Belize and Honduras are among the best dive sites around the world the entire region Central America is a true magnet for scuba divers. In addition to the magnificent underwater world, dive friends expect many unique experiences, for example, you can not only salt but also in freshwater diving. In addition, numerous endemic species are found in all seven countries. The largest coral reef in the northern hemisphere is located in Belize. Belize is one of the few countries in which can be seen choosing sharks is. Especially on the island of Gladden spit, but also in Placencia and Hopkins it is very likely to see one of the fascinating sea creatures in full moon nights from March to June. Cayo Caulker, just 1.5 kilometres from the reef, was named recently planet, as one of the ten best diving sites worldwide by Sarah Reid, writer at lonely. The Pacific coast of Costa Rica impresses with its marine biodiversity, humpback whales, dolphins, sharks, rays, sea turtles abound here and tropical fish in all colors of the Rainbow.
The Lake Coatepeque in El Salvador is one of the few places in the world where you can snorkel at night in complete silence. Tilapia fish circling under water in the shadow of the volcano. The Coatepeque is a crater lake, in which live among cichlids, bream, and Eagle fish. Guatemala also offers opportunities for freshwater snorkelling, for example in the lagoon Ayarza Lake Atitlan. The calm, transparent waters meet all the requirements for a perfect diving pleasure.
The island of Utila, the smallest island in the Bahia archipelago in Honduras, is also one of the ten best diving areas in the world. You can dive year-round in Utila, worth a visit but mostly between March and April or September to December, because there are at this time choose sharks to see. In San Juan del Sur in Nicaragua you can observe humpback whales in December during her hike, even sharks are common in this area. Also the Portobelo National Park in Panama is home to a wide variety coral reefs, mangroves are home to many marine creatures. With a little luck, divers find here even relics from the period of the pirates. Learn more about the CATA under