So you're coming to visit Roatan for a week or so, fantastic! When it comes to travel expenses like food, transport, lodging and activities, many travelers want to have an idea of how much to budget. One thing to note: costs here on Roatan might not be what you expect.
Roatan's claim to fame is its amazing reefs and marine life, so going scuba diving should be on the top of your "to do" list when you visit! Even if you've traveled to other popular dive destinations without going diving, here are 5 great reasons to go scuba diving on Roatan!
We'd like to share with you our top gift ideas that can allow you to take a piece of Roatan back home with you, all while shopping responsibly and supporting local artists and business.
An important thing to take into account when you're planning your dive holiday is your flight dates and times, which will determine your diving schedule.
Storm preparedness is imperative to surviving a storm (in style). After three years of storm power outages, we finally bit and bought a generator, which was immensely helpful. We will, however, be omitting ideas like that, as we're just focusing on affordable and easy ways to prepare for a storm. Let's have at it!
The need for first aid will inevitably be part of your holiday. Whether you have a bug bite, a scrape, an allergic reaction or a headache, a good, travel-friendly first aid kit is a must when you travel. Let's discuss how to make a good first aid kit for when you're on the go.
We have family visiting with a 15 month old baby, so we thought this would be the perfect opportunity for another Top Five Tips! We’ve talked about what to remember when visiting Roatan, but what about when you’re visiting Roatan with a baby?
Whether you get your lionfish from restaurants like Blue Marlin and Cannibal Cafe in West End or prepare it yourself, here are 5 delicious ways to eat lionfish!