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If feeding sharks from close is your thing your should visit Shark Dive or Face to Face.

Name Dive Site:Shark Dive, Face to Face
Depth: 29-68ft (9-21m)
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The Shark Dive is also named Face to Face, as the dive site name comes right to the point. Not for the faint hearted but a must for those seeking the ultimate adventure and adrenaline rush. Sit down in the sandy patch at 20 meter and admire the play of up to 15 elegant gray reef sharks as they are being fed by an experienced shark dive master. At the site you will also see an abundance of large schools of Horse Eye Jacks, Queen Triggerfish, Atlantic Spade Fish and Groupers.


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Utila Island - Honduras

Utila - The Bay Islands of Hon...
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 The Bay Islands
Utila

The Bay Island of Utila has a fascinating history, but is known for its world-class inexpensive scuba diving along the great barrier reef.

If you have not visited the waters of this pristine Bay Island of Honduras, you are missing one of the best diving experiences in the world. The island of Utila is known as the cheapest place in the world to get SCUBA certified, and Utila is home to the world's second-largest barrier reef . The waters off Utila house over 500 species of fish, 1000 manatees, and an amazing amount of dolphins. This bay island also has the largest local population of whale sharks, a major diving attraction.
 
 
 


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