ROATAN MY HOME TOWN

 

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ROATAN ADVENTURES!!!
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ROATAN IS A BEAUTIFUL PARADISE IS THE MOST DEVOLOPED AND VISITED OF THE BAY ISLAND OF HONDURAS.
A LONG, FORESTED RIDGE RISING FROM THE CARIBBEAN SEA LOCATED IN THE WESTERN CARIBBEAN, BETWWEN THE ISLAND OF UTILA AND GUANAJA IT IS THE LARGEST OF THE MANY ISLAND THAT MAKE UP THIS BEAUTIFUL TRIO. SINCE IT IT SITS ON AND IS SURROUNDED BY THE LARGEST CORAL BARRIER REEF IN THE CARIBEAN SEAS THIS A HAVEN FOR SNRKELERS AND DIVERS OF ALL SKILLS LEVELS. THE STUNNING BEACHES,WIDE DIVERSITY OF WILDLIFE, RELAX ATMOSPHERE AND MOST IMPORTANTLY THE WARMTH OF THE PEOPLE OF ROATAN ARE SOME OF THE REASON WHY THIS IS SUCH AND ATTRACTIVE GETAWAY AND A VERY    SPECIAL PLACE FOR THE ” ISLANDERS!!!
 

ROATAN THE CARRBBEAN HOME
SIMPLY PUT THIS PARADISE, ROATAN LONG REGARDED AS A DIVER PARADISE, IS THE MOST POPULAR OF THE BAY ISLAND FOR MANY REASON LOCATED APROXIMATELY 35 MILES FROM THE MAINLAND HONDURAS, ROATAN SITS ON THE SOUTHERN CORNER OF THE MESOAMERICA REEF THE SECOND LARGEST BARRIER REEF IN THE WORLD.
ITS LAID-BACK CULTURE WHITE SAND BEACHES AND SPECTACULAR OCEAN LIFE MAKE IT ONE OF THE CARIBBEAN MOST ATTRACTIVE GETAWAYS.
THE BAY ISLAND
WHERE YOU WILL DISCOVER THREE ISLANDS GUANAJA,ROATAN,UTILA FIVE SMALL OUTLETS AND 65 CAYS PRONOUCED KEYS,
AND ALTHOUGHT THEY BELONG TO HONDURAS THESE, TROPICAL GEMS MOVE THEIR OWN RELAXED BEAT. ROATAN IS THE LARGEST OF THE THREE AND REST BETWEEN ITS SISTERS, WITH UTILA TO THE SOUTH WEST AND GUANAJA TO THE NORTH EAST, THE BAY ISLAND ARE AN ESCAPIST DREAM AND A WATER LOVER PARADAISE .
THE BRIEF HISTORY OF ROATAN

On Columbus’s fourth voyage to the New World in 1502 he discovered the Bay Islands and landed a party on the island of Guanaja on July 30, 1502. Columbus sent his brother Bartholomew ashore who found the island inhabited by friendly natives which they named the “Porras”. His recorded comment was “very robust people who adore idols and live mostly from a certain white grain from which they make fine breads and the most perfect beer”.
(Archeological evidence suggests that large populations of the Paya Indians lived here for thousands of years. Expeditions have discovered clay figures, mace heads, votive pots, chipped knives, jade, marked monuments, earth mounds, and rough stone foundations. While these do not match the sophistication of those at Copan, similarities with the Mayan culture have been noted. It has also been determined that the islands supported populations greater than today’s in pre-Columbian times. )


