This a 100% natural 40 acres of the Carambola Botanical Gardens and their many jungle trails offer a perfect place for hiking, wildlife and scenic photography, Eco tours, bird watching, nature studies, and of course, relaxation. So, "take a walk on the wild side" and watch the playful Monkey La La scurry along jungle trails as you enjoy flowering plants, orchids, medicinal plants, exotic spices, fruit and nut trees, including the very popular "Chocolate Tree" and the world famous Honduran mahogany tree. Plan to make your way to the summit of Carambola Mountain where along the way you will see an area where nature has provided a near sheer cliff, thus protecting natural Iguana species and parrot breeding grounds historically known as "Iguana Wall". Up on top, sit, relax on the summit deck, and enjoy Roatan's most magnificent views with all the color and splendor the distant coral reef. We greet you a warm welcome at the ship terminal where you will begin on a guided tour through residential area hearing and learning all about Roatan rich culture from your guide while making your way up to high points for photo opportunities of the surrounding. After that, you will head over to the butterfly garden to see and learn about the different types species of butterfly, birds, and monkeys we have here on the island. After enjoying your tour and playing with the animals, you will head down to the Carambola Botanical Garden where you will be hiking through their natural trail and learning all about their history and Inspiration for the development of Carambola Botanical Gardens on Roatan Island it came from several visits to Lancetilla Gardens in Tela, Honduras. The Tela Railroad Company established Lancetilla as an experimental site in 1926. In 1974, the name was change to Botanical Gardens Dr. Wilson Popenoe, in his honor for establishing this experimental garden with exotic fruit trees and ornamental from around the world. This garden boast the world’s largest collection of Asian fruit plants and today is one of Roatan outstanding Eco destinations. This name is appropriate for us at Carambola to honor this extraordinary American explorer, educator and friend of Latin America. After that, you will head down to west end fishing village for you to visit the chocolate & rum factory for a tour of the facility and try free sample of homemade chocolate and mixed rum and rum pastries here on the island. You will also have a chance to walk around the town for your shopping, dining, and photo opportunity of the highlights of the town before making your way down to West Bay Tabyana Beach for a nice cooling swim with your family and friends, you will have access to a beach chair, changing room, bathroom, fresh water shower, and free WI-FI.