We're a local business who pride ourselves on providing the best service on Utila.

We are the largest and longest running boat tour & charter service on Utila. With over 10 years of experience in the business, this locally owned and operated establishment takes pride and enjoys showing our beautiful Bay Islands to people from all corners of the world.

We offer the widest range of island tours, fishing trips, shuttles, charters, diving and snorkeling trips as well as dolphin and whaleshark watching trips. If there is somewhere you want to go that you can't find on our site, please contact us and we'll do what we can to get you where you want to go.



We offer the biggest selection of tours, trips and charters on Utila


Utilla is the old English spelling for the present day Utila.

Our beautiful island of Utila sits on the borders on the Mesoamerican barrier reef system, (the 2nd largest reef in the world after the Australian Great Barrier Reef). You will discover some of the most beautiful beaches, coral reefs, and the best fishing and diving anywhere in the world.

With over 60 different scuba diving sites to choose from, including caves, offshore sea banks and sunken wrecks (such as the famous Halliburton). Scuba diving, Whale sharks, fishing and Utila's night life are the main attractions of the island.

At the south-west end of the Island are the Cays (or Caylitos). A small collection of 13 tiny islands, some just 200 feet across and 1-2 feet above sea level. The 2 main Cays, Suc-Suc (Pigeon) and Jewel Cay, are inhabited by local fisherman and the descendants of the original settlers who arrived here from the Cayman Islands in 1836. Utila in the late 19th century the population grew from 101 in 1858 to nearly 800 in 1904. Today the islands have around 10,00 inhabitants ranging from local islanders, Spanish, Garifuna and expats from all over the world. Many of the early settlers family names, Cooper, Bush, Howell, Hill, Jackson, Morgan, Rose, Thompson, and Warren, who live on in present day Utila also known as the real local islanders. The real founders of Utila

Utila was first inhabited many centuries before by the Payan Indians. Many artifacts have been through the years such as burial grounds, wells, pottery and Indian coral trails through out the island. Then came the Pirate years in the 18th century. Even to presents day people are still finding pirate artifacts such as beautiful pirate bottle.  In the past many cannons, anchors, chains and wrecks have been found through out the islands.

Now present day as part of Honduras, our island provides a rich and diverse cultural experience with it's unique blend of British, Spanish and Garifuna heritages making this an authentic Caribbean Island.

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