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Many major airlines fly direct nonstop from the USA to Roatan(RTB) from multiple gateways on Saturday including American Airlines, Delta, and United. There are many direct flights from the US and several connecting flights through the US gateway cities of Miami, Atlanta, Houston, and Dallas.


Roatan is known for its stunning beaches, coral reefs, and rich marine life. Some of the most popular activities you can enjoy in Roatan include snorkeling and diving, zip-lining and canopy tours, beach hopping, island tours, kayaking, visiting Gumbalimba Park, explore the underwater sulpture museum, and dolphin encounters. These activities provide a glimpse into the diverse recreational opportunities available on the beautiful island of Roatan. Whether you’re a nature lover, adventure seeker, or simply looking to relax on the pristine beaches, Roatan offers something for everyone.


Getting around Roatan primarily involves using taxis, rental cars, or private transfers. However, you may also use scooters and motorcycles as well as water taxis. It’s worth noting that public transportation options like buses or minibuses are limited on Roatan. Taxis and rental cars are the most practical and convenient choices for getting around the island. When using any mode of transportation, it’s recommended to confirm the price or negotiate fares beforehand and exercise caution while on the road.


Roatan, being a Caribbean island, offers a delightful array of cuisine with a blend of local flavors and international influences. Some of the dishes and culinary highlights you can enjoy while exploring the culinary scene in Roatan include seafood, baleadas, coconut-based dishes, tropical fruits, traditional pastries such as pastelitos or rosquillas. Roatan’s culinary scene offers a mix of local flavors, fresh seafood, and international cuisine to satisfy diverse palates. Embrace the island’s tropical vibes and savor the delicious dishes during your visit.


When it comes to shopping and finding souvenirs in Roatan, you’ll discover a variety of options ranging from local handicrafts to beachwear and unique keepsakes. The most popular shopping areas and items to consider include West End Village, Coxen Hole, Roatan Rum Company, Straw Market, Local Arts & Crafts, beachwear and watersports gear, handmade jewelry, and local food products.

Roatan Hotels & Resorts

  • Roatan Yacht Club

    New Host Hotel  - The Roatan Aggressor's new home is the Roatan Yacht Club. Fly in early and stay for a few days prior to your Aggressor Adventure. Book with Aggressor you will receive complimentary breakfast. Located on a 6 acre, safe, secure property, it is a short walk to the beach, dive shop and marina. The property has 25 beautiful suites and guest rooms, 2 onsite restaurants serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily plus room service and a bar with evening entertainment. Amenities include outdoor swimming pool,  free WiFi, beautiful garden and barbecue facilities. Rooms come with air conditioning, a seating area, a flat-screen TV with cable channels, free Wifi, a safety deposit box and private bathroom with a shower, bathrobes and hairdryer. 

    Upon arrival guests will be greeted at the airport and transfered by air conditioned bus. ($20 pp)


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  • Anthony's Key Resort

    For over 45 years, this family-run paradise has been home to travelers. "The resort that nature designed", features wooden bungalows perched above a tranquil lagoon offering breathtaking views and a sense of the complete disconnect from everyday life back home. Conveniently located just 3.1 miles from the airport & 2 miles from the Port of Roatan.