|Popular in||November||High demand for flights, 20% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||October||Best time to find cheap flights, 5% potential price drop|
|Average price||$540||Average for round-trip flights in October 2021|
|Round-trip from||$532||From Las Vegas McCarran to Roatan Island|
|One-way from||$10||One-way flight from Las Vegas McCarran (LAS) to Roatan Island|
LAS - RTB
$635 - $1,103
Flights to Roatan, Honduras from the United States range from about 2.5h-35h. Your flight will be on the longer end of the spectrum if you’re departing from a city out of the north and that has at least two stopovers. There is only one airport in the U.S. that provides direct flights to Roatan, which is represented on the smaller end of the range, so even if you’re flying from an airport in the south but do not have a direct flight, you can expect your flight time to be at least a few hours due to time spent making a stopover.
You can book direct flights to Roatan from Miami, which offers daily direct flights serviced by American Airlines. If you’re departing from a city other than Miami, you are sure to make at least one stopover en route to Roatan. To reduce the number of stopovers you make, try to fly with an airline that regularly flies into Roatan, such as Avianca, Copa Airlines, TACA, United, and American Airlines. This may help to reduce the number of stopovers you experience to one, as opposed to two or three. You can expect to make stopovers in cities like Miami, San Salvador, Managua, and San Pedro Sula, which are common for this route.
When your destination is Roatan, you’ll fly into Juan Manuel Galvez Airport (RTB), which is about 1 mile southeast of Roatan’s capital and largest city, Coxen Hole. There are no public transportation options from the airport, so you may be limited on how to reach your accommodations. One popular option is to take a taxi, which will cost about $6-$8 to downtown Coxen Hole, or if you’re staying elsewhere, about $20 to the West End, $20 to French Harbour, and $15 to Sandy Bay. Oftentimes, your hotel or resort will have shuttle ride services to and from the airport, so be sure to check with them first.
Roatan is a Caribbean island off the north shores of Honduras. While here, you can enjoy such activities as diving, snorkeling, sailing, and glass-bottomed boat tours, all along Roatan’s stunning coral reefs. On dry land, visit the thriving neighborhood of West End, where you can enjoy the regional fare at numerous cafés and pick up unique souvenirs from local shops. Sail over lush Gumbalimba Park, where you can zipline through the jungle, above a lagoon, and to the beach from Monkey Trail Canopy. Relax in the warm sands at Half Moon Bay beach and enjoy the views while splashing around in crystal-clear Caribbean waters.
United States citizens traveling to Roatan, Honduras need a valid passport, although a visa is not required for tourists visiting for up to 90 days.