Roatours

Unforgettable Adventures Await in Roatán

Looking for a laid back yet exciting vacation experience during your stay at Infinity Bay? Roatán offers travelers all kinds of adventures such as snorkeling through the most breathtaking dive sites, zip lining among the tropical flora, having encounters with wonderful animals like dolphins or sloths and so much more. Of course, there’s something to be said for heading to the beach or pool and doing absolutely nothing at all. Whether you want exhilaration or relaxation, the choice is entirely yours.

Contact us today to plan your Roatán adventure!

Dolphin Encounter

Price:
$90.00 per person
Transportation Included

Length:
30 minutes

Amenities:
Lockers, fresh water showers

Min/Max. Capacity
1-10 guests
2 days advanced booking

What to bring:
Comfortable clothing, camera, towel, sunscreen and swimwear.

The dolphin encounter allows all ages to enjoy time with the dolphins and doesn’t require any swimming experience. Your exploration begins as you travel across the Bailey's lagoon to the dolphin’s island, home to a large family of Atlantic Bottlenose dolphins. At a beach-front cabana, a brief orientation will be given and then you'll walk along a white sandy beach to wade waist deep into the crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean. A dolphin trainer will give you a personal introduction to a particular dolphin and will also provide you with the opportunity to touch, kiss and play with this lovable creature. During the session, a professional photographer will take pictures of you and your new friends, which you’ll be able to purchase at the gift shop after your experience.

Dolphin Snorkel & Swim

Price:
$125.00 per person
Transportation Included

Length:
1 hour

Amenities:
Lockers, showers

MinMax. Capacity:
1-10 guests
3 days advanced booking

What to bring:
Comfortable clothing, camera, towel, sunscreen and swimwear.

Additional Information:
No pregnant women, must be at least 8 years old, no cameras during snorkel.

In this activity you will first do the 30-minute Dolphin Encounter and then get to snorkel with 10 to 12 dolphins for 30 minutes without a trainer. (This is one of the few centers in the WORLD where you can experience it in this way.) The naturally curious dolphins are free to interact with you as they choose. Typically, a pod will approach you so you can pick up seaweed and play catch. The snorkel session will provide maximum opportunities for physical contact with the dolphins. Make sure you book this tour in advance as the activity is limited to 10 people per time slot.

Dolphin Action Swim

Price:
$145.00 per person
Transportation included

Length:
45 minutes

Amenities:
Lockers, Showers

MinMax. Capacity
1-8 guests
3 days advanced booking

What to bring:
Comfortable clothing, camera, towel, sunscreen and swimwear.

Additional Information:
No pregnant women, must be at least 5 years of age.

This energetic activity begins with a brief introduction to two dolphins, which will greet you on the platform with a handshake, a kiss and a friendly smile. You’ll then enter the water for an amusing swim to experience an exhilarating “Footpush” as the dolphins push you by the feet above and around the water’s surface, allowing you to feel their power! Then enjoy a tranquil ride around the lagoon while holding onto their smooth dorsal fins for the famed “Dorsal Ride.” In addition, they will amaze you with various water behaviors, vocal skills, tail splashes and applause. This is a MUST-DO!

The Black Pearl Golf Course

Price:
9 holes $75.00
18 holes $145.00
36 holes $285

Club Rental:
Men’s $35.00
Women’s $25.00

Dress Code:
Collared shirt
Golf shoes recommended

Rates do not include transportation.

The Black Pearl at Pristine Bay, Roatán’s first and only golf course, is a 18-hole, par-72, 7200-yard championship golf course created by Pete Dye, the architect who designed several state-of-the-art golf courses around the world. The course starts at the ocean’s doorstep, rises into the island’s rolling foothills, then takes golfers on a wild ride back to the seaside clubhouse. It features one of Dye’s signature island greens and the 18 holes offer stunning vistas of the ocean. The Black Pearl also includes practice facilities that feature a driving range and a practice chipping green designed to create an atmosphere of game-improvement, one that encourages guests and residents to enhance their skill sets while honing their games on one of the region’s most playable layouts.

