Come and explore the less developed areas of the east end of Roatan from the comfort of an air-conditioned bus or minivan. Experience the beautiful landscape traveling along the central ridge of the island looking down at the turquoise water and infringing reef on both sides of the island, North and South .Your guide willenlighten you on the history of Roatan and its unique local culture. Also inviting you to sample fruits in season and learn about medicinal and herbal plants that she carries in her basket during the tour. Meander through the historic 2-mile long Dixon Cove in an island-style boat. Capture amazing photo opportunities of the island’s keys, red mangroves, and the visible shipwrecks of the Tulum and the Alexander during this harbour sightseeing tour. On a clear day the mountains of the mainland can be seen about 36 miles away. The Garifuna, descendants of Black Carib Indians and African slaves who settled here in1797 are the most ethnic race group on the island. They have maintained their lifestyle, culture and language to this day .You will get a glimpse of this around the statue of “Satuye” their famous leader located in Punta Gorda, the Garifuna community. At YUBU the Garifuna Experience you may enjoy their music and dance performance, which has not changed much over hundreds of years and you will have the opportunity to learn greetings in their native tongue. The dances performed are the Junkanoo , where the men are dressed up as women and the Punta which shows the skilful movements of the women dances.
Duration: 3 ½ hrs