Want to Try Scuba Diving? Take the Discover Scuba Diving Course in Roatan!

If you’ve ever had the chance to snorkel in parts of the ocean that has abundant sealife you may have felt the frustration of not being able to get as close as you’d like. This may have gotten you thinking about scuba diving. But you might be you’re unsure whether you’d like it. You might not be willing to make the commitment to get certified. Or maybe you’re frightened by how much it would cost. Maybe you just want to try scuba diving? Take the Discover Scuba Diving Course in Roatan! This is the perfect primer for those who want a taste of what scuba diving is all about without the commitment or cost of working towards certification.

Why Try Scuba Diving In Roatan?

There are many reasons that Roatan is a great place to have your first scuba diving experience. First and foremost is the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System. After the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, this is the second largest reef system in the world. And with Roatan located right along it’s southwest edge, you don’t even need a boat to get to it. The water around Roatan remains above 80 degrees Fahrenheit (27 degrees Celsius) all year round, so you’ll always be comfortable in the water. And if cost is a concern, you’ll be happy to know that Roatan offers some of the most economical scuba diving prices anywhere in the world.

What Is The Discover Scuba Diving Course?

The Discover Scuba Diving Course was made for people who wanted to try scuba diving to see if they might actually like it enough to continue on with certification. The half day course allows you to familiarize yourself with the equipment and safety procedures and actually dive as deep as 40 feet (12 meters) all on the same day! You’ll always be under professional supervision ensuring your experience is safe and enjoyable. Taking the Discover Scuba Diving Course is the most economical way to actually get to dive if you aren’t already certified. If you feel like scuba diving might be for you, you can continue on the path towards beginner certification and more.

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Why Become a Divemaster in Roatan?

If you’re wondering whether you should continue with your PADI certification course to the point of being a certified Divemaster you should know that there are many more benefits to taking the course than simply receiving the credentials and a title. Why become a Divemaster in Roatan? The answers are many. Keep reading to find out how taking the course can further enrich your life.

Gain Extra Knowledge And Confidence

The Divemaster course is set up in such a way that you’ll be exposed to a wide variety of real and staged situations that allow you to comfortably and confidently react in the correct manner without feeling overly stressed. The Divemaster course builds upon all the other courses you’ve already taken and brings you up to a level where you’ll be able to take care of yourself and others with confidence and courage. If you love diving — and the fact that you’re considering the next step proves that you do — this course will help complete the full picture.

Acquire Transferable Skills

Even if you don’t plan on becoming a professional diver, Divemaster certification comes with a load of skills that can be used in almost any industry. Becoming more confident in first aid, public speaking, customer service, risk management and more can help you with a job search in virtually every field of work. You’ll find the skills acquired through a Divemaster course can be utilized in many other facets of your life.

Become A Representative Of The Ocean

As a Divemaster you’ll have the chance to take part in a wide variety of initiatives and programs that promote marine conservation and ocean preservation. By the time you reach the level of Divemaster you’ll know all too well how important it is to protect the ocean’s resources. As a Divemaster you’ll have an even larger platform from which to serve that purpose.

Become Part Of A Community

As a diver you probably already realize that you’ve become part of a select society. Reaching the level of Divemaster will further secure your position in this tight knit community. Not only will you be in the company of other elite divers, you will be looked upon with respect by those still learning their way. It’s easiest to feel comfortable around those who have gone and are going through what you’ve already experienced and the Divemaster course will prove that.

Our on-site dive shop, Roatan Divers is one of the best dive schools on the island and we have great accommodations for your stay on Roatan while you are completing your divemaster training.

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Benefits of drinking fresh coconut water when vacationing in Roatan


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So you’ve finally booked your Roatan vacation!  While you’ll definitely have a lot of fun, did you realize that by using some local, homegrown products you can make yourself healthier as well?  Read more to learn about the benefits of drinking fresh coconut water when vacationing in Roatan.

Coconut Water Is Hydrating

Coconut water has a similar composition to sports drinks, but without all the added sugar.  High levels of magnesium and potassium found in coconut water help to quickly rehydrate the body.  This can be very helpful considering the warm temperatures found on the island. And if you’ve had a few too many tropical drinks, coconut water can play a role in relieving the symptoms of a hangover.

Coconut Water Can Reduce Blood Pressure

Magnesium found in coconut water relaxes blood vessels and prevents them from constricting.  This allows for the easier flow of the blood and reduces the pressure on the vessel walls. The potassium found in coconut water can also act to counterbalance the effects of sodium which has been found to increase blood pressure when found in higher concentrations.

Coconut Water Can Help Prevent Heart Diseases

Coconut water has been found to aid in the reduction of arterial plaques which can lead to strokes or heart attacks.  It can also decrease the levels of bad cholesterol while increasing the levels of good cholesterol. Coconut water directly affects the metabolism of lipids which influence cholesterol levels.

Coconut Water Can Promote Weight Loss

Not only is coconut water low in calories (there are about 65 calories in 12 ounces,) but it contains enzymes which encourage digestion and help metabolize fat.  The aforementioned role that potassium plays in neutralizing sodium will reduce water retention and its associated weight gains.

Coconut Water Can Help Regulate Blood Sugar Levels

Coconut water is rich in a type of amino acids which are thought to allow the body to be more sensitive to insulin.  This increased sensitivity helps regulate the sugar levels in the blood. Coconut water can also reduce symptoms suffered by those with diabetes such as numbness of the feet and plaque build up in the arteries.

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Love Shipwrecks? Go Scuba Diving in Roatan!

Roatan is one of the most popular scuba diving spots in the world.  With its location next to the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef system, the second largest barrier reef on earth and some of the lowest priced diving found anywhere on the planet, Roatan has become a haven for scuba divers of all experience levels.  The island’s waters appeal to the interests of divers of all types. Interested in coral reefs? Enjoy swimming with marine animals? Love shipwrecks? Go scuba diving in Roatan!  In this article we go over a couple of the most popular shipwreck dive sites available to scuba divers visiting Roatan.

El Aguila

Popularly known as the Eagle, the el Aguila originally sank in 1989 off the coast of Utila.  It was salvaged a couple of times before being purchased by a team looking to create a shipwreck specifically for divers.  It was towed to its current location in 1997. In 1998 it was broken into three pieces by Hurricane Mitch, but that only increased its value to divers.  The 230 foot hull now has many exposed swim throughs which allow intermediate divers to get a good look inside. Errant parts of the ship that have been strewn across the seabed have created ideal habitats for schools of groupers, snappers, bottom dwellers and eels.

The Odyssey

At 300 feet long, 85 feet tall and 50 feet wide, the Odyssey is the largest intentional shipwreck off the coast of Roatan.  It was sunk in 2002 near the picturesque town of Mud Hole and sits under 110 feet of water on a sandy floor. The Odyssey too was ravaged by storms which caused the central hull to detach and collapse from the stern and bow.  That said, the ship is so big that it can’t be completely explored in a single dive. The center of the hull is as big as a football field. The stern and bow lay at steep angles that become greater every year. Divers often come across schools of tuna, sharks, groupers and barracuda swimming around the structure.

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