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TranquilSeas Eco Lodge and Dive Center-Honduras

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TranquilSeas Eco Lodge and Dive Center-Honduras

TranquilSeas Eco Lodge and Dive Center-Honduras has intimate boutique cabanas nestled among lush foliage. From your cabana you are just footsteps to the beach, snorkeling, private pool, bar a restaurant.

As you would expect from a tropical island, the lush green exotic jungle that laces Roatan provides a canopy for many indigenous birds and creatures that are the backbone for the golden palm-fringed beaches.

TranquilSeas Eco Lodge and Dive Center-Honduras, Restaurant & Bar, Roatan, Honduras – Unique island accommodation & Padi Dive Resort set amongst beautifully landscaped tropical gardens, secluded from the hustle and bustle and yet easily accessible to some of the great adventures to be had on Roatan.

Whether you are looking for a Honduran or Roatan hotel or Eco Lodge, complete Padi diving resort for your Roatan diving experience, or are just passing through and want to spend a few nights vacation on the hidden gem of Roatan, Honduras; TranquilSeas Eco Lodge and Dive Center-Honduras is where you will be able to do as much or as little as you like.

Situated on the North side of Roatan, You will find our established Cabanas nestled in among exotic flora and fauna providing unique lodge accommodation in Roatan. At TranquilSeas Eco Lodge and Dive Center-Honduras we offer a wide range of eco activities, offering a great Roatan diving experience, Island boat tour, snorkel trips, bird watching, kayaking, horse back riding, canopy. All of than an more can be arrange just from our facilities, here in you house at TranquilSeas Eco Lodge and Dive Center-Honduras.

(504) 2407 2070 / (504) 2407 2071
Reservation department
Roatan
Bay Islands
Honduras
yes
Beach, ocean, mangrove

Mammals:
There are only about a dozen mammal species in the Bay Islands. Almost one-third of them are bats. Some of these are insect-eaters, and some are fruit-eaters. Both types serve an important niche in the ecosystem by controlling insects and pollinating flowers and dispersing seeds.

Sea Life:
Coral reefs are the marine equivalent of tropical rain forests. Composed of millions of tiny animals called polyps, coral contains algae cells that provide nutrients to animal hosts by photosynthesis. This explains why coral is found only in clear, shallow water. The coral polyps also feed on plankton by using tentacles to capture the tiny drifting animals.
There are two types of coral. The reef-building hard corals extract limestone from seawater to secrete protective exoskeletons. The soft corals excrete a soft exoskeleton and include sea fans and sea whips. The reef itself consists of a living layer growing atop the skeleton of its ancestors. Within a tiny area, you can find several species of coral, dozens of species of fish, and thousands of other forms of tiny and microscopic life. Also found in an amazing variety are sponges, filter feeders that range in size from tiny to huge barrel sponges

This are some the species you can find on the water and out side of the water

Moray eels, barracuda, trumpet fish, grouper, snapper, butterfly fish, angelfish, damselfish, parrotfish, surgeonfish, chub, wrasse, triggerfish, needlefish, blue tang, indigo hamlets, rock hinds, chromis, nurse sharks, and eagle rays,lobster, conch, shrimp, bonefish, crabs, worms, Blue land crabs, hermit crabs, dolphins,

Agouti,Opossum, Green Lizards, Iguanas, Snakes, Frogs, Turtles, Crocodiles, leaf cutter, Army ants, bats, Emu, Caterpillar, Pray mantis, Trefrog, monkeys.

