About Diving Roatan
Mayan Princess has a privileged location, in front of the largest reef in the Western Hemisphere- the Mesoamerican Reef. We are a PADI 5 Star Instructor Development Dive Resort that will take you to the warm waters of the Caribbean sea to be amazed at the abundance of marine life in Roatan, an island famed as a world class diving destination.
The snorkeling will take place on the magnificent Mesoamerican Barrier Reef system, the largest barrier reef system in the Northern Hemisphere. This particular area of the reef system you will be snorkeling is extremely healthy and in pristine condition. The snorkel sites are known for their abundance of beautiful corals and extraordinary reef formations, creating astonishing ledges.
- Full Snorkel Kit (Mask/Snorkel/Fins/Vest) − $15
- Snorkel Tour (Boat) Includes 1 site, guide and all snorkel equipment − $35
- 1/2 Day Snorkel Tour (Boat) Includes 2 sites, guide and all snorkel equipment − $50
- All Day UTILA Safari snorkeling trip − $150
- Cayos cochinos snorkeling trip - $180
all day utila safari
Enjoy stunning underwater views and be captivated by more than 850 marine species will create one of the best diving experiences. From turtles, stingrays, to manatees, this exotic reef filled with a variety of colorful hard and soft corals, sea fans, sponges, and more will make you want to return.
The reef itself begins just minutes from shore, with plateaus at 10ft, 20ft, and 45ft and then the amazing wall that drops away in places to over 2000+ feet. Our crystal clear waters, warm weather and weak currents make up the perfect conditions for any diver, at any level.
Give an iguana its lunch at Arch's Iguana and Marine Park. A home for rescued iguanas, this site offers the lizards the chance to come and go as they please. The reserve is dedicated to trying to repopulate the island after hunting threatened their existence. Touch, feed, and hold an iguana.
You can help support this project by visiting the gift shop or buying some leaves and having a herd of hungry iguanas run toward you. The park also runs a environmental education program, dedicated to raising awareness of conservation within the local community and reducing the amount of plastic sent to the landfill.
A dedicated team of conservationists working together to protect our paradise. The Roatan Marine Park has been working since 2005 to conserve Roatan's ecosystems and natural resources − donation $10 per year at the dive center.