Let me start by saying this is not some phony, man-made enclosed area with some imported plants. This is nature pure and simple, modified with some paths, bridges and seating areas. The owner bought the area and keeps it well maintained for the visiting tourists, most of them (and us) from the cruise ships.
It does cost $10 without a guide but we just wanted to walk around and observe the local flora and fauna. One can argue about the admission price all day but we have paid the same or more for less in other islands. Lots of birds, lizards and beautiful plants and trees. You can walk all the way upslope to the top for a grand view of the island but we did not want to exert the effort on this humid, warm day so we just walked around the paths.
Gardens are not for everyone but if you are on Roatan with some time to spare, go visit this attraction.
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