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West Bay is what many consider the picture-perfect Caribbean destination: white sand, clear, calm waters and full service resorts. The variety of water activities include scuba diving, fishing charters, snorkeling and parasailing. Scuba diving and...more
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West Bay, Roatan, Honduras
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The snorkeling in West Bay Beach was amazing. Walk all the way down the beach, drop off your towel and hit the water, the fish are EVERYWHERE! There are plenty of places to grab a drink and a bite to eat all along the beach,...More

Thank KCL57
Reviewed 5 days ago

It's one of the best and biggest coral reef in the world. It's one of the places that every tourist should go once in his life. All the color there are, the variety of fish, the white sand and calm beach makes this place one...More

Thank Claudio Roberto S
Reviewed 6 days ago

Paul and Mary were unbelievably helpful. They went above and beyond for every need we had. Paul was extremely helpful and friendly when I missed my flight out of Roatan and he offered to help me figure out what to do. Plus, both Paul and...More

1  Thank Mackenzi B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The beach is very beautiful and calm. There are a lot of that you can see in the crystal clear water. It does get busy on cruise ship days but when the cruise ships are not there it was almost empty. You get to the...More

Thank ahawaii2017
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We arrived in Roatan on Allure of the Seas. We had no plans for the day and had not done any research regarding this port. I checked TripAdvisor and this beach looked good. We went to the tour operators in the Port and were told...More

Thank Michael A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

One of the most beautiful beaches we've been to. This is a more quiet alternative to West End and the beach here is way better. If you love beaches this is a place to rent a place by.

Thank BeachNBreeze
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It was definitely the best place to stay in Roatan. The snorkelling was absolutely amazing. Just enough activity. The sunsets were unbelievable. The length of the beach was the perfect length for those morning or evening beach walks along the ocean. It seems that each...More

Thank TRU_2_U_11
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Best snorkeling experience of a lifetime, with deep dive options as well. Great food, gorgeous sunsets, crystal clear water with no waves!

Thank C459DVrobertc
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is the place to come for parasailing. Go to Bananarama beach bar. On the beach to the left is parasail ticket hut. $70 for parasail ride. The boat uses dock for Infinity Bay. My wife did this and wants to do it again the...More

Thank caddothegreat .
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

What a gorgeous beach, Already been in Roatan at Tabyana Beach and West Bay Beach is absolutely beautiful also. Can't wit to comeback...wait for me Roatan!!!

Thank Angie C
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Navigate101641
26 August 2018|
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Response from blakebecker37130 | Reviewed this property |
We stayed at Banarama resort for 7 days. We arranged the shuttle through them. 25 to 30.00 each way for our family of 4. If you are going there for the day from a cruise expect the same cab fare. I believe Banarama charges... More
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Yvonne F
5 August 2018|
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Response from David R | Reviewed this property |
I was with a medical mission team, so not part of a cruise. We simply drove to West Bay beach and snorkeled there. It should be easy enough to get a cab from the cruise ship terminal. It's a bit of a ride however, over... More
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Surreal M
2 August 2018|
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Response from Debra B | Reviewed this property |
the roads are not that bad, many have been paved recently. the beach is public and free. there are lots of restaurants. who needs a chair? bring a blowup float and carry minimal belongings (like a water purse so you can... More
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Larissa M
27 July 2018|
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Response from Debra B | Reviewed this property |
her cell number is 3303 9225 or 9979 1017. her husband is marty. I don't have his number. her food was great especially the grilled lobster (leftovers great the next morning for breakfast!) and the plaintains!!!!!! omg... More
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Ysayus
21 May 2018|
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Response from Gordon T | Reviewed this property |
There is no water ferry. You have to get a taxi. Negotiate the fare - they charge per vehicle - so pack it up. They can run from $20 to $40 round trip. There is a water taxi between West End and West Bay.
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