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 is often called the jewel of the Caribbean because of its many amazing features - its lush, hilly landscape, azure waters, the friendly people and diverse and rich culture. With direct international flights from Houston, Miami, Atlanta, Cayman and San Salvador, it’s also never been easier to get to paradise. Here are 5 great reasons we think you should go scuba diving on Roatan!
I had to learn very quickly how to streamline my packing once I started traveling around the world as a roving scuba diving instructor. Since I had to be the one throwing my bags on and off buses and ferries and dealing with airline weight restrictions (which can be difficult to manage once you take into account how heavy scuba equipment is), I became much better at packing well. Quality, not quantity!
We all know that traveling to foreign countries inevitably brings out the hassle of currency. How much should things cost? What currency do countries use? What denominations are best? Knowing a few simple tips about the currency and policies of the country you're visiting can save you a lot of hassle
Cruise ships are a great way to see multiple countries and cultures in a short period of time with the convenience of not having to pack up and change accommodation constantly.