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06 November/ 2004
Sandra Sampayo

Carlos Santana visits Guanaja

International megastar, Carlos Santana, recently spent three days vacationing at the End of the World resort in Guanaja.

Santana loved the peaceful, remote atmosphere at the resort and the island so much that he has expressed interest in investing in a celebrity-focused resort for the island.He is currently in talks with Brian Rowland, owner of End of the World Resort and long-time friend of the international music sensation.

“I have never had such a relaxing vacation,” said Santana.“The island is naturally beautiful, and it is very close to the USA.I believe that it has more potential for a celebrity-focused project than any other destination in the Caribbean.”

Brian Rowland said that the celebrity and his family spend three days relaxing on the beach and diving along the reefs of Guanaja.“Carlos loves the island, and was very pleased to find a secluded haven to relax without the pressures of being hounded by the international press,” said Rowland.

Carlos' music has spanned five decades, outlasted countless musical trends, sold more than fifty million albums, played live to upwards of thirty million fans, and garnered countless awards and honors, including a 1998 induction into the Rock 'n Roll Hall Of Fame and being voted the 2004 Person of the Year award by the Latin Recording Academy.

To make vacation reservations at End of the World Resort, visit www.tropicalrez.com, email our reservations team at info@tropicalrez.com, or call us on (US Toll Free) 1-877-540-9692 or +504 455-5841 in Honduras.

TropicalREZ is a central booking and payment office for accommodation, car rental, tours and diving on the islands of Guanaja, Roatan and Utila.We are currently offering 5% off all rates published on our website.


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