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Gumbalimba Park

Gumbalimba Park, West Bay, Roatan, Bay Islands, 34101

The Basics

Gumbalimba Park packs in a variety of Roatan experiences in one place, making it a popular option for visitors with limited time on the island. A basic admission ticket to the park includes the pirate cave, botanical gardens, animal preserve, and the swimming pool; other activities and equipment rentals, including canopy tours, snorkeling, kayaking, and underwater scooter excursions, cost extra.

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Shore Excursion: Gumbalimba Preservation Nature Park & Beach Getaway
Shore Excursion: Gumbalimba Preservation Nature Park & Beach Getaway
USD75.00 per adult
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Gmbalimba preserve — Roatan
Ron our driver made this tour more memorable, he was patient, a good listener ensuring that he helped deliver our likes and make small modifications if needed and avoid dislikes. The park provided a good educational tour along with some fun time monkeys, macaw’s.
Shailesh_S, Mar. 2023

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Gumbalimba Park is a must for families and visitors with limited time on the island.

  • Don’t forget to bring your camera, as the park is filled with photo ops.

  • Remember to bring a bathing suit, reef-safe sunscreen, sunglasses, and a towel.

  • Park facilities include bathrooms and showers.

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How to Get There

Gumbalimba Park is in West Bay. Buses pick up passengers from the cruise ship dock for shore excursions to the park. If you are staying locally, book a tour to the park that includes round-trip transportation, or arrange for private transportation through your hotel.

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When to Get There

The park is open daily from early morning to late afternoon. Plan to visit on a clear day, as most of the park’s activities take place outdoors. Gumbalimba Park gets busy with cruise ship travelers, so avoid visiting the park when a ship is in town for the least crowded experience.

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Wildlife at Gumbalimba Park

The park is named for a tree native to Roatan called the gumbo limbo, and it provides a habitat to several free-roaming species. While in the park look in the trees for colorful macaws, white-face monkeys, and native iguanas—some of which are part of the park’s rescue and rehabilitation program.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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