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All reviews nice port souvenir shops local music cocoa beans usual bars cruise ship zip line port stop nice place to visit clean restrooms honduran coffee royal caribbean lots of fun beach resort chocolate factory pier ncl
Didn’t have any excursions planned for this royal Caribbean cruise port so we decided just to walk around for a bit doesn’t take more than a half an hour to an hour or so to see all the little shops not much to see or...More
We are on a 7 day cruise on RCL and stopped over in Roatan, Honduras yesterday. We didn’t book a shore excursion as we like to travel independently so as not to wait on a group to leave a place and we like the freedom...More
The area is beautiful. Unfortunately we were unable to go further than the port. They have tons of taxi drivers at this port. Unlike Mexico though these drivers all want the same amount of money. It was very unreasonable rate too. $120 dollars for 6...More
We didn’t do any excursions or exploring in Honduras and just opted to stay in the area. There were several reasonably priced shops there. We got a few souvenirs then decided to stop at one of the bars. I think it was called the Funny...More
Just steps from our cruise ship, had fresh coconut water cut open right before our eyes, boght souvenir t-shirts, got to join the locals to make some beautiful music and saw jewelry and hand paintings of every size and style
We were on a cruise and this was our first stop. I didn't really know what to expect so I was pleasantly surprised when I could hear singing coming from the dock. Some locals were welcoming us with their songs. This is not a large...More
Response from Hialeah73 | Reviewed this property |
This area has limited accommodations. Its a destination for cruise passenger traffic that are in port just for the day. I would suggest perhaps looking into Virgin Gorda or one of the other US Virgin Islands and try a trip... More
This area has limited accommodations. Its a destination for cruise passenger traffic that are in port just for the day. I would suggest perhaps looking into Virgin Gorda or one of the other US Virgin Islands and try a trip there if your looking for change of area for this years vacation.