Remote, yet full of activities. It is the least known, of the Bay Islands, and perhaps the most lush. It has mountainous jungles, dense with tropical plants and pine trees. Guanaja also is the least inhabited bay island, allowing the opportunity to enjoy secluded beaches without another soul around. No roads, transportation around the islands is by boat. Guanaja is one of the Bay Islands of Honduras and is in the Caribbean. It is about 70 kilometres off the north coast of Honduras, and 12 kilometres from the island of Roatan.

Activities in Guanaja

Beach - Diving - Waterfall - Relax


Snorkeling is the practice of swimming on or through a body of water while equipped with a diving mask, a shaped breathing tube called a snorkel, and usually swim fins. In cooler waters, a wetsuit may also be worn. If you plan on snorkeling while in Guanaja be sure to bring your own snorkel gear. Two great snorkeling spots include the reef around Michael’s Rock and the Dina Beach area. Also Grahams place is a great place to spot Barracuda, Bonefish and possibly catch a Caribbean Spiny Lobster