Roatan Island: Half-Day Eco-Walk, Zip-line & Beach Tour
- See the flora and fauna of the Honduras jungle from 8 suspension bridges
- Experience the jungle up close on 1.5 kilometers of paved walkways
- Fly through the canopies on zip-lines
- Kick back and relax at the beach after your adventures
Each suspension bridge is 4 feet wide and has a capacity of 10 people. The bridges vary in length from 150 feet to 200 feet, making them the longest and strongest bridges in the Western Caribbean. There are concrete walkways with wooden steps and handrails.
On this half-day adventure, you’ll begin with a leisurely walk through the jungle, keeping an eye out for birds, lizards, iguanas, and admiring the Tarzan vines, tropical flowers, and fruit and nut trees.
After your eco-walk you’ll head to the zip lines. Feel the wind through your hair as you fly through the canopies!
Finally, you’ll have a couple of hours to kick back, relax, and enjoy the sun, sand, and sea at the beautiful sand beach.
- Any necessary equipment
- Experienced guide
Prepare for the activity
Mahogany Bay Cruise Center directions: Exit the ship and walk up the main path into the shopping area. Continue past the fountains, through the shopping area, to the red-topped building on the right. Enter that building and walk to the end past where the white taxis are parked. Make a left and walk up the hill. You will see a green gate. Go through the gate and down the hill. Your South Shore Canopy Tour guide will be on the right holding a South Shore Canopy sign. Town Center/Coxen Hole Cruise Center directions: Exit the ship and walk into the main shopping area. Look for the large Diamonds International shop on your right. Bear to your right and look for the white wooden booths where tours are being sold. Look for the numbers above the booths. South Shore Canopy Tour is booth number 2, on the left. We suggest that you print directions for both cruise centers so that if your ship has a last-minute change in docks you will be prepared.Open in Google Maps ⟶
The weight limit for individuals on the tour is 300 pounds. Participants should be in decent or moderate walking condition as the tour involves several stairs, etc. The tour is not handicapped accessible.