Let us be your online tour guide and show you the day’s events that we have in store for you. We’ve crafted the excursion over many years to make it the premier tour to the island. If you’re looking for a fun, exciting and relaxing day out with great food, then look no further. We’d love to have you join us! Don’t miss out!


Our Passion Paradise team will be waiting, to give you a warm welcome at the marina and guide you to the boat, where you will be severed with our exotic refreshments, which include mango, pineapple and fruit punch, all to set you in the mood for the day.


The Wall is on the east side of Catalina Island and is a drop, starting at about 5m (16ft) and descends down to 40m+ (131ft+) depth, with good visibility between 10m (32ft) to 20m (65ft). You will find that the underwater ecosystem around Catalina Island is full of sea life. There is also a wide selection of corals and sponges of all different shapes, colours and sizes. There’s a wide selection of Caribbean fish and plant life and is the perfect scuba diving and snorkeling spot around the island in the Dominican Republic.


The Wall is the first snorkeling point of the day, set in clear blue waters with a depth starting from 5m+ (16ft+) with good visibility between 10m (32ft) to 20m (65ft). Depending on your experience and comfort in the water, there will be life jackets available to ensure you enjoy the ultimate underwater snorkeling experience. There will be bread fed to the fish whilst you snorkel amongst them. Things to look out for whilst snorkeling include; vase sponge, fire coral, sea pen, sea cucumber, sea fan coral, Elkhorn coral, leather coral, porcupine fish, sailfin sculpin, green parrotfish, moray eel, scorpion fish, snapper, southern stingray, blue parrotfish, elephant ear, sponge coral, green angelfish, trumpet fish, butterfly fish, lion fish, yellow stingray and more.


The Wall is also the first dive point of the day, starting at about 5m (16ft) and descends down to 40m+ (131ft+) allowing you to choose your depth that best suits your skill and comfort in the water. You can expect a good visibility between 10m (32ft) to 20m (65ft). Our experienced PADI certified dive team will be available to help and guide you through the amazing underwater ecosystem, so that you don’t miss anything on your underwater adventure. Things to look out for during your dive include; vase sponge, jellyfish Aurelia aurita, fire coral, sea pen, sea cucumber, sea fan coral, black coral, Elkhorn coral, Christmas tree worm, octopus, fire worm, flamingo tongue, colonial hydroids, sea urchin, leather coral, rock crab, porcupine fish, sailfin sculpin, green parrotfish, moray eel, scorpion fish, southern stingray, blue parrotfish, elephant ear, sponge coral, green angelfish, lion fish, sea horse, yellow stingray, lettuce slug and more.


Captain Kidd’s Shipwreck of 1699 is that of the Quedagh Merchant ship abandoned by the scandalous 17th century pirate Captain William Kidd. The site has been turned into a no-take, no-anchor ‘Living Museums of the Sea’ in less than 10ft of water and just 70ft off Catalina Island.


The Aquarium is on the west side of Catalina Island, starting at about 8m (26ft) and descends down to 12m+ (39ft+) depth with a good visibility between 10m (32ft) to 20m (65ft). It is an incredible dive site and is considered one of the best in the Dominican Republic. You will have the opportunity to observe the famous Lionfish and sea horses amongst the vast range of other species and coral formations.


The clear turquoise waters around our beach offer you the ideal opportunity to snorkel and explorer the coral formations and marine life around the Aquarium. We will provide all the snorkeling equipment you need on the beach.


The Aquarium is our second dive point of the day, starting from 8m (26ft) and descends down to 12m+ (39ft+) depth, with a good visibility between 10m (32ft) to 20m (65ft). Our experienced PADI certified dive team will be available to help in any way they can. The Aquarium is an exceptional scuba diving site and our team can guide you to ensure you don’t miss anything! Things to look out for during your dive include sea anemone, vase sponge, fire coral, tube worm, anemone shrimp, hermit crab, coral crab, snapper, jellyfish, slipper lobster, squid, spiny lobster, octopus, sand dollars, sand star, frogfish, trumpet fish, green parrotfish, squirrel fish, barracuda, mackerel, sea squirts, tiger moray eel, grey angelfish and more.