38 Feet Luxury Yacht Charter

Price:
$800 Half Day (4 hours)
$1500 Full Day (8 hours) 

Amenities:
Fishing equipment, drinks and snacks
Full day charter includes lunch

Min/Max Capacity:
1-16 people

What to Bring:
Comfortable clothing, sturdy footwear, camera, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, towel and swimwear.

Charter this luxury yacht with Captain Cuny and his crew for fishing trips or just to cruise around the island. During the charter, you can deep-sea fish for tuna, wahoo, mahi-mahi and marlin at one of the many amazing fishing sites. Or you can take your family and friends to remote snorkel destinations or deserted beaches on the island, where you can enjoy a picnic and party cruises.

The yacht has all the best fishing equipment, including Penn reels and a large variety of lures along with fighting chairs and harnesses. Amenities include: an air conditioner, a bathroom with a hot water shower, two private bedrooms and a salon with a sleeper sofa to sleep a total of six people. The salon also has a flat screen television with a DVD player and a stereo. Also, the galley has a refrigerator, a microwave and a stove. Special trips and requests are available.

Cayos cochinos

Price:
$180.00 per person

Length:
8 hours

Includes:
Snacks, lunch, and open bar

What to bring:
Comfortable clothing, sturdy footwear, camera, towel, sunscreen, swimwear and snorkel gear.

Cayos Cochinos consists of 15 small islands and is a national marine monument listed in the National Geographic as the tenth place you must visit in the world, and is long renowned as the Caribbean’s last untouched deserted island. On this trip, you see all 15 keys and visit four of them. Your journey will begin onboard a powerful motorboat with a skilled captain and crew. During your one-hour journey there, you can look out for dolphins or possibly even the elusive whale shark. You will snorkel to three breathtaking snorkel sites at the Cayos Cochinos National Marine Monument, where you’ll be able to see 66 species of hard coral, coral reefs, atolls, sea turtles and other iconic species. But the highlight of your trip is arriving on the one-acre village island of Chachauate. The community is made up of 100 Garifuna villagers with descendants from Africa, Island Carib and the Arawak people. All of the villagers will treat you to a traditional island lunch of grilled snapper and plantains as well as rice and beans.

Pigeon cay 

Price:
$180.00 per person 

Length:
8 hours

Includes:
Snacks, lunch, and open bar

What to bring:
Comfortable clothing, sturdy footwear, camera, towel, sunscreen, swimwear and snorkel gear.

Go all around the island to get a different perspective from off shore! This excursion takes you to three pristine snorkel spots, which are some of the best on the island: Spooky Channel, Palmetto Bay Shipwreck and Pigeon Cay. Pigeon Cay is a picturesque deserted island at the very end of Roatán with gorgeous beaches, turquoise clear waters and unspoiled coral reefs. Once on the cay, the captain and crew will spoil you with drinks, fresh fruit and a surf and turf lunch served with champagne right on the water’s edge. 

Horseback riding 

Price:
$65.00 per person
Transportation Included

Length:
1 hour

Min/Max Capacity:
1-8 guests

What to Bring:
Long pants, sturdy footwear, camera, sunglasses and sunscreen.

Additional Information:
Reasonable physical condition, not recommended for pregnant women and people with brittle bones.

Get out of the water for a while and explore the beach on horseback! Meander along a lazy stretch of beach in the town of Sandy Bay.

The ride is ideal for first-time riders or mature riders looking to get back in the saddle. While on the beach, you will have the opportunity to try a few trots. But it’s more about enjoying the scenery and being in the saddle. Join us for some amazing riding!

Pirates, Birds and Monkeys 

Park:
Adults: $35.00
Kids: $25.00 (up to 10 years of age)

Zip line and park:
$65.00 per person

Snuba $75 pp
Park and snuba $95 pp
Canopy and snuba $125 pp
Canopy, park and snuba $145 pp

What to bring:
Comfortable clothing, sturdy footwear, hat, camera, sunglasses and sunscreen.

