West Bay Tours Roatan :
Welcome to Roatan! We specialize in Roatan boat charters, Roatan fishing trips and send 2 boat trips to Cayos Cochinos every Wednesday and Thursday. Cayos Cochinos is an hour boat ride from Roatan and we send out our 38 ft Luxury Yacht or a 600 HP speedboat. The deserted islands are a world famous marine reserve and UNESCO world heritage site. National Geographic described "The waters around this collection of coral cays are a marine biologist's dream". Cayos Cochinos became famous as the set of the show Survivor.
Nothing is more important than keeping our guests happy. We help guests charter clean, safe, well maintained boats/ sailboats/ yachts for Roatan fishing and snorkeling trips. We also offer many other popular excursions in Roatan. Check it out!
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|Roatan to Cayos Cochinos Marine Park, all day snorkel trip||Pigeon Cay with 3 snorkel stops, lobster and shrimp lunch||Roatan Deep Sea Fishing 4 hours|
|Snorkel with Dolphins in Roatan||Roatan Dolphin Encounter||Roatan Zipline Canopy|
|Roatan Island and Mangrove Tour||Roatan Zipline, Beach, Island Tour Combo||38 ft Roatan Yacht Charter 4 Hrs Snorkel, Fish and Party|
|28 ft Sailboat Charter Roatan- 4 Hour Sunset Sail||30 ft Roatan Fishing Boat Charter - 4 Hrs Snorkel, Fish, Party||52 ft Catamaran 4 Hour Sunset Sail in Roatan|
Awesome Things To Do in Roatan:
Cayos Cochinos is an ecological wonder of the world and the film site for Survivor Italy, France and Spain. Cayos Cochinos is only reachable by boat and made up of 13 small cays and two large island (Cayos Menor and Cayo Grande). The Smithsonian has a permanent research station to study and discover new marine life in the reef. Cayos Cochinos contains the Garifuna Village of Chachahuate which was originated in the 1800s when a slave ship crashed on the island. Today there are 100 villagers who live in huts, speak an African dialect and survive of rain water and fresh fish they catch. The village will be the highlight of your trip! Our boat trip includes 2 snorkel stops in the Marine Park, fresh fish lunch with the villagers and open bar.
Roatan Boat Charters/ Roatan Yacht Charters:
We help guests charter clean, safe, well maintained boats for Roatan fishing and snorkeling trips. Our Roatan Deep Sea Fishing Yacht is fully equipped with professional equipment, bathrooms and a captain with 15 years of fishing in Honduras. Renting a boat allows you to explore the islands and reefs on your own terms. Boat charters range in price from $300-$800 for half day charters (4 hours) and $600 to $1600 for full day charters (8 hours). Boats range in size from 15 ft local boats, mid sized boats (around 30 ft) , Luxury Yachts and Catamarans (50 ft and above) . We also offer boat trips to Pigeon Cay, Private Cayos Cochinos Trips, Utila Whale Shark Expeditions. Our boat charters leave from the West End and West Bay and we can arrange pick up from the cruise ships or resorts.
Roatan Deep sea fishing is a must for serious anglers. The best fishing spots (deep water ledges/underwater sea mounts) are only a couple of miles away. You typically Sportfish in Roatan for Tuna, Barracuda, Wahoo and Mahi Mahi, Grouper and Snapper. You can either charter a boat or we help pair guests up with other anglers to split the price. September is Marlin Season and Marlin fishing is main event at the Roatan International Fishing Tournament. Roatan has great Fly Fishing and flats fishing for bone fish and permit. Fly fishing in Roatan is much easier with an experienced guide and the best flats are on the East End of the island or in the mangroves of Palmetto bay.
Roatan Excursions/Roatan Tours:
We plan around cruise ships to make sure you go on the least crowded days with the best the weather. In the past we have helped: Corporate groups like Colgate go on 40 pax Sunset Sails, Wedding parties swim with dolphins (children to 75 year olds), Many families go fishing from resorts and cruise ships, Honeymooners have those perfect moments in Cayos Cochinos!