Turquoise Bay Beach Resort
Located on Roatan’s Northeast shore Turquoise Bay is the only dive resort in this lush and remote area of the island providing you with the opportunity to dive uncrowded, pristine dive sites. The resort is set on a hillside with spectacular ocean views and a protected bay which makes the water calm and perfect for swimming and kayaking. Beach lovers will enjoy the private, tranquil, 500 ft white-sand beach.
Enjoy spacious rooms with stylish Caribbean décor and views of turquoise waters and the white sand beach from your private balcony. Each room has two double beds or a king-size bed, a bathroom with running hot water, telephone, cable television, air-conditioning and coffee making facilities.
The on-site Dive Center is operated by Subway Watersports. They are an elite PADI 5 Star Instructor Development and National Geographic Dive Center. Subway Watersports has been in business for over 14 years and based at Turquoise Bay since March 2006. They offer valet diving, taking out small groups of 6-12 divers per boat and a Divemaster guides all dives.
When you are not relaxing in one of the 26 comfortable rooms you can cool off in the tropical pool or sunbathe on the terrace overlooking the beach and sparkling waters of the Caribbean Sea. Guests can also enjoy the privacy and tranquility of the longest private beach in Roatan. The white sand beach has palapas and palm trees offering shade, beach bar, lounge chairs and a volleyball court. The bay is protected by a mangrove island and the off-shore reef so the water is calm and perfect for swimming or kayaking. Pedal boats and jet skis can also be rented.
Explore sloping plateaus perfect for spotting macro life, sheer walls with large soft corals and barrel sponges, wreck dives abundant with life, crevices, trenches, overhangs and cavern systems. Roatan’s water temperature ranges from 78 – 84 F with visibility consistent between 60-100 feet.
Turquoise Bay is located on Roatan’s Northeast shore and is the only dive resort in this lush and remote area of the island.