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BEUTIFULL PEOPLE
A UNIQUE IX NATIVE ISLANDERS CALL THIS PLACE HOME. MOST OF THEM OF THEM ARE MIXED ANCESTRY, WHICH INCLUDES AFRICAN,CARIB,EUROPEAN AND INDIAN.
THEY SPEAK ENGLISH EVEN THOUGHT SPANISH IS THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGE OF HONDURAS, AND THEY CO-MINGLE PLESANTLY WITH THE MIX OF RESIDENT LOCALS HAILING FROM ALL CORNERS OF THE GLOBE.
ROATAN CLIMATE
Roatan has a hot season and some rainy seasons. Although it is humid year around, rain fall can be scarce during the hot season, resulting in many beautiful, sunny days. During the rainy seasons, there may be several downpours in a day, beginning and ending abruptly. Unlike other areas of the world that stay overcast and rainy for days on end, Roatan can change quickly from rainy to bright sunshine, even during rainy season. Don’t let rainy season prevent you from coming. There is no guarantee that it will rain on any given day, it is simply that the likelihood of encountering rainy weather is much greater during rainy season.
ON ROATAN NATURE LOVERS WILL SQUEAL WITH DELIGHT HERE IN A SINGKE AFTERNOON YOU CAN LAY YOUR EYES ON A NUMBER OF TROPICAL CREATURES INCLUDING IGUANAS,TOUCANS,MONKEY,WILD CAT,AND HUNDRED OF BUTTERFLIES. YOU CAN SPEND HOUR BIRD ANNUALLY. UNLIKE OTHER CARIBBEAN ISLAND ROATAN IS RELAIVELY SAFE FROM HURRICANES DUE TO ITS LOCATION JUST OUT SIDE THE TRADITIONAL 15 HURRUCANE HAVE PASSED NEAR ROATAN.
Enjoying the Flora and Fauna


Choose hiking, bicycling, motorcycling or horseback riding – Roatan has mountains, jungles and many tropical treasures to explore.
 The Roatan Butterfly Garden, located at West End, exhibits a variety of Honduras’ most colorful butterflies amidst a wide variety of tropical plants and fruit trees.
 The Roatan Museum, in Roatan’s cultural Center, Sandy Bay, is affiliated with the Roatan Institute of Marine Sciences (RIMS). The museum displays well preserved artifacts and comprehensive information about the island history.  RIMS is an organization devoted to research of tropical marine ecosystems, most notably including the bottlenose dolphin. Along with a variety of educational programs and regularly scheduled dolphin demonstrations, you can even swim with these marvelous marine creatures.
 Tropical Treasures Bird Park, in Sandy Bay, features live exhibits of local native species including macaws, toucans and parrots, as well as other birds from South America. Seventeen species and over 95 birds are represented.
 Iguana Hideout, near French Harbor, was created to protect the green iguanas that were once quite abundant on Roatan until hunting caused their numbers to decline. Enjoy them in their natural habitat.
 The Mainland offers a variety of adventures including jungle treks, river rafting and opportunities to explore major archeological sites such as Copan, once an important center of the Mayan civilization. In contrast many of cities existing today reflect the early Spanish culture. Over 17,000 square miles of the country are protected and numerous national parks and preserves dot the landscape. Cloud forests such as Pico Bonito, near La Cieba, provide a mountain hiking experience fairly unique to Honduras. Shuttle flights from Roatan to the mainland depart every 10 minutes.
UNDER WATER ACTIVITY

Roatan offers some of the finest Scuba diving and snorkelling opportunities available. Authorized PADI centers are located in both West End and West Bay. Expect to see eagle rays, moray eels, parrot fish, sea turtles, octopi and many more undersea creatures and stunning coral formations at Sandy Bay. The newest attraction is a whale shark dive. Imagine a chance to swim among the world’s largest fish.

Deep water exploration is also a possibility. Charters are available for submersible craft that reach depths of 3,000 feet.

Even non-swimmers can enjoy the coral reef via glass-bottom boat excursions.

Other Water Sports

Choose your favorite form of boating – sailing, kayaking or pleasure cruising – Roatan offers a lot of options.

Sport Fishing is one of the big attractions on Roatan. Fly fish the reef flats or chase bigger game fish in deeper water, where you can troll for Tuna, Wahoo and Marlin or bottom fish for Snappers, Jacks and Groupers.  Knowledgeable local guides provide an excellent variety of well-equipped packages for anglers.


Ooh — Isn’t this a scary creature!
Answer: No! They are, in fact, endangered.
“Tons” of wild iguanas live on Roatan; you can see hundreds of them and many varieties at the Iguana Farm at French Key. 

Scuba diving package 
Scuba diving package dive programs are readily  availablethroughout Roatan Island, Honduras.  The Roatan Vista Villas offers it guests the opportunity to select their diving with any operator or resort on Roatan.

The Roatan Vista Villas are located at Spooky Channel, Sandy Bay, Roatan Island, Honduras.  Spooky Channel is one of several dive locations on the western tip of Roatan.  There are over 132 recognized dive sites on Roatan and further information is contained in our Tourist Guide Navigator above.  

