Roatan East End

Roatan East End

ROATAN's EAST END

Roatan’s East End is an island living the way it used to be. The region is sparsely populated and features lush forests, cattle ranches, fishing villages and some of the island’s most interesting and off the beaten path resorts and restaurants. The journey begins just outside the town of French Harbor when you pass through a quaint ramshackle village with represents the gateway to the East End. A well-maintained mountaintop road meanders some 15 miles across the central spine of the island and offers stunning views of both the northern and southern coasts of Roatan. 

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Roatan's Garifuna People

Roatan's Garifuna People

ROATAN'S GARIFUNA PEOPLE

The Garifuna people have lived in Central America since April 12, 1797. They speak the Garifuna language. Most speak English today as well as Spanish. Most of the Garifuna people live along the Cost of Honduras in places like Trujillo, La Ceiba, Tela, Puerto Cortes and other costal towns on the northern Caribbean Coast of Honduras. There are also smaller populations in Guatemala, Belize, Nicaragua, Grenadines, and Saint Vincent. There are also many Garifuna people living inside the continental Untied States primarily in the major urban cities like New Orleans, Houston, Seattle, & New York City. 

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Personal Journey to Roatan

Personal Journey to Roatan

WHERE IS ROATAN?
The question I'm  most frequently asked is “where's that?” and my response is always the same “it's a little island off the mainland of Honduras.” Then, still, there is a blank look, "like why there?" - So here is a brief insight into the why and the where about Roatan...

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