Monkeys & Sloths Hangout


Embrace Honduran wildlife. Feed monkeys, hug sloths!



Embrace yourself, Animal lovers! Here’s your chance to get up close and personal with Roatan’s amazing variety of tropical birds and animals on this fun and informative “Monkey & Sloth Hangout” tour. From cuddling a Roatan sloth to saying hello to the Capuchin monkeys and clicking photos with the raccoon (only seen in
this part of the world), you’re sure to catch glimpse of native species that are often hard to spot in the dense Honduran jungle.

Enjoy half-day of ecological fun exploring Roatan Sloth Sanctuary, which is one of the island’s favorite touristic attractions amidst the rugged hills and natural rainforest canopy. Not only does this quaint hangout promise to take you on an adventure of a lifetime but also caters to an eclectic mix of wildlife and culture — evident in villages, gorgeous viewpoints, and local landmarks.

While a visit to ‘The Monkey & Sloth Sanctuary’ brings you face-to-face with a family of Two-Toed Sloths, it is its exemplary wildlife rescue work and love for animals that make this experience one of a kind in Roatan. A small family run animal sanctuary nestled in the small community of French Cay; it has gradually grown into a safe and loving
environment for animals — and that’s why it is called The Hangout, “home”.

1 review for Monkeys & Sloths Hangout

  1. Lisa P.

    This was our first time booking an excursion outside of Carnival Cruise Line, so I was a little nervous. It turned out great! We did the Sloth and Monkey tour. Jensen picked us up, was very informative and talkative along the way. Short drive till we got there, and then he stayed on site while we did the tour. Tour itself was amazing. They let you take all of your own pictures and don’t rush you at all. The whole family loved it! When we finished, Jensen was right there ready to take us back. For everyone afraid of missing the ship– the tour was only a couple of hours. So we left about 9:30ish and Jensen had us back to the port before noon. We had plenty of time to shop and wander before the ship departed at 5:30pm. Some people in the group even arranged to go to a beach after the sloth/monkey tour. That’s how much time you had left over. No one was pier running on this trip! Super nice people!

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