"Flying Magical Beach Chair" Isla de Roatán Things to Do Tip by Dabs

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In my mind I had envisioned the Flying Magical Beach Chair as something needed to get passengers from the cruise port to the beach so I figured it must be a really long walk and that the incline was really steep, otherwise why would they install what was essentially a ski lift?

After seeing the actual Flying Magical Beach Chair, I'm a little perplexed at why they built it, the walk from the entrance to the chairlift and where it ended up was about 5 minutes on foot and while there was a slight incline, it certainly wasn't like the mountain I had imagined.

The website says it's $12 for an all day pass, I guess you could use it multiple times if you were to go back to the ship for lunch and then back to the beach

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  • Written Feb 1, 2012
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  • SWFC_Fan's Profile Photo
    Jan 27, 2013 at 12:45 PM

    That looks like my kind of ski-lift - no snow (or skis!), lots of sea and sunshine...and a beach at the end of it! :-)

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