Scuba diving in Blackish Point

From Boat
Diver level
Average: not available
Maximum: 85.28 ft
Average: 32.8 ft
Maximum: 98.4 ft

Blackish Point, Honduras is a dive site that used to be volcanic rock. The site is a reef wall that stretches along the coastline. The wall has various features that make the site suitable for divers of all levels. The caverns are full of various marine creatures that can be observed while diving. Slight currents add some adventurousness and to diving at Blackish Point.

When to go

Útila’s climate is subtropical. The average temperature throughout the year is 27-30C/80-86F. The average water temperature is 28-31C/82-87F. March through September is the driest time, and October through February has the most rainfall.

What to see

Scuba diving at Blackish Point is an exceptional opportunity for divers to spot lobsters, eagle rays, lionfish, moray eels, and even whale sharks. The reef is fully covered with layers of hard and soft corals.

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