Steve is right on this, and I hope you are
adventursome enough to trust that. My fiance and I
flipped a coin last month; Belize or Roatan. Well,
Roatan won, and needless to say, we booked our tickets
on the spur of the moment. We booked LA - El Salvador
- San Pedro Sula. Then, we did as Steve suggests and
it worked out fine. Just be prepared for the smaller,
propeller planes used from San Pedro Sula to La Cieba,
and then, onto Roatan. There is no overhead air on
those planes so dress cooly and hold on!
Shelly & Ion
--- Steve wrote:
> Hi Debbie,
> No, it's a breeze to get to Roatan from SPS. Your
> plane should get in
> before 2:00 generally, then you just walk to the
> Islena or other local
> airline counter and get a round trip to Roatan.
> Often it makes a stop in La
> Ceiba, occasionally it flies direct to Roatan. It
> should be around $100-120
> round trip and you can almost always just catch a
> flight out the same day.
> I always have. It is also often less expensive to
> not book straight through
> from the US and actually buy your tickets for the
> SPS - Roatan leg when you
> get to SPS airport.
> There isn't really a place to stay by the airport.
> You can go into the city
> and stay at the Gran Sula Hotel. I like SPS, but
> there isn't much to see
> there. I've found the people very friendly.
> You should be flying from Houston if you are coming
> from the West Coast.
> See my last message for help booking airfares.
> List Admin (send cries for help and complaints to
> http://www.roatanet.com - Visitors Guide to Roatan &
> the Bay Islands
> We are planning our trip for February. I'm
> with airfare. If we fly into San Pedro Sula what is
> the best way to get to Roatan? What time do we need
> to be there by to get to Roatan? When I try to book
> direct to Roatan there are only week-end flights and
> we want to stay about 10 days, so it won't work.
> much is the fare from San Pedro Sula to Roatan? If
> overnite stay is required to connect, where is a
> place to stay near the airport? I really want to
> to Roatan, but it sure seems hard to get there..
> I'm flying from the west coast, but have tried to
> through Dallas as well as Miami...someone out there
> must know the easiest way..
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