Where we are diving
Roatan is located in the Bay Islands of Honduras. Just a few feet away from the shore lies the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, the largest barrier reef in the northern hemisphere. There you will find pristine waters and an abundance of marine life. It’s home to thick, vibrant coral, playful dolphins, and schools of tropical fish. It is also well known for its macro critters.
The island’s reefs and drop-offs are perfect for novices and experts alike. And the warm water and gentle currents make for great year-round visibility.
Roatan has approximately 35 dive sites, from West Bay to Man of War Cay to Anthony’s Key. These dive sites offer everything from shipwrecks to peaceful eel gardens. Coral walls begin as shallow as 20 feet below the surface and drop into the depths of the Caribbean.
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James Presley, Open Water Diver Instructor
James has been diving for seven years, a member of the Diventures team for nearly 5 years and a dive pro for almost four. He loves traveling the world and takes pride in helping divers of all levels explore the seas and enjoy their travels.
“Roatan has some of the best diving in the Caribbean. The southernmost point of the second largest reef in the world provides fauna of macro and massive proportions.”
Top 5 reasons you should travel with me to Roatan!
1. Playful dolphins!
2. Largest Barrier Reef in the northern hemisphere.
3. Thick, vibrant coral.
4. Year-round destination. The air temperature is around 72º-84º, while the water temperature is around 79º.
5. Beautiful beaches right outside your bungalow!
Where we are staying
Roatán offers something for every traveler. From palm tree beaches to tourist villages to lush jungles, you’ll taste delicious food and beverages and have plenty of activities to keep you busy.
Turquoise Bay Resort is all-inclusive and offers comfortable accommodations with ocean and hillside views. After a day of diving, relax poolside with a cocktail in hand or let the fun continue by kayaking or snorkeling.
You’ll never go hungry at Turquoise Bay. Their Udurau restaurant serves a variety of American, Italian, and Caribbean dishes. Enjoy fresh fish, pork, chicken, and veggies all while watching the ocean waves roll in.
Hillside Garden View
- Diver: $1,980
- Non-Diver: $1,610
- Single Diver: $2,220
- Diver: $2,110
- Non-Diver: $1,730
- Single Diver: $2,470
Deposit and payments
- 1st deposit: $500 due upon sign up
- 2nd deposit: $500 due October 14, 2022
- Full Balance: Due January 6, 2023
- Prices are based upon double occupancy
- All payments are non-refundable
- Prices are subject to change due to events outside of our control
- 7 nights accommodation
- 3 daily boat dives including night dive
- Ground transfers
- Botanical tour, pool table, board games, and kayaks
- Gear storage, weights, tanks
- Access to private beach and resort facilities
- All-inclusive plan (breakfast, lunch, snack, dinner, unlimited national and international liquors, wide variety of cocktails and beers)
What’s not included
- SMB & Reel
- Sea Dragon 900
- Hydros Pro BC
- Deep Diving
- Perfect Buoyancy
What prior travelers say
Know Before You Go
Electricity – Electricity is 110 volts, 60 cycle AC, the same as in the United States. Visitors from countries with other electrical standards will need adaptors.
Passport Validity – You need a passport that is valid for 6 months after your arrival. You will receive a 90-day tourist Visa when you arrive. You should check to see if there are any special requirements for citizens of your country but currently, this is all that is required for the USA, Canada, UK, and European Union.
Money Exchange – On the island, US Dollars are used as much as the local currency, and most places have their prices in US dollars. Many businesses will give you change back in Lempiras even if you pay in dollars. It is best not to bring bills over $20 as larger bills may not be accepted.
Dress Code – The island is very relaxed and in most restaurants casual to informal is normal and accepted.
Language – While Spanish is the official language, English is spoken universally. Roatan islanders speak a Creole English. This broken English gets its roots in French, English, and Spanish as well as a few words unique to the Garifuna culture.
Water – We encourage guests to drink bottled water or the purified water provided in each guest room, although the tap water at the resort comes from a local well and is safe.