We snorkeled, hung out in an air-conditioned cabana, had a lobster lunch, drank a few local beers, did a little shopping for local stuff, and then headed back to the ship. The snorkeling was incredible. The reef (2nd largest in the world) was about 200 yards from shore.We accessed it from a snorkel boat with a local guide. We loved the lobster lunch that Paul and his girl (cannot spell her name) cooked up fresh for us and served at the gazebo. The beach was amazing. Our cabana had an inside and outside shower. Chaise lounges were provided. The entire family had a fabulous time and hated to see the day end. For reservations, contact David Paul at email@example.com. They will arrange to meet you at the pier. This was by far the nicest excursion we ever experienced in 25 years of traveling. And at $70 US dollars for the transfer, guided snorkel trip, cabana, and lunch, it was also the best deal we ever found. Don't miss this one if you're in the neighborhood!
- Also Known As:
- Lost Paradise Hotel Roatan
- Lost Paradise Inn Roatan, Honduras - Bay Islands