Discover the Best of the Best in Roatan Honduras

Roatan Honduras is a hidden gem in the Caribbean boasting some of the best beaches in the world, the second largest barrier reef in the world, a well protected marine park and a bonus of Roatan being out of the way of most major hurricanes. Roatan, Honduras stretches 34 miles long by 3 miles at it's widest point, Roatan features a ridge line running along most of the center of the island with gently rolling hills leveling out to stretches of white sand and patches of rocky or coral-lined beaches. Roatan is home to approximately 90,000 people although that number changes seasonally. International Living recently named Roatan as one of the Best Islands to Retire to in 2015. Roatan Honduras also won the 2015 Traveller's Choice Awards by TripAdvisor, Roatan was voted the #3 island in the entire world, a list which it makes frequently throughout the years. 

Latest Developments in Roatan Honduras
Some recent infrastructure highlights are that Roatan is now home to a 30 million dollar newly constructed 28 megawatt Wartsila propane generator facility. It is one of the single largest private investments in a Caribbean island to date and is bringing clean and reliable energy production to Roatan. 




One of the top hospitals in Central America that caters to American and Canadian medical tourism, Cemesa Hospital, recently opened in July of 2016. This is one of a very few large and advanced hospitals on a Caribbean island which is now offering not only great healthcare but also peace of mind to those living and vacationing on Roatan. Roatan is also home to one of the largest dive recompression chambers located less than 5 minutes from our Island Diving Center in West End. 



Cornerstone Hyperbaric Chamber and Clinic offers dependable hyperbaric healthcare to all divers on Roatan. In addition to hyperbaric medicine, their larger facility is now complete with an emergency room, x-ray room, two consultation rooms, one observation room, a laboratory, a pharmacy and is staffed by three medical doctors, an EMT and laboratory technician.