Dolphin Scuba Camp
Dolphin Scuba Summer Camp
An Incredible Week of Dolphins and Diving for Kids
Give your child an experience that will foster a genuine appreciation for the ocean and marine life on their next summer vacation.
During our weeklong Dolphin Scuba Camp, your child will learn about our resident bottlenose dolphins through various encounters, feeding, and training sessions. In addition, daily diving and snorkeling activities will deepen their affinity for the ocean. Island field trips and daily activities planned throughout make for a fun week!
You’ll enjoy plenty of adult time while your kids take an ocean journey that may someday become a lifelong passion!
Dolphin Scuba Summer Camp
Dolphin Training Sessions
Dolphin Education Lessons
Marine Life Slideshows
Family Beach Encounter
Scuba Diving Equipment Rentals
PADI Youth Diving Programs:
• SASY – Supplied Air Snorkeling for Youth – ages 6 - 7
• Bubblemaker – ages 8 - 9
• Jr. Scuba Diver – ages 10 - 12
SASY (Ages 6 - 7)
Designed for kids ages 6 to 7 years old and still too young to dive, Supplied Air Snorkeling for Youths (SASY) program allows young children to participate in snorkeling with a BCD-like floatation device, a compressed air tank, and a regulator. Children can swim on the surface without fear of inhaling water through a snorkel tube, and the SASY jackets provide ample buoyancy and hold the compressed air securely in place.
Bubblemaker (Ages 8 - 9)
Children ages 8 to 9 can experience what it's like breathing underwater! In water no deeper than 6 feet, kids get to experience the thrill of Scuba diving in Roatan in a controlled environment and direct supervision of a PADI Pro. As part of the program, all participants will receive a PADI Bubblemaker decal, tattoo, toy, and certificate of completion.
PADI Junior Scuba Diver (Ages 10 - 12)
- Knowledge Development: to understand the basic principles of scuba diving - just the first three sections of the five required for the Open Water Diver course.
- Confined Water Dives: to learn basic scuba skills - just the first three of the five required for the Open Water Diver course.
- Open Water Dives: to use skills and explore - just two of the four required for the Open Water Diver course.
Dolphin Scuba Camp
Details & Restrictions - Summer 2024
- Dolphin Scuba Camp is available for children ages 6 to 12 years.
- A copy of the child's passport will be required when booking.
- Camp begins on Sundays and ends on Fridays; we recommend a Saturday arrival and departure. (See Sample Schedule)
- A completed Student Medical Statement will be required for each participant.
- Snorkeling equipment: masks, snorkel, and fins (rent or purchase)
- Scuba diving equipment: regulator, BCD, and tanks (included)
Summer 2024 Dates:
- Jun 2 – 7
- Jun 9 – 14
- Jun 16 – 21
- Jun 23 – 28
- Jun 30 – July 5
- Jul 7 – 12
- Jul 14 – 19
- Jul 21 – 26
- July 28 – Aug 2
- Aug 4 – 9
- Aug 11 – 16
- $1,254 per camper ages 6 to 12 ($855 camp fee + $399 7-night accommodations in a room with adult guests.)
- The rate does not include applicable hotel taxes.
- Scuba diving equipment rentals (regulators, buoyancy control devices, and tanks) are included.
- Snorkeling equipment rentals (mask, fins, and snorkel) are not included.
Snorkeling equipment is not included in the package rate due to the critical nature of sizing, especially for young children. Properly fitting snorkeling equipment is vital for safety and comfort during underwater activities. An ill-fitting mask or snorkel can restrict your child's participation and even prevent it entirely. Since children come in all shapes and sizes, finding the most suitable snorkeling gear for each child is an individual process that can't be standardized.
While the resort does offer snorkeling gear for rent or purchase, the available sizes and styles might be limited during your visit. We recommend you visit a nearby diving retail center and consult a trained sales professional to select your child's best-fitting mask, snorkel, and fins. After you've purchased the snorkeling gear, we suggest having your child test it in a controlled environment (like a beach, swimming pool, or bathtub) for potential leaks. Fins should be snug but not too tight. If a water test is not possible, let your child wear the fins while seated for a few minutes to ensure comfort. This extra time and effort invested in finding the right snorkeling gear will ensure your child's safety, enhance their enjoyment, and build their confidence in the water.