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Dive Travel The Bay Islands - Roatan, Utila & Guanaja

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Join us on this Dive Travel adventure series as we explore the western Caribbean Bay islands 40 miles off the northeast coast of Honduras. The three main inhabited islands include Roatan, Utila and Guanaja, all part of the second largest coral reef in the world and one of Honduras's hottest attractions.

Beneath the clear turquoise waters is a trove of unbelievable riches: vibrant coral, massive sponges, multicolored fish and large pelagic species, like manta rays, sea turtles, and whale sharks.

Surrounded by translucent waters, painted in bold strokes of emerald greens and deep azure blue, these islands are a diver’s paradise, while surrounded by jungle, luxurious foliage and exotic flowers.

Roatans history comes alive with tales of pirates. As many as 5,000 pirates and buccaneers used the islands as a base for attacking Spanish galleons laden with precious metals, woods and other new world bounty.

Our first stop is on Roatan. Here we stay at Anthon’s Key Resort and examine their famed Dolphin program, one of the worlds best Dolphin training centers. We also dive with reef tip sharks, and explore the beautiful coral surrounding the island. We take you top side, tour the island, and visit an Iguana farm home to over 3,000 Iguanas.

Then it’s on to Utila, where we stay at the Deep Blue Resort and dive the reefs and search for Whale sharks. Utila is a back packer’s paradise, more rustic and remote.

Original music from the CD “Welcome to Roatan” by Kristofer Goldman and the Cultura Band is featured on this DVD.

Join us on this Dive Travel adventure series as we explore the western Caribbean Bay islands 40 miles off the northeast coast of Honduras. The three main inhabited islands include Roatan, Utila and Guanaja, all part of the second largest coral reef i
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