G&G'S Clearwater Paradise

Guanaja, Bay Islands, Honduras | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Guanaja, is near Les Ruines de Copan, Sepulturas, Main Square, and Mayan Ball Court.
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    Travel Blogs from Guanaja

    Docked at Half Moon Cay and Back

    A travel blog entry by rangerrick247 on Jul 03, 2013

    3 photos

    ... In order to reach the island, the cruise company had three ferries carrying passengers back and forth throughout the day. Although I do say it is a tiny island that is only one out off the 700 that make up the Bahamas, it is over 2,000 acres of land; 50 acres is dedicated to tourism and the rest to the wildlife that inhabits it. The island is beautiful and is what a tourist who has never been to Caribbean would dream of. It is a dry and barren island, but anyone can find the beauty ...

    Great Guanaja Vacation, Guanaja Island Club Style

    A travel blog entry by ginakelly on Jul 06, 2012

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... I highly recommend diving and staying at the Guanaja Island Club. You can always head to the all night parties at the Island House a short walk down from the Guanaja Island Club and you can take the boat bar cruise, they call it the" Honky Tonk Cruise”, a tour which they start around 9 or 10 at night and cruise to different watering holes around the island. Wow! this is something I have never experienced and it was a highlight of the week's ...

    Old friends

    A travel blog entry by jamsheedmaster on Apr 10, 2012

    ... but when you're on land and you think back, you realise the rest of the world has little idea about what it really feels like to be on ships. It’s a totally different world.

    It was a lovely way to end this contract, in the company of some old faces with whom I shared some fun times, in the sun, with a drink in your hand and a smile on your face. Marty isn’t a beach person at all, but grudgingly came along. Being a DJ and previously a dancer for ...

    Half Moon Cay – Paradise Found!

    A travel blog entry by foxy_traveller on Oct 13, 2011

    12 photos

    ... sand beach was beautiful. The sand felt like clay on my feet. The water was clear – we swam out to deeper water and could still look down and see the bottom. Schools of fish would swim through everyone in the water it was so neat. The nice thing was that there were loungers for all the guests so we didn’t have to lie in the sand all day, but we did anyways. The coolest thing to my husband was the wrecked pirate ship ...

    The fat lady sings

    A travel blog entry by kolinger3 on Apr 14, 2011

    4 photos

    ... our comfort level but the kids do the opposite, spending most of the time wet with only the occasional appearance on the beach for nourishment. Everyone plays "King of the Mountain" on one of the giant rafts, the Michaels go snorkeling for a long time, Charlotte finds another girl to hang with for awhile. Good-byes tonight, Fort Lauderdale tomorrow, this really was yet another trip of a lifetime.
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