Coral Reef, Starfish & Shipwreck Snorkel w/ Beach

Starting at
$79.99 / Adult (ages 13 and over)
$69.99 / Child (ages 12 and under)
Mahogany Bay, Roatan
Difficult Activity Level
No Minimum Age
4.5 hours
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Snorkeling Adventure: Experience the wonders of the second largest coral reef in the world and a protected marine park located four miles off the coast. This is a snorkeler’s paradise where you can get up close to coral reefs, a starfish sand bar and a shipwreck. Flutter your fins around the shallow waters of Starfish Alley where dozens of bright red and orange starfish lay on the sandy ocean floor. Prepare to be awed by the vibrant array of coral gardens and tropical fish swimming around the reef. Jump into the water for an up-close view of a shipwreck and the chance to see the sunken treasures and sea creatures zipping around the bottom of the sea.

Beach Club: Relax at the beach palapa tasting a local snack, sunbath on a tropical beach club. A bar-restaurant is available on site where you can purchase drinks and meals.

Panoramic Viewpoint: Stop at a panoramic point where you can see a beautiful panoramic view of the coast.

What’s Included:

  • Snorkel gear, 2 snorkel sites by boat, bottled water and snack.

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Requirements & Restrictions: Minimum age to snorkel – 8 years. Maximum weight – 300 lbs. For safety reasons, pregnant women, and guests with back or neck injuries or heart/respiratory conditions may not participate in this excursion. Guests must be in good physical condition and be strong swimmers in order to participate in this excursion.

What to Bring: Beach towel and credit/debit card for purchases. While visiting Roatan, you will be on the Bay Islands National Marine Park, the largest protected marine area in Honduras. Please do not litter, and do not touch, disturb or buy souvenirs made from marine life. Your support makes all the difference; help conserve this marine protected area. And as time permits, please visit the Marine Park’s kiosk as you transit through the Mahogany Bay Cruise Terminal to learn more about this precious resource.