Tyll's Dive, West End, Roatan, Honduras

Tyll's Dive is located in the center of West End, close to the beach, and the many restaurants, stores and hotels.

The diveshop was established in 1985 by the legendary Tyll Sass.

Tyll's Dive caters to small groups. Being a small operation we take pride in offering scuba divers a cozy family atmosphere where you are not just a number or just another diver. When you dive with Tyll’s Dive you are part of the dive family. Tyll’s dive family is world wide.

In less than 5 minutes you can be at some of the best dive sites in the Caribbean! Our fast, spacious boat gives you access to over 30 stunning dive sites within Roatan Marine Park. We plan the divesites for the day based on your preferences. Choose to dive on the wreck, explore the canyons, drift along the point or simply enjoy the diversity of Roatan's aquatic life.

Tyll's Dive is ideal for cruise ship passengers who prefer personal attention and a flexible schedule. Reservations are recommended.

If you require accommodations while diving with us, we will make every effort to help you find a place that will meet your budget and needs.

You are guarantied to receive free fun and memories for a life time.

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Latitude: 16.304007 Longitude: -86.593823 Elevation: 25 ft
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Recreational Opportunities Available

Scuba diving

Padi courses including introductory dives and short refreshers for those who have been out of the water for a while.


Hours Open

Daily from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Seasons Open


Admission Fee (if any)

Contact us for current prices or visit us at http://www.tyllsdive.com

Actions taken to promote environmental or social sustainability

We support the Roatan Marine Park and always encourage our divers to buy the Marine park bracelet or token and to visit their Ecostore. We keep to the standards we have been agreeing to. We participate in recycling and beach clean up. Buying as much possible locally instead of importing. By having a 4 stroke engine on the boat means less pollution, less noise, and lower fuel consumption.

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