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Dive sites nearby

Over Heat

A beautiful relaxing dive site, named after the patch of reef over which an old resort dive boat would overheat each day. Over Heat is one of the most favorite dive sites on Roatan.

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Mandy’s Eel Garden

Located on the prestigious West Bay Beach, Mandy’s Eel Garden starts at around 20 feet and continues towards the outer wall on the reef dropping down to the abyss.

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Tabyanas

Tabyana, aka “Herbie’s Fantasy or Place“ is a salt water dive site, located in West Bay, Roatan, Honduras. This dive site has an average rating of 4.50 out of 5 from 4 scuba divers. The maximum depth is 36-40ft/11-12m. The average visibility is 71-80ft/22-24m.

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Black Rock

A continuation of West End Wall, Black Rock also provides an outstanding dive site with numerous fissures in the reef wall. Featuring spectacular soft coral formations and giant barrel sponges, this dive site joins up with West End Wall, Texas, and Pablo’s Place.

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Infinity Bay House Reef

Located just off West Bay, this site encompasses various dive sites, suited for beginners on the inner reef and snorkelers. A short distance away is the outer wall and greater depths.

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Bucca Quay

Referred to by most as West End Wall, the official name is Buca Quay. This is a great wall drift dive with side canyons, chutes, and sand falls starting off at about 66 ft / 20 m to the bottom of the wall it drops off as you head west/south.

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West End Wall

West End Wall is one of the most popular dive sites in Roatan. People come from all over the Bay Islands to dive here. It is a huge and amazing wall on the west end of Roatan, full of canyons and a huge variety of marine life. Sometimes the current can be medium to strong at the end of the dive.

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Seaquest Shallow

Seaquest Shallow is a shallow reef starting on a sandy bottom. Follow the sand to the top of the reef, which sits at 18ft. Situated in West End, this is an easy site to reach.

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Texas (The Point)

Most dives that are called Texas actually start closer to the Salt Life Point buoy and drift into Texas. The reason for this is that Texas is the area off of the westernmost point of the island and can be subject to strong currents. The Texas buoy itself is in 40 ft / 12 m and if there is current it will generally be pushing you off of the island and out towards the blue, so your dive can be hard work and short.

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Seaquest Deep

A popular dive site that is quick to get to. It is one of the more commonly dived sites in Roatan. Sandy bottoms and plenty of life makes it well worth a dive.

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