How to get there?
There are two different airlines that fly from either La Ceiba (LCE), San Pedro Sula (SAP) or Roatan (RTB) to Guanaja. Two daily flights from Ceiba from monday to saturday, at 9 am and 3 pm, and connection flight with Roatan every saturdays, rates both ways around US$125
From El Salvador you can follow a backpacker route taken a shuttle bus from Playa El Tunco to Copan Ruins, then the bus directly to La Ceiba with Hedman Alas bus company.
Let us know when and where you are arriving and we’ll be glad to help you with the flight booking in Honduras. We have a great partnership with all the airlines.
Where to stay?
ROLAND GUEST HOUSE
Beautifull and cozy guest house in the middle of the forest with an amazing view of the ocean, this bed and breakfast accommodation offer personal service to international guest, confortable rooms with double and triple occupancy.
What to do?
There are many tours available in the island including:
Waterfall hiking and beach retreat
Bocana view hike
Castaway snorkeling adventure
Rappel and canyoneering adventures
Guanaja adventure Trekking.
To plan this activities you can put in contact with our hotel partner in this location.
Bay Island Paradise in Honduras.
Located 45 miles from Honduran mainland, the small of the bay islands, Guanaja might be very similar to that perfect remote carebean location of your dreams . Guanaja was Christopher Columbus’s last stop before reaching the American Continent, on his last trip the amazing new world of America in years 1500's,
Only three miles wide by seven miles long there are no cars on one side of Guanaja, and the only way to travel around the island is by boat. The people have traditionally been fishermen, so Guanaja’s culture is very much linked to the water and cristal ocean. Most people on Guanaja produce their own food through fishing, raising livestock, or home growing.
Tourism is still very quiet on Guanaja and if there are not much visitors, probably around 50 tourists on the island at a time it would be considered a high season busy time. Guanaja is part of Central American country Honduras, but as all the different island in the atlantic ocean is its own place that feels completely disconnected from mainland and in many ways from the rest of the world.
Rising out of the beautiful crystal clear Caribbean water to an elevation of 1,362 feet, Guanaja is located near the end of the mesoamerican barrier reef, the second largest barrier reef in the world making it one of the most impresive dive destination in America. The island is covered in rich vegetation and is full of bananas, yuca, parrots, iguanas, wild rabbits, and much more.
It features, tours and activities include one of the best diving experience, hiking, snorkeling and snorkeling you’ll find anywhere in the world.