My worst day diving is better than your best day working

Prepare to be amazed

Scuba Diving

Scuba diving in Roatan is an absolute dream for most divers. Dive sites are mere minutes away, the reef is healthy, and you get to see amazingly diverse marine life. With many years working in the diving industry on the island, our dive professionals have expert knowledge of the reef. Whale sharks pass by Roatan occasionally, hammerheads, and nurse sharks are sometimes spotted at our most popular sites, as well rays, turtles, and moray eels. Macro life is just as diverse, offering interested divers the ideal opportunity to spot nudibranchs, seahorses, and many other small critters. Scuba diving in Roatan is truly incredible.

The Roatan Marine Park

The Roatan Marine Park has designated over 50 dive sites along Roatan’s northwestern shore. From our dock in West End, we can reach any of those dive sites in 2-20 minutes. As we are diving in a Marine Park we follow these three basic rules:

  • No touching the marine life
  • No taking the marine life, or anything else underwater
  • No teasing the marine life
The only exception to these rules are lionfish, an invasive species whose population is being controlled through spear fishing. Divers wishing to hunt lionfish must have a license from the marine park. They conduct courses on lionfish and how to hunt them.