Things to Do on Roatan
Things to do on Roatan are many and support any lifestyle you may wish. From Golf, Diving, Deep Sea or ‘flats” fishing to the fine arts of ‘beach-combing’ and ‘hammocking’. This section will point you in the right direction for the research you wish to do to fulfill those needs.
You’ll be surprised with the varied and interesting things to do on Roatan!
There are so many things to do on Roatan on your vacation! Roatan Bay Island provides an endless amount of activities filled with adventure including exploring caves, wildlife observation, golfing shopping and of course, some of the best beaches in the world with some of the WORLD’s BEST snorkeling and diving!
Why not try them all!?
First, discover exotic creatures. Observe sea turtles, lizards, and iguanas, all in their natural island habitats. Who knows, you may even spot a whale shark, the gentle mannered mammal is about the size of a school bus! Nature lovers definitely enjoy doing these things on Roatan.
Then, grab your golf clubs. Golf a championship course created by world famous, golf architect, Pete Dye. (Pete Dye is one of only three golf course designers in the world Golf Hall of Fame. Roatan boasts The Black Pearl, a one-of-a-kind, 18 holes, 72-par golf course, which offers fourteen holes with stunning ocean views.
After that, go shopping! You can try everything from roadside souvenir & produce stands to restaurant/food roadside stops to modern strip malls with great restaurants and U.S. style grocery stores. Everything your heart can desire can be found in Roatan.
Finally, don’t forget to embrace the beach! Sample the diverse beaches, which surround the islands. Roatan has an abundance of white sandy beaches to enjoy, but Roatan’s shoreline also contains both mangroves and iron shore. Mangroves are trees, which grow in the water and provide a natural filtering system and a protected area for young marine life to thrive. In addition, iron shore, which, is a fossilized coral reef can also be found along the shore.
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