Turkey Vulture, Laughing Gull, White-crowned Pigeon, Great-tailed Grackle, Neotropic Cormorant, Great Blue, Heron, Royal Tern, Caribbean Dove, White-winged Dove, Smooth-billed Ani, Green-breasted Mango, Canivet’s, Emerald, Yucatan Woodpecker, Golden-fronted Woodpecker, Yellow-lored Parrot, Brown-crested Flycatcher, Tropical Kingbird, Yucatan Vireo, Purple Martin, Yellow Warbler, Brown Pelican, Tricolored Heron, Rock Pigeon, Brown Booby, Bridled Tern, Roseate Tern, Least Grebe, Green Heron, Cattle Egret, Gray Hawk, Common Ground-Dove, Mangrove Vireo, Snowy Egret, Little Blue Heron, Black-necked Stilt, Yellow-crowned Night-Heron, Central American Pygmy-Owl, Least Tern, Ruddy Turnstone, Yellow-naped Parrot, Piratic Flycatcher, Tree Swallow, Barn Swallow, Black-and-white Warbler, Prothonotary Warbler, Blackburnian Warbler, Chestnut-sided Warbler, Summer Tanager, Indigo Bunting, Eastern Kingbird, Philadelphia Vireo, Gray Catbird, Northern Waterthrush, Tennessee Warbler, Bay-breasted Warbler, Palm Warbler, American Redstart, Black-throated, Green Warbler, Rose-breasted Grosbeak, Worm-eating Warbler, Western Tanager, American Coot, Magnolia Warbler, Spotted Sandpiper, Ovenbird, Common Black Hawk, Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, Common Yellowthroat
Blue-gray Tanager, Osprey, Belted Kingfisher, Yellow-rumped Warbler, Northern Parula, Black Vulture, Caspian Tern, Great Egret, Cape May Warbler, Yellow-throated Warbler, Ruddy Ground-Dove, White-eyed Vireo, Blue-winged Teal, Double-crested Cormorant, Hooded Warbler, Sanderling, Peregrine Falcon, Barn Owl, House Sparrow, Pied-billed Grebe, Mourning Dove, Louisiana Waterthrush, Mangrove Cuckoo, Bat Falcon, American Kestrel, Northern Potoo, Great Crested Flycatcher, Yellow-throated Vireo, Black-bellied Plover, Wilson’s Warbler, Lesser Yellowlegs, Wood Stork, Sandwich Tern, Semipalmated Plover, Whimbrel, Lesser Scaup, Willet, Red-eyed Vireo, Northern Rough-winged Swallow, Bank Swallow, Cliff Swallow, Killdeer, Northern Shoveler, Ring-necked Duck, Prairie Warbler, Wood Thrush, Plain Chachalaca, Swainson’s Thrush, Eastern Wood-Pewee, Merlin, Scarlet Tanager, Solitary Sandpiper, Acadian Flycatcher, Brown Noddy, Black Tern, Veery, Kentucky Warbler, Olive-sided Flycatcher, Chimney Swift, Yellow-bellied Flycatcher, Orchard Oriole, Baltimore Oriole, White-tailed Kite, White Ibis, Rufous-necked Wood-Rail, Herring Gull, Black Skimmer, Cooper’s Hawk, Bananaquit, Ruby-throated Hummingbird, Wilson’s Snipe, Muscovy Duck, Cerulean Warbler, Painted Bunting, Black-crowned Night-Heron, American White Pelican, Greater Yellowlegs, American Pygmy Kingfisher, Broad-winged Hawk, Purple Gallinule, Bare-throated Tiger-Heron, Smoky-brown Woodpecker, Limp-kin, Great Kiskadee, Social Flycatcher, Clay-colored Thrush, Western Sandpiper, Golden-olive Woodpecker, Stilt Sandpiper, Semipalmated Sandpiper,Red-lored Parrot, Least Sandpiper, Gray-breasted Martin, Yellow-billed, Cuckoo, Yellow-breasted Chat, Red-footed Booby, Roseate Spoonbill

Please check the following Link as a reference: http://ebird.org/ebird/subnational1/HN-IB?yr=all&m=&rank=mrec

Roatan’s warm temperatures and abundant rainfall once supported a rich forest.

Gumbo Limbo Trees, Giliricidia or Cow Trees, Yellow-Stemmed Bamboo, Honduran Pines, Traveller’s Trees
Cashew, Mango, Papaya, Hog Plum, Mamee Apple, Nonee Apple, Banana, Pineapple, Passion Fruit, Lime, Sea Almond, Bromeliads, Tree Ferns, Staghorn Fern, Lemon Grass, Elephant Ears, Cat’s Tails, Heliconia, Bougainvellea, Hibiscus, Red Ginger, Anthurium, Bride of Barbados, Golden Shrimp, Turks Cap, Orchids, Corozo Palm, Sea Grape, Sea Lettuce, Madagascar Periwinkle, etc.

Dive & Snorkel in crystal water on the 2nd biggest reef on the world, Zip lines, Horse back-riding, Hikes, Markets, Local and international food, Dolphins encounters, Yoga ( http://roatanyoga.com ), parceling and more…

Snorkeling, Scuba diving, Fishing, Kayaking, Boat tours, Dolphin/whale watching, Bird watching Hiking/Trekking, Horseback riding, Zipline and canopy tours,
Monday: Mickey Charteris the author of the book Caribbean Reef Life come every monday to teach us about the Caribbean Reef Life he covers all aspects of a coral reef ecosystem, from Marine Plants, to the Sponges and Corals, Invertebrates, Reef Fishes, as well as the Marine Mammals and Turtles. http://www.caribbeanreeflife.com / Tuesday: We have life music (local and International) and specials on the restaurant / Friday: Happy hour and Local band during the sunset
Pool, Wifi, Gay friendly, Yoga, Massage

Turtle : 1 Queen size bed / Garden View / Max 2 people

Tree frog : 1 Queen size bed / Ocean View Porch / Max 2 people

Hummingbird : 1 Queen size bed /Ocean View Porch / Max 2 people

Eagle ray : 1 King size bed / Garden View Porch / Max 2 people

King crab : 1 Super king size / Ocean View Porch / Max 2 people

Gecko : 2 Queen size beds / Ocean View Porch / Max 4 people

Octopus: 1 room with one queen bed and ensuite, 1 room with 2 queen size beds, which also shares a bathroom with the final room which consists of 2 bunk beds. / Pool View Porch / Max 10 people

* To check our rates please check our website

Patio, Non smoking, Tea/Coffee Maker, Safety Deposit Box, Refrigerator
Restaurant on Premises, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Full Bar, Wine and Beer Bar, Vegetarian
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