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Roatan has so many fun Things to Do in the water, on the beach, and throughout the Island itself!

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 wit the turtles and dolphins, diving the worlds second largest barrier reef, fishing, riding scooters, horseback riding, underwater camera fun and relaxing at our pool with a famous Celeste rum punch!

These are just a few of the Things to Do when you visit us. We have many tourist brochures at the front office/gift shop and are glad 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 that you are prepared for any activity you choose!

Enjoy the video and a special thanks to Bee Guillory for her fabulous work!

West Bay   West Bay
Paddle a sea kayak...
Ride in a clear kayak to see the reef...
Dolphin Dive   Glass Bottom Boat
See a dolphin show, sign up for a dolphin encounter,
or dive and snorkel with the dolphins...it is amazing!

Explore the reef by riding the Glass Bottom boat!
It docks just a short way down the beach.

Gardens at Carambola   Butterfly Garden
Visit Carambola Gardens and learn about the medicinal aspects of tropical plants and beautiful orchids!

Photograph the natural beauty of the
Butterfly Garden.

Monkey   Zip Line   Roatan Pirates
Play with monkeys...
Zip through jungle canopy...
Discover the Roatan pirates...

You can use most major credit cards to purchase your tours or activities and buy refreshments and souvenirs. USA cash is also acceptable. You may get your 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.


Roatan Island Honduras Photos Web Site Design  by: Bob and Lynne Millsaps