Bay Islands

Bay Islands Travel Guide

Articles about Bay Islands

By Lyndsey Matthews
By Jeff Wise
Go Deep The largest coral reef system in the Western Hemisphere lies off the three Bay Islands, about 30 miles north of the mainland. You can descend as far as 2,000 feet aboard the three-man sub Idabel ($1,600 for two) to see such deep-dwelling ...
By Jeff Wise
Go Deep The largest coral reef system in the Western Hemisphere lies off the three Bay Islands, about 30 miles north of the mainland. You can descend as far as 2,000 feet aboard the three-man sub Idabel ($1,600 for two) to see such deep-dwelling ...
By Jeff Wise
Go Deep The largest coral reef system in the Western Hemisphere lies off the three Bay Islands, about 30 miles north of the mainland. You can descend as far as 2,000 feet aboard the three-man sub Idabel ($1,600 for two) to see such deep-dwelling ...

Hotels in Bay Islands

Situated on remote Roatan Island, 40 miles off the coast of Honduras, Palmetto Bay Plantation is an exclusive eco-friendly retreat in a destination that still feels undiscovered—despite increased tourism from the U.S.

Things to do in Bay Islands

The largest coral reef system in the Western Hemisphere lies off the three Bay Islands, about 30 miles north of the mainland. You can descend as far as 2,000 feet aboard the three-man sub Idabel to see such deep-dwelling rarities as the squat lobster and the six-gilled shark.