Experience required: Intermediate

The site got its name because of several founds of Dolphin bones. The last one in the summer of 2007 where a pod of 13 bottlenose dolphins swam into the cavern, got trapped and drowned. The most common explanation

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Experience required: Beginner to intermediate

A favorite among visitors to the northeastern region, Rockstar and Garden of Eden are known for their unique topography and impressive displays of marine life. With the Rockstar buoy marker located at a depth of 15ft at the very

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Experience required: Beginner, intermediate for swim throughs

Whether you're looking for a deep dive, a wall dive or an exceptional swim through, this site offers a variety of dive options all from the same starting point. With a buoy marker

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Experience required: Advanced

One of Roatan's most popular dive sites "Cara a Cara" because of its attraction - Caribbean Reef Sharks! The shark dive is organized by the Waihuka dive center. The dive site is located on
a unique part of the reef

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Experience required: Beginner to intermediate

Receiving its name from the Punta Gorda cemetery that overlooks this site or also known as Yubu due to the nightclub nearby, Cemetery wall is a good example of the kinds of terrain you will find in the northeastern region

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Experience required: Advanced

El Aguila, Spanish for 'The Eagle', is 230 feet long with a dual-deck cargo area. It's final voyage, according to Samir Galindo, General Manager of Anthony's Key Resort, was a run from Puerto Cortes to Haiti,

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Experience required: Beginner to intermediate

Characteristic of channels you'll find on Roatan where lagoon water mixes with the ocean and tides have eroded deep channels into the reef, Key Hole / Gully Galore offers an impressive display of topography with ample wall space

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Experience required: Advanced

Roatan's biggest planned wreck is a 300-foot freighter called Odyssey. Owned by Hybur Limited, the Odyssey was being rebuilt when a catastrophic fire put an end to its freight-hauling career.

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Experience required: Beginner

At this amazing wall you can find many different sponges and corals including huge barrel sponges and spectacular pillar corals. The drop-off is at 60 feet and drops to 180 feet. Very often there are turtles, nurse-sharks and

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Experience required: Beginner, intermediate for swim-throughs

There's something for everyone at the Labyrinth, it starts with a shallow area of 40ft perfect for beginners and slowly slopes down to 60 feet.

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Experience required: Beginner

A colourful wall with soft and hard corals, often visited by groupers, schools of chubs, creole wrasse, horse-eye jacks and black durgons among others.

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Experience required: Beginner

This site is ideal as a training site as we begin our dive in the sandy shallows at around 7ft, we weave our way through the shallow corral heads to the west and down into the channel. The channel has gotten its name from the abundance of cushioned sea stars

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Experience required: Beginner

This site has two names it was named the view as it is directly out from the view restaurant. It has also been named fish spot for its abundant amount of fish

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