Gumbalimba Park is home to Roatan's only Monkey Village. The village is home to several whiteface monkeys who roam freely in the canopy above. Monkeys come down from the trees to interact with tourists.
You can experience free-flying Macaws on Roatan at Gumbalimba Park. Macaws are the largest birds in the parrot family, and you can pet, interact, and photograph yourself with live macaws during your visit.
Sloths are native to Honduras, and there are several hanging around the park at Gumbalimba. Keep your eyes open as you move around the part, and you're sure to see one of nature's most fascinating creatures.
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You don't have to be a monkey or a sloth to hang around Gumbalimba Park. The zip-line at Gumbalimba Park will add a sense of adventure to your overall experience. The perspective of the island from the tree canopy is unparalleled. See the island from a new perspective, a vantage point only experienced by Roatan's wildlife.
The canopy starts out at 300 feet above the highest mountain on Roatan's West Bay. The zip line has twelve lines and seventeen platforms. It is the only zip-line on Roatan, which starts you out in a lush tropical rain forest, flies you over a wild pond, and drops you off at the water's edge - right on the beach. You are guaranteed to see free-flying macaws, monkeys, iguanas, and all sorts of birds and other wildlife.