Kitesurfing in Roatan: where to stay!?!
Resort you said…
I am the opposite of what you would call a “resort person” (no judgement here if you like resort or not, as for me it’s just my preference. I like to feel I’m in a unique place, not crowded with tourist -from my country). I travel for a change. I want to see and experience a clash of culture in order to learn and discover. It’s essential (for me) to meet with the people from the place. Also at now 30 something, I don’t appreciate cockroaches… so I still aim for a place that offers me a certain comfort. But the most important of all, the place should transport a special and unique character or energy.
You can look for some other Hotels, but here I simply choose to create my own in order to meet my passion. One that would be really special, allowing a full contact with nature and lots of space! And of course, it was important to be close to the kiting area .
My Best Tips:
- Your advance. Make your life easy. Plan your Day pass: you’ll get the service of the school and their assistant (landing-launching-boat rescue).
- Plan at least one Boat trip. Those journeys are just unforgettable!
- Just starting: make sure you book your lesson ahead.
- Stay with us at the Camp Bay Lodge. Relax, be remote and kite direct on the spot.
If you are still not convinced, read some of our guest reviews: