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Coral Reef Explorer Glass Bottom Boat

West End Beach | In front of The Beach House Half Moon Bay, Roatan IB3100, Honduras
504-336-5597
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This a must do!! Just what we saw over the reef, amazing. Just make sure your camera is fully... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
baraman1
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Brantford, Canada
Love it, needed to go deeper into the ocean!

personally I love it, I don't know how to swim so it was the perfect activity for me. felt sad they... read more

Reviewed 22 August 2017
Cristina C
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Denver, Colorado
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On this glass-bottom boat and SemiSubmersible tour, you can see the Coral Reef without getting wet! Sit 6 feet below the crystal clear water in A/C comfort and glide through over 1 mile of Roatan's most precious resource . . . the Coral Reef! Listen to your tour guide describe the fantastic marine life and beautiful coral formations. Located at Roatan's most beautiful beach; West Bay Beach. Daily tours from 9am to 3pm.
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  • Average5%
  • Poor5%
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“feed the fish” (2 reviews)
“great trip” (3 reviews)
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West End Beach | In front of The Beach House Half Moon Bay, Roatan IB3100, Honduras
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504-336-5597

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Reviewed 6 days ago

This a must do!! Just what we saw over the reef, amazing. Just make sure your camera is fully charged. I ran out 3/4 of the way thru, so we did it again on a real sunny day. Stunning is all I can say.

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Reviewed 22 August 2017

personally I love it, I don't know how to swim so it was the perfect activity for me. felt sad they had to feed the fish for us to see them a lot better, but it was beautiful! water is so clear so you can...More

Thank Cristina C
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Reviewed 1 May 2017

This was a much better experience than I anticipated. It's very different from other glass bottom boats I have been on. Everyone sits below the water level surrounded by windows and even at the dock, it's surrounded by tropical fish. The trip goes through several...More

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Reviewed 6 April 2017

We were so pleasantly surprised with this glass bottom boat experience. The boat was so awesome. It had a lower chamber that you go down into and then there were big windows to watch all of the beautiful coral reef wildlife activity. We was loads...More

Thank Lisa W
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Reviewed 12 February 2017

For people who want to see the reef and fish without getting their hair wet. This is for you. It is a 45 min tour. They picked us up right at Infinty Bay Resort dock. Don't pay full price. I think we paid $25 us...More

2  Thank trevtinOntario
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Reviewed 21 January 2017 via mobile

Like in many places in the world, the corals in Roatán are plain dead. What you See is their cemetery. No Fish, no colors, a sad experience. The pictures the vendors show you were taken 30 years ago or thousands of miles away.

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Reviewed 29 November 2016

The reason most of the photos of this excursion show schools of sergeant majors is that the crew is feeding them off the side of the boat. This should be against the law as it is a bad thing to do for the fish and...More

Thank martyinGA
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Reviewed 23 August 2016

If you don’t want to get wet, this is your option to see the coral reef fish and turtles, it was a great experience

Thank Christian R
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Reviewed 26 July 2016

Glass Bottom Boats are a great way to see the underwater reefs if you do not know how to snorkel or dive. However, during our visit, the driver almost hit several snorkelers that were snorkeling the reef. I understand that he was trying to show...More

Thank DTailer
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Reviewed 27 May 2016

Was a very good of the reef and got to see a curio factory. very nice family business and craftsmanship. Ship was clean and glass was clear, easy to look through.

1  Thank VA45
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