Dive. Eat. Sleep.
Roatan Dive Vacations
Roatan is well known as one of the best scuba diving destinations in the world. Thousands of divers are drawn to Roatan year after year, to experience her lush reefs, spectacular marine life and breathtaking walls.
It’s hard to find just an average dive site anywhere on Roatan, but the best diving is at Roatan’s East end. There is very little diving pressure here, and most days you won’t see any other dive boats.
There are no Roatan dive resorts East of the Reef House. Dive sites that are out of reach for most Roatan dive operators are just a short boat ride from our private dock.
We’re remote but not isolated. On rare days when weather limits diving on other parts of the island, our reefs are calm and accessible.
The Reef House opened as a bone fishing lodge in the 1950’s and was the first to host divers in 1971. The Reef House is Roatan’s oldest dive resort. Dive with us and you’ll see why so many divers keep coming back.
There are no other dive operators East of The Reef House. Often, you’ll dive for an entire week and only see one or two other dive boats… …if any. Our reefs are the most healthy and pristine you’ll find anywhere on Roatan.
Our home is your home. Really. We are there when you need us, but you are also welcome to serve yourself. It’s like staying with
friends family, but with better food.
Come for the diving.
Stay for the vibe.
Our guests come to relax and spend time with friends, enjoy great diving and eat too much. It’s awesome here–the kind of place where people come for the day and end up staying for a month.
Roatan diving is made up of dramatic walls with deep cracks and overhangs. These provide cover for countless fish species, lobsters, crabs and even the occasional cuttlefish. At most dive sites, the wall drops off abruptly from around 30 feet. Here, our reefs team with hard and soft corals, sea fans and massive sponges. If you keep a sharp eye out, you might spot a seahorse or two.