The Dominican Republic is a popular diving destination in the Caribbean. Located to southeast of Cuba, the Dominican Republic shares the island of Hispaniola with Haiti, and is a close, easy flight from the United States and Canada. The Dominican Republic is home to a thriving reefs and rich marine life which has fascinated divers for years. These photos exemplify the diverse underwater life found off Bayahibe, at the southeastern coast of the island. All photos are provided by Vladi Heger of Sharky's Dive Shop in Bayahibe.
|Red Hind||Web Burrfish||Atlantic Thorny Oyster||Trumpetfish|
|Cushion Sea Stars||French Angelfish||Spotted Snake Eel||Christmas Tree Worms|
|Flame Box Crab||Southern Stingray||Longsnout Seahorse||Goldentail Moray Eel|
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