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Situated inside Viva Wyndham Dominicus Beach and Viva Wyndham Dominicus Palace on the wonderful beach of La Romana, Dominican Republic .
Together with a combined experience of over 20 years in the Diving field, Reef Oasis Viva Dominican is ready to offer you only A Class - top notch Quality Scuba Diving and teach beginners all the wide range of the available PADI Courses in the wonderful waters of the Dominican Republic’s Caribbean waters. Our international staff will lead you in the most emotional experience you can have on your holiday in a professional way. With nice weather almost all year long, wonderful beaches with white sand, amazing underwater life, beautiful Diving Spots, perfect logistics, a comfortable environment - All this will help you spend unforgettable time with us.
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22 Jul 2015

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PADI E-Learning Gift Pass  

PADI E-Learning Gift Pass

07 Jan 2015

PADI eLearning®Gift PassTM

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Minimum age changed for Nitrox course, now you can get your children to do Nitrox if they are aged 12 only  

Minimum age changed for Nitrox course, now you can get your children to do Nitrox if they are aged 12 only

07 Jan 2015

Scuba Diving with Enriched Air Nitrox

The PADI Enriched Air Diver course is PADI’s most popular specialty scuba diving course, and it’s easy to see why. Scuba... read more

Bubblemaker -	start teaching your children diving from Age 8   

Bubblemaker - start teaching your children diving from Age 8

07 Jan 2015

The PADI Bubblemaker Experience

What a great way to introduce children to scuba diving in a pool in less than six feet of water. Celebrate a birthday by throwing a memorable,... read more

Dominican Republic

Why Dominican Republic?

The Dominican Republic (or "the DR" as it is frequently called) a mountainous, lush country that comprises the eastern half of the island of Hispaniola, has been a popular Caribbean escape since Christopher Columbus first set foot on its shores in 1492. With nine distinct ecological regions, the island attracts hikers, cavers, birders, culture hounds, and from December to April the famed offshore region of the Silver Bank fills with the haunting melody of whalesong, as humpback whales come to calve. Divers will find a wonderful array of diving off every coast, and each region has its signature dives and logbook essentials, including vibrant, fishy reefs and light beam-filled caverns. But, with a seafaring history that includes the first European to set foot in the Americas, divers tend to gravitate to a long list of brag-worthy wrecks, both natural and artificial, that date from the 16th century to the modern era. Warm water and generally good visibility make most of the Dominican Republic a year-round destination for divers of every level. Snorkel, complete your PADI Open Water Diver course, or take your advanced skills and explore the deeper wrecks and walls, and the exciting, current rich environments.
With diverse activities for divers and nondivers alike, the Dominican Republic has become a popular, easily accessible destination, especially for Europeans and Americans. Most resorts are all-inclusive, and you’ll find many ex-pats that came, fell into the beach vibe and simply stayed. It's a short flight from the United States, making it an ideal long-weekend getaway. In addition to the island's fascinating fauna, much of it unique to the Caribbean, you’ll want to explore the colonial architecture of Santo Domingo, a World Heritage Site, take on a round of golf, and if you like merengue, seek out any local dance hall on a Friday night.


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