Roatan VIP Free Style Private Tour
Enjoy your visit to the island of Roatan with your very own personal guide who can design your day around your specific interests. Allow your guide to assist in planning your itinerary in advance or design your trip when you arrive. A little bit of exploring and a little bit of beach fun, this tour of the island of Roatan is full of adventure. Whether you enjoy relaxing on the beach, exploring the shops and restaurants full of local culture, visiting unique attractions, or splashing in the surf with various water sports, this Roatan excursion has it all.
Your tour guide will provide you with fascinating information about Roatan's unique history and culture and help you choose from the many options available for spending the day. Visit any number of scenic outlooks for amazing panoramic views or visit fascinating attractions such as an iguana farm, a monkey park, museums, botanical gardens, and many other sights. Whatever your interest, your guide will help you choose the best options for experiencing the island.
If you prefer more action, you can swim or snorkel over the second largest barrier reef in the world. The pristine waters surrounding Roatan feature pillar coral, Elkhorn coral, brain coral, staghound coral, lettuce coral, parrot fish, yellow tail snappers and many other species of underwater life. There are places to rent snorkeling equipment and kayaks, and local operators offer horseback riding, zip-line tours, glass bottom boats, and other fun activities (at an additional cost). You can also stroll along the beach, visiting unique souvenir shops and points of interest, or simply relax on a beach chair, enjoying the sun and breeze.
All travel will be via a comfortable, licensed, air-conditioned vehicle. Your guide will accompany you to your chosen activities, sharing facts and points of interest along the way.
Bring comfortable clothing and shoes suitable for walking, as well as a bathing suit if you plan to snorkel and enjoy other water sports. Sunglasses and sunscreen are recommended, and you would be wise to bring some insect repellent. Guests must be capable of walking for more than one mile to participate in this tour.
Reviewer: Bob Lehman
We had a very enjoyable island tour with our guide and driver, Carol. He explained aspects of the island as we went along. He made stops at a rum cake factory, a chocolate factory and at the monkey and sloth exhibit. A lighlight of my visit was being able to hold a sloth. Carol was eager to go as long as we wanted or to do whatever we wanted to enjoy the day. I knew we would have an enjoyable excursion through Costco as I knew they would Vet the companies they use.
Reviewer: Leslie Karisch
This tour was perfect for us. We knew we wanted to go snorkeling, but didn't know what else to do. Our tour guide Kevin Dilbert made suggestions and we ended up seeing the sloth/monkey sanctuary and iguana sanctuary. He took us to the Garifuna Festival April 12th, marking the 200th year anniversary of the first Garifuna people reaching Central America. He then took us to Christopher's Cafe to enjoy an authentic Honduras lunch and relaxation, followed by an awesome snorkeling adventure. Kevin was very informative and friendly, and made this the best excursion on our cruise.
Reviewer: Richard Branecky
Our tour of Roatan was great and our guide was very personable and friendly. We had a very nice four-hour tour with him and found the island to be beautiful. This tour was very much worth the price. We would definitely use Shore Excursions Group again.
A varied group who all got to see and do things that they wanted in the time allotted. JB was knowledgable, was thrown many queries which he responded to with confidence. The group split up as not all wanted to go to the beach but we all came away feeling like this was a worthwhile excursion. Holding a three toed sloth was the highlight of my trip. Thanks for looking after us guys.
Reviewer: Harry Kopy
Just my wife and I, and our tour guide, Kembron Dilbert, who kept us totally informed and took great care of us the whole time. While we weren't riding in anything fancy, his vehicle got us to where we wanted to go and back. First a tour of Roatan, while some places were nice, we also saw the poorer side of the city. A side stop at a souvenir shop, and then to a private beach. The beach was an extra $15 per person, but worth it. Included beach chairs, nice facilities and beautiful sand. Mostly though, no one trying to sell you anything! Finally he brought us to a restaurant for lunch. Authentic food from the area. Wish I could recall the name. They had Iguana on the menu, though I heard it was very bony. We had sandwiches, mine with lobster, hers shrimp, and the spices they used were amazing. Would love to taste that again Kembron stayed close enough to us in case we needed anything, yet far enough away that we didn't feel like someone was spying one us! Great job Kembron!