About Roatan

Here we have general articles on the topic of Roatan.

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Watch this video as a starter for places to eat and drink in Roatan.


Gula Gastrobar and Winery
West Bay inside Henry Morgans Resort.

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Some of the towns and regions of Roatan that you might like to know about before visiting Roatan.

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There are two docks or ports on Roatan that your ship will arrive at depending on the cruise ship company and the weather.

Both ports are on the south side of the island.

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I saw a great program today which has been running for 3 weeks now. It has been focusing on nature in the Caribbean.

Sol Foundation Roatan

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If you are interested in the good charitable work and organisations that help out here then you might find this page interesting. If you are part of a charity for Roatan and are not listed then get in touch. You can never get too much exposure.

Cruise Ship Roatan

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Types of Roatan Vacations

Roatan visitors fit the following group types  - generally. Let us know if you dont fit this list.

Bartholomew Columbus

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A History of Roatan

“very robust people who adore idols and live mostly from a certain white grain from which they make a fine bread and the most perfect beer.”- Bartholomew Columbus

Paya Indians

The first known inhabitants of the island were Paya Indians. Their pottery and small sculptures, called Yaba-ding-ding, are unearthed every day across the island. Little is known of these people but when Columbus discovered the Bay Islands in 1505 (his 4th voyage) his brother Bartholomew went ashore to meet them. There is some debate over whether he was the first European to set foot on the Bay Islands, but he does provide us with the first written record of the islands. He writes that the Paya Indians were a “very robust people who adore idols and live mostly from a certain white grain from which they make a fine bread and the most perfect beer.” And so, Bartholomew became the first ever tourist to share a few beers with the locals.

payan relic

Image of Yaba Ding Ding thanks to rony's tours