- Calle Principal, Utila, Honduras, Utila
- (504) 24253326
PADI Career Development Center and PADI IDC facility offering environmental, scuba, marine, technical, Divemaster and Instructor training in Utila, one of the Bay Islands of Honduras in the Caribbean.
Utila Dive Centre was created in 1991 as an adventure diving outpost, located in Utila, the smallest and least developed of the Bay Islands of Honduras. Today, the Centre is owned and operated by a team of young instructors and diving enthusiasts.
Utila Dive Centre was the first dive school and dedicated full service facility in Utila and after years of growth and hard work, Utila Dive Centre is now a PADI 5 Star Resort and Career Development Center, a National Geographic Dive Center, and the first and only DSAT and IANTD Technical Diving facility in Central America.
Together with our Hotel Mango-Inn, Utila Dive Centre offers quality diving courses and accommodation with the best prices in the world. With an unmatched friendly and professional staff, Utila Dive Centre guarantees you the best time both in and out of the water:
Currently we are the most awarded PADI Instructor training facility and Career Development Center in Utila, Honduras and Central America. We have received over 10 certificates of excellence from PADI in the last few years due to the quality and innovation of our PADI IDC’s conducted on Utila and the standard of the PADI Instructors that we train, this is reflected in the fact that all those who choose to stay in Central America and work in the dive industry are rewarded with employment.
Come and join us for your professional dive training and discover the excitement and adventure of taking your training with the most rated PADI Career Development Center in Central America.
April 3, 2014
I dived with Utila Divers 3 different times and each time got great service. We stayed at the Mango Inn which was walking distance to the shop. Utila Divers does a lot of training there and are constantly changing Dive Masters. They have a Main group of crew, but since they do so much training, they have plenty of guides on the dive boats.
Check in is easy and their pricing is fair for the area. They store your heavy gear in a secure area and you just take your light gear and cameras back to your rooms. They have several open air boats that can handle up to 20 divers + and are fairly comfortable. Easy exit by rear giant stride or just rolling off the sides. They have large ladders making it easy to get back onto the boat.
They are the best on the Island and I as a group leader would highly recommend them!
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