Gumbalimba Park is located in West Bay, Roatan, Bay Islands, Honduras. This beachfront park offers not only the water activities and leisure of the beach and ocean, but also diverse attractions in over 20 lovely acres. There's a treasure to be found here for everyone in the family (and who knows, maybe some pirate treasure, too)!
Gumbalimba Park features:
Animal preserve with jump-on-your-shoulders monkeys, free-flying exotic birds and other native animals.
Botanical gardens with over 200 colorful plant and tree species, numerous water falls and fountains, a picturesque hanging bridge over the fishing pond.
Peaceful sandy beach with lounge chairs situated for the sunlovers or hammocks hung among the tree clusters for shadelovers. Showers and bathrooms.
"Coxen's Cave" gift shop and pirate's cave, with artwork and history painted on the cave walls, life-size pirates, treasure, weapons and maps.
Gecko Café poolside café serves local favorites such as hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken fingers, & chicken sandwiches.
Freshwater pool with a kiddie pool.
Convenient water activities cabana on the beach.
Trivia: Gumbalimba Park is named after one of the native tree species in Honduras, the Gumbalimba Tree. This tree has a bright red, peeling, smooth bark and dark green leaves. Look for cut limbs from this tree used as fence posts on Roatan. Many of them will be growing, as the Gumbalimba tree can resprout from a broken branch!