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Mar 11, 2017 - Guanaja is a naturalist's dream
The island of Guanaja remains the best-kept secret of the Bay Islands. Accessible only by plane or private boat, it's remoteness keeps the island very wild and tranquil. All of the places to stay on Guanaja are also accessible only by private boat. The central town, covering an even tinier island off the main island's coast, receives supplies from the Honduran mainland once a week. Accordingly, everyone descends on the town of Guanaja when the supply boat comes on Thursdays, creating a festive atmosphere there as these isolated islanders...Jump to full entry
Mar 14, 2011 - Guanaja
When the Captain asked me what I wanted for my birthday I told him, “honey I don’t need a thing, this trip to Guanaja that we are planning is the best gift I could think of.” Miss Angie had planned a boat trip to Guanaja, the next island east from here, about 50 miles away, and a very cool place. She had such a good response that the boat taking the tour was full and she wanted to know if we would like to ferry a few left over travellers up to the island. There were 30 people from the island going, many of whom are our friends already and...Jump to full entry
Oct 30, 2009 - Finally a minute to catch up!
I am sitting here at the Calypso Cantina at the marina in Bocas Del Toro eating lunch. This is the first entry in a month, reason being there is not enough time when I am have access to the internet to put anything down. We have traveled from Roatan to Guanaja. From Guanaja to Vivorios, a few small islands off the coast of the Honduras Nicaragua border. Then on to Providencia, Colombia. And from there to San Andres, Colombia. And finally Bocas. Over 600 miles so far.Jump to full entry