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"Our 21 acre private island paradise is located off the South shore of Roatan, Bay Islands in Honduras. At Fantasy Island you will find everything you want for your dream Caribbean vacation.
The island of Roatan, Honduras is one of the world’s top scuba diving and snorkeling vacation destinations. This magical part of the world, where tropical waters are warm all year round, brings people from all over the globe.
Roatan is an exotic tropical island located in the Western Caribbean Sea surrounded by the second largest barrier reef in the world.Whale sharks, caves and crevices, thousand-foot walls, wrecks, dolphins, reef and hammerhead sharks, and the largest number of sponges in the Caribbean, makes Roatan one of the most desirable worldwide diving and snorkeling destinations.
A world class dive resort has experienced Divemasters, Captains and Instructors that focus on safety, customer satisfaction…and fun! Fantasy Island Divemasters have years of experience guiding divers on sites around Roatan and our Captains are the best on the island. The Dive Academy has PADI certified instructors qualified to teach novice to professional level courses. Our staff speak English, Spanish, Italian, French & German.
The Dive Centre is easily accessible from the hotel or marina. Facilities were built with the diver in mind; dive boats, rinse tanks and the gear storage room are steps away from each other. Our dive staff will load and unload your tanks from the dive boats.The famed south shore dive sites are but minutes away.
For those who prefer to dive from shore at their own pace, day or night, a unique dive Gazebo places a mysterious shipwreck, a sunken airplane a beautifull shallow reef and dramatic wall diving just a giant stride away.
Water conditions: Expect water temperatures in the low 80F in summer and high 70F in winter. Although visibility can peak at 100 feet or more, expect an average of 80 feet, unless when storms or plankton cloud the water."