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This was my first trip to CoCo View, but will certainly not be my last.
Everyone was smiling the entire week.
On arrival at the airport in Roatan, a resort employee picked us up and brought us to our waiting buses. After 20 minutes or...More
On it's own secluded island, CCVRis the place to go if you want to dive and dive and dive. They have nice accomodations that are clean and comfy, but certainly not fancy. Their all-inclusive plan is very good, plenty of excellent food and drink, and...More
So the arrival to the island was rough: 3.5 hours from tarmac to the resort office. Spent a lot of time in the heat and crowded line at the airport for customs and immigration. BUT don't hold that against the resort! If we had tagged...More
It is obvious that CoCo View was built and continues to grow with a focus on scuba diving. All of the facilities make it possible to max out your daily dive limits, and if you do, the snorkeling is great too! The dive sites offer...More
This was our first trip to CoCo View. One of the things we really liked was the set up. It's very easy to get your gear on and off the boat. Very good set-up. I found the staff to be very helpful. Andrea, the nurse,...More
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No problem. There is a 3 minute boat ride from CCV to main island populations like Coxen Hole, west bay. CCV takes care to get you there. CCV is a self-sustained little town, really. We did the dolphin snorkel at Anthony's... More
No problem. There is a 3 minute boat ride from CCV to main island populations like Coxen Hole, west bay. CCV takes care to get you there. CCV is a self-sustained little town, really. We did the dolphin snorkel at Anthony's Key: touristy, yep, and I hated it UNTIL I GOT IN the water with these wonderful critters! A MUST if you have the time! CCV is layed out far better than Anthony's, in my view, as a diver.No need for rental car. Bring lots of cash for tips! A must!