Coco View Resort Roatan Reviews & Specials - Bluewater Dive Travel

CoCo View Resort



Destination: Honduras

French Harbour, Roatan, Honduras | 7 nights starting from $181++/ppn

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CoCo View Resort Quick Pitch 

CoCo View Resort is an intimate south shore destination featuring waterfront accommodations and it is one of Roatan's most frequented dive resorts. Because of the location on the windward side of Roatan, the resort enjoys an almost constant gentle breeze from the prevailing winds of the Caribbean.



  • No of Rooms: 29
  • Dive Center: On-site
  • Amenities: AC, Clubhouse, restaurant, in-room spa treatments, beach bbq, boutique
  • WiFi: Yes, free
  • Nearest International Airport: Juan Manuel Gálvez International Airport


Why You'll Like CoCo View Resort

  • Free resort-wide WiFi access
  • Boutique shopping on property
  • Delicious meals and tasty tropical drinks in the Clubhouse
  • Unbeatable diving and snorkeling
  • Stunning ocean views
  • Oceanfront and over-water accommodations
  • A range of island activities 


How to Get There 

CoCo View Resort is situated on Roatan’s protected south shore, 35 miles off the mainland. Only 2.5 hours by air from the US, you can easily travel to Roatan; some U.S. airlines as well as come Canadian Charters offer direct flights to the island. You'll be greeted at Roatan’s international airport (RTB) and from there it’s only a short trip by private bus to the landing, where the resort's boat will take you on the short ride to where CoCo View Resort is located.


Dive Overview

Roatan’s water has the world’s second largest barrier reef and an incredible array of sea life exploding with color. You can dive with Roatan’s sea turtles, dolphins, tropical fish, eels, sharks, and more.


Watch this awesome video to give you a great feel for what it would be like to stay at CoCo View Resort!




Types of Rooms, Amenities and Photos

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CoCo View Resort Accomodation Overview 

  • No. of Rooms: 29
  • Accommodation Types: Bungalows, Cabanas, Oceanfront Accommodation, The Mango Suite, CoCo Casa, CoCo Villa General
  • Amenities: Air conditioning, in-room coffee pot, mini-fridges, lockable security box, hammock and maid service. 


  • CoCo View Resort
  • 4 Bungalows are located in two over-the-water duplexes along a wooden walkway between the Clubhouse and Hawksbill Cay. They are considered by many guests to be the most private and romantic of our guest rooms. Spacious rooms and large decks ensure you will rest and relax in comfort. King and double/queen bed configuration available.



  • CoCo View Resort
  • 12 Cabanas are built directly over the water. These spacious rooms are located in three separate buildings. Enjoy the sunrise/sunset from your private oceanfront deck. Cabanas are located east of the clubhouse along a wooden walkway. Queen/Double bed configuration available.


Oceanfront Accommodation

  • CoCo View Resort
  • 12 Oceanfront rooms are built at the water’s edge, 8 upstairs and 4 down. The ocean laps gently only a few feet from your door. These rooms are located conveniently near the clubhouse and dock. Large porches and decks ensure you have a front row seat to peaceful ocean views. King or queen/double bed configurations available.


The Mango Suite

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  • An ocean-front, ground floor, 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom suite that offers 1 Queen size bed in the front bedroom and 2 twins that can be converted to a King size bed in the back room. Perfect accommodations for a group of 4.


CoCo Casa

  • CoCo View Resort
  • Air-conditioned, 2 bedrooms/2 baths Ocean Front home, the first house past the Cabanas; it is an easy walk or a quick bike ride to the resort. Perfect for families and groups of 3 or 4.


CoCo Villa

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  • It offers three bedrooms, 2.5 baths and spacious family areas including a large eat-in kitchen, living room and screened porch. It’s on the beach and has amazing ocean views.


