Category Archives: French Harbour

All About French Harbour Roatan

There are multiple fun neighborhoods to check out while visiting Roatan, and each is unique in its offerings. French Harbour boasts several activities that are only available in this part of the island - reason enough to spend a day here, if not your whole vacation! Take a look at all that French Harbour Roatan…
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One Week in Roatan

A vacation in Roatan can be anything you want it to be: full of adventure and activity or utterly relaxing and stress-free. Here are a few ideas for one week in Roatan if you're coming to our beautiful island soon. Plan as little or as much as you'd like...but don't forget to set your watch…
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Beachfront Resorts in Roatan

Roatan has diverse topography and neighborhoods, with the shoreline changing from beach to iron shore to mangroves all around the island. If you want your accommodations to be right on the beach, make sure you're looking at beachfront resorts in Roatan specifically. There are many options to choose from and areas of the island to enjoy.…
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Tourist Information for Roatan

A visit to the Caribbean island of Roatan will delight the senses...breathtaking views, fragrant tropical flowers, the cheery birdsongs that wake you up each morning. A vacation to Roatan truly refreshes you. If you're planning a visit to our lovely isle, here's some valuable tourist information for Roatan to help you stay organized. Get to…
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Choose a Dive Shop in Roatan

If you'll be visiting Roatan for a dive vacation, you have plenty of choices when it comes to your dive center. Depending on the type of vacation you're taking, you'll want to remember a few things as you choose a dive shop in Roatan. Choose a Dive Shop in Roatan Based on Location Roatan isn't…
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All About Pristine Bay Roatan

Roatan is the largest of the Bay Islands of Honduras, drawing the largest number of tourists via international direct flights and Western Caribbean cruises. With the convenience of a direct international flight of less than 3 hours to multiple U.S. cities, more and more tourists are heading to Roatan for a tropical escape. In this…
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Grocery Stores in Roatan

The Bay Island of Roatan is the most developed of the three main Bay Islands of Honduras. The largest of the group, Roatan has a resident population of approximately 100,000 people, plus a constant stream of tourists visiting the island temporarily. Given this large population – and especially the large expat population – the grocery…
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Cruise Ships in the Bay Islands

The Bay Islands of Honduras receive visitors from around the world on a daily basis. Many arrive via the international airport on the island of Roatan, while others arrive via domestic flights or ferry trips from the Honduran mainland. But there are also many visitors who arrive via cruise ships in the Bay Islands. The Bay Islands…
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Golf in the Bay Islands

The Bay Islands are well-known for the plethora of water-based activities - especially scuba diving - and other fun things you can do. But did you also know that the Bay Islands boast one of the region's most celebrated golf courses? Yes, you can golf in the Bay Islands as you overlook the stunning Caribbean Sea...it…
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Which Cruise Lines Visit Roatan?

The island of Roatan is the largest of the Bay Islands of Honduras, and it welcomes guests on board a variety of cruise ships. Most Western Caribbean cruises now stop at a combination of Cozumel, Belize, Costa Maya, or Roatan, with some continuing to Grand Cayman as well. Several cruise lines visit Roatan now, as…
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About the Roatan Marine Park

The Roatan Marine Park is an outstanding example of local residents coming together to protect and conserve local natural resources. The efforts of this organization have undoubtedly helped preserve the beauty of Roatan for future generations to still enjoy. History of the Roatan Marine Park What we now call the Roatan Marine Park was originally…
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