• Paradise at your Doorstep
    Paradise At Your Doorstep
Scuba Diving

Did you know that diving in the Bay Islands is considered some of the best in the world? Lonely Planet called it 'one of the top ten places in the world' to take a dive course, National Geographic named Utila as having the most accessible and pristine water in the world, and Divers International exclaimed that if you want to see the greatest diversity of sea life for the best value, you should come to the Bay Islands.

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Other Activities

With so much to do around the Bay Islands, you will never want to leave... Aside from Diving, Snorkeling, and Kayaking, Utila Cays Diving can also arrange deep-sea fishing trips (catch your own dinner!), zip-lining trips (including hot springs!), and charter trips to Roatan and Cayos Cochinos! As a matter of fact, pretty much ANYTHING you want, we will do our best to make it happen!

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Utila Cays Diving is proud to have been the recipient of the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for the last 4 years in a row! Been diving with us recently? If we have met and/or exceeded your expectations, please consider leaving us a TripAdvisor review. Interested in reading about our past guests' experiences to see what could be in store for you? Click on the link below to read reviews from some of our recent divers.

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Bienvenidos to our little slice of Paradise

Welcome to one of the last undiscovered treasures of the Caribbean: The Utila Cays. The Cays are a set of small islands only minutes from the Southwest side of Utila. The main two islands, Jewel Cay and Pigeon Cay, are old-world fishing villages with a combined population of 400-500. The location of the islands and lack of sand means we spend many evenings in the hammocks watching the stars without being bothered by the sandflies that made Utila and Roatan famous!

Spend your days diving the beautiful north side of the island (it's not often we see dive boats come up here!), snorkeling or kayaking all of the little islands that surround us, and relaxing at one of the restaurants right on the water with the day's fresh fish and a Salva Vida (just about $2 here!)... Why would you ever want to leave?


'The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.'

- Jacques Yves Cousteau