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Resort Facilities 

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CoCo View Resort Features

  • Dive Center
  • Restaurant & Bar
  • In-Room Spa Treatments
  • Spa & Health Club
  • Free resort-wide WiFi access
  • Various activities


CoCo View Resort Food & Drinks

  • Home-cook goodness, including flavorful regional entrees, sample traditional Honduran fare, savor the taste of local fruits and vegetables.
  • Bar with alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages 


Non-Diver Activities

  • Snorkeling
  • Shark Diving
  • Canopy Tour
  • Island Tour
  • Copan Tours (Mayan Indian Ruins)
  • Dolphin Encounters
  • Butterfly Garden & Bird Park
  • Eco Tour
  • Dinner Party
  • Golfing the Black Pearl Golf Course
  • Kayaking


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Packages & Rates

Coco View Resort Accommodation & Diving Rates

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Rates are per person and do not include 19% tax. Non-divers deduct $100 from rates listed below.

Room Type

High Season

Jan 14, 2023 – Sep 8, 2023

Value Season

Sep 9, 2023 – Jan 13, 2024



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Ocean View (Rooms 22 & 23 have a limited view)







Ocean Front







Over Water and Mango Suite







CoCo Casa (2 Bedroom beach house)

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Additional Pricing Information


7 Nights


Ocean Front Single Supplement



Over Water / Mango Suite Single Supplement



Child 10-11 Years

½ price in a room with 2 adults

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  • Accommodations: Ocean front or over water resort accommodations, depending on option purchased
  • Welcome cocktail
  • 3 full meals daily, including arrival dinner, breakfasts to order, daily lunches, daily dinner buffets with salad bar and choice of entrée, and breakfast on departure day (at normal hour).
  • Complimentary Airport Transfers
  • Unlimited beach diving, including barrier reef wall diving and the wreck of the Prince Albert
  • Unlimited night diving from shore
  • 2 boat dive trips daily, each trip including 1 tank at the selected site and an optional drop-off dive on return to the resort, for up to 4 tanks daily from the boat. *Optional all-day and remote destination trips may be offered during the week at an additional cost.
  • Tanks, belts, and weights
  • Free Use Of: Ocean kayaks, Internet access

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Coco View Resort Availability 

Drop us an email at or call us today at 310-915-6677 and let us help you plan your dream dive vacation!  


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Dive Information & Itineraries

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Roatan Dive Overview

  • Best Diving Season: All year round
  • Water Temp: 25 - 29°C (77 - 84°F)
  • Visibility: 10 - 30m (33 - 98 ft)


What to See 

Expect a vast variety of marine life: turtles, trumpetfish, groupers, octopi, squid, spotted drum, moray eels, parrotfish, triggerfish, grunts, tang, wrasse, chromis, pufferfish, porcupine fish, and eagle rays, occasional great barracuda or nurse shark, lettuce slugs, arrow crabs, lobsters, flamingo tongue cowries and the occasional seahorses.


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[Read More: Roatan Dive Travel Guide]


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Dive Center Information 

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The dive boats of Coco View Resort


Dive Center Overview

  • Boat Dives: 2 boat trips that depart from CoCo View daily, up to 4 tank dives from the boat
  • No. of Boats: 6 boats
  • Dive Courses: Various PADI courses
  • Dive Equipment: Rental Gear must be reserved in advance.


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Reviews (6)

  • Top Reviewer
Los Angeles, CA
United States

We have now been to Cocoview three times. For us, like many others it seems, it's an easy place to meet up with old diving friends and get masses of underwater time in the most relaxing way possible. We love to be left to our own devices in the water so that we can spend as much or as little time on a photo subject as we wish. Cocoview is the perfect place for this. The second boat dives, both morning and afternoon, are 'drop off' dives, where the boat drops you at your chosen spot and you make your own way underwater, back to the resort in your own time. But for me, the best feature of all is that at any time of day or night, you can grab a tank and make your own way out to the house reef (or the interesting wreck right in front of the resort) even if you have no dive buddy. There is masses to see in the shallows, and I have been known to spend two and a half hours underwater (thank goodness for Nitrox) not far from the resort playing around with different settings on the huge variety of macro subjects.

We have only good things to say about the resort itself - the rooms are great, the food is very good, the bar is fun and the staff are helpful and friendly. The same can be said about the diving facilities - there is even a new camera room now for the serious photographers and the dive crews are wonderful. But for me, the real reason to go is for the never ending supply of new photo subjects.

