Consisting of Bungalows Ocean front Homes and Cabanas you will be pleased and comfortable knowing you made a good choice. You can dive the South Shore of Roatan with its easy calm seas with our expert divemasters and Instructors. This resort is really all about the diving so if you are not diving look elsewhere however if you are a scuba nut read down..
The Cabanas are built directly over the water which is really nice - hammocks can be found all around to enjoy the tranquillity that is the Roatan evening. The resort offers plenty of entertainment in the evening, tours in Roatan and Kayaks. There are places that you can meet your fellow CCV'ers like thefollowing :Clubhouse
Here you will find the dining room, club house bar, games, pool table and ping pong. Upstairs is additional dining area, meeting area, TV and video viewing, and ocean front decks everywhere! This is the social center of the resort.
Come visit our newly refurbished Hitchin' Post. Enjoy a cold drink and a snack while sitting in the open-air front porch. This is a lot about what a vacation to Roatan is all about.
Three delicious buffet meals served daily. CoCo View guests enjoy flavorful regional and traditional entrees, featuring local fruits and vegetables.
Their Diving Plan
Your dive package includes the island's only 24/7 unlimited beach diving. Diving Sites accessible from shore CoCo View Wall, Newman's wall, the wreck of the Prince Albert, and the CoCo View Channel. All of the above sites are boat dives for other resorts on the island. 2 boat trips daily include 1 tank at the site with an optional "drop-off" dive on the route back to the resort for up to 4 boat tanks daily. On a drop-off dive, your boat will heave-to and guests who have requested a drop off tank will exit. The boat will then continue to the marina and divers can follow the wall back to the CoCo View beach on their own. All shore dives are accessible at night as well.
During the week you may be offered some optional dive trips for additional cost. We offer an all-day to the West End of Roatan and to the East End (Port Royal) of Roatan. These 2 local all day trips happen weather permitting as well- 3 tanks, lunch provided (or guests can opt to take money and eat at local restaurant.)
An orientation dive is required if you have not been to CoCo View within the past 5 years. Basic rules are explained, you will be informed of reef structure and routes to the walls, and will be warned of any conditions that could be hazardous. It also allows you to re-familiarize yourself with your gear and refresh your skills. Orientations are normally given on the morning following your arrival.