Tabyana Beach Day
Duration: 4 hours
Tour Code: roa-001
Roatan is renowned for its amazing tropical settings and marine environment. Now imagine a place where the jungle meets a white powder-sand beach and crystalline clear waters that are home to some of the world's finest pristine coral, lap at the shoreline. This is the kind of place that many only dream of visiting, seeing themselves lounging on the beach, enjoying the aqua waters, lush tropical vegetation and cool Caribbean winds.
Tabyana Beach is this dream come to life and this wonderful half-day excursion allows you to make all this your reality. Boarding your transport at the pier, it's approximately a 1-hour scenic drive to this marvelous beach that provides visitors the best nature has to offer, along with the amenities that make any visit here comfortable and completely relaxing. Along with offering you a stretch of amazing beach and sparkling ocean, you will also be able to take advantage of fresh water showers with changing/restroom facilities, gift boutiques, cash bar and great Caribbean music. The more adventurous may want to do some snorkeling in this unspoiled environment and the coral reefs begin close to the water's edge. You can even join in a vigorous game of beach volleyball if you choose or go kayaking, followed by a cooling glass of ice water, iced tea or homemade lemonade (included at no charge).
Considered to be Roatan's finest beach, Tabyana Beach is truly an undiscovered paradise waiting for you to experience.
Please note: Walking on this tour is mainly at the guest's discretion and will be over sandy surfaces. This tour is not available to guests who utilize a wheelchair and guests with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of ability and stamina. Flat, comfortable walking shoes or aqua socks; swim suits, towel, a change of clothing; sun caps, sunglasses and sunscreen are suggested. Snorkeling equipment, kayaks and lockers are at an additional cost. Tour participants wishing to snorkel or swim should be agile swimmers. Tour participants taking part in any water activities do so at their own risk and responsibility and may be required to sign a release form before being allowed to take part in any snorkeling or kayaking activities.