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Galaxy Wave

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Roatan Monkey and Sloth Hangout plus ATV Adventure
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Roatan Monkey and Sloth Hangout plus ATV Adventure

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This is the ideal tour for animal lovers and adventure fans. Enjoy an action-packed tour to a wildlife sanctuary that’s home to sloths, monkeys, birds, and other native wildlife. Afterward, ride an ATV through remote villages, beaches, and mountain scenery with stops along the way for photos. During the tour, a guide enhances the experience with fascinating commentary and insights about local life, that you likely wouldn’t discover otherwise.
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Ramona G wrote a review 2 Apr
San Antonio, Texas1 contribution
I have not traveled yet. TripAdvisor helps me get answers. Hers a helpful answer that I would like to share. Galaxy Wave ferry If you are traveling from Roatan to La Ceiba we have free parking at our main terminal in Dixon Cove. If you are traveling from La Ceiba to Roatan, we do not have private parking since our terminal is located at the main port of La Ceiba. But the port captian does offer this service for a fee. You will have to present your identification and car registration at the main entrance to the port. They will charge you a fee of. $8.00 per day. You will also have to fill out a form. I recommend you arrive early to do this procedure since it may take some time.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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intlwanderlust wrote a review Dec 2019
Europe887 contributions256 helpful votes
We took the ferry to and from la Ceiba. At the window, I asked the lady, in Spanish, what the difference was between 1st and 2nd class. It was only $5 more, so how much better could it be. She assured me it was well worth it. Mas espacio, no hay mucha gente, hay bebidas, etc. etc. So, we 'splurged'. The size of the queue waiting to board made me wonder if Taylor Swift might be making an appearance. It was savagery at its finest. I watched with amusement, and disappointment, as people literally crawled under or over each other. Elbows were judiciously thrown, despite the security guy repeatedly reminding people to go slowly. Maybe Taylor Swift really was making an appearance. It got so bad they had to shut the door between the outside and inside waiting area. The outside looked liked a sardine can. This instantly prompted people to knock on the door, feigning an illness and requesting fresh air or claiming they just had to be next to their cousin/brother/aunt you name it. We let them duke it out and, even after waiting, as we were boarding, two ladies tried to shove past us. Does the ferry sometimes just take off without everyone on board?? WTF. Anyhow, as I was entering the 1st class, the ticket lady told me 'whatever you do, don't try to go outside from 1st class. You must come back down here to go out. As soon as I got upstairs, I saw why. Outside those doors were the masses. If I opened that door, it would be worse than Black Friday stampede. Inside first class was nearly empty! The ride over was fine and we were very thankful we paid the extra $5. On the way back we ran into very inclement weather. I hadn't read the reviews before booking and wish I had. I became very seasick. I could hear others vomiting. I took some medication even though it was too late for it to kick in, and went nearly an hour with my eyes closed and my head between my knees. Of our time in Honduras, the ferry was, hands down, our least fave thing. I recommend 1st and motion sickness. And something warm. And, if you're up for it, boxing gloves.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Wyatt H wrote a review Jul 2019
Fillmore, California16 contributions3 helpful votes
Terminal is clean. A bit confusing that you have to pay for the ferry at one window then go to another window to pay the terminal fee which was $2. Why can't you just put it together and make it easy for the customer? Boat was clean, however the trip was rough. They gave out bags to everyone. If that ride was 10 more minutes I would have lost it. It wasn't enjoyable. The friends we were with and my wife vomited. Upon arrival it took some time to get our bags. Bags had bugs on them which made me nervous. When I got home we sprayed the bags before even letting them in the house. I gave two stars because we did make it to Roatan on time, however it was not in anyway enjoyable.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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honduras77 wrote a review Jul 2019
Honduras161 contributions19 helpful votes
Went to Roatan from the main land to visit, it was a good ride and some good things to see. A good day
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Mark_Fitzgerald wrote a review Jun 2019
Townsville, Australia130 contributions50 helpful votes
As boat trips go, this is simply a ferry service that was our tour company's preferred way to get over to Roatan. The $31 USD, 2 hour late afternoon service leaves around 4:30 and when paying for your ticket, you receive a Motion Sickness tablet, which was a fair indicator on how the trip was going to be. From the upper open deck, the journey was pleasant enough for the first 1/2 hour, at which time I noticed 3 crew members with plastic bags and paper towels strategically placed around the deck. Whilst I do not feel ill or the effects of the rolling and pitching vessel, the crew members were kept busy dispensing "chummy kits" for about an hour. The vessel was clean, appeared to be well maintained and not over-crowded. I'd advise to not sit in the last 3 rows of the open deck if you do not want to get soaked with the spray from the prop wash.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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