• Guanaja
    Guanaja

Tranquility, an ocean beautiful above and below the surface, adventure and pirate ships are five of the ingredients that give this "Isle of Pines" its special flavor, as do the local dishes, like ceviche, fresh lobster or tapado de coco stew, savored while the Caribbean splashes only footsteps away.
Its coast, once the hiding place of pirates, offers adventures to all. Guanaja is part of the Mesoamerican Reef, 700 km (435 mi) long.  There are so many different underwater landscapes for experts or beginning divers, stay in the shallows or go deep. Scuba dive or snorkel bathed in colors – see hundreds of fish species, maybe even dolphins or sea turtles.
On the surface, you can kayak or search for the world's largest fish, the whale shark.
Its fine white beaches and a blue spectrum blending the sea with the sky complete your experience of the first place in Honduras discovered by Christopher Columbus.