Sam and Joe T, Toronto, Ontario

We had a fantastic time at Utila Lodge this August. Being adjacent to the Bay Island College of Diving (BICD) allowed us to maximize on diving without having to haul gear around each day. Between dives, the lodge is a great place to meet new friends or to just lay...

Lisa G, St Petersburg, Florida

What a gem! Totally island-casual and comfortable, laid-back and low-key. Kisty, Queen Ann and the rest of the staff are totally focused on the guest-friendly and helpful. The Lodge ran like a well-oiled machine, freeing me up to not have to think about: “Where...

Ken B, Baltimore, Maryland

When traveling to small islands off the coasts of “third world” countries, you never really know what to expect. While the travel to Utila is a little arduous, it is well worth the effort. Flying from Baltimore to Newark to San Pedro Sula to LaCeiba and...

Anthony P, Colorado Springs, Colorado

I have been traveling and diving the Caribbean for a dozen or so years, and can honestly say that the staff at the Utila Lodge is one of the best I’ve experienced. The weather was not the best for several days of our stay, but the staff and crew bent over...

Frank D, Brampton, Ontario

A friend and I travelled to Utila Lodge for a week of diving and relaxation (a birthday gift to me from my wife). While our trip to Honduras was an adventure (flight delays, lost baggage, etc) the folks at the lodge were very welcoming and accommodating. Miss Kisty...

Steve A, Citrus Heights, California

I have been to quite a few dive resorts in Central and South America and the Utila Lodge stands out as among one of the best. From the accommodations and meals, to the quality and assistance of the staff and dive crew, I would highly recommend staying at the Utila...