After being closed for a few years, due to the lack of tourism, the End of the World Resort in Guanaja is open again! The resort is a small beach front property that offers full dive facilities. However, it is much more that a dive resort! The End of the World Resort in Guanaja is on one of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean. The fact that Guanaja´s beaches are not famous does not mean they are not outstanding. The resort stands on a beach facing the north side of the island and stretches for several miles in both directions.
Despite facing open seas, the surf is very tame at the End of the World Resort in Guanaja. The reason for this is the massive, pristine coral barriers that surround the island of Guanaja. These play a double function, the provide World Class diving and they keep the surf low at the beach. If you are not into diving, then a walk along the beach will prove to be a fascinating experience. This is as close as you will come to a Robinson Crusoe experience on the Bay Islands. Spectacular beaches with the mountain background and no other persons on this area of the island provide a unique setting.
Outstanding Beaches at the End of the World Resort in Guanaja
To the West, you can walk to Michael’s Rock Beach. It is small intimate beach with a large rock like peninsula that people call Michael’s Rock. To the East, you can walk up to Bo Bush´s Island House Resort and then follow the trail to Big Gully to see one a unique waterfall that provides water year round. If you continue down the beach, you will get to the community of Mangrove Bight. It is a small fishing community with a massive cliff as a backdrop of the community. This is an authentic Caribbean style community that you will enjoy.
The End of the World Resort in Guanaja offers a total of 4 rooms and can sleep up to 10 persons. They also have a restaurant and bar to cater to their guests. If you are looking for a small, intimate resort on the beach in an unspoiled island, this is a perfect match for you!