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Diving in West End

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When to go to West End

Scuba diving is available all year round. The rainy season usually lasts from October to February. The average air temperature varies from 24C/75F to 30C/87F. The average water temperature is 28C/82F. The average water visibility is 20m/65ft. The currents usually stay slight. What to see There are more great dives nearby suitable for scuba divers as well as snorkelers and featuring interesting topography, including walls and a couple of different wrecks. In these clear blue ocean waters divers can explore large marine life as well as micro-life such as lion-fish, groupers, barracuda, chromis, eagle rays, tarpon, seahorses and jacks.

Scuba diving in West End

West End is located at the western end of the northern side of Roatan Island, in Roatan Marine Park. Juan Manuel Galvez International Airport is located in 12 km from it. West End is a very interesting and popular tourist destination on Roatan, featuring many attractions including restaurants, hotels, bars and lots of dive shops. Coming here divers can choose between a variety of snorkeling tours, scuba diving, instructional courses and night diving excursions. One spot, a Half Moon Bay, is especially great for snorkelers. It is protected by a living coral reef teeming with life and is a must see destination. Most popular dive sites The best dive sites in these waters are Blue Channel, Hole in the Wall, Spooky Channel.