Frequently Asked Questions
We have prepared a list of frequently asked questions for your convenience. If your question isn’t covered or you can’t find the answer you’re looking for, please call us at 305 748 4325 (USA) or +(504) 2445 4117 (HN), or send us an email.
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Airport transfer is provided if you are not renting a car. The cost is $25 to $30 depending on the location of the rental property. If you would like to stop for groceries there is an additional charge of $10.
A rental car is recommended in some locations though not always necessary at all properties. It is an individual choice though if you would like to explore other parts of the island then a rental car is something to consider. Taxis are readily available in most locations and fares are reasonable. This is something that can be discussed when booking your rental.
There are two large grocery stores in Coxen Hole near the airport and two in French Harbor that carry imported products. West End and West Bay have smaller groceries where you can find basic items as well as fruit and vegetable vendors.
There are cash machines at various locations around the island. You will receive cash in Lempiras the Honduran currency. The current exchange rate is 23.43 Lempiras to 1 U.S. dollar.
Certain areas have mosquitoes and sand flies. Some people are more sensitive than others. It is advisable to bring an insect repellant.
All properties are cleaned prior to arrival of guests and after guests check out. If you would like maid service during your stay we are happy to arrange a cleaning and change of linens and towels for an additional charge. Most properties do have a washer and dryer for your use. Please check with us when booking. For stays of 2 weeks or more a cleaning and change of linens and towels is included.
Most all homes have beach towels for your use. Please confirm when booking.
Again most all properties have hair dryers. Please confirm when making your reservation if this is a concern.
A passport is required valid for at least six months past the date of travel to enter Honduras.
The voltage in Roatan is the same as the U.S. – 110 / 220 and the plugs are the same as the U.S.
The rainy season is October through January though there can be long stretches in those months without rain and lots of sunshine. There are also passing thunderstorms during the summer months of July and August, generally for short periods and mostly at night.