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Manawakie Park, Roatan

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Manwakie Eco Nature Park

Is the first outdoor nature park, where you will live and learn Roatan culture and history, at the same time interacting with the most beautiful exotic animal, it's a guided tour of all ages.

This is a family park of culture, sloth's and monkey's.
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  • We loved every minute of our visit to Manawakie Park! Our guide, Tyron and our sloth keeper, Jerry were both so friendly, knowledgeable, professional and polite. They let us take our time, answered....  more
    We loved every minute of our visit to Manawakie Park! Our guide, Tyron and our sloth keeper, Jerry were both so friendly, knowledgeable, professional and polite. They let us take our time, answered....  more »
  • This was one of the best experiences I’ve had in my life! Capuchin monkeys that climb all over you and sloths you hold like a baby. It was awesome. William drove us in and explained Roatan to us. It.....  more
    This was one of the best experiences I’ve had in my life! Capuchin monkeys that climb all over you and sloths you hold like a baby. It was awesome. William drove us in and explained Roatan to us. It.....  more »
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  • This was the highlight of our cruise. When we arrived in Honduras, we didnt realize that we scheduled the tour in local time, so we had to kill an hour or so. Once it was our time to be picked up, Danny was extremely nice. He drove us to Manawakie while telling us about the island and even stopping for us to take a picture of a scenic place. Once we arrived to the park, I was a little nervous as it doesn't look like much but don't judge a book by its cover! It started pouring right as we pulled up, so Ordie rushed us into the museum. She was so cheerful and playful. She told us the history of the island and showed us examples. Then we went to meet Poncho. He was my FAVORITE part! Next, we met George, the parrot and Hope, the sloth. Both we super adorable. The people that work here really care about the animals and put their comfort above showing them off. We got to learn about native plants and herbs. We loved Ordie and highly recommend her. We opted to go to the beach and Danny drove us to one, with a pit stop at another scenic view and a chocolate factory. He was quiet but offered information when asked. He took us to a resort with a pool, bar, and restuaran . The beach there wasn't what we expected but my husband got to snorkel and aee fish so he was excited. Danny stayed with our things as we swam and waited until we were ready to go. He drove us through the island talking about culture and traditions. Such a sweet guy! Don't miss out on this gem of a tri . We stopped in 4 different countries during our trip and this was our favorite ❤
  • Fun visit with sloths, informative, no rush. A couple monkeys, birds and deer. Great staff. Out a new well paved Mudhole road . Watch for the sign on inland side of the road.

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