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Most of the population of Guanaja live just offshore on Hog Cay in Bonacca, a crowded

town with narrow twisting streets and houses built on stilts that line the waterways which bisect this “Venice of Honduras”. Rent a boat and relax while fishing during the afternoon. Later, after catching a medium sized snapper you visit a local restaurant where the chef prepares and cooks it for your dinner. ~  Ship Card … Continue reading

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On board the ssc Island Dancer your mooring off Saba near the Marine Park allows you

and your diving buddies to explore Twilight Zone and Outer Limits, discovering steep walls, towering sea-mounts, purple pipe organ and barrel sponges, black coral and an abundance of large fish – grouper, turtles, eagle rays and sharks. ~  Island Card (visiting Island R-117) Continue reading

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When visiting Ambergris Caye on board ss Mayan Sun take a day trip to the ancient

Maya site of Altun-Ha on the mainland of Belize. Here in the lush tropical jungle, amid the ruins of temples and tombs alongside residential and ceremonial structures, you will find the Green Tomb – in which are the remains of a Very Important Person, along with pearls, shell beads and a large piece of solid … Continue reading

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After arriving at St.John on board ss Caribbean Star you find that the best place to

learn about the fringing reefs and barrier reefs, (as well as all the creatures who live amongst them), is the Visitors Center at the National Park headquarters in Cruz Bay with its excellent displays and identification cards. Then … Take a field trip.  ~  Ship Card (visiting Island J-65) Continue reading

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While Indigo Sails moors off the town of Livingston in Guatemala you travel up the Rio

Dulce to Lake Izabel and view the ruins of Fort San Felipe, built in the mid-17th century to guard against pirates and privateers plundering lakeside warehouses where gold, silver, pearls, gems and spices were stored and made ready for shipment on board treasure fleets bound for Spain. ~  Island Card (visiting Caribbean destination W-143) Continue reading