All dive packages are subject to weather and sea conditions permitting safe operations.  Our dive package program allows our guests to reserve from a single dive up to a weekly program.  Daily programs do not need to be confirmed.  All weekly programs and certification courses should be confirmed to assure availability. During a weekly vacation, divers are not permitted to dive on the day of departure if they are traveling by air.  Divers should not plan for more than 3 dives each day. The dive rates listed below include local taxes, tanks, and weight belts.  Rental equipment normally means regulator and buoyancy compensator.   Guests typically bring their own mask, snorkel, fins and light weight wet suit if desired, (these items may be rented).  Our dive packages are offered by some of the premiere dive operators on Roatan.   Guests pay for their confirmed dive packages directly to the dive operator.  Most dive operators will pick up and return you to our dock.  Each of the dive operators typically dive with groups.  However, our dive program also offers you the flexibility to choose private guided diving.  If you do not choose a package with your lodging reservation, you may sign up for any number of dives after your arrival briefing.  This will allow you 100% flexibility in selecting your dive program. 

Unlimited snorkeling is available off our dock.   Masks, fins, and snorkels may be rented from our management or from any dive operator on Roatan.

You must bring your dive certification card.  Certifications are available at all levels and only the basic certifications are listed below.  Our operators offer a  PADI  open water beginners’ course.  Beyond the basic programs which are listed below, advanced NAUI and PADI courses are available on entry level Nitrox ( 2 day course with 2 dives), advanced Nitrox (2 day course with 4 dives), decompression techniques (4 day course with 6 dives), extended range (6 dives), and Tri-Mix 1 and 2.  Pre dive qualification is required on all advanced courses.   Dive certifications courses must be confirmed and reserved with rental bookings.   Entry level PADI certifications range from $200 to $345 for open water courses.

Daily single tank dive rates range from $20 to $40 with tanks and weights included.   Weekly dive programs consisting of 10 dives is approximately $300.  Weekly rates with ALL equipment included range from $415 to $485.   It is customary to tip the boat operators, dive guide or instructors. Tips generally range from 10 to 20%.  All operators accept payment in the Honduran Lempira or US dollars.  Credit cards are becoming generally accepted at dive shops. 

Courses — Approximate Costs

Beginning dive course $280
Advanced dive course $280
Medic First aid $100
Rescue $330
Dive master $700
Resort  course (non certification) $100
Discover Scuba $100

Dives

Dive single $20 – 40
Night dives Add $5 to 10 to regular dive rate
Snorkel rental (24 Hour)      $10 per set

Marine Reserve Fees

Add $1.00 per dive for the Marine Reserve.  The Marine Reserve fee applies to training and fun dives.   The maximum fee charged for the Marine Reserve is $10/person per visit to Roatan.   There is a voluntary $1.00 fee for snorkeling visits in the Marine Reserve.

The new dive regulations and fees require that with boat dives, a Dive Master be in the water to monitor divers at all times, and that a boat crew member MUST remain in attendance at the dive site.

Dolphin swims, dives and course are available with the Institute for Marine Sciences located at Anthony’s Key.  The dolphin beach encounter swim rate is $62/person, the dive is $137/person and the course is $202/person.  The dolphin course is on Tuesday and Thursday of each week (conditions permitting).   There are no dolphin activities on Wednesdays. Check with Anthony’s Key Resort for more information.ROATAN BEACHES

The beaches on Roatan are quite different depending upon your location on Roatan.  All beaches on Roatan are supposed to be open to the public but some resorts “think” they own the beach and can make you feel unwelcome by charging $10 to 15/person to enter their property.  The West Bay resorts are the worst for charging even to use their restaurants! West End however is wide open and there are no entry fees on the beach.  If you really want to get to West Bay, either pay the fee or take the water taxi for a few dollars from West End and  arrive at the public beach in front of the West Bay resorts.  Here’s a hint to enjoy West Bay and avoid the entry fee charges.  Go to the San Simon Beach Clubwhich is the same area as the cruiseship tours in West Bay.  They have an excellent restaurant and you can catch water taxis, the para sailing tour, or just go snorkeling. They also have a beach right next to the cruiseship beaches. The southern shore of Roatan, as a generalization, can be characterized as a volcanic rocky shore with limited water access.  There are a few sandy beaches at some of the “private” resorts (you have to pay to get in …. you have to cross a small bridge with a guard) along the southern shore.  The western and northern shores of Roatan have mostly sandy beaches and a few mangrove and volcanic areas.  From a tourist perspective, most tourists head to Half Moon Bay, West Bay, West End and the many less crowded beaches along the northern shore line.  Tabyana Beach Resort and the Henry Morgan Resort in West Bay are considered the “hot spots” for cruise ship passengers.  Half Moon Bay is the second hot spot for the cruise ship passengers.  The beaches in the West Bay area offer beautiful sand and good snorkeling but tend to be very crowded on cruise ship days.  The first two beaches below are near the Henry Morgan Resort area in West End.  The pictures below are during an un crowded time of day.  Expect large crowds when a cruise ship is in port.


