Guanaja, Honduras August 8-15th, 2020

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Guanaja, Honduras August 8-15th, 2020

500.00

Help us make a difference in the world! The Villa on Dunbar Rock and the Cabanas on Clark’s Cay.

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This trip is meant to help change lives and make a difference. Guanaja, Honduras is one of the Bay islands. Like many places in the world they have a problem with trash. Our project is aimed at educated, cleaning up and providing resources to help clean up this island. This trip will help to make that possible. We will be able to provide dental work, medical care and education on the environment. We will also be supplying school supplies and education material to the kids on the island. Please help us make a difference!

About the Resorts:

Dunbar Rock is Perched on a cay with 360° views of Sandy Bay, Guanaja and surrounding cays, the 15,000 square foot property is spread across 4 floors complete with an infinity pool, jet ski and kayaks!

Cabanas on Clarks Cay is a private island getaway! Complete with an infinity pool, hot tub and lazy river!

The diving- Part of a volcanic and coral mountain range called the Bonacca Ridge, Guanaja marks the beginning of the second largest barrier reef in the world – the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef. It offers a mixture of pinnacles, vertical walls, lava tunnels and wrecks including the nearby Jado Trader, one of the most sought-after wrecks in the Caribbean. It also boasts nearly every species of coral growing in the Caribbean Sea, including several species of rare black coral, and sponges of all colors, shapes and sizes.

Being a remote location with few visitors, the reefs have remained virtually untouched by diver impact. There is also no competition for dives sites, as with only 3 dive operators and 45+ sites, you really will feel like you have the reef system all to your own.

Diving: 2 boat dives/day and unlimited shore diving, Beach cleanups in the afternoon to help Project Guanaja

Is flight included? No. You are responsible for getting to Guanaja  ( You will buy your roundtrip ticket to Roatan. We will arrange flights to Guanaja)

What else is included? All diving, nitrox, alcohol, meals, taxes, and accommodations.

Non-refundable deposit required: $500

Cost of the trip:

   Dunbar Rock: Standard Room: $3019

                              Presidential Suite: $3728

    Clark’s Cay: $2580

**** $200 of your trip goes to support Project Guanaja! The resorts are also giving $200 a person to the project as well!