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Caribbean Forum > Utila, Honduras
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Simon
posted : October 1, 2005 Post subject: Utila, Honduras
Just to say that in my opinion this is one of the great unvisited areas of the Caribbean. I work here and can not believe the lack of Britich divers here. Yes, we have the backpackers but this is a great location (with seasonal WHALE SHARKS!!) with alot to offer serious divers.
In particular we offer unparalleled training, especially in Conservation, Naturalist and Digital Photography dives.
If you want to know more please ask... or chjeck out dive-utila.com
Thanks for reading!
Simon

 
SidP
posted : December 19, 2005 Post subject: Utila, Honduras
Hi Simon,

Just trawling the net trying to find info on Belize v Honduras and came across your post. I am interested in working in either of these places as a Instructor but can find very little info on the possibility. How did you get work in Utila and is it relatively easy or do you need contacts? Any info you could give me would be gratefully received.

cheers

Sadie

PS I first heard about Utila from a guy called Ben Seall who did his IDC with me in Egypt. I'm not 100% sure but i think he may have done his DM with your dive centre - do you know him?

 
shurford
posted : June 4, 2006 Post subject: Utila, Honduras
I have to say I couldn't agree with you more Simon! Went on a Whale Shark day with dive-utila, had a amazing expereience.

You can check out my diving video (yes, including whale sharks) at www.myspace.com/shurford

Laterz

Steve

 
underseas
posted : July 2, 2007 Post subject: Utila, Honduras
agree entirely. loads to learn, just got back from a trip there a few days ago. loads of dive sites, you can join in community projects and learn about marine ecology. all infrastructure is in place to be part of research through UCME and Quest Underseas. well worth a visit. chris