Scuba Diving off the Island of Guanaja with Pirates and Poisonous Fish

by Sonja Stark on October 4, 2013

Green Moray Eel

Jado Trader Wreck

Dunbar Rock Villa

Graham's Place, Guanaja Island, Bay Islands, Honduras

G&G Clearwater Paradise, Guanaja Island, Bay Islands, Honduras

My precious editor Max Hartshorne of GoNomad.com forwards press trip invites to me once or twice a year and in the event I can go, I count my lucky stars and launch off into the world. I’ve been doing so for nearly a decade and am never disappointed with the places and faces I meet.

At the beginning of this year I ventured to an island off the coast of Honduras for a short “dive fam” – three days of scuba diving from morning until night. The travel article was posted last month and I forgot to remind my Times Union readers.

Here now is the article entitled Scuba Diving & Serenity on a Pristine Island.

Please click this link to read about abandoned shipwrecks, pirates, volcanic caverns and the invasive lion fish.

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