Beach at Henry Morgan Resort in West Bay


Beach in West Bay

On the other hand, there are many other readily accessible secluded beaches on Roatan.  Tanya shown below found a beach without the crowds.  Please note that at many of the beaches there are no services so bring your own supplies as you may be the only person there.  There are many beaches along the northern coast and a taxi drivers can easily find you a remote beach.  Best to “hire” the taxi for the day because when I say remote, you will need to have the taxi driver wait for you while you play and snorkel at the beach.   Expect to pay about $100 to hire the taxi (price for typically up to 4 people) for the day tour.  You can explore on your own and easily find an un crowded beach.  Please be mindful of using public access to get to the beach and taking your trash with you.

Picture of Tanya on seculded beach on Roatan Island.
Tanya near West Bay

Snorkeling in West Bay can be difficult if you are not a good snorkeler.  You may find the best snorkeling in approximately 25 to 30 ft  of water just on the other side of the shallow coral heads and formations.  Be careful not to touch the coral as you find you way to the deeper water where you will find a good variety of sea life.  If you want to get away from the crowds, you could seek out one of the many tour boats for a snorkel trip to a less crowded beach.  One tour operator that specializes in small groups is Crystal Beach Cabins.

You can find more maps in greater details in the locator maps on this web site. Resort beaches are easily accessed from Lawson’s Rock to Anthony’s Key and from Half Moon Bay to West Bay.  You should contact the resorts directly to see what services are available.  There may be costs associated with using their facilities and you will need to hire a taxi or take the bus to the resort.  Water taxis are readily available in the area from West End to West Bay to visit the crowds.  You will want to check the costs of taxis land and sea on this link.

  Graphic illustration of West End Point to Coxen Hole on Roatan Island.

THANK YOU FOR VISITING
LOVE AND RESPECT

THING TO DO PLACE TO GO DO OBSERV !!!!!

What do people do when they visit Roatan?

There are many things to do on Roatan, be sure to bring your camera.  Listed below is only a small sample of the typical activities that cruise ship passengers and  visitors enjoy.  If you are arriving by ship and looking to retire on Roatan, then our realestate info may help guide you.  If you purchase a “sim” card for you cell phone or have cell phone service, you might want to check our telephone directory.   Also check web links  of the tourist attractions.  The phone numbers listed below are local Honduras numbers.  Cell numbers have 8 digits.

Frech Angelfish photo courtesy of Carlos Gordon, Roatan.

Scuba diving is readily available on the island and walk-in visitors do not need a reservation.  There are many independent dive operators in West End and they will be happy to see you.  There are several resorts that offer cruise ship passenger shore excursion packages.  For the do-it-yourself excursions, head to West End.

Find a remote beach to relax on or join the rest of the cruise ship crowd at West Bay and West End.   There are a lot of beaches in Roatan and you will have a lot of fun exploring and snorkeling at any of the sandy beaches.

Zip Line Adventures

There are several choices for zip line adventures.  Two are in the Wet Bay area.  Gumbalimba Park and the South Shore Canopy Tour.  East of French Harbor is the popular  Pirates of the Caribbean Canopy Zip line.  They will pick you up at the cruise dock or hotel.  Palmetto Hill has 20 platforms, swing bridges, and a climbing wall.  There are several other zip lines that have developed in 2012.

Picture of Spooky Channel on Roatan Island Honduras.


