Mangrove Canal: Treat yourself to the experience of a lifetime as you board a Dufuna Boat (inspired in history by dugout canoes used by the Miskito tribe on the north coast of Honduras and dated back to Africa 8,500 years ago). You will steam through a one-off a kind Mangrove Sanctuary and observe birds in their natural habitat, followed by a unique canal where you will be surrounded by mangroves on both sides while learning about their importance as natural feeding grounds for shrimps and marine creatures.
Capt. Jerry’s Day Pass: Nestled on one of the most unique waterfronts in Roatan enjoy all you can eat shrimp at Capt. Jerry’s, a 1981 boat house transformed into a restaurant and straw market, where you can find hand-made souvenirs and unique gifts while enjoying a spectacular ocean view.
Accessibility: Tour is ambulatory accessible; you must be able to take a few steps (up/down) and walk short distances. Collapsible wheelchair can be stored.
Requirements & Restrictions: Minimum age – 2 years. Children 11 years and under participating must be accompanied by an adult 18 years or older.
What to Bring: Beach towel and credit/debit card for purchases. Hat, sunglasses and comfortable shoes.
Good to Know: The sequence of stops may vary by tour. Marine life sightings cannot be guaranteed since it varies by season and weather conditions. 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.