A Five-Night Stay for Two in a One-Bedroom Beachfront Villa, April 1 to June 30 or August 20 to December 24 ($1,160); or July 1 to August 19 ($1,215)
Or, a Seven-Night Stay for Two in a One-Bedroom Beachfront Villa, April 1 to June 30 or August 20 to December 24 ($1,598); or July 1 to August 19 ($1,675)
All Inclusive of All Meals and Snacks, Non-Alcoholic and Premium Alcoholic Beverages, Daily Entertainment, Beach Supplies, Round-Trip Airport Transfers, and More
Combine Unlimited Vouchers for an Extended Stay
The largest of Honduras's Bay Islands, Roatán's rocky hillsides resemble the rugged underwater formations of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef. Second in size only to Australia's gorgeous Great Barrier, this natural structure stretches from the Yucatán Peninsula in the north to the Honduran coastline in the south. Teeming with more than 500 species of fish and other marine life—West Indian manatees, crocodiles, and sea turtles, just to name a few—this Western Caribbean reef provides some of the world's best scuba diving. Plus, with temperatures hovering around 80 degrees Fahrenheit throughout the year, there's as much fun to be had above the water as below.
Just steps away from the turquoise waters of the Caribbean, the villas of Mayan Princess Beach & Dive Resort offer incredible elegance with a touch of tropical flair. Begin your all-inclusive stay with a buffet breakfast at Restaurant Ballam, then head to the beach for an introductory scuba lesson or a lounge session on a canopied bed. With its wide shoreline and crystal waves, West Bay beach delivers the best of Roatán. Later, slip into the Blue Lagoon pool's eight-person Jacuzzi—but don't worry about overheating, the island enjoys constant breezes from Caribbean trade winds. Rooms feature a fully equipped kitchen, a pillow-top mattress draped in Egyptian cotton sheets, plush bathrobes, and a mini bar.
Discover what lies beneath with the El Aquila Wreck dive offered by Mayan Divers, or skim the surface while snorkeling at the Bay Islands Underwater Museum. Later, experience the local ecosystem at Gumbalimba Park, where you can commune with parrots and monkeys on the nature walk. Or, take a ride through the treetops on the park's zip line. For tropical shopping, check out West End, where you can pop in and out of local boutiques.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON May 26, 2020
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Mayan Princess Beach & Dive Resort
Colorful Reefs and Total Peace in Roatán
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