The barrier reef is the second largest in the world and is only a 150 feet from the end of Sunnyside’s pier at Spooky Channel.  The barrier reef is protected as a Marine Reserve in the northwestern tip of Roatan.   A large variety of marine life will be seen while snorkeling and diving in this area.  Click on dive location for a map of the popular dive sites on western tip of Roatan and information about a new Dive and Snorkel Guide of over 78 dive locations in Roatan.

Picture of Mahi Mahi on the dock on Roatan Island.

Deep sea fishing and flats fishing.  This link will give you more information and links for reservation requests for fishing.

Carambola gardens in Sandy Bay

At the Carambola Botanical Gardens and nature trails you’ll find a protected iguana and parrot breeding cliff, as well as some archaeological sites dating back to Mayan times.    Be sure to ask for a guide as this will make your experience here a lot more informative as the plants are not well marked.  The Garden is located on the main road near Anthony’s Key Resort in Sandy Bay.  The garden is open 7 days a wek from 7 AM to 5 PM.   Their phone number is 2445-3117 and email is [email protected] orwww.carambolagardens.com 


Ocean kayaking is a popular activity on Roatan.  Rentals can be found at some resorts and in West End at Cannibal Cafe.  While you are there, you might as well stay for Mexican food for lunch or dinner.  Good food and low prices! 



Visit the Butterfly Garden with approximately 200 butterflies and 20 different species which are native to Honduras.  The Butterfly Garden is located along the main road just before arrive in West End, open Sunday through Friday 9-5. Contact them at www.roatanbutterfly.com.



Watch the dolphin show at the Institute for Marine Sciences.  Swim with the dolphins at Anthony’s Key Dive center in Sandy Bay.  You might even get a kiss from “Bob”.   Contact them at www.anthonyskey.com or 800 227-3483 (US number) or 2445-3026.



Roatan Institute for Marine Sciences (RIMS) and the artifact museum of local history at Anthony’s Key Resort in Sandy Bay.  Here you will find Mayan and Payan history and artifacts.  The RIMS facility is open 7am until 5pm Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm on weekends.  Contact them at www.anthonyskey.com/en/rims/rims.html or 800 227-3483 (US number) or 2445-3026.


Horseback riding on the beach and in the hills is available from Keifetos Resort in the West Bay area.  Water taxis or regular taxis can get you to Keifetos.  Horses are also available in Sandy Bay and at Anthony’s Key Resort.  El Rancho Barrio Dorcas is located on the road to West End near Gibson Bight.  El Rancho Barrio Dorcas does have cruise ship offerings.  Contact them atwww.barriodorcasranch.com or cell phone of 9555-4880 or email at [email protected].  If you are in the West Bay area, then Keifito’s Plantation is your choice for horse back riding with a guide.  More information at keifitosplantation.com.



Stanley Submarine Adventure is for the serious underwater explorer.  Trips range from 1-1/2 to 4 hours and prices range from $400 to $1200.  Contact Captain Karl Stanley through this web site or by visiting him in person at Half Moon Bay Cabins.  Options include dives up to half a mile deep, on a shipwreck, to underwater canyons, on a seamount, overnight baiting trips, or simply picking a spot on the chart and seeing what’s there.  Contact them at www.stanleysubmarines.com



Explore the island by rental car and visit local villages, flower farms, and remote beaches.  Rental cars are available by the airport at Coxen Hole, West End or French Harbor. Avis, Budget and several local companies rent cars, trucks or SUV’s for daily or weekly rentals
.  You couldtour the island, visit the Iguana Farm, Marble Hills Farm, Jonestown, Oakridge, West Bay, mangrove tunnels, etc.  Contact www.caribbeanroatan.com or at 2455-6950 or 2455-6951.


Take a tour to the Iguana Farm near French Key belonging to islander Sherman Archer where you can see more than 2,700 iguanas of many varieties.  He also has lobster, tarpon, and turtles in a large pen area at the water side.  There is an admission charge.  Telephone 2445-7743 or 2445-7482.


Mangroves in Jonesville.

Visit Jonesville where a dory water taxi takes you through the mangrove tunnels.  There are several small shops in Jonesville with hand made local crafts.  Tours can be arranged.


The Spa Baan Suerte is located in Sandy Bay about 5 minutes from West End.  You can easily use their facilities and services and then head off to the beaches or restaurants to complete your day. They can be contacted at 2445-3059 or at [email protected] orwww.spabaansuerte.com or at cell phone 9931-7975.

