|Popular in||December||High demand for flights, 6% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||April||Best time to find cheap flights, 3% potential price drop|
|Average price||C$ 783||Average for round-trip flights in July 2021|
|Round-trip from||C$ 699||From Toronto to Roatan Island|
|One-way from||C$ 13||One-way flight from Toronto to Roatan Island|
YTO - RTB
C$ 757 - C$ 1,266
Flights from Canada to Roatan, Honduras range from about 12-24h. If you’re flying out of Toronto Pearson International Airport, expect your flight to be on the shorter end of the range, while those flying out of Vancouver can expect a longer flight time, due to the location of these cities in comparison to Roatan. This is especially true if you book a flight with multiple layovers, as lengthy stopovers can contribute to a longer journey.
There are currently no direct flights from Canada to Roatan, unfortunately. Those who prefer a shorter flight time have a couple of options at their disposal. Firstly, consider which airlines fly into Roatan regularly, which happen to be United, American Airlines, and Delta. Secondly, plan on flying from your nearest international airport in order to try to book a flight on one of these airlines with as few layovers as possible. For example, if you live in Manitoba, a flight from Winnipeg International is likely to serve your purpose best. Common layover cities in a flight from Canada to Roatan include Denver, New York, Mexico City, and San Salvador.
Roatan is home to one international airport, Juan Manuel Galvez (RTB), conveniently located just 3km southeast of Roatan city centre. The most popular form of transport from the airport to city centre is by taxi, which is readily available outside the airport’s arrival’s terminal. A trip to city centre Rotan, such as to Coxen Hole, will only take about 15 minutes and cost about C$20 for one passenger, with two or more passengers incurring a slight increase in the price. You can also rent a car from one of several agencies located at the airport or you may opt to take a shuttle service if it’s offered by your hotel or resort.
Roatan, Honduras is the perfect vacation spot for those who love watersports and are craving a Caribbean island getaway. While here, you can enjoy such activities as diving, sailing, snorkeling, and 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. Spend the afternoon at lush Gumbalimba Park, where you can zipline through the jungle, over a lagoon, and to the beach from Monkey Trail Canopy. Relax beachside at the peaceful Half Moon Bay beach, where you can enjoy the views and of course, splash around in the sea.
Canadian citizens travelling to Roatan, Honduras need a valid passport but do not require a visa as long as their journey is slated for under 90 days and is for tourism or business purposes.