Guanaja Bay Islands

Those who wish to experience a relaxing moment at an unspoiled paradise would love to visit the Guanaja Bay Islands. The clear waters of the islands are part of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef. Because of the pure, fresh waters and the barrier reef, there are several dive sites located near the islands. The dive sites feature caves, wrecks, shallow reefs, corals and many other wonders of the sea. Guanaja Bay Islands remain as one of the most favored diving sites of tourists because of its natural beauty and charm.

Guanaja Bay Islands is one of the three major islands in Honduras, in the Caribbean Sea. The neighboring countries in the island are Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaragua. Guanaja is one of the cays in the island. Many tourists enjoy the simple beach resorts at Guanaja, where they can bask in the sun and have a glimpse of the lovely white sands and turquoise waters. Water sports enthusiasts will have a grand time diving, snorkeling, kayaking and fishing at Guanaja Bay Islands. The crystal-clear waters of the islands yield several species of marine animals such as dolphins, hammerheads, whale sharks, turtles, tropical fishes and indigenous toadfish.

The rainy months in Guanaja Bay islands are in October until January, while the hottest months are during August and March. Hence, tourists would find it ideal to visit the islands of Guanaja in February to September. During these months, the weather is perfect for all the activities that the beautiful paradise offers.