The Annual Dip & Sip
We’re thrilled to support PADI Women’s Dive Day in Roatan with our annual Dip & Sip event. This event, created in partnership with Sundowners Beach Bar & Grill, brings together women of all backgrounds for a fun afternoon of bonding over our common love for the ocean, as well as a passion for creating a brighter future for people and planet. You’ll have fun while doing good, helping to support scuba certification scholarships for young girls in Roatan, as well as their access to the education and fun International Girls Day event hosted by Roatan Peer Health Exchange.
The next Dip & Sip will be held in July 2023. More details for that day are coming soon, but read on to see why you’ll want to join!
The Dip & Sip begins with an afternoon two-tank dive trip, departing at 1:15. You’ll enjoy a beautiful day exploring turquoise waters, the colorful coral reef and abundance of marine life in Roatan. After a couple great dives, we’ll head next-door to the Sundowners top deck to enjoy the sunset, your choice of wraps or salad, one free cocktail/drink and of course, great company!
100% of proceeds go to Roatan Peer Health Exchange. Rental gear is included. Divers must be certified Open Water and have dived within the past year.
Women supporting women
Sun Divers and Sun Downers are giving 100% of the event proceeds to the Roatan Peer Health Exchange in support of two important initiatives:
Scuba certification scholarships get more local girls diving! RPHE and Sun Divers are partnering to provide more girls in Roatan with access to the ocean. Scuba diving provides immense health & wellness benefits, alternative activities for youth and a potential career path.
International Girl’s Day: This community event provides young women from the island access to educational and empowerment workshops on topics such as entrepreneurship, mental health and women’s health.
By joining us for the Dip & Sip, you’ll not only be having fun, but you’ll be doing some good supporting the health & wellness of young girls and teens in Roatan.