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Dense jungles, pristine beaches, and warm Caribbean waves await lucky visitors to the isle of Roatán. Beloved by locals and tourists alike, Roatán boasts beautiful beach towns to the west and tropical rainforests awaiting visitors deeper in the island. If you're looking to avoid the crowds but still experience the best of both worlds, consider a stay at one of our Parrot Tree vacation rentals, one of Roatán's best-kept secrets!

How to find Parrot Tree

A peaceful, largely undeveloped slice of Roatán, Parrot Tree lies tucked away on the south side of the island's central coast. From the ferry landing in Dixon Cove, follow the main road as it winds past stunning coastal views and through gorgeous jungle landscapes. Stop in nearby French Harbor for lunch, then continue until you reach Parrot Tree Road. Follow the dirt road south and you'll be greeted by charming houses, lush vegetation, and crystal clear Caribbean waters.

What to do in Parrot Tree

The main attraction of Parrot Tree is its beach resort, the Parrot Tree Plantation. Free WiFi in the common areas, cable TV, shared pools and hot tubs, laundry service, and more are provided with a stay in any of the comfortable suites. The Parrot Tree area also boasts a white sandy beach that's every bit the rival to what you'll find in West Bay or West End. Luxuriate on the soft white sands or splash around in the crystal clear waters with the kids. There are plenty of chairs and shady spaces for relaxing on shore, while snorkel gear rentals let you dive under the waves to see fish and coral structures.

Sightseeing near Parrot Tree

Thanks to its location near the center of the island, Parrot Tree is perfectly placed for exploring Roatán. You can easily see the less-visited attractions on the east side of the island, including savory treats and sweeping views at Jonesville Point Marina & Trico Bar and Grill. Even farther east is the Flamingo Cultural Center, a small museum supporting local dancing, arts, and more. Westward, meanwhile, are more famous attractions. The Pirates of the Caribbean Zipline lets you take a thrilling look at the island's jungles, while Arch's Iguana Farm and Daniel Johnson's Monkey and Sloth Hang Out offer a low-key way to see the local wildlife.

Between the sleepy atmosphere and amazing sights, Parrot Tree has everything you need for your next Caribbean vacation. Take a look at our resort rentals today and start planning for an unforgettable getaway!

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