G&G'S Clearwater Paradise

Address: 123 Boat Access Only, Guanaja, Bay Islands, Honduras | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 123 Boat Access Only, Guanaja, is near Les Ruines de Copan, Sepulturas, Main Square, and Mayan Ball Court.
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    Travel Blogs from Guanaja

    Our US Holiday - Sea Day, Carnival Ecstasy

    A travel blog entry by gtaviani on Sep 30, 2014

    5 photos

    ... Tim Tams, Milo, Chicken Shapes were a great hit with her friends. Seems like a nice bunch of people. We met: Tuffy... Musical Director from Wisconsin. He has lived in Australia for a period, had a girlfriend from Hervey Bay, supports Qld State of Origin and developed a taste for Bundy Rum. We had a few Bud Lights and he can't wait to sample the bottle of Bundy Rum I bought over for him. John..... Keyboard player... Going home shortly ...

    Cruise 2 Day 2

    A travel blog entry by jraybrown on Feb 11, 2014

    ... to just walk around and check out the island. The tender arrived and we headed in to the island. They set up the photographers at the entrance and were holding people up taking pictures as usual Val stopped and I said no and was forcibly grabbed by the guy in the dolphin suit and a picture was taken. Val and I decided to stay and we rented a clam shell for the day and I headed back to the ship to get our things. The tender was less than efficient and took me 1.5 hours to get back to ...

    Docked at Half Moon Cay and Back

    A travel blog entry by rangerrick247 on Jul 03, 2013

    3 photos

    ... a little general with saying that there are no free things on the cruise, but again, just read the fine print and ask when it's questionable. Lastly, have fun! Take advantage of everything you can while you're on the ship. You might not get around to do everything you want to do, but try to get done what you really want to do. Excursions can be costly, but if there's something that seems worth the experience, and you have the time and money, do it, You might not get the chance to ...

    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 ...

    Paradise Again.

    A travel blog entry by jamsheedmaster on Apr 03, 2012

    3 photos

    ... pretty sure it can swim about a thousand times faster than me, so we backed off. It’s a good thing we did because when we told other people about the experience they were shocked that we got so close. Apparently they’re extremely vicious and will bite you badly if you get too near!

    I wish I had some pictures, it was such a wonderful, new experience for me. If I get another Caribbean run, I’m going to invest in some snorkelling gear. It’s really worth ...