Things to Do on Roatan Island
|From sunrise to sunset Roatan Island offers plenty of things to do during your stay with us at West Bay Lodge!
Milos' Snorkel Tour, monkeys, birds, paddle boarding, zip-lining, parasailing, shopping, fire shows, crab races, live bands, snorkeling with the turtles and dolphins, diving the worlds second largest barrier reef, fishing, riding scooters, horseback riding, underwater camera fun, glass bottom boat and relaxing at our pool with a famous Celeste rum punch!
These are just a few of the Things to Do on Roatan Island when you visit us. We have many brochures at the front office/gift shop and are happy to help you make arrangements for your Roatan activities. We suggest that you bring strap back sandals, bug spray, sun glasses, sun lotion and a hat so you are prepared for any activity you choose. Book Now at West Bay Lodge and Spa for your tropical island vacation of a lifetime!
A special thanks to Bee Guillroy for her video!
You may use most major credit cards to purchase your tours or activities and buy refreshments and souvenirs. USA cash is also acceptable. You may get change back in Lempura, but that is fine and you can use it to pay your $40 exit fee at the airport when you leave Roatan Island.
Here are some activity reviews that may interest you!
"Don't miss Milos' Snorkeling Tour that Celeste and Milos offer to their guests only. We had the best day on their boat seeing the dolphins and snorkeling. Milos stopped in 3 of his favorite snorkeling spots and he would get in the water with us and spot the most spectacular fish that we would have missed without his guidance. He knew all the names and cool facts about each of them. Celeste made us her famous rum punch and a yummy lunch to enjoy on the boat. What a great day!"
"I'm hooked! I tried paddle boarding for the first time on West Bay Beach and fell in love. For a newbie at this sport, I found it very easy to get started. The boards are in good shape, the paddles firm and the water lots of fun. Priced fairly and I went back again and again! Just 3 min. from West Bay Lodge!"
B.O.S.S. Breathing Dive
"Breathing Observational Submersible Scooter is a fabulous experience of about a 30 minute dive. I am not a diver or a swimmer for that matter and BOSS was very easy to use. Breath normally, no effort and much easier than scuba! The water and the reef were amazing! There is even a professional photographer who will take your photo under water. No need to be afraid....give it a try! Thank you Mellony for setting this up for us!"
"The girls in the office set us up with an experienced tour guide and we had a wonderful time at Mayan Eden. It was at the top of the Island and the views were spectacular. We toured the amazing butterfly and hummingbird arboretum and I must say the exhibit was very well done! We got to see the different stages of how a butterfly evolves and watch some hatching. We also got to play with the monkeys and birds, hold the
Scarlet Macaw and a boa constrictor if you wanted to. Have your camera ready. We also got to see other animals of Honduras in their cages. The entrance fee was only $10!"
South Shore Zip Line and Suspension Bridge Eco Walk
"This is just up the ridge from West Bay Lodge and when you arrive you will be amazed at the view! They have a cantina, gift shop, shaded waiting area, bathrooms and just about anything you need. Some of us did the spectacular zipline and others the tour of the jungle via walking paths and suspension bridges. The bridges offered such spectacular views with zipliners hootin' and hollerin' overhead, which was fun! Our guide showed us all the wildlife and medicinal plants with their uses. He was very informative. As it turned out our eco tour ended up at the same place as the zipliners, so we all took the bus back up to the top. Don't miss this amazing Roatan adventure!"
"We visited the park and I was very impressed. They have a huge collection of insect specimens, things to see and do and the Monkey section is wonderful where the monkeys climb over you and the trainers are very kind offering to take pictures with your camera of you with the monkeys. The macaw section was also impressive. The Coxen hole cave is nice and explains a bit of island history and about the pirate John Coxen. The staff are very knowledgeable and friendly. They also have zip lines through the park."