Guanaja is surrounded by the clear, warm waters of the Caribbean
Sea, and enclosed in a stunningly beautiful barrier reef. The reef is
part of the second-largest coral reef system in the world, and is
home to a vast array of Caribbean species: sponges, sea fans, eels,
anemones, rays, crab, lobster, sharks, and fish of every size and
What is unique to Guanaja among Caribbean islands and even the
other Bay Islands is a breath-taking underwater topography.
Caves, tunnels, canyons, and towering spires are commonplace
here, and entice both the seasoned diver and the novice alike. In
addition, Guanaja is home to the "Jado Trader," the Bay Islands'
premier wreck dive. If shore diving is your thing, a beautiful reef
and small wreck are located a short swim from the dock.
Island House is located just minutes from most of the island's
premier dive sites in the Guanaja Marine Preserve. You will travel
to these sites in a comfortable, fast dive boat and dive with Bo
himself, one of the Bay Islands' preeminent divemasters with over
Because of the size of the resort, dive excursions are small,
intimate experiences that can be tailored to the particular desires of
you or your group.
Black Rock Canyons, Michael Rock, The Pinnacle, The Jado
Trader... some of the Caribbean's most exciting dives are waiting