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"Our favorite ziplines on Roatan"
These are beautiful ziplines and really nice park to check out once you've finished. None of the lines are really long or very high but still very fun! The guides are very friendly and work for tips so they really strive to show you a good time. They let you zipline upside down, and in other positions that make the lines more exciting. The park has come cool animals that you can interact with as an added bonus. I would say this is a must visit spot on Roatan.Visited March 2016
In what seems to be the middle of nowhere in Coxen Hole, Roatan, is a little piece of Eden...Mayan Eden that is. A butterfly and hummingbird sanctuary as well as home to white face monkeys, toucans, macaws and other small animals, this was a treasure to find on our tour of the island. Jose, our guide, was extremely knowledgeable, friendly and loves doing what he does. He explained the whole reproductive cycle of the butterflies and pointed out many sights we would have missed without him.
"Zip lines, monkeys, and butterflies..."
We went zip lining here, which was booked for us by the tour staff outside our hotel. The guides were very friendly, and spoke English well. There were four of us, and we were given a private tour. You have to walk a little way uphill to start the zip lines, but once you reach the top, the lines are situated so that where one ends is close to where the next starts. The last one lands you where the monkey tour starts, so there is minimal walking or climbing, once you reach the first line. There is a photographer who goes with you, and will sell you a CD with all your photos for $35. After completing the zip lines and seeing the monkeys, we walked through the butterfly house. Our total time there was around 2 hours. You can pay with US dollars, or credit card, but I recommend taking cash to tip your guide. By the way, make sure your currency does not have any tears or tape on it. American money is widely accepted in Roatan, however it will not be accepted if it is damaged or taped.Visited April 2016