Villa On Dunbar Rock - Guanaja, HondurasVilla On Dunbar Rock- 50% Off 2nd Diver Special - Guanaja, Honduras
Climate: Honduras has year round warm tropical weather with air temperatures of 29°C / 85°F
Water Temperature: 27 – 30°C / 80 – 86°F
Time: UTC -6:00
Currency: Honduran lempira (HNL). U.S. Dollars are widely accepted
Electricity: 110 Volts. U.S. Stand plugs.
Marriage Requirements: Please contact the local tourism board for instructions and requirements.
Airport(s): La Meda International Airport (SAP)
Hyperbaric Chambers: Cornerstone Medical Service
Home to the second largest reef in the world teeming with beautiful coral gardens, coves and wrecks, Honduras is bordered by Nicaragua on the southeast and El Salvador and Guatemala on the west. It comprises 42,000 square miles, with the highest point at 2,400 meters. North is the Caribbean Sea and coastline 880 kms in length. The South coast in the Gulf of Fonseca (Pacific Ocean) is 153 kms in length.Read More
What an amazing dive location. The staff is amazing. The location is built on a rock of Granite in the ocean off of the remote island of Guanaja, near Honduras. Lots of coral, macro life, nurse sharks, swim-throughs, eagle rays, etc. Three boat dives a day with fantastic dive guides. The reef around Dunbar Rock is only 10 feet deep but it is teaming with life! Highly recommend!!!
Just returned from a phenomenal group trip to an incredible location. The Villa on Dunbar Rock is a must do. The staff that GM Jennifer has assembled is top shelf. From the amazing dive staff of Raynol, Kennet, & Chele, to the service staff of Reba, Adele, & Elsis, to the amazing chefs who prepared five star meals each and every time for three meals a day & snacks, Jose working the pool and grounds, Tarrsis overseeing the front desk, Jennifer’s assistant Jackie, and everyone else that helped us experience this hidden paradise.
During our groups week long stay, everyone made sure that we experienced some amazing scuba diving adventures.
The diving is excellent, with beautiful walls, pinnacles, wrecks,swim throughs, and reefs. The marine park was established three years ago so the marine life is slowly but surely coming back to life. The dive crew is doing great work, hunting lionfish. During our dives, lionfish were fed to nurse sharks & green moray eels. Only bummer was that we didn’t get to eat any :). Dunbar Rock highly recommended for any diver, looking for that new place to go...Dunbar Rock = 5 Stars!!
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