Roatan is rated a spectacular Caribbean destination experience time and again, not only for its astonishing views and sites. Here we have something special—an amazingly diverse Caribbean culture against the unparalleled beauty of the island’s natural landscape.
Still far outside the glitterati of the Eastern Caribbean, the beautiful island of Roatan offers an authentic Caribbean experience with the comforts of home.
Since its recognition as a dive Mecca in the 1960’s, Roatan has become known as a tropical retreat in the tranquil Caribbean. While Roatan remains a quaint tropical island with a unique cultural identity, the infrastructural improvements and expanded direct flights have made Roatan more accessible during the last decade. At Turquoise Bay we are committed to sharing our way of life with you, while providing all the comforts and full menu of services only a resort can offer.
For those who call Roatan home, the island is a source of pride. At Turquoise Bay our Roatan based staff members take pride in sharing their unique island with guests.
Choose from one of our fabulous all inclusive packages and enjoy an all inclusive vacation with more benefits than any other resort in Roatan East End.
Roatan is easily accessible by air in either direct or connecting flights from many major cities with several different airlines. Complimentary shuttles are offered daily to/from Roatan International Airport and the Galaxy Ferry Terminal. Once you’re here, all guests will require a passport that is valid for at least 6 months after arrival and a $47 USD departure tax is due at the airport in cash when departing Roatan.
Roatan is the largest of the Bay Islands located about 40 miles (66 kilometers) off Honduras’ northern coast. It is situated in the western region of the Caribbean Sea. The island has a mountainous central region surrounded by warm Caribbean waters and clear beaches for swimming and snorkeling, and large variety of sea life. Bay Islands is engulfed by the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, second largest barrier reef worldwide, second only in size to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.