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Bay Islands Underwater Museum, Roatan
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Uncover an underwater world brimming with marine life and historical artifacts at Bay Islands Underwater Museum. Snorkel in the warm waters and discover artifacts that span thousands of years, including a Spanish galleon, pre-Columbian figures, canoes from African settlers, and a submerged Mayan cemetery. The Mesoamerican Reef System that surrounds this island means you'll be sharing the water with thousands of underwater creatures, so keep your eyes peeled for manta rays, eels, and sea turtles. This unconventional museum is best explored when there is good visibility in the water. Make Bay Islands Underwater Museum a part of your Roatan vacation plans using our Roatan travel itinerary maker.
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Nice, clear water, calm and a good place to learn to snorkel. All equipment is included in the price. The underwater artifacts were interesting and the guides were very helpful. It was a good experien... read more »
We had a very nice day with good weather. The guides were Sam and Carlos who were very attentive to the small group of 9. The museum was more of an underwater feature representing the history of the a... read more »
Don't go if there is any chance the water visibility is low. It was a beautiful day on the beach but because of the weather the previous weeks the water was to rough to get good views of the museum. T... read more »
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