ROATAN SPRING DIVE TRIP
March 16th – March 23rd, 2019
The best place to stay, DIVE and Snorkel on the West End, the leeward side of the island that offers little wind or waves!
Valet Diving (the dive staff takes care of assembling, disassembling, rising, and storing your gear!) makes it easy to do boat diving and beach wall dives to over 100 feet. Friendly Resort & Dive staff, SSI Dive Shop, great food, and All-inclusive Optional.
We will be diving the southern end of Palencar Reef, the second largest barrier reef in the world. This is the same reef we dive in Cozumel! If you’ve dove Cozumel, the northern end of the Palencar, come see the difference on the southern end! With average daily temperature of 85 degrees and water temp of 80 – 82 degrees. Huge variety of marine life not seen on the northern end including a variety of schooling fish life, friendly large grouper, sea turtles, eagle rays, abundant coral life, and even an optional shark dive that includes seeing Caribbean reef sharks.
Non-Divers can enjoy a huge beach side pool, a great, sandy beach, and an extensive reef for snorkeling, just off the resort beach! You can stroll the long sandy beach and enjoy shopping, restaurants, and bars all along the shore! Tours are also available to Gumbalimba Park, a nature preserve that includes friendly, free roaming monkeys and exotic birds. Tours are also available to zipline through the jungle. Water-taxis are available from the beach to visit other parts of the island.
Infinity Bay has 145 luxury suites and villas featuring four different room types to accommodate every kind of traveler. From simple studios to a full three bedrooms, all suites are just steps from the water offering views of famous West Bay Beach, our 300-foot infinity pool and tropical gardens.
Bright, spacious layouts and modern décor make each suite a stylish private vacation home. Whether you’re on a family holiday, business travel, or planning a romantic getaway, Infinity Bay offers a luxurious home away from home after a day of adventure or relaxation in the Caribbean sun.
Guest amenities in all accommodations include:
Diver $ 2899 Dbl with Breakfast Buffett
Non-Diver $ 2659 Dbl with Breakfast Buffett
All-inclusive Diver $ 3399 Dbl
All-inclusive Non-Diver $ 3159 Dbl
(Buffett Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner with Drinks)
Deposit $300 pp ASAP!
Balance Due Feb 5, 2019
Call or Come by to reserve your spot!
Come enjoy the warmth of the Caribbean while diving the walls of Cozumel. Turtles, Eagle Rays, Schools of Fish and Seahorses, along with all the wonderful marine life, Cozumel is a great place for divers and non-divers. Great beach diving and snorkeling from the hotel shoreline. The swimming pool and hot tub have a great ocean view and gorgeous sunsets. Enjoy drift diving past coral walls and reefs. It’s also a good time to visit the Mayan Ruins in the Jungles of Cozumel. Enjoy eating at wonderful restaurants and touring in the town of San Miguel. Go shopping at the market area and stores or the Cruise Ship Mall area.
Trip Includes: 5 days, 4 Nights, 4 days Diving
· Round Trip Air from OKC & Transfers
· Hotel Accommodations-pool, hot tub @ Casa Del Mar Hotel
· Restaurant, Pool bar & Dive Shop with optional meal/beverage plan
· Optional Boat Dives
· 4 Days of 2-Tank Boat Diving
· Optional Beach dives in afternoon
· Optional Night Dive
· Optional tours: Swim with Dolphins, Snorkeling, Land Tours & much more!
DEPOSIT $250 pp
Balance due ASAP
Price subject to change.
CALL NOW TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT!! – Filling up fast!!
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