Santé Wellness Centre

Enjoy the following:  aromatherapy, four handed massage, reflexology, seated chair massage, lymphatic drainage, European facials, fruit acid facial peels, thalassotherapy body wraps, and therapeutic massages [Swedish, Lifestream, Deep Tissue, Tui-Na (Chinese Sports), Le Stone (Hot Stone)].   Be sure to contact her in advance of your arrival [email protected] or at www.santewellnesscenter.com or 510 455-4232 (US number).

Captain Van’s Rentals is located in West End and West Bay. Rent vehicles, scooters and motorcycles for the day, week or more.  Let them help you see Roatan. Be sure to say hello to Murray when you are there.  Tell them this website sent you there.  Contact them atwww.captainvans.com or WEST END: 2445-4076 or WEST BAY 2445-5040. Open 9-4pm/everyday.
At Yubu the visitors will learn about the descendants of the Garifuna, their history, journey and arrival in Honduras.  You will experience the music, songs and dance styles of the Garifuna people which play an important part in their ancestral traditions and are an integral part of their culture.  Yubu is located at Politilly Bight, just before the entrance to the Garifuna village of Punta Gorda (about 20 minutes out of French Harbour).  Check locally before going.It is open every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9 AM – 3 PM, entrance fee is $5 per person.

Bodden Tours
Let Us Show Your Our Roatan

Many cruise ship passengers will find Bodden Tours (bus tours) as an excellent way to see the island.  They have a good reputation for their service at reasonable rates.  Check their web site for more information at www.boddentours.com/tours.htm  Contact them at their web site and arrange a custom tour to fit your needs and avoid all the hassles of negotiating a tour upon your arrival.  Other information on tours is listed atIsland Tours :  FishingTaxiPower Boat and Sailing


Water taxi service is convenient and easy between West End and West Bay.   The fare is 50 Lempiras during the day.   Look for the dock near Foster’s Bar or Crystal Beach Cabins in West End.  The return trip from West Bay has two pickup spots and you’ll easily recognize where to catch a ride.  Water taxis will go to other areas and be sure to confirm the fee before taking the trip.

Do It Yourself Excursions

See our locator maps


There are 2 cruise ship ports in Roatan. The Roatan port is located in Coxen Hole.  Mahogany Bay (Carnival Cruise ships) port is 4 miles east of Coxen Hole.   Walking into Coxen Hole from the Roatan port is very easy.  Coxen Hole does not offer a lot for the tourist.  However, there are some hand carved wood items from the mainland.  If it is highly polished, it is probably not from Honduras.  If you are an adventure traveler, then a quick walk into town and catching the mini bus to other island locations should be considered.  Check the tours vs taxi information before venturing out.  Also, port information and some links to do it yourself excursions can be found at www.portofroatan.com.  There are excursion agencies besides the tour on the ship and with a little research you will find direct links to most tourist activities with web sites and phone numbers on this web site.  You can find a “contact us” link on the web sites linked here and you will be able to contact the activity of your choice without any middleman!  However, if you just want to book an excursion, then the agents at www.roatancruiseexcursions.com orwww.tropicalrez.com/ are two booking web sites that can assist you.


Maya Key (operated by Anthony’s Cay Resort) offers swimming, snorkeling, shopping, food, etc on a small island off the end of the airport runway.  They have two secluded beaches, a 70000 gallon swimming pool, a 5000 square foot lounge deck and garden paths. Their boats will pick you up at the cruise terminal for a short 5 minute ride to the island.  You won’t see much of Roatan on this excursion but it is an inexpensive way to just “hang” in a tropical location.  The best water activity may be by the pool.  You can make reservations on their website atwww.mayakeyroatan.com or contact them at 800-227-3483 or 504-9995-9589

Roatan Natural Soapworks was created with the idea of creating a local business that provides jobs and training and at the same time provides visitors to the islands with a unique, quality souvenir-product of our beautiful islands.Cruise ship passengers can purchase the soap in a variety of locations or they can visit the factory which is east of French Harbour.  Come and see how avocado, lemongrass, madre caco and no see-um soap is manufactured.  You can visit their web site for more details or contact them at011-504-2455-7568 or 011-504-2455-7586.

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