Let's go to Roatan & The Bay Islands!
The heart of Honduras is urban and bustling – which is exactly why the northern coast is so refreshing with its picturesque beaches and laidback coastal villages. Here you will find diverse land types including green mountains pouring into jungle foliage, all surrounded by turquoise waters as far as the eye can see. Unlike mainland Honduras, where Spanish is the primary language, all native islanders speak English as their first language.
Roatan is the largest of the Honduran Bay Islands, and you will find the bulk of tourism and native residents in Coxen Hole, which is its capital city. On the West End, you will find many bars and restaurants, perfect to relax and unwind after a day of diving or ziplining. For those who wish to have a more mellow experience on Roatan, consider a glass-bottom boat tour, where you can view Honduras’ best nature displays without ever having to set foot in water. Finally, many island tours are available for those who wish to learn about Roatan’s diverse history and livelihood.