Maya Key Private Island: Escape to Maya Key, a private 11-acre oasis of fun and relaxation. There is no better way to spend your day than at this natural setting of pristine beaches with the sand between your toes while sitting in a comfy lounge chair or dreamy hammock. You can relax beachside or kick back on the expansive sunning deck by the pool. The pool’s shallow and shaded area is ideal for families with small children.
Snorkeling: Set out from the island’s private dock and explore the active and beautiful shallow reef.
Wildlife Sanctuary: During your visit to Maya Key, you'll have the opportunity to see and interact with various animals on a tour through the animal rescue facility. See macaws, toucans, parrots, monkeys, and Honduras’ jungle cats such as jaguars and ocelots, plus hear their unique stories and how they came to Maya Key.
Honduran Culture: For history buffs, the Mayan Interpretation Center and Ethnic Honduran Art Exhibit Center provide a peek into Roatán’s history and culture through displays and artifacts.
Lunch: Our island chefs serve up a traditional lunch overlooking the pool, beach and the Caribbean Sea.
Requirements & Restrictions: Minimum age to snorkel – 8 years old. Maximum weight – 275 lbs. For safety reasons, pregnant women, and guests with back or neck injuries or heart/respiratory conditions may not participate in this excursion. Must be able to swim and be comfortable swimming with water over their heads.
What to Bring: Beach towel, insect repellant and cash or credit/debit card for purchases.
Good to Know: Your adventure begins with a scenic boat ride across the bay to Maya Key. Gift shop with local crafts for purchase available on site. Lockers available to rent. 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.