Extraordinary diving in Guanaja, Honduras
Looking for diving that is out of the ordinary with truly pristine dive sites and usually not another dive boat in sight? Then we are the place for you! You won’t just get the normal 45 to 50 minute dive at Clearwater Paradise Resort. You’ll be in the water as long as the dive profile and your air consumption allows. Most of our dives last over an hour, due to the way the reef comes up to the surface.
See amazing marine life
Our dive staff have sharp eyes, and will not only keep an eye on their divers, but will seek to point out our Caribbean critters such as Angelfish, Barracuda, Butterfly fish, Crabs, Lobster, Dolphins, Grouper, Jackfish, Moray eels, Octopus, Parrotfish, Nurse sharks, and Seahorses! The amazingly diverse underwater ecosystem attracts and houses an astounding variety of tropical fish, Sea turtles, Sharks, and much much more.
Prepare to be spoiled
You’ll never even have to touch your luggage or dive equipment, except, of course, to do your gear/buddy check before diving. From the moment you are greeted by the Clearwater Paradise Resort staff at the Guanaja airport by boat, your luggage will be loaded and then after a quick ride to the resort, your luggage will be delivered to your room.
Prepare to just relax
When you arrive you can simply leave your dive equipment outside your door and it will be transported to the dive boat, set up and waiting for your first of many dives. Your gear will be rinsed and stored in our dive shop nightly. Don’t want to bring your equipment? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with a full line of top notch gear rental and a dive staff that can get you up and diving in no time.
Enjoy a diving-intensive vacation
Our standard schedule is early breakfast with the dive boat leaving no later than 8:00AM, or 8:30AM with smaller groups, and going out for 2 dives with fruit, snacks, and juice in between dives, coming in for a lunch break, and going back out for the afternoon dive by 2:00PM, unless it happens to be a night diving night. We typically do one night dive per week.