Iguana Quest

Iguana Quest
Excursion Highlights:
  • Experience an unforgettable, close encounter with over 300 free-roaming green iguanas at Arch's Iguana and Marine Reserve.
  • Enjoy a 2-hour, family-friendly adventure, with opportunities for personal interaction with baby iguana hatchlings and photo sessions.
  • Learn from a bilingual guide about conservation efforts and the diets of these fascinating creatures.
  • Visit the vibrant aviary and feed the park's tarpon fish at the water's edge for a fully immersive nature experience.
  • This tour is a must-do for animal lovers and those short on time but want to experience Roatan's wild side.
Price: $39.00
Ages 4 and under are free.
Choose Options My Cruise Itinerary
Shore Excursion Size ? Standard
Shore Excursion Type Animal Interaction
Shore Excursion Duration 2 Hours
Activity Level ? Easy
Shore Excursion Leaves From ? The cruise ship pier, or an approximately 15-minute walk from the cruise ship pier.
Food/Beverage Provided Not Included
Recommended Dress Comfortable Clothing, Hat, Tennis Shoes Or Comfortable Sandles, SunglassesComfortable Clothing, Hat, Tennis Shoes Or Comfortable Sandals, Sunglasses
Restrictions This tour is wheelchair, collapsible wheelchair, walker, and motorized scooter accessible

This 2 hour, family-friendly tour gets you up close and personal with iguanas as well as many other types of animals. Upon arrival at Arch's Iguana and Marine Reserve, you will meet Rico and a batch of baby iguana hatchlings for personal interaction.

Have your photo taken with your new, scaly 4-legged best friend, then be greeted by more than 300 natives, free-roaming green iguanas that will want to be fed and loved. Your bilingual park guide will take you on a tour through the park while sharing everything from current conservation efforts to what a green iguana eats.

Step into the aviary and listen to the sounds and songs of the colorful parrots and macaws in the tree limbs overhead. Conclude your tour at the water's edge where you will participate in feeding the park's tarpon fish. This tour is a must-do for animal lovers and those who enjoy nature! Reserve your spot today.