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Aquatrack is a legally registered company in the Dominican Republic, authorized to offer excursions throughout the country, within its marine borders and the waters of United States territory in the Mona Passage. We work closely with the Dominican Departments of Tourism and Environmental Affairs and the United States Coast Guard to guarantee that we protect the visitors as well as the environment.

Your safety and pleasurable excursions are our first concerns. Unlike many dive centers in the country which deal in volume of participants, our specialty is personalized excursions.

You may bring your own equipment or rent any part or all from us. All of our equipment is in excellent condition and rigorously inspected before each trip.

Aquatrack is composed of a team of highly qualified, multilingual (English, German, Spanish, French and Dutch) Dive Instructors and Tour Guides, based in Punta Cana / Bavaro, Dominican Republic. We travel to all parts of the island and its waters.

After thousands of dives and adventure trips, we still love it, and continue to share our appreciation for the beauty of the Dominican Republic and its waters with visitors from around the world.

By founding Aquatrack Herbert Mohr created a base to share his vast experience and desire to explore unique locales with others. His resume includes more than 5,000 dives around the world and under various conditions, and he is a certified instructor for CMAS, IANTD, PADI. These qualifications, plus his technical knowledge, make Aquatrack one of the leading operators for diving trips and expeditions in the Dominican Republic.

Herbert started diving in 1977, and continued first during his vacation trips around the world. More and more he became interested in technical diving. By working as a fire brigade rescue diver, instructor to the border police in diving, and as an actor for television documentaries and action films he found the perfect way to keep life interesting.

During his stay on the Islands of Cape Verde and Tonga, Herbert explored a number of spectacular caves and unique dive sides. On Tonga in the South Pacific he was able to specialize as well in whale watching, sea kayaking and hiking.

The Dominican Republic with its mostly unexplored cave systems and wrecks, various national parks and the spectacular islands of the Mona Passage are the new playgrounds for the person who wishes to explore the new and different.