West End, Roatan, Honduras – Photo Essay

West End in Roatán is where most of the hotels are, the higher end ones. Plus all the action takes place along the beach, including all the restaurants.

This is also where the Cruise ships port so during the day it can be completely insane, but in the evening it is all yours.

Water Taxis – the best way to get around the island

West End Roatan

The Sunsets here are just breathtaking and you can never get enough of them

sunset in west bay roatan honduras bay islands

Locals selling jewelry – everywhere

beach vendors hoarding the beachgoers roatan honduras

Local life – fishing and tourism

west bay beach roatan honduras

The beach is just soooo beautiful, hard to take your eyes off of it

white sanded crystal clear blue water caribbean sea

Contemplating life – what better place for it

view of dock sunset luxury boutique hotel west bay, roatan honduras


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3 Responses to West End, Roatan, Honduras – Photo Essay

  1. Your article is misleading. While most of the things mentioned are on THE west wend of the Island they are not in the area known as WEST END. Most of the beach you talk about and show is WEST BAY and not West End, Also the Close cruise port is Coxen Hole and the further one is closer to French Harbour, Neither is near West End although it is the West half of the Island. This article comes off as if written by someone with little or no lnowledge of Roatan and its communities, Imagine those who book in West End and wonder why they are not on the beaches you show, Imagine when the cruisers come in and find out they should have booked a tour because their ship does not port in West end as you say

  2. Looks like paradise, especially in the second photo! Thanks for sharing!
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