Exploring the deep may sound awesome, but if it's so exciting how come Ice Cube says going there'll put your ass to sleep? Discover for yourself just how wrong the Don was, at Abyss Discovery
Located on Honduras' tiny Roatan island, ASD's a Caribbean getaway highlighted by a pair of expert-piloted mini submarine trips through the 25,000+ ft depths of the Caymen Trench, a journey filled with bioluminescent creatures, fish that stand on their heads, and even beasts that "cannot be identified", so...Rachel Hunter? The deal
Day 1: Board a custom, 3-person, domed-window sub that'll take you on a 2.5 hour "shallow" dive along a near-vertical 2000ft coral wall sheltering everything from cat sharks to glass sponges, which, being so fragile, are easily Plowed
Day 2: Snorkel with a crew of 25+ bottlenose dolphins at a nearby lagoon while instructors advise you on how to play with and touch them (far better than the dolphins at the Blue Lagoon, who won't stop touching themselves).
Day 3: Return to the sub for a 4-hour deep dive into perpetually dark depths hiding jelly-nosed eels, "rough sharks", and grotesque chimera fish, and visit a 110ft shipwreck guarded by 20ft-long prehistoric 6-gill sharks, a species never known to have eaten a human, earning them the gratitude of being nicknamed the "cow shark". What are you gonna do about it
Of course the resort's got plenty of beach, and there're a slew of other activities, from sea kayaking, to glass-bottom boat tours, to visiting an iguana farm -- do 'em all, and even Cube would have to agree your day was a good day.