Since 1962 the Dominican Republic has been a forerunner in the Caribbean basin for establishing and providing marine oriented protection, guidelines, regulations and educational workshops for the preservation of its inland and coastal ecosystems. The geography of the Dominican Republic is greatly diverse, ranging from arid semi-desert plains, to lush valleys, to tropical rain forests and the highest mountains in the Caribbean. The country offers an incredible variety of sports and adventure opportunities - mountain biking, diving, windsurfing, kiteboarding, surfing, canyoning, golfing, and fishing.
Located 575 miles southeast of Miami, the idyllic islands of the Turks & Caicos sit surrounded by turquoise waters containing over 1,000 square miles of living coral reef. A Mecca for divers from all over the world, the Turks & Caicos Islands are known for their expansive underwater visibility, high-voltage wall dives, and the profusion of marine life of all sizes.
The Silver Bank is located 100 km north of the Dominican Republic and approximately the same distance from the Turks and Caicos Islands and is one of numerous breeding and calving zones of humpback whales. From December to the end of April waters of the Dominican Republic are alive with migrating North Atlantic Humpback Whales. Conservative estimates believe three to five thousand humpbacks pass through this odd shaped twenty square miles encompassing the Silver Bank during a season. Experience amazing surface activity and have the oppurtunity to swim with humpback whales. Discover the Magic...
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