Roatan is the largest of the Bay Islands and is known around the world for its scuba diving. The island is located on the southern edge of the Mesoamerican Reef System, which is the world's second-largest barrier reef. Dive attractions include sea walls, shipwrecks, a submerged airplane, and night diving. Sea turtles, dolphins, and whales swim in the waters of Roatan.


So whether you are a beginner looking to discover what diving is all about, a certified diver wanting to explore Roatan's reefs, an experienced diver eager to take on the challenge of Tec diving or you are seeking to go pro with a Divemaster internship or PADI Instructor course, Roatan really has something for everyone!

Coconut Tree Cabins

Lost Moose Guest House

Lost Paradise Inn

Land’s End

Hotel Cinco Continentes

Coco View Resort

Coconut Tree Divers

Sun Divers Roatan

Ocean Connections

West End Divers

Reef Gliders

West Bay Divers

Scuba Roatan

Native Sons

Infinity Divers

Eco Divers

Barefoot Divers

West Bay Divers

Mayan Divers

Black Pearl Divers

Enomis Divers

Tobri Divers



Anytime is a good time to visit the Bay Islands for diving, but the best time would be outside of the rainy season between October and November.

Fly into Roatan’s Juan Manuel Galvez International Airport (Airport Code RTB). This airport receives direct international flights from Atlanta, Houston, Toronto and El Salvador. Delta, Continental, TACA, American and United Airlines fly directly from the U.S. to Roatan.

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