Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Scuba Diving the Caribbean - Black Rock Canyon Gaunaja!

Scuba diving the Caribbean at Black Rock Canyons off Guanaja Honduras!

This canyon was created by volcanic action. With the conglomeration of caves, tunnels, deep cracks and crevices it is one of the most exciting dives around Guanaja. It's not uncommon to turn a corner, or come out of a tunnel and come across a sleeping shark or a big moray eel lounging in a hole. Bring your black light for the caves and tunnels.

Scuba divers and snorkelers rave about the rich and extensive underwater environment of Guanaja.

Come scuba diving with me in Guanaja, located in the Bay Islands of Honduras. We have more than thirty stunning dive sites only minutes away by boat!

Saturday, March 1, 2008

Scuba Diving Guanaja

One of Guanaja's "old favorite" dives is the wreck of the shrimper Don Enrique. Located next to an interesting wall that drops 80 feet to a sandy bottom, the bottom slopes gradually deeper, and at about 90 feet you come across the boat resting right-side-up on the bottom. The mast still looms upwards to about 50 feet. Both the wreck & the wall abound with life. Spotted eagle rays are common to this site.

Enjoy the stunning sites of scuba diving the Caribbean in Guanaja Honduras!

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Scuba Diving Guanaja - an Under Water Delight!

What are you doing right now? How would you like to be scuba diving the Caribbean?

This is an underwater shot taken in Guanaja, one of the Bay Islands in Honduras ... imagine yourself watching the colorful fish and the delicate corals swaying in the warm Caribbean waters.......YIKES! Are you feeling it?

Monday, February 25, 2008

Scuba Diving Guanaja - a Caribbean Paradise!

Scuba Diving in Guanaja! Visit me down in the Bay Islands of Honduras and let me share my diving experience with you.

Wreck dives, wall dives, the second largest barrier reef in the world right outside the door! Enjoy the colorful fish of the Caribbean and watch the playful turtles......Guanaja Honduras, one of the famous Bay Islands, along with Roatan and Utila in the Caribbean has it all.