Taking place at Gumbalimba Park, this is a perfect adventure for the entire family. Where else can you play with monkeys and parrots, tour the history of the island, ride a zip-line through the jungle canopy, explore the aquatic life while breathing underwater, kayak the picturesque reef, eat at a pool-side grill and relax in a hammock or a lounge chair on the beach. The park offers an animal preserve with jump-on-your-shoulders monkeys, free-flying exotic birds, friendly turkeys, lizards, iguanas and other exotic animals. Botanical gardens have over 200 colorful plant and tree species, numerous waterfalls and fountains with a picturesque hanging bridge over the pond. Coxen’s Cave is a historical tour including a pirate’s cave with artwork and history painted on the cave walls, life-size pirates, treasure, weapons and maps. Water activities such as snorkeling, SNUBA and kayaking are available for an additional fee. 

Jungle Canopy Zipline

Price:
$55.00 per person
Transportation included

Length:
45 minutes

Amenities:
Lockers
 
Min/Max. Capacity
1-20 Guests
2 days advanced booking 

What to bring:
Comfortable clothing,  sturdy footwear, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen and bug spray.

Additional Information:
No pregnant women or children under 6.

One of Roatán's most popular activities, the canopy tour is composed of platforms and steel suspension cables strung at various heights between the trees. They offer visitors a unique means of accessing the beautiful and remote areas of Roatán as well as breathtaking Caribbean views.

The canopy uses only the best safety approved gear and puts your welfare first with highly trained and experienced staff who personally assist you through the zip lines. Zip through lush Roatán tropical island vegetation filled with exotic wildlife and beautiful island palms, fruit and nut trees in addition to the famous Gumbalimba trees. From the start on the launch platform to the last swinging bridge, a new world will unfold as you glide through this natural ecosystem.

Roatán Dune Buggy Tour

Price:
$119.00 Single Rider
$89.00 double rider per person,
Transportation included 

Length:
2 hours

Amenities:
Showers

Min/Max. Capacity
1-20 guests
2 days advanced booking
 
What to bring:
Comfortable clothing, sunscreen and bug spray.

Let the Roatán Dune Buggy take you away from the crowds for unique excursions in small, personalized groups. You will explore the back roads and trails through the beautiful, tropical island of Roatán, where you may spot exotic birds, iguanas, monkey lalas and a local species of lizard as well as parrots, toucans and others. The tour takes you through impressive scenic views. You will ride through the jungle, forest, on hills, in mud pits and see phenomenal ocean views. The Dune Buggy tour is sure to please families, friends and couples looking for a fun and adventurous way to see the rarely seen side of Roatán.

51 Feet Luxury Catamaran Charter

3 Hour Sunset Sail:  $95 per person
Drinks and snacks
 
Half day sail: $115 per person
4-5 hours, open bar, snacks, lunch and snorkeling
 
Full day sail: $150 per person
8 hours, open bar, snacks, lunch and snorkeling
 
Custom Charters:
Open bar, meals, snorkeling, Cayos Cochinos, Guanaja, Utila, Pigeon Cay, parties, overnight trips.

Enjoy a day of sailing and snorkeling aboard a 51-foot fully equipped, modern sailboat. During your sail, you will explore the coast and stop to snorkel the mighty Caribbean Reef. Both captain and crew have extensive experience sailing the Caribbean so you are invited to take the wheel and get involved in this journey. After the sailing and snorkeling, you will be transported back to the resort. Lunch and refreshments are provided as well as snorkeling gear. Snorkeling instructions are provided for first-time snorkelers along with flotation vests.

Glass Bottom Boat

Price
Adults: $40.00 per person
Kids: $20.00 per person (Up to 12 years)

Length:
45 minutes

Min/Max Capacity:
1-20 guests

What to Bring:
Comfortable clothing, sturdy footwear, camera, sunglasses and sunscreen.

