How to get there

Our location is at Turquoise Bay Resort on the north-east side of Roatan in the Bay Islands of Honduras.

Coming from Coxen Hole (Airport & Ferry) going east: Turquoise Bay Resort is located in Milton Bight 15 minutes east past French Harbour. Look for the sign on the main road.

How to get to Roatan (airport code RTB)

Travelers to Roatan require a passport valid for 6 months past their intended stay and a return or onward ticket. A 90 day tourist visa is issued on entry into Honduras.

From North America

  • United Airlines has direct flights from Houston.
  • Delta Airlines flies direct from Atlanta.
  • American Airlines comes direct from Miami and Dallas.
  • SunWing has charter flights from Toronto to Roatan.

These are by far the most convenient ways to come to Roatan. During weekdays you can use United, Delta, American Airline or TACA out of Miami, Houston or Atlanta to San Pedro Sula (SAP) the main airport in Honduras. From there you take a small plane to Roatan. With Spirit Air you can fly very cheap from Ft. Lauderdale to San Pedro Sula.

From Europe

Most European Airlines have direct flights to Miami, Atlanta or Houston (via Frankfurt or London), from where you can take a connection flight to Roatan with above-mentioned Airlines.

From the mainland Honduras

Domestic air service is handled by several local airlines; CM Airlines, SOSA, TACA regional and others, and it is normally not required to book for domestic travel, but we recommend that you do, especially if you are connecting to Roatan. You can fly from San Pedro Sula, La Ceiba and Tegucigalpa to Roatan.

Ferry service from La Ceiba
There is a ferry connecting Roatan with La Ceiba on the mainland Honduras. The ride takes 1 hour and 15 minutes and leaves La Ceiba at 9:30 am and 4:30 pm. Opposit direction the ferry leaves Roatan at 7 am and 2 pm. For more info visit www.roatanferry.com

Ferry service from Utila Island to Roatan
Take the ferry from Utila to La Ceiba and connect to above mentioned ferry to Roatan. May you find a private sailsman on Utila which will sail you also to Roatan.