Anthonys Key Resort

Thirty-five miles off the coast of mainland Honduras on the Bay Island of Roatan, family-owned-and-operated Anthony's Key Resort offers all-inclusive dive vacations on the world's second-largest barrier reef.

With the largest and most modern fleet of custom-built dive boats in the Caribbean, guests can choose from hundreds of dive sites, includ ing 35 sites five to 30 minutes away on a vibrant reef in warm waters averaging 80 to 100 feet of visibility.

Anthony's Key Resort owns and

operates a unique on-site research and educational facility running the only dolphin program in Honduras, the Roatan Institute of Marine Sciences (RIMS). Dolphins reside in a natural lagoon complete with a living coral-reef ecosystem. They leave the facility to be trained and to interact with snorkelers and divers in myriad dolphin activities. Dolphin encounters in the waist-deep lagoon are an adventure for guests of all ages and abilities.

At the center of Anthony's Key, a private eight-acre island, is a 30-by-60-foot freshwater pool with a bar and grill, all intimately hidden away by towering palms. The four-foot-deep waters are perfect for a lap swim, relaxing soak on built-in seating along the perimeter, poolside lounging and star-gazing swims until 10 p.m.

Take advantage of our seven-night, all-inclusive package including: three boat dives daily, two night boat dives, buoyancy-control workshop, three meals daily, dolphin presentations daily, horseback riding, hiking, kayaking, canoeing, entrance to the Roatan Museum, Roatan Airport transfers and airlineticket reconfirmation.

Accommodations: Private eight-acre island with 56 wooden cabanas perched over the lagoon

Amenities: full-service restaurant and bar, modern fleet of custom dive and snorkel boats, only dolphin program in Honduras, 30-by-60 foot freshwater pool with bar and grill and land excursions Contact Information: Toll free: 800-2273483; tel: 954-929-0090; website: anthonys; e-mail: [email protected]

1. Oceanside lounging 2. Sunset at Anthony's Key Resort 3. Wooden cabanas sit over the lagoon 4. Interior of room 5. Pool 6. One of the resort's resident dolphins g mmmm

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