This is only one of the many beautiful scenes that you will experience.
Make the GUANAJA ISLAND CLUB your number one choice for diving as well as all
the other features of your own exotic island paradise!!
There are many factors that make diving off Guanaja a unique
joy. The island is virtually surrounded by a barrier reef,
with dozens of dive sites very near the island. There are 35 moored dive sites, featuring
everything from shallow reefs to wrecks, caves, canyons, underwater volcanoes, and walls
plummeting from 20' to 6000' ! Visibility is normally 70-80', peaking at 100'. Another
plus is that the barrier reefs and the position of the island permit diving about 95% of
The variety of corals, sponges, and marine life is mind boggling. Turtles, eagle rays, Jew fish, and literally hundreds of tropical fish species abound. Indigenous toadfish, octopus, and huge coral crabs are visible at night. Dolphins, whale sharks, reef sharks, black tips, and hammerheads can also be spotted. Diving off Guanaja presents great subject matter for photographers (bring your macro equipment if you've got it) and divers who want to experience more than what the typical dive destination offers.
You don't have to be an expert diver to enjoy our underwater world. Snorkel off the beach, or take a "Dive In One Day" resort course with our PDIC and PADI instructors. Whatever your level of experience, the End of the Word Resort can assist you in making the most of your island adventure. We offer a full range of Beginner, Specialty, and even Instructor Certification Courses with equipment rentals and experienced dive masters.
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