You can spend hours watching the numerous jawfish, waiting for the perfect shot of them aerating their (mouth incubated) eggs or with the sergeant majors as they tend their patches of purple eggs on the remains of the plane wreck nearby. There are always many different juveniles, from drumfish, to filefish and angelfish. The rocks are full of blennies and you can find pikeblennies and sailfin blennies in the sand. In a week of diving, you'd be sure to see turtles, morays, octopus and reef squid and the hard and soft corals are beautiful in the sunlit shallows. It's a great place for watching out for interesting behavior too, as you can take the time to look, especially around the reef at night. It could well be the best biodiversity in the Caribbean from our experiences, so I'm sure we'll head back there again soon.

Visited on 05/2017 - Submitted on 10/31/2017

This is the best dive operation I have ever used. They are organized, professional and make diving as easy as possible. Before you get back from your boat dives they've got full tanks waiting for you at your dive locker. Unlimited shore and night diving. Not a lot of big animals but lots of macro life and sponges/corals. Saw my first sea horses, mantis shrimp and a toadfish and several octopus out and about. Shore diving is the easiest I've done. Walk in and walk out . Path out to the house reef and the wreck is well marked and easy to find.

The rooms are not fancy but very comfortable. Air conditioning, hot showers and comfy beds. Each room also has a coffee maker and small refrigerator. They have over the water bungalows available but we stayed in a waterfront room. All rooms have an beautiful ocean view.

The food is good and plentiful and served buffet style. During breakfast you can get a made to order omelet. I would've liked to have had local Honduran dishes but I guess since they cater to Americans they serve American food.

This was our first but certainly not our last trip here.

Visited on 10/2014 - Submitted on 11/01/2014

Roatan, Honduras has CoCo View Dive Resort. I've been there 3 times and my husband twice. CoCo View is the most frequently returned-to resort in the world. Once you've been there, you fall in love withj it. Your 10th visit is free.

Each couple stays in a cabana which is over the actual Caribbean water. The room is simple, but very clean and well kept. There is unlimited shore diving all day and night. Each diver gets a morning boat ride to 2 destinations and an afternoon boat ride with 2 destinations. The dive masters are awesome. They take you to the animals' homes. Wreck dives are there, as well as reef and wall dives are awesome. It is a good place to get certified on anything and everything you would like.
Diving is so very convenient. Yourr dive locker is just feet away from the dive boats. They fill up water tanks for you. Dive Master and boat captain hook and lift up the tanks.
The photo, equipment repair, gift shops, restaurant, and bar is always open. pool and ping pong at night. 3 meals included with price. I could go on forever.
Sea turtles, goliath grouper, octopus, tarpon, sharks, rays, toad fish, eels and anything else you want to see is there.
I hope some day , if you haven't been, you consider CoCo View as your dive choice.

Visited on 03/2014 - Submitted on 09/04/2014

I have visited Coco View 4 times in the last 8 years. This year (2014) I will return for my 5th and become a true Coco Nut.
the accommodations are a bit rustic but more than adequate. The food is hearty and plentiful and that's a good thing considering all the diving you can get in. An orientation dive is required more for navigation around the front yard walls and wreck than to check out your skill. All drop off dives are with out a DM so you are on your own and better know how to navigate and be self sufficient. As Coco View gets more and more well known its getting harder to get into. One of the best places is the turtle grass on the way back to Coco View from the walls. Never know what you will see there from rays to octopus to juveniles.

Visited on 11/2013 - Submitted on 04/09/2014
, FL
United States

I loved my week at CoCo View and understand why they have so many return customers. The rates for all-inclusive are fantastic. You can spend more time underwater than you can from most liveaboard operations. They have a great house reef that consists of two walls, a ship wreck, and an airplane wreck. A typical day consists of Boat dive, boat drops you off on house reef dive and you take your time heading back to resort, boat dive, boat drops you off on house reef dive, and a night dive if you have the energy. The fish life is pretty healthy since this is in a marine preserve, but suited more for macro photographers than wide-angle, although some of the growth on the walls would make for nice W/A. My favorite subjects were a seahorse, some arrow blennies, and hamlets that did their mating rituals at the top of the house reefs in the afternoon.

Visited on 11/2013 - Submitted on 04/02/2014


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