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Roatan welcomes divers and snorkelers eager to explore the thriving coral reef. Boaters, beachgoers, and water-sports fans enjoy the sparkling seas, too. The island also has a multicultural population, some descended from pirates.Find Cruises Sailing to This Port
Visit the Caribbean’s largest barrier reef, the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef. Lying just offshore, it's a favorite spot for divers and snorkelers to see colorful corals and an amazing array of marine life.
French Harbour and West Bay offer Central American arts and crafts, brightly-painted pottery, wood carvings (notably wooden instruments), costume jewelry, tee-shirts, cigars and clothing. Basketry, embroidery, textile arts and leathercrafts are also great shopping items in Roatán.
Indulge in complementary rum and rum cake treats at the Roatán Rum Company while overlooking the crystal blue waters of the Caribbean.
With the highest concentration of restaurants located in West End and West Bay, you will find traditional island food as well as delicious "North American" offerings and plentiful seafood.
Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere, friendly local service and Caribbean charm of restaurants in Roatán. With the highest concentration of restaurants located in West End and West Bay, you can enjoy an ocean view at sunset as you drink a salva vida (a local beer meaning "life saver"), or a local cocktail such as the monkey lala. After the sun sets, dine on fresh local seafood or gourmet international cuisine as you enjoy the sights and sounds of the Caribbean sea.
The US dollar (US$) is generally accepted all over the island; however, your change is mostly given in Honduran lempiras.
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Roatan welcomes divers and snorkelers eager to explore the thriving coral reef. Boaters, beachgoers, and water-sports fans enjoy the sparkling seas, too. The island also has a multicultural population, some descended from pirates.