Juan Manuel Gálvez International Airport is an airport located on the island of Roatán. It serves national and international air traffic of the island.
Roatan is serviced with weekly non-stop flights from several US gateway cities on American Airlines, Delta Airlines and United Airlines.
Airport Code: RTB
This cruise project has become an important milestone in cruise tourism in Honduras, and more specifically the Bay Islands. The two-berth cruise terminal is capable of accommodating up to two post-Panamax ships simultaneously with over 8,000 passengers. The facility is located in a stunningly beautiful region locally known as Dixon Cove, on the southwest coast of the island of Roatan.
Safe Way Maritime provides ferry service between the island of Roatan and the port city of La Ceiba. The ferry has been so successful that today it is the most important and cost-effective means of transportation between Roatan and the mainland of Honduras, carrying both passengers and cargo.
The quintessential Caribbean getaway that offers everything you would expect from a tropical destination and much more! This peaceful 11.5 acre private key conveniently located just three minutes across the bay from the Roatan cruise pier and is the perfect location for cruisers to maximize their short time in Roatan. White sand beaches and crystal clear Caribbean waters can be enjoyed within minutes of arriving in Roatan.
The Black Pearl is Roatan’s first and only golf course. This 18-hole, par-72, 7200 yard championship golf course was created by world famous golf course architect Pete Dye. The course starts at the ocean’s doorstep, rises into the island’s rolling foothills, then takes golfers on a wild ride back to the seaside clubhouse.
Enjoy a thrilling soar through the treetops of Roatan, Bay Islands, Honduras with Canopy Tour of Gumbalimba Park. Zip from tree to tree high above the lush jungle floor. 13 exciting traverses will take you all the way from the top of Roatan's mountainous backbone to the middle of the beautiful sandy beach of Gumbalimba Park, West Bay.