Freediving is pure.
You take one breath and experience the ocean in its natural silent state. Your heartbeat slows while your body learns to trust the experience, and the mind remembers what it always knew. Our students, at every level of training, are continually surprised at what they can achieve on one breath, and most of all, that it is easier than they expected. Come and see for yourself.
Easy access off Central America’s beautiful Caribbean Coast
Deep Blue Divers Center Calle Principal, Utila, Honduras
“The best place to learn the exciting sport of freediving!”
They have great instructors that are professional and easy going. This sport is good for your body and mind: you will relax and enjoy the deep blue. If ever in Utila, go and try it!Edgardo Andrade
“World Class Instructors helped me go deep!”
I came to Utila for a free dive course after having completed a beginner course in Bali. My experience with Apnea Total blew my mind – on my last day of diving I reached 37m! There’s no doubt in my mind that it had to do with the quality of the instructors.SFlisalady
“No need to worry, this is more meditative than extreme.”
This is a really fun and safe way to explore the depths around Utila. As a 40-year old Mr Mom with my more sporty days behind me, I was a bit intimidated about engaging in what I thought was an extreme sport. However, I found a patient instructor in Tex, who seems to focus more on knowledge and meditative techniques to get his students to the bottom. He got me down to 37 meters, and I found a new favorite sport.Patrick_KDN
“This was easily the best course I’ve ever paid for.”
I’ve never done scuba or anything PADI related so I was unsure of what to expect or how I’d do, yet the guys made me feel so at ease in the water. The science behind freediving is fascinating as well, and they teach it in a way which is simple to grasp and therefore easy (with practice) to pull off when it comes to dive time. Thanks Apnea Utila, I’ll be seeing you soon for some fun dives… or maybe my advanced… haven’t decided yet!James Steevenson