As part of the Mesoamerican Reef, the second largest barrier reef in the world, Honduras offers access to some of the best diving in the world. The reefs of the North Coast areas of Tela and the Bay Islands are home to many of the species of marine life found in other parts of the Caribbean, and a rare spot to find them all in one place. This combination of wildlife and a rich diving landscape has attracted scuba divers and dive pros who flock here in large numbers to get the best in diving. Each dive available in the region is a unique one, leading to an unforgettable scuba experience.
December to May
When to dive
Honduras is in the Zika zone, but proper precautionary measures can decrease your chances of getting it. Crime can be a concern, but sticking to dive areas and crowded spots will typically keep you away from it.
Health and Safety
Honduras is home to a large coast and one of the most biodiverse populations of marine life in the region. Beautiful diving areas extend for a wide stretch of not only protected land and sea, but some of the healthiest coral reefs in the region. Sound ripe for a scuba diving adventure? It is. Pick your dive spot and get going.
Average daily price is $33. Daily single tank dive rates range from $20 to $40.
What to Expect When Diving in Honduras
Cenote & Blue hole
Lake & Dam