep due to many natural sandbars. It’s a great place to watch marine life, specially starfish and stingrays, even without snorkeling or scuba diving equipment. Just standing in couple feet deep crystal clear Caribbean sea.

Learn More

Sharky’s Shop – Diving Dominican Republic

PADI certified dive boat operation located in Bayahibe, a small fishing village on the south coast of Dominican Republic. A place that offers some of the best dive spots for scuba diving on the Caribbean coast of this beautiful island.

We are the only dive operation in Bayahibe that specializes in scuba diving, scuba lessons, snorkeling and trips for private groups.* For about the same price you can enjoy scuba diving and trips only with your family or group of friends. You’ll choose the dive sites, make your own schedule, nobody will rush anywhere. We do not limit the dive times, the only limitation is the air, bottom time and the weather / the sea conditions.

Why go
Diving Dominican Republic?

Bayahibe is an excellent place to learn scuba diving from the beginner’s level up to a dive master. Great dive sites for new divers, challenging dive spots for the more experienced. Divers of any level can come here for scuba diving and bring their non diving friends and family members too. There is lots to do for everybody. We have it all in Bayahibe, Dominican Republic. Scuba divers from around the world come here every day for unforgettable experience of diving in the real Caribbean.

* Because of the private diving we take bookings on first come first served basis. Make sure to reserve your spots ahead of time to go diving with us.

Learn More

It’s Now Or Never
Learn to Dive – Reserve today!

Have you ever wanted to try scuba diving or get certified as a scuba diver ? Bayahibe area is the perfect place to try it and learn, in the calm, clear and warm Caribbean sea. If you are a certified diver already and want learn more, scroll down to see all the options.

Diving courses

Saona Island

Saona island is the largest island in Dominican Republic. It’s part of Parque Nacional del Este (East National Park) and it is a government protected natural reserve. Large parts of the sea in that area are only just few feet deep due to many natural sandbars. It’s a great place to watch marine life, specially starfish and stingrays, even without snorkeling or scuba diving equipment. Just standing in couple feet deep crystal clear Caribbean sea.

Learn More