Come Discover Roatan with Hyde Tours

There are many great activities in Roatan and a glass-bottom boat tour is one of the best. Experience the reef and all its wonders from the AC comfort of the boat. No need to get wet, swim out to the reef, just sit back and enjoy the ride. Hyde Tours are also on the most experience transport companies on the island, if you need transport for your family or group, do not hesitate to contact them. Learn more below:


Hyde Tours is proud to provide you with the best transportation service, tours, safely & efficiently. Explore underwater views from our glass-bottom boat.

Our Semi-Submersible / Glass Bottom Boat tours allow guests to explore the Roatan reef, which is the part of the second-largest reef system in the world. Experience the reef with all its vibrant marine life in comfort, and without even getting wet. Tours are suitable for people of all ages and are especially popular with kids.

Tours leave from the Fosters dock in West Bay Beach and the Half Moon Bay Resort dock in West End, and are available from 9.00 am to 4.00 pm every day. Call us to book a tour on (504) 9991-2257 or just come by our docks and take part in a scheduled tour.

Hyde Tours also offers private island tours to all the islands major attractions and transport services both personal and for groups. With a focus on personalized customer service, let the experienced team of tour guides and drivers show you the very best of their island home, Roatan!

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What People Say About RTN!

*I love it because I am here on vacation, and I wanted to know what I could do so I turned on the TV, and boom there was my answer. It’s very educational for the guest much better than the magazine that usually is there. — Island Visitor

*It’s been wonderful we’ve had a lot of people come into the clinic because they saw the commercial on RTN. — GARM Clinic

*We felt the difference immediately we’ve had people coming from hotels they open the door looked at me and said they were coming to say hello, come on over and say hello. — Roatan Chocolate Factory