Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Inexpensive Island Living, Roatan

International Living has ranked Roatan as one of the least expensive places to live. Don't you think you should see what all the buzz is about?
Roatán is the largest of the Bay Islands, lying about 35 miles off the Honduran coast. The island is most famous as a diving destination and retirement haven in the western Caribbean.
It ticks a lot of boxes—affordable, white-sand beaches, see-to-the-bottom Caribbean waters, warm weather, cooling sea breezes, and a laid back island vibe.
Although, Honduras is Spanish-speaking, thanks to its historical link to England—it was once a British colony—English is widely spoken on Roatán, making the island an easy place to fit in.
Regular flights in and out of the international airport, make Roatán accessible—it’s quick and easy to see family back home. But it’s still out of the mainstream, at least compared to other Caribbean island getaways, and that has kept prices affordable for real estate and living costs. A couple could live well on $30,000 a year—$2,000 to $2,500 a month.
Paya Bay Beach, Roatan
While on Roatan, stay at the Tropical Garden Villa at Palmetto Bay Resort. A 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with private pool steps from miles of white sand beach await you. The resort has a restaurant and bar, dive shop, dock and a community pool.
Call 201 233-3472 in the US for more information.