Roatan Shore Excursions
In recent years Roatan
has become more and more popular as a cruise ship holiday destination.
Currently over 100 cruise ships visit Roatan each year the majority of
these cruise ships arrive between November and April each year.
The Roatan cruise ship dock is located in Coxen Hole and is approx 1 km
west of town which allows cruise ship visitors the option of easily exploring
Coxen Hole on foot if desired. A more popular option for cruise ship visitors
is to take an organised Roatan Shore Excursion. There is a variety of
options and ways to explore Roatan on your cruise ship visit.
With miles and miles of sandy coastline and an off shore reef, water activities
such as diving, snorkelling, swimming, kayaking and just relaxing on the
beach are all popular Roatan shore excursion options. You can also explore
Roatan by boat, motorbike, car or seaplane. The island offers some wonderful
scenery from the jungle topped ridges to the sandy coconut lined shorelines
making exploring the island a popular Roatan shore excursion.
Roatan shore excursion option is to explore the island on an Island Tour
with one of the islands many local tour guides. This is a great way to
not only explore Roatan but also to learn about Roatan and its unique
history which includes, local Indians, African slaves and off course the
Pirates of the Caribbean.
You will also find some exciting tour activities on the island for Roatan
shore excursions which can be visited on there own or as part of an island
tour, you can hike in the Botanical Gardens in Sandy Bay, visit the world
famous Arch's Iguana Farm, visit the quiet fishing villages of French
Harbour and Oak Ridge, watch a traditional Garifuna dance in Punta Gorda,
take a mangrove tour in Jonesville and even explore the rainforest with
a jungle canopy - zip line tour.
Roatan Shore Excursions are varied but one thing you can be sure of is
your time in Roatan will be a memorable one.
For Roatan Shore Excursion options check out the tours offered by Roatan
Shore Excursions at www.roatanshoreexcursions.com
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