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The west of Roatan is where most wall dives are located just at the coral reefs offshore West End Village and Sandy Bay.

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The west of Roatan is where most dive sites are situated, especially from West End Point all the way up to Sandy Bay. West End Village is where many resorts, dive shops and restaurants are found. It is the place to be for some nightlife and entertainment when you have decided not to dive in the evening. Just outside West End Village you can take a look at the Roatan Butterfly garden or take a canopy tour above its green jungle. Half Moon Bay, Mangrove Bight and Gibson Bight are sheltered pristine bays, worth a visit. The island's only hyperbaric chamber is located at the Cornerstone Medical Clinic in Sandy Bay. Some of the best beaches (West Bay Beach) can be found at the tip near West End Point. You can also explore its bird park, visit dolphin shows or go shopping in West End. The capital Coxen Hole was named after a notorious pirate and is nowadays a lively town with fruit markets and many street vendors. It is also near Roatan's only international airport.

The coral reefs just in front of the northwestern shores are excellent wall dives dropping down to 40 meter and more. Pelagic species fight with each other for the best spot on the wall. Tiny creatures inhabit the rich coral formations. The most famous dive sites are probably Hole in the Wall and the Eagle Wreck or Aquila. Fortunately, the whole northwestern region is contained in the West End Marine Reserve, protected against fishing, shell harvesting and lobstering. The south shores are more remote and less visited by divers. However, you can find some of the best dive sites here between Coxen Hole and Flowers Bay.


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Ocean Connections
www.ocean-connections.com
 West End Rd
West End, Roatan

Scuba diving in Roatan, Honduras with Ocean Connections 

Ocean Connections is A PADI 5 Star Dive Center and Divers Alert Network Center located right on the water in the heart of beautiful West End, Roatan. We have a 15 year history of quality scuba diving courses and diving adventures serving our International clientele. Ocean Connections dive center is owned and run by young, experienced diving professionals who value quality instruction and knowledge of the Roatan's reef system. We are still searching out new dive sites, over and above the 40 Roatan Marine Park sites, and finding new creatures and are proud of our commitment to safety, diving education and environmental awareness. Ocean Connections has diving packages to suit every divers’ budget and accreditation. We offer PADI diving courses from Open Water to Advanced and Rescue as well as Divemaster Internships and Dive Instructor training. If you need accommodation, we have private accommodation with air conditioning at The Sea Breeze Inn and can arrange various other activities on Roatan.
 
 
 

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