Tours & Activities

Hole in the Wall Our East Island Excursion 

One of the most visited tourist attractions on Roatán is the Hole in the Wall restaurant, which is in Jonesville on the island and is only accessible by boat. Run by the infamous Captain Ed, it’s a unique dining experience that offers classic Caribbean dishes in a quirky environment, and is certainly unlikely any restaurant you’ll have been to before!

Greatest Scuba or Snorkeling in the Caribbean 

Scuba diving is one of the most popular activities on Roatán, the most affordable place in the Caribbean to get certified, then snorkeling is another excellent way to explore what’s beneath the surface of the ocean that surrounds the island. The Mesoamerican Barrier Reef is home to an incredible amount of marine life, and you can see plenty of it with just a snorkel and diving mask. 

As the largest of Honduras’ Bay Islands, Roatán has a thriving local scene and plenty of interesting activities to get involved. Part of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, the island offers some of the best diving in the world, pristine beaches and a wealth of marine wildlife.

Roatán’s  Monkeys and Sloth plus island tour

our most popular attraction on Roatán for adults and children alike is Monkey and Sloth island excursion which offers visitors the chance to see a variety of islands animals at a family-run sanctuary. There is a range of different tours and animal experiences for tourists at the sanctuary, but the highlight for many people is the chance to feed and hold some of the sanctuary’s adorable rescued sloths.  We include various stops to see some unique photo opportunities, jungle family brewery, north shore beaches, shopping and western side beach time.

Ride a Horse Along the Beach

Horse riding is a fabulous activity that has grown in popularity in recent years, as a more environmentally friendly way of exploring an area that is less strenuous than a hike. In Roatán you can take part in a group excursion that will see you riding a trained horse through the waves of the Caribbean Sea, along the sand and into the rainforest, enjoying every aspect of the island’s scenery.