On a Mango Creek Lodge boat tour, you can discover Roatan’s culture, history, mangroves, and Pigeon Cays.
On Roatan’s East End, nearly all transportation is accomplished by boat. Many homes and businesses are built over the water on stilts for easy access, and man-made channels and mangrove canals connect the few villages. On this tour, you will visit the local villages Oak Ridge and Helene to learn more about daily life on the island’s East End.
Roatan has a rich and interesting history. On this tour, you will boat around the East End to learn more about Roatan’s Paya Indians and pirates.
Roatan’s mangrove canals provide a safe passage for boats travelling from the East End toward the western side of the island. These canals also provide a great opportunity to get an inside view of the mangrove’s unique flora and fauna.
The Pigeon Cays are a pair of postcard-perfect tropical islands off the eastern tip of Roatan. On this tour, you’ll picnic on the sandy beach of an uninhabited isle and then snorkel the reef just beyond the sand. Along the way, you’ll see the islands of Morat and Barbaret.