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We had a great time here! Our family purchased this excursion through Royal Carribbean.we met the owner Dwayne who introduced himself to us. Its a nice quiet beach, with no one trying to push souvenirs on you every minute. The tour guide on the shuttle...More
Be warned, the hike is VERY strenuous and climbs more than 600 ft. The description says you need to be able to climb 8 steps, but this greatly under estimates the exertion level of this climb. Make sure you are in good shape to attempt....More
We stopped at this beach & bar at the end of our tour. What a great surprise! The Monkey Lalas were delicious and the local Honduran food was divine! The couple that own the bar and beach were super friendly, and they’re from Charleston— right...More
We went during a Carnival excursion called "Top 10 Best of Roatan." II think we went here, but we didn't visit the beach. The main reason the tour came was for the Garifuna dancing and info, and it was a little disappointing. It wasn't a...More
We arrived in the Royal Carribean cruise port, grabbed a driver in the port area to take us to the Pirates Bay, near Las Palmas. It cost me $20 for me and 2 teenage boys and that included the return trip. It was a little...More
On a recent cruise on Royal Caribbean my family of ten went to this beach. The beach at first glance seemed to be exactly what we wanted, but after my husband and I went back to the ship a young man drown because the beach...More
Booked an excursion to Pirate Bay at Las Palmas Beach through the cruise line. It was indeed uncrowded as promised, but that may be for a reason. Snorkeling was a challenge (I brought my own equipment) because it was so shallow. The woman in the...More
The only good thing here is that there are no tourists, the beach is always a lonely place with +50 chairs to rest.
However, here are the bad things I found: The place isn't customer-friendly at all.
Food is very expensive, they charge $15 for...More
This place is NOT customer-friendly AT ALL! The place is not the greatest thing either, there are better and nicer places in the island, like West Bay or Fantasy Island.
Food is very expensive, about $15 for a plate that has nothing special, plus $4...More
Yes you can. I worked on a cruise ship that stopped in Roatan once a week and we used our own gear all the time. Just make sure to buy a drink or something from the establishment, as obviously a good bit of their income... More
Yes you can. I worked on a cruise ship that stopped in Roatan once a week and we used our own gear all the time. Just make sure to buy a drink or something from the establishment, as obviously a good bit of their income would be from snorkel hire :)