TGI Roatan doesn't offer diving safaris.
The boat trips are not available on-line, only on location.
TGI Diving does offer snorkeling excursions. You will snorkel with one of our guides, who will show you the wonders of the underwater world.
TGI Diving offers snorkeling trips and boat trips.
No, because these kind of dives are influenced by weather conditions, visibility and sea conditions. These variables mean that the special trips have to be arranged on location.
Yes you can arrange your dives with our staff, according to your preferences, when you make the check in at TGI Diving center in Roatan.
Yes, you can but in this case the total payment is either charged to your credit card or needs to be made by single bank transfer.
You can pay the services booked on-line with credit card or by bank transfer to one of our affiliated banks.
To buy the courses and the dive packages with the special on-line prices you have to reserve and pay for them on-line at least 48 hours before your arrival.
Yes, there are. The prices of the packages and courses have a lower price when you book on-line from the web site.
Yes, for sure you can buy other dives with us! Or book them in advance on-line together with your course
Diving equipment is included for all non professional courses.
To start the PADI courses the minimum age is 10 years.
TGI Diving Roatan provides courses in 4 different languages: Italian, English, French and Spanish
Yes it is. The Discover Scuba is always free.
TGI Diving in Roatan offers a wide range of PADI Courses from FREE Discover Scuba to Divemaster plus various specialties.
No, you can't. For everybody who wants to try the dive experience or start their discovery of the undersea world TGI Diving offers the Discover Scuba Diving course that will let you make 1 dive after a short theory course and a swimming pool lesson. After your completion of the course we will issue you a Discover Scuba Diving license with a validity of 1 year. Of course you can add as many dives as you wish, after finishing the DSD program.
In Roatan in the Institute of Marine science (Private enterprise), aproximatly 15 minutes by bus or boat from the diving centre.
Yes our boats are professionally equipped for every emergency. The presence of oxygen tanks is guaranteed.
All our staff is insured with DAN, nevertheless we remind that each divers assumes his own responsability.
Yes, you can. TGI Diving on well anticipated request rents boats to private groups and if requested and subject to availability, you can also have a private dive guide.
At TGI Diving Roatan 30 seats are available on each boat.
We use large boats that are fast and comfortable with all the security equipment needed.
TGI Diving boats depart from our jetty located on the beach in front of the Hotel.
Once we check your competence and your familiarity in the water through a dive with our staff you can dive without our supervision.
No it doesn't. When possible, we divide the divers according to their dive experience. When organizing the diving buddies we check the logbooks and we try to match divers with the same type of license, similar experience and numbers of dives.
The maximum dive time is between 45 and 50 minutes.
In Roatan TGI Diving arranges 2 tank dives in the morning and 1 dive in the afternoon.
Yes there are, on arrival our staff can explain details and availability. Special trips include shark dives, dolphin activities and night dives.
The planned dives in Roatan are decompression limit and with a maximum depth of 30 meters. The Program includes dives on walls, and in coral gardens. At some dive ited there are possibilities of shark encounters at some of the dive sites.all inside the no
TGI Diving in Roatan uses 12 liter aluminum tanks. All tanks are available as DIN or INT fitting.
No you don't but you can rent or buy one in our dive centre. If you don't have a scuba computer you can use a depth gauge and the dive tables to dive.
The dive packages for Roatan are inclusive of: tanks, weights, boat trip, dive guide
Yes, for sure you can! You just have to take part in a check dive to feel comfortable again in the water.
Yes, you can! We accept licenses from most recognized international diving schools like CMAS, BSAC, NAUI, SSI, VTLD
A medical certificate is only required in cases with recent medical conditions. If you are unsure it is wise to bring the certificate with you.
You will need to fill out the registration forms, including medical statement and liability release, submit your diving license and log book, let us know your equipment needs, the number of dives that you wish to do, and present a copy of the confirmed booking if you purchased the dives on-line.
The Diving School is located inside the Hotel next to the pool. You just have to go to the Dive center to book your dives or get information.
TGI Diving has two locations in Roatan, inside Henry Morgan resort and Paradise Beach resort.
No you cannot. Knives are prohibited for diving in the Roatan by Law.
No, you cannot. Using gloves to dive in the Marine Park is prohibited by Law in order to avoid approaches to the flora and fauna of these wonderful undersea landscapes.
The currents are characteristic of the sites but they are not overly strong. The water currents do not reduce the beauty of the dive sites, rather they help to provide a rich undersea landscape.
The average visibility is 25 meters.
We recommend bringing a 3mm suit.
The water temperature is between 27 and 30 oC throughout the year.
The average temperature year round is 28oC (80oF)
The time zone for this locality is GMT - 6
US Dollar & Lempira.
Vaccinations are not required, though a malaria vaccine is recomended
For Roatan you will need your passport with at least 6 months validity.
Roatan is reachable with flights going via Miami, Houston and Milan all year round.
Roatan is in the Carribean, an island located around 65 km off the north coast of Honduras.