Roatan dive sites

Drift Diving at West End Wall

Are you ready for a dive to West End Wall?

West End Wall is one of our top requested dive sites, largely due to its proximity to The Point. Located just off West Bay, West End Wall is where we can experience some of the strongest currents on the island, making it the perfect place for large schools of fish. The currents bring in nutrient rich water that make it the ideal feeding ground.  From big schools of blue creole wrasse, snappers and jacks, this site shows us what a vibrant and diverse marine life Roatan has to offer.

Due to the flowing current, this is an ideal site for a drift dive, where we enter the water, descend along the wall, and head in the same direction as the flow of the current. This type of dive can be very enjoyable as it allows us to effortlessly cruise along the wall. Most often for this site, we go in a southerly direction towards the very end of the island.  Given potentially strong currents, depending on the daily conditions, we consider this a site for more advanced divers.

Enjoy!

Scuba Diving at Fish Den

By popular demand (and by popular, I mean she's a popular blogger and writer named Amanda Walkins), we are sharing our dive site shorts from UMI Productions so that you can see some of our beautiful dive sites!

This one is from Fish Den, a great dive site that's only about five minutes away from our private dock in West End. It has beautiful topography and loads of soft coral, schools of fish and the occasional green moray out swimming! This was taken the day after a few days of heavy rain, but the water was incredibly blue and all the fish were out to play.

Keep an eye out on the blog for more videos of the amazing scuba diving on Roatan, or you can check them on our YouTube page. Happy diving!