The pace is unhurried... The beaches white... The water azure blue. Barefoot Cay Resort creates a feeling of calm and closeness with nature to a level few have experienced. Our small, boutique resort on the south shore of Roatan offers just 9 luxury accommodations in a private setting with excellent service and modern amenities.
Smooth, stylish, spacious and comfortable, M.V. Wolf Buddy and M.V. Darwin Buddy are much more than just two floating hotels. All suites have their own private bathroom with air conditioning and are serviced twice per day. Furthermore the suites are equipped with an entertainment system that includes a flat-screen monitor and a DVD player.
This family owned and operated hotel and its friendly staff has only one simple task and that is to offer you “the (dive) vacation of a lifetime”. Whether you travel as couple, a small or bigger family or in a group, we look forward to pamper you at our beautiful and attractively priced resort.
Located in the very heart of Central America, Honduras is a short flight from major U.S. gateways — two hours from Miami, and less than three hours from Houston and Atlanta. But once you arrive, it’s a whole new world.
From full scuba certification courses to one-day experiences for those who've never breathed off a regulator, the Cayman Islands qualify as a scuba diving shrine. While Grand Cayman receives the most publicity and visitors, all three Cayman Islands - Little Cayman and Cayman Brac being the other two -- offer outstanding scuba diving.
If there is one island that summons up all the romance of the South Pacific as a tropical paradise, it is Tahiti. It's been that way for more than two centuries, since the island's charms (including its free-spirited women) helped spark the mutiny on the Bounty. Today the international airport in Tahiti's capital of Papeete is the gateway to all of French Polynesia.
Overlooking Moalboal Bay and nestled in a tropical, lush setting on the island of Cebu, this 27-room boutique resort — listed in Top 10 Diving Hotels Worldwide — was designed for divers by a family of divers.
The Philippines is the gateway to the Coral Triangle, the world’s center of marine biodiversity. The country’s 7,107 islands are a diverse mixture of Asian, European and American cultures. El Nido in Palawan is a marine reserve park that is very popular among divers and snorkelers. Also in the province of Palawan is Coron Bay, the wreck-diving capital of the Philippines.
This intimate eco-lodge and dive resort provides the ultimate in privacy, relaxation and customer service, making sure you experience the finest that Roatàn has to offer. Tranquilseas features just seven private cabanas nestled amongst exotic tropical gardens on a meandering walkway leading to one of Roatàn’s quietest beaches. The sun deck, bar and restaurant overlook the tranquil waters of Sandy Bay, with pristine views and plenty of lounging areas.