Roatan Land Tours & Activities

Ziplines, Beaches, Gardens & More

Carambola Botanical Gardens & Nature Trails

Carambola Botanical Gardens & Nature Trails

The Garden Tour: On this informative, eco-mindful, educational tour you will be introduced to a wide variety of Roatan tropical botanical species as well as interact with them through smell, touch, and taste. Learn about the growth, medicinal uses, and pleasurable aspects of Roatan Island`s flowering plants, spices, fruit trees, hardwoods and extensive orchid collection. The Jungle Walk & Garden Tour: Bridges over Mahogany Creek connect walkways that surround the visitor in an eco-friendly natural jungle setting. Experience the creek below you and the dense jungle canopy above you for a truly wonderful adventure. The Rain Forest Trail and Mountain Tour: This trail winds its way through a dense tropical forest of Cahoon Palms and Island Hardwoods up to the summit of Carambola Mountain. A comfortable 20 minute hike will take you to the top. As you leave the Jungle and reach the summit, a breath taking panoramic view opens up.
Location: Sandy Bay
Iguana Sanctuary

Iguana Sanctuary

At Arch`s Iguana farm you can feed iguanas large banana leaves (they are always hungry). You can even pick them up and feed them by hand if you wish. They are from the dinosaur age but they are gentle creatures. You can also feed the huge fish in the marine reserve. Often there is a Pelican hoping that he will get fed as well. There are a couple of different monkey species, turtles, swans, turkeys, parrots, and some other native animals too.
Location: French Caye
Zip-line

Zip-line

Fly through the jungle from a monkey`s point of view. There are various platforms and lookout points on the zip-line excursions. This is something for the whole family to enjoy.
East End Beaches

East End Beaches

Want to find a deserted Caribbean beach away from the crowds? There are some different options; you can try Havana Beach Club, they offer horseback riding among other activities. There is also Paya Bay Resort that has a restaurant, bar and public beach to hang out at, or you can even go to the nude beach if thats the sort of thing you enjoy. There is kite surfing right next to Paya Bay. Last but not least there is the public beach at the end of the East side, Camp Bay Beach (pictured here). There is a great little tiki-hut sort of place to have lunch at right next to Camp Bay Beach called La Sirena. They have fantastic food and great rum punches!
Location: East End!
Blue Harbor Tropical Arboretum

Blue Harbor Tropical Arboretum

Arboretum: Explore our orchards featuring an exciting mix of different species of tropical fruit trees. From the most exotic Noni, Carambola (Star Fruit) Mango, and Avocado to the classic Limes, Oranges and Pink Grapefruits. While strolling through the orchards admire our exotic tropical flowers strategically arranged throughout the property. For the more adventuresome there is an extended walk to view our mini-orchards of Pineapple, Coffee, Cacao, several species of Banana such as Plantain and Roatans favorite Apple Bananas. Hydroponic Farm: You might have heard about hydroponic farming at Disneys EPCOT or read about NASA planning to use hydroponic farming on mans journey to Mars. If you thought it was science fiction, come see 70,000 heads of lettuce and herbs being grown every day in WATER NOT SOIL! See the lettuce that tonight might be in your salad. Come learn how hydroponic farming leads in water conservation, sustainability and, we believe, the future for safer, fresher, longer lasting produce in your kitchen.
Location: Mud Hole
Golf

Golf

The Black Pearl Golf Course is an 18-hole, par-72, 7200 yard championship golf course was created by world-famous golf course architect Pete Dye. The course starts at the ocean`s doorstep, rises into the islands rolling foothills, then takes golfers on a wild ride back to the seaside clubhouse.
Location: Pristine Bay
Island Tours & Road Trips

Island Tours & Road Trips

If you want to explore Roatan, whether you drive yourselves or take a guided tour there is plenty to do and see. Once you have arrived we can get a feel for what you would like to do and arrange a tour that would be the best fit for you.
Sloth Sanctuary

Sloth Sanctuary

Daniel Johnson`s Sloth Sanctuary is a protected animal reserve. They have various animals that they will educate you on. You can also interact with parrots, monkeys, and even hold a sloth.
Location: French Caye
Horse Riding

Horse Riding

Whether you are a beginner or experienced rider, Roatan offers amazing riding experiences in stunning surroundings. Start your guided ride on a deserted beach, along scenic roads and through tropical foliage. Some rides take you to the hilltops where stunning panoramas of Roatan’s reefs and coastline come into view. Cool off at the end of the ride and wade your horse through the turquoise waters along one of dozens of secluded beaches.