A beach in Roatan, Honduras

Cruise to Roatan, Honduras

Roatán’s diverse blend of cultures and traditions is enough to charm anyone. But its mangrove forests, dense jungles, and swaths of white-sand beach will make you want to stay forever. Divers and snorkelers from all over the globe flock to the largest of Honduras’ Bay Islands every year see to the world’s second largest barrier reef firsthand. Roatán cruises provide access to laid-back beach towns and secluded shores. On the Big Island, you can mingle with monkeys and “Jesus” lizards, snorkel with stingrays, and zipline through rainforest canopies. If it’s culture you crave, the island’s unique and vibrant blend is more than satisfying— made up of ex-pat sun seekers, Hondurans from the mainland, descendants of European settlers, and Garífuna, whose Afro-Carib-Arawak heritage still flavors centuries-old communities like Punta Gorda.
National Language Spanish, English
Currency Accepted Honduran Lempira (HNL), U.S. Dollar (USD)

Things To Do in Roatan

Capuchin Monkey on tree limb at the Gumbalimba Park Nature Reserve, Roatan, Honduras

Roatan, Honduras, Gumbalimba Park Nature Reserve Capuchin Monkey



At the Gumbalimba Park nature reserve you can hang with monkeys and parrots, snorkel alongside exotic fish and rays, chill in a beach hammock, and zipline through the rainforest canopy.

Pier with water taxis at the West End Village,  Roatan, Honduras

Roatan, Honduras, West End Village



Wander the West End Village to get a real taste of Roatán life. At this bohemian island enclave, you’ll find lots of restaurants, bars, craft shops, and piers lined with water taxis waiting to ferry you to popular spots along the coast.

Man snorkeling with fish in a marine reserve, Roatan, Honduras

Roatan, Honduras, marine reserve snorkeling coral fish


Head to the Sandy Bay-West End Marine Reserve for some of the best diving in the world during your Roatan cruise. Encompassing 8 miles of coastline, the reserve is home to 38 unique dive sites, all within a 15-minute boat ride from the coast.

A bowl of conch soup

Roatan, Honduras, Conch Soup


If you like seafood, get ready to feast like royalty in Roatán. Try the conch soup or the tapado— a hearty seafood stew made with plantains and tropical root vegetables. Rum is the go-to spirit, but Honduran beers like Port Royal and Salva Vida are local favorites.

Purses on display at a souvenir shop in Roatan, Honduras

Roatan, Honduras, Souvenir Shop


To get your fix of duty-free designer boutiques and souvenir shops, check out The Town Center at Port of Roatán. For local handmade arts and crafts, including Lenca pottery and Garífuna folk art, stop by Yaba Ding Ding. And try to squeeze in a trip to the Shawn Jackson Gallery, a showcase for the marvelous underwater photos by the renowned West End photographer.

Insider's Tips
Insider's Tips
1 The best way to travel between Roatán’s West End and West Bay Beach is by water taxi.
2 If you run out of sunscreen, pick up some cactus juice lotion. Produced locally, it protects against the sun’s rays and also repels bugs.

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