Tranquilseas Eco Lodge and Dive Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Tranquilseas Eco Lodge and Dive Center Sandy Bay
Travel Blogs from Sandy Bay
... underwater I think everyone had a good time. Water caye was also back this week and hit everyone harder than you can imagine. Although not all 80 people who signed up came, we had another awfully long day of drinking too much liquor in the water. Libby's birthday was one that virtually nobody remembered until photos and videos started surfacing... No man is safe on the tiny deserted island of water caye. It's now Tuesday and I start another open water course tomorrow !!! Wish me ...
... a big fish! The walls of the cave almost looked like they were moving and the wildlife down there didn't seem all that bothered that we were there. We then were made to navigate the instructors back to the boat. I volunteered to be the lead and successfully got us all back no problems. We then returned to shore for some lunch, a chill and quick bit of classroom theory before my final dive of the advanced course, the night dive. We headed out at 7pm and dived to ...
... The captain climbed in and without even a glance at us over his shoulder he had us rocketing down the runway and in the air. It was both scary as hell as awesomely exciting!
The adrenaline started to flow as we headed out over the choppy seas towards Roatan. Just 25 mins later we were touching down and ...
Roatan Island is approximately 48 miles long and 4 miles wide. It is the largest of the Honduras Bay Islands and is located 30 miles off the north coast of Honduras near the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, the largest barrier reef in the Caribbean Sea. It's nickname is "The Big Island". The population (2011) is approximately 50,000 and about 10,000 live in Coxen Hole, the largest city.
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... in pastures further from town. Cats and dogs wander the street but both are smaller and the cats are almost squirrel-like. They don't want to be picked up, aren’t used to handling at all, and will endure petting- or maybe simply ignore it. Feeding them reminded me 'of feeding the squirrels in England: so eager to eat that I got my fingers bit a couple times. The people in Honduras don’t seem to handle their animals as much- that said, Miguel did have a cat ...