My Wife and family stayed at the Melia Cayo Guillermo hotel which has the Green Moray Dive Center as part of the campus in the mangroves close to the beach. The center is run by an experienced and friendly team who all get involved in guiding dives and instruction (so don't be surprised if the place seems deserted!). There are...
Hidden down a sandy beach path through the mangroves is the Green Morray Dive Centre. A building not easy to find for those not staying at the Meliá Hotel. From the beach, the only indication that it is even there is a diving cylinder attached to a wooden arch, and the occasional cohort of returning divers.
On arrival the man...
Filthy and stinky bathrooms with no lights and no water.
Security fail with no boat waiting at the surface; you have to wait for the boat to come and get you and the divemaster let you dive alone.
They have no drinkable water to give you neither food.
One of the best diving sites in all of the Caribbean. Great reef with plenty of tropical fish, the odd eagle ray, plenty of nurse shark, eels, and large fish.
Ask for Pablo, the head dive instructor. He is great, speaks OK English. His team is professional, courteous and very careful. Safety first with this crew. Great teachers for beginners...
Almost the entire north coast ocean platform of the island harbors a massive coral reef (Untouched by 21st century development) that would blow your mind away! Divers won't get enough of the marvels that could be reached only a few feet off the shore!