Once a haven for pirates, 67 sleepy islands and cays off the Honduras mainland are now a budding ecotourism destination. The clear, warm waters are home to every fish species found in the Caribbean, as well as most hard corals, gorgonians and sponges. Renowned for wall diving, the region also boasts several wrecks, shallow reefs and fascinating blue-water sites. Visitors can swim with dolphins, while lucky divers may spot a passing whale shark. This book describes 74 of the best dive sites, with full-color photos throughout.
You'll get specific information on:
·Dive site topography and access
·Common and hazardous marine life
·Diving services for the major islands
·Travel logistics and topside attractions
·13 easy-to-read maps
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...for the adventurous traveler who wants to live like a native.' --Real Simple Magazine, June 2005
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