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Travel Tips & FAQs

We want your trip to be the best so here are a few travel tips to make your vacation an incredible experience.

Please make sure your confirmation documents are in order by reviewing any information that is sent from the reservation agent. This is also a good time to check that your passport is up-to-date and purchase travel insurance.

Packing lightly will help your get through Honduras customs much faster. Try to bring light colored, lightweight-cotton clothing to help you stay cool. Remember to bring the basics such as hats or sunglasses, sandals, and your swimsuit, a few necessary items available at the resorts gift shop that you may require are sunscreen, tanning lotions and a variety of mosquito repellent. A small backpack or beach bag would be a good item to have if you plan to take any inland tours. You might also consider a water bottle, binoculars, sturdy walking shoes or lightweight hiking boots and a pair of long pants.

Please inform the hotel upon reserving of any special dietary requirements or allergies to be best prepared to service you during your stay.

Travelers who have special medical needs are encouraged to provide our reservation office with any necessary information prior to travel so that the resort can make your stay as comfortable as possible. Remember to bring your medication and try to have your prescriptions filled at home for it might be difficult to do so in Roatan.

All of us at Las Verandas are looking forward to your visit.

  • Which airlines fly to Roatan?
    From the U.S., there is non-stop service on American, Delta and United and with stops on Cayman Airways and Avianca. If you are traveling from mainland Honduras, there are flights to Roatan from San Pedro Sula, La Ceiba and Tegucigalpa.
  • What documents are needed for entry to Honduras?
    A valid passport is required for entry in to Honduras and your passport can not expire within 6 months of travel. If you are a national of a country other than the US or Canada, please check with your local Honduran Consulate for information on if a Visa is required for entry (www.letsgohonduras.com)
  • How do I reach the hotel and villas?
    The hotel is approximately a 20-minute drive from the islands International Airport (RTB). You can set up complimentary hotel van (seats 10) transportation services upon reserving or at least 24 hrs prior to your arrival time and we’ll coordinate your pick up and drop off, please be advised that the hotel van is based on availability and prior transfer coordination is highly recommended as it runs on a schedule, otherwise we can assist in reserving a taxi at your own convenience and cost, we can also assist with rental car service if preferred. Las Verandas is located on the north shore of Roatan in the French Harbour town area within the Pristine Bay Development (entry sign on the left-hand side).
  • What is the easiest way around the island?
    The easiest mode of transportation around the island is by rental car or special transportation arrangements that can be coordinated for you by our Guest Services Agents. There are many restaurants and attractions just 5-10 mins away from Las Verandas if you want to venture out and explore. The hotel is also approximately a 35-minute drive to the West End/Bay area where most tourist attraction parks, watersports activities, shopping and additional dining are located.
  • What currency is accepted in Roatan?
    US Dollars and credit cards are widely accepted on the island. The national currency of Honduras is the Lempira and currently the exchange is approximately 24 Lempiras to the dollar. Please keep in mind that most banks charge a fee for using your credit card abroad.
  • Is there a departure tax when leaving Roatan?
    Yes, if you are leaving the country, the International Departure Tax is approx. $45.00 some airlines may or may not include it in your airline ticket please inquire upon checking in at the counter, if it is not, then it is payable at the airport (after check-in) at the bank line prior to going through security to the waiting area.
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