(B, D) Day 4 – The objective today is to reach the Western tip of Roatan.
This section of coastline is home to the most beautiful beaches and dive sites on the island.
The group will paddle roughly 8 miles today which may seem like a short distance, but will definitely fill up most of the day as we explore the sandy beaches and mangroves in search of wildlife and cold drinks.
Transportation to and from Roatan, lunches, one dinner, drinks, personal clothing and equipment, full medical, baggage and trip cancellation insurance, airport taxes and guide gratuities. Roatan is one of the Bay Islands off the coast of Honduras.
The Caribbean waters offer a diverse array of world class diving, snorkeling and tropical diversity.
(B, D) Day 7 – On our last day of paddling will cover the remaining coastline of the island and arrive back at Paya Bay.
This leg will take us through a canal on the Northeast end of the island which is also the most remote section of paddling.This will be one of our longer days of paddling as we round the tip of the island and make our way back East along the southern coast.