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Dominican Seaquarium / Seatrek

Duration: 1 Hour

dominican seaquarium / seatrek

Blessed with crystal clear azure waters and an abundance of marine life, the Dominican Republic is renowned for its excellent snorkeling and diving opportunities. If you want to experience a unique way of exploring this awe-inspiring natural aquarium, however, book a Seaquarium/ Seatrek tour and enjoy an unforgettable walk under the sea.

The Dominican Republic’s undersea world hosts a huge diversity of marine life as the island it shares with the country of Haiti is surrounded by the cooler waters of the Atlantic Ocean to the north and the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea to the south. There are many ways to explore these waters but there is nothing quite like walking under the sea. This unique, one-hour tour off the coast of Punta Cana will enable you to do just that.

The Sea Trek Adventure was designed for those who want to explore underwater without having to spend precious time training for diving. Your head is encased inside a diving helmet, which rests comfortably on your shoulders, whilst the rest of your body is submerged in the water. A constant supply of oxygen is supplied into the helmet through tubes from the boat, enabling you to breathe freely without the need for regulators, masks or other diving equipment. The weight of the helmet prevents you from floating to the surface, so you all you need to do is breathe and walk!

Marvel at breathtaking panoramic views of the Caribbean’s undersea flora and fauna as you leisurely explore vibrant coral reefs and fascinating wrecks in depths of less than thirty feet. Your tour will be guided at all times by trained Sea Trek professionals and a safety scuba diver, so you can rest assured knowing that you and your family will be in safe hands.

The beauty of this trip is that you don’t even have to be able to swim, and the visually impaired can wear prescription glasses and contact lenses so you don’t miss a thing. Watch schools of brightly-coloured tropical fish of all shapes and sizes swimming past you as you stroll leisurely along the sandy ocean floor. Also look out for a myriad of other marine species such as sea turtles, sharks, stingrays, sharks, sea stars, sea anemones, spiny lobsters and many, many more.

Regardless of swimming skill or physical ability, this is a wonderful adventure for both adults and children (aged eight years old and over) to experience during a holiday in the Dominican Republic.

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