As you approach the white sandy beach on Catalina Island by boat, you will notice the clear turquoise waters surrounding our beach. You will be in paradise the moment your feet touch the fine white sandy beach. You will discover the bar hidden behind the palm trees with refreshments ready to be served, and a glimpse of the restaurant where you will enjoy a true Dominican lunch. You will find sunbeds carefully positioned so that you can enjoy as much or as little sunshine through the afternoon and the opportunity to explore the white sandy beach and its sites.


We have made this short video for to see what a day out in paradise looks like. The day starts out with a short boat ride to the diving and snorkeling locations, before everybody gets to our beach for a fantastic lunch and relaxing afternoon. Hopefully, we’ll get to meet you soon…

Underwater seascape at Catalina Island

We had heard that Catalina Island was the place to go. Passion Paradise Adventures are the ones to take you there. It is a combined dive/snorkel tour and there are two sites for each. Lunch on the beach on Catalina Island was wonderful and the crew and staff are fun and full of energy. They are extremely help full with anything that you may need.


Snorkeling Day Trip

I can't say enough great things about the day my husband and I spent with the staff of Passion Paradise Adventures. We were warmly greeted at our hotel, then had a quick ride to the marina. From there, it was off for a terrific day of scuba diving and snorkeling. After the dives/snorkeling, we were brought to the white sand beaches of Isla Catalina for some time in the sun (or shade) a delicious lunch, and cocktails. This is really one of the best things you can do while in the Dominican!

Samantha A

Best Day Trip in Dominican!

I was a bit nervous that I wouldnt remember the important things about diving since we are beginners but as soon as I met the owner and fellow dive masters I felt safe and comfortable about it all. I wasnt nearly as nervous. They are such warm, welcoming and fantastic people! You could tell that they really just wanted everyone to have a great time and they did everything to make sure of it.

Samantha D

Best day trip ever! Amazing Staff/Owners

Catalina Island Excursion

Samantha Angell's review of her experience with us



We’d love to show you a few photos of of what our customers experience every week. We know how important “the experience” should be and we want you to have the most amazing time with us. Come and relax and lets us take care of everything for you.

  • Shoals of fish

    Scuba diving and exploring the sea life at Catalina Island.

  • Scuba Diver

    Flourishing sea life everywhere on our excursion.

  • Sea life

    Fish swimming amongst the beautiful coral.

  • The Wall

    Scuba divers exploring 'The Wall' -- the first dive site.

  • Eels

    Plenty of sea life to see.

  • Stringrays

    Outstanding views of ocean life.

  • Scuba divers

    Diving in groups at Catalina Island.

  • Seahorses

    Catalina Island has it all!

  • Beautiful Lion Fish

    Lots of sea life amongst the coral.

  • Stingray

    Visiting a cleaning station.

  • Amazing Coral

    Spectacle of amazing coral.

  • Scuba diving group

    Swimming at 'The Wall'.

  • Snorkelers

    Surrounded by plenty of fish.

  • Eels in the coral

    So much sea life to explore!

  • Catalina Island Scuba Diving

    Join us on your next holiday.

  • Cleaning Station

    On the sea floor.

  • Halloween Scuba Diving

    Special occasions are popular times to visit.

  • Advice from a client

    We look forward to meeting you!


Catalina Island Snorkeling

Catalina Island Scuba Diving


A day at the beach in paradise should be fun, exciting and a chance to relax. That’s why our snorkeling and scuba diving excursions to Catalina Island have set a new standards within the Dominican Republic. We have our own catamaran boats, our own beach, our own renowned chef and staff who know how to deliver great service. This is what makes us different from other island tours. All our excursions are all-inclusive, family friendly and we want to show you the great underwater world right here in the Dominican Republic!


  •   Marina address:

             Club de Caza y Pesca
             Calle Los Pinos no 2
             Buena Vista Norte
             La Romana
             Dominican Republic

  •    Phone: (+1) 809-446-9602

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