Roatan Sloth Sanctuary
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The Daniel Johnson Monkey & Sloth Hangout has grown into a favorite animal excursion for travelers to Roatan. The Sloth is the main attraction. Roatan's Sloth Sanctuary makes for the perfect photo opportunity.
MONKEY & SLOTH HANGOUT
The Daniel Johnson Monkey & Sloth Hangout has grown into a favorite animal excursion for travelers to Roatan. The Sloth is the main attraction. Roatan's Sloth Sanctuary makes for the perfect photo opportunity. A limited amount of tourist is allowed to hold the sloth. Visitors are also allowed to hold White Face Monkeys, Spider Monkey, Capuchin Monkeys, Parrots and Scarlet Macaws! The sanctuary is also home to the "Guatusa," commonly known as an Agouti, but Roatan locals call them "Island Rabbits." There is also a South American raccoon for guest to admire. This activity is one of Roatan inexpensive activities, and it often makes it as a top highlight and a favorite thing to do in Roatan. The Sloth Sanctuary is located in French Harbor, only 40 minutes away from Roatan's popular West End.
PRO TIP: Monday-Friday: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM, Saturday: 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM, Sunday: Closed
Where is the Sanctuary?
Fun & Family Centric
The Sloth Sanctuary visit is a very enjoyable and relaxing experience. From the sanctuary, visitors enjoy a lovely view of Little French Key and Big French Key. One of the unspoken attractions are the Mangroves. Tourist can walk among the Mangroves and see Sloth hanging out on the Mangrove trees. Photographs of sloths in an open habitat are priceless.