The Corn Islands offer some of the most pristine and unexplored diving of anywhere in the Caribbean. Our dive sites are never cluttered with boats or large groups of divers, and the coral and marine life is abundant and healthy. We have everything from calm, shallow sites with gently sloping reef, just like being in an aquarium and perfect for any beginner, to deeper pinnacles with thrilling views, and even caves and caverns to explore for the more experienced divers. You can see nurse sharks, eagle rays, turtles, southern stingrays, barracuda, and eels, among many other reef fish and crustaceans. If you're lucky you can even spot hammerheads, reef sharks, even dolphins above and below the water!
Diving on Corn Island is just starting to grow in popularity and many dive sites have only recently been discovered, these undisturbed environments are sure to show you the true beauty of what lays beneath the surface. Visit our dive sites to learn more about the spots you can visit while on Corn Island.
Corn Island Dive Center focuses on providing quality dive instruction and guided tours, while maintaining a high level of professionalism, safety, and fun with each and every customer. To maximize your safety and enjoyment, our fun dive groups are kept to a maximum of 6 divers per guide, and dive courses are kept to a maximum of 4 students per instructor.
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* Please note any person wishing to participate in a PADI course or experience is required to fill out an RSTC Medical Statementprior to any in-water activities. If you answer "YES" to any of the medical questions, then you will require written permission from a Doctor, using the attached form, to participate in any PADI course or experience. *
* PADI Standards states that each student have a personal set of current PADI materials for study and use during the course and for reference afterward, to include, at a minimum, the course manual (book, digital or app version) unless unavailable in a language understood by the student diver. *
* All certified divers will be required to show proof of certification prior to diving. Some agencies (such as PADI) can be verified online *
* It is highly recommended to have travel insurance, or specific dive accident insurance such as Divers Alert Network (D.A.N.) that can be purchased online here prior to your trip. According to D.A.N.'s recommendations regarding flying after diving, please allow for at least 18 hours before flying in an airplane after scuba diving *