Exploring West End in Roatan, Honduras – Photo Essay

Roatan, part of the Bay Islands of Honduras, is split up into several must visit areas. West End is the livelier part where it’s more of a town, with tons of restaurants and plenty of water fun. This is also where the budget hotels are.

roatan honduras

This pretty much explains it all – bars and fun, with police tracking you

west end police point roatan

This is the main town, made of dirt road where being barefoot is more normal than not

west end town - daily life - roatan honduras

Cars are not the preferred way to get around

daily life - west end - roatan honduras

Not sure what they are showing here, but sounds like fun

odd sign in west end roatan honduras

One of the main supers in the area

small food mart west end roatan honduras

Don’t forget the water – and crazy kid moves

extreme kid on top of dock bay islands

The water is still by far the best part of this place

caribbean crystal clear waters


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2 Responses to Exploring West End in Roatan, Honduras – Photo Essay

  1. I’ve never been to Honduras but a friend of mine lived there many years ago so has told me all about it – it’s nice to see some great pictures that capture the feel of the place 🙂
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  2. Laura @Travelocafe says:

    Another great destination awaits us… When will we get there? Nice post. Thanks for introducing Honduras to us.

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