Tucked away in the heart of Central America, liveaboard diving in Honduras, including Utila and Roatan, is known for dramatic walls, healthy coral reefs, canyons, Spanish shipwrecks and whale sharks.
Honduras is home to Roatan, Utila and the Bay Islands. All of these diving areas offer steep drop-offs on one side with healthy coral reefs on the other, more protected side. In addition, you might have the chance to dive in canyons or among shipwrecks and statues of Christopher Columbus. While the diving is beautiful, it’s the whale sharks that put Honduras on the map. The huge animals pass close to the shores of Utila during their annual migration. Because the best sites in Honduras are spread over several islands, liveaboard is the best way to travel this country. Typical itineraries last 7 nights, and the best time to dive in Honduras is from February to April and October to December.