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Embrace Your Wild Side: An Adventure Seeker’s Guide to Roatán Honduras

Are you planning on taking a Carribean trip this winter? Have you considered booking a trip to Roatán, off the coast of Honduras?

Well, if you haven’t, it’s time to start.

Read on for your guide to Roatán Honduras, where to stay, and what you can do while you’re there.

Where To Stay In Roatán

When you’re planning your trip, you’ll want to start out by making sure you have somewhere to stay. Look around, and find out what’s in your budget. One of the top available options is Boutique Hotels, found on the east end of the island.

What To Do in Roatán

There are lots of wonderful outdoor activities you can try out in Roatán. The area is home to the world’s second biggest barrier reef (the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef), so you’ll definitely need to book some time snorkeling or scuba diving while you’re there. If you’d rather stay above the water, book yourself a glass bottom boat tour.

There are so many beaches in Roatán, you won’t be able to enjoy them all in one short visit. If you’re more interested in the scientific part of nature, make some time to visit Daniel Johnson’s Monkey and Sloth Hangout, or Carambola Gardens if you’re a fan of plants.

Plus, in such idyllic surroundings, you’ll want to take some time to relax. Plan at least one spa date during your trip, so that you’ll be nice and refreshed when you get back home.

You can even do some shopping when you visit Roatán. There are tons of little local shops you can explore, particularly in the west end of the island. If you venture to Coxen Hole, you should be sure to visit the major market there.

What To Eat in Roatán

If you’re a foodie, you won’t want to miss out on any of your delicious options. Of course, like most islands, there’s plenty of different seafood restaurants so you can enjoy your access to fresh fish and more.

You can sample Honduran food if you haven’t had it before. There are also vegetarian food options, and options available for people with other dietary restrictions. And, there are nightlife options in Roatán too, if you’d like to dance the night away.

Check Out The Other Islands

When you visit Roatán, you can take daytrips to other nearby islands. Some of the other islands in the general vicinity include:

  • Cayo Grande
  • Little French Key
  • Guanaja
  • Utila

Just makes sure you put on plenty of sunscreen, so that you don’t get burnt when you’re travelling between islands!

Plan Your Trip to Roatán Honduras Today

Clearly, there’s no end to great things to do and see when you’re in Roatán Honduras. So, start planning your trip today.

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