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Villa on Dunbar Rock

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Sep 22, 2015

Category: Living

If you’re looking for the perfect place to dive, while also catching some rays from an infinity pool overlooking the ocean, look no further than the Villa on Dunbar Rock.

Built as a diver’s paradise, this entire resort is situated atop a rock in the middle of the ocean, surrounded by the beautiful Mesoamerican barrier reef. It’s located roughly 44 miles off the north coast of Honduras, and in addition to the superb diving, it offers amenities that one would expect from a Caribbean retreat. The all-inclusive resort has eight private suites, all offering breathtaking ocean views. There’s the aforementioned infinity pool complete with bar, private white sand beach for lounging, and of course the opportunity to dive with PADI certified instructors. And if you’d rather stay closer to the surface, they also offer snorkeling as well. 7-night packages start at $1,952 per person.

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