Belize is well-known to divers for the world’s largest blue hole, but its diving scene also features amazing coral reefs and whale shark adventures. As the saying goes, big things sometimes come in...
From diving with hundreds of hammerhead sharks at Cocos Island to the bull sharks of the Bat Islands, no matter what adventure you crave, you’ll find it in Costa Rica.
Less known for diving than its Central American neighbors, Guatemala still hosts plenty of underwater environments to explore. Take a trip under the surface in Lake Atitlán or Puerto Barrios.
Tucked in the heart of Central America, Honduras is abundant in natural beauty and amazing dive sites. There are tropical rainforests to tour, rivers to raft and white sand beaches on which to lounge.
Bordered by the Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea, Nicaragua offers a variety of gorgeous shorelines, rare corals, and even volcanic crater lakes for divers seeking a truly unique experience.
Two marine environments form the flanks of Panama and entice divers in search of both pirate treasures and those of sea life.