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Diving in Turquoise Bay

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When to go to Turquoise Bay

Local climate is very pleasant, especially in April and May. The rainy seasom is from October to February. The monthly average temperature is 27C/81F and the coolest months are January and February, with an average of 25C/77F. The water temperature ranges from 26-29C/78-84F. The visibility varies between 20-30m/66-98ft. Mostly there are no currents, but some dive sites have slight currents. What to see There is a rich diversity of coral, fish and other marine life close to shore and an exceptionally beautiful beach. Among marine species turtles, moray eels, nurse sharks, baracudas, huge groupers, lobsters, crabs, schools of brightly colored fish and many others can be seen.

Scuba diving in Turquoise Bay

Turquoise Bay is located on Roatán’s northeast shore. Juan Manuel Galvez International Airport is located in 20 km. Turquoise Bay is lush and remote area of the island that provides the opportunity to dive in uncrowded, pristine dive sites. Divers can explore sloping plateaus which are perfect for spotting macro life, sheer walls with large soft corals and barrel sponges, wreck dives with abundant sea life, crevices, trenches, overhangs, and cavern systems. The sites are suitable for novice and intermediate divers. Most popular dive sites The famous dive sites are Hole in the Wall, Blue Channel, Spooky Channel and Odyssey wreck for more experienced divers.