Guanaja is one of the Caribbean’s most appealing “undiscovered” destinations
Guanaja, the most mountainous of the Bay Islands, is 11 miles long and 3 miles wide, and is located some forty miles off the northern coast of Honduras. If you are looking for an island that has natural beauty look no more; Guanaja has no roads and has little commercial development.
Guanaja is a diving paradise with a thriving barrier coral reef. Hiking is also another great feature of the island with uninhabited north shore forests, mountains, and waterfalls. This island was discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1502, so their is a lot of history that comes with this island.
Looking for a great place to stay when visiting Guanaja, you must check out the Bo’s Island House.
You can see a short video on Bo’s Island House by clicking here. The owner and founder of Island House is Bo Bush, a local islander whose ancestry dates to the English pirates who once dwelt in these islands. He is truly the perfect host: friendly, entertaining, competent, and possessing a local knowledge of the island that greatly enhances any guest’s visit.