There are several ways of getting to Roatan, you can get a flight to Roatan International Airport, or you can take a Hedman Alas bus directly to the Ferry Galaxy Wave - La Ceiba / Roatán station in La Ceiba. Then you go to "The Lion Fish Landing" dock in the French Key Town, if you are in West End or West Bay you can ride on one of the several taxis that are collaborating with the event, the price will be $5 each way per passenger. Once you are at "The Lion Fish Landing Dock" we will provide a free boat ride, this ride only takes 5 minutes... the boats will be running all night long. Then you can relax and enjoy!
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Roatan is located in the western Caribbean Sea, It’s the largest of the Bay Islands, Honduras. Easy to reach because of its international airport and efficient ferry service, Roatan is ideal for a festival holiday get away.
Roatan has maintained the laid-back, small-scale island atmosphere while offering all the services and amenities for world-class vacation.
The coral reef in Roatan is part of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, the second largest system in the world, where you can find beautiful coral, sponges, tropical fish, turtles and many other sea creatures by snorkeling or scuba diving. All this just a few swim strokes away from white sandy beaches.
Roatan’s lush jungle and mountainous terrain is unique among the bay islands and offers breathtaking zip-lining and canopy tou
For a small island, Roatan’s geography is amazingly diverse. At nearly 50 km (31 mi) long, less than 8 km (5 mi) wide at its widest and reaching elevations of 244 m (800 ft), visitors will experience everything from flat sandy beaches, rocky, volcanic rock shores, mangrove forests, lush valleys and steep rainforest-covered hilltops. Sitting at the southern terminus of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System, the island is surrounded by coral reefs, protecting it from the open ocean and is home to a complex underwater ecosystem.