The Glass Bottom Boat has been taking tourists through the reefs of West Bay Beach for over 12 years. It’s more than just a glass bottom boat. You might call it similar to a "semi- submarine." On our boat, you will sit six feet BELOW the surface with windows on either side of you and air conditioning. Imagine looking through a life size aquarium! This trip is perfect for non-divers and people of all ages to enjoy great family fun!

Deep sea fishing

Price:
Half day sail: $350-$450
Full day sail: $800-$1200
 
Amenities:
Fishing equipment, drinks and snacks
Full day charter includes lunch
 
Min/Max Capacity:
1-8 people
 
What to Bring:
Comfortable clothing, sturdy footwear, camera, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, towel and swimwear.
 

Charter your own boat with a captain and crew to fish the deep seas of Roatán. You’ll use professional grade rods, reels, lures and live bait. On this adventure, you can fish for wahoo, tuna, mahi-mahi, barracuda, blue marlin and sail fish.

Discover Roatan Tour

Price:
$65.00 per person
 
Length:
5 Hours
 
Min/Max. Capacity:
2-10 guests
2 days advanced booking
 
Price does not include admissions to parks, water taxis, lunches and/or drinks
 
What to bring:
Comfortable clothing, sturdy footwear, hat, camera, sunglasses and sunscreen.

The Discover Roatán Tour is a great way to see real island life through the comfort of an AC vehicle with an experienced English-speaking island historian. The tour will depart from West Bay and wind through the lush jungle hills to the farthest point on the other side of the island-Oak Ridge. This large fishing village has colorful houses built on stilts and is the famed area that 15,000 pirates once called home. From there, take a water taxi ($10 per person) around the bay and through the Jonesville Mangrove tunnel, one of the most impressive natural sites on the island. Then stop for lunch at Cal's Cantina, Palapa Parrot Tree Plantation or any other local restaurant of your choice! On your way back, stop in at the Chocolate Museum, where you will enjoy learning about the production of artisanal chocolate and its role in the Mayan culture. Finally, experience the charm of West End, a bohemian village with the top bars, restaurants and souvenir shops. Our guide will show you the real beauty and soul of Roatán and can make detours upon request.

Submarine Expedition

Min/Max Capacity:
2 guests 

Additional Information:
Group size restriction may apply.
Rates do not include transportation.
 
What to bring:
Comfortable clothing and study footwear, camera and sweater

Roatán is home to the deepest diving submersible, offering tours down to 2,000 feet to the public. In addition, it is the longest operating deep diving tourist sub in the world (since 1998) and the only one piloted by its inventor. It has been the subject of a documentary and featured on television programs around the world, including National Geographic and the Discovery Channel.

1000 ft/ 305 M (1.5 hours) - $500 PP We explore down the second wall, which drops between 200 to 700 feet (60-210 meters) and around a huge field of boulders at its base. At 1000 feet (305 meters), we can often see over 200 feet (60 meters) horizontally using only natural light. The animals you can encounter include: sea lilies, glass sponges, pom-pom anenomes and lace coral.

1500 ft/ 460 m (2.5 hours) - $700 PP We spend an entire extra hour picking along the boulder fields at the base of the wall. Cat sharks and two types of unusual lobsters are commonly spotted. Doing this dive in the evening increases the chance of seeing more bizarre creatures as they come up from deeper water to feed.

2000 ft/ 610 m (3.5 hours) - $900 PP We have finally made it to the land of perpetual darkness. This region of the ocean covers more than half of the planet. The animals here have never known daylight nor season. Many of the creatures date back before the dinosaurs. Fish that you may encounter include: jelly-nosed eels, rough sharks and chimera.

Six Gill Shark Expedition 1500 ft (5-9 hours) We go with bait attached to the front of the sub and sit and wait at depths greater than 1500 feet. The sharks that arrive are up to 18 feet long, much larger than any meat eating shark that can be seen in the shallow waters of this area. This is the dive that National Geographic came to Roatán to shoot and the producer called it the most exciting assignment he ever had on the job.

Contact us today to plan your Roatán adventure!

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