Roatán is the largest of a small group of islands off the Caribbean coast of Honduras. It is one of the most well protected and well preserved islands in the Mesoamerican reef, and the second largest barrier reef in the world. Its warm, clear and calm waters are home to pristine coral beds, stunning and diverse macro life as well as the larger predatory and pelagic species like sharks, rays and turtles. Roatán dive sites offer something for every diver including immense shipwrecks, deep coral walls, winding swim-throughs and gorgeous reef expanses.
Cozumel, known for its excellent visibility, moderate currents and healthy reef systems, is home to eagle rays, nurse sharks and turtles. Coupled with a vast array of macro life, Cozumel is sure to keep all levels of divers captivated. The adjacent cenotes of Tulúm offer unique diving through some of the most beautiful and well-preserved caves systems, with 100'+ visibility and astounding cave formations. Experience both in one trip!
Dubbed Panamá's Galápagos, Isla Coíba was formerly a penitentiary and now houses the national park and marine reserve facilities, as well as overnight facilities for divers. Cold pacific water flowing down from the north brings with it rich marine diversity. Throughout the summer, Isla Coíba is also a major stop along the humpback whale's migration path. Spend 4 days diving the marine reserve, whale-watching, staying at the national park facilities and exploring the island. Experience the outdoor-lover's perfect dive adventure.
The Galápagos are a group of volcanic islands situated 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador. The waters around Galápagos are some of the richest in the world. Cold water creatures like sea lions, penguins and sharks (hammerheads, black and white tip, Galápagos and many more) share the water with tropical residents like the marine iguana, sea turtles and more. Challenge yourself, and be rewarded with the best the ocean has to offer!