Quinta Real Hotel and Convention Center

Address: Bo. La Isla, Zona Viva, La Ceiba, Honduras | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Bo. La Isla, Zona Viva, La Ceiba.
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    MSDT - specialty instructor stew

    A travel blog entry by dosisliving on Jun 01, 2015

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    So upon completing your instructor course there is various options at your availability one of which is completing your MSDT course. The master scuba diver trainer course teaches you to be able to instruct a range of different specialty courses. With an abundance of courses ranging from ice dive instructor to cave dive instructor you can pretty much become an instructor in anything you can think of. There is however 5 that are much popular than others - deep ...

    Riding the rapids in Rio Cangrejal

    A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on May 29, 2015

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    ... Class I, II and III rapids. We also enjoyed a water fight with the guide of another boat, although he was a lot more successful at getting us drenched while he remained mostly dry. Happy to arrive back at the lodge safe and still in our boat, we revelled in jumping off some more rocks before packing our bags and hitting the road again. We were taken aback by the unspoilt beauty of Honduras thus far and were shaking with excitement to see what the famous Bay Islands had in store for ...


    A travel blog entry by jwd124 on Mar 21, 2015

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    ... I ended up doing a shot challenge with some strange local drink which is basically rum infused with herbs and spices. Absolutely disgusting but I won a free vest... Suffice to say I felt pretty sketchy the next day so I went for a long walk around the town and found a really lovely restaurant suspended over the ocean where I ordered quesadilla and fresca. After a quick nap in the hammock I met up with the others, shot some pool, watched some volleyball and then ...

    Jungle living

    A travel blog entry by mcklawrence on Feb 27, 2015

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    ... the most spectacular view. The open sided lodge was perched on a ledge overlooking the rainforest valley, with the turquoise river and rapids running beneath. The sound of the river was deafening yet at the same time so relaxing. We could also hear it loud and clear from our bedroom, which as I said to Keith we should be very grateful for as people pay a lot of money for meditation tapes of exactly this sound! We were staying for two nights, and the main reason for our visit ...

    Honduras - Cangrejal River

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Nov 22, 2014

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    ... seriously and put the accent on safety. Some sources say that the Cangrejal River offers the best rafting opportunities in Central America. Especially during the rainy season the upper part of the river shows Class V rapids.

    We were back in our lodge at about 12.30. After having lunch (USD 4 per person) Gonzalo just chilled and I tried to work on our blog a little bit. In the evening we joined Jacob, Chang and Daniel who decided to go to a jungle lodge ...