Roatán in

Roatán is the largest of the Bay Islands of Honduras, and is much more than just its reputation as a cruise ship destination filled with holiday resorts. With jungles teeming with wildlife, the second largest coral reef in the world and a thriving local community, visiting Roatán in June will offer you a Caribbean island experience like no other.

Weather in Roatán in June

Parrot in Roatan


Heat and humidity in Roatán in July are high, as the summer months begin and temperatures continue to rise on the island. Make sure to bring sunglasses and suncream with you on your holiday, and pack clothing that you’ll be comfortable in when it’s hot.


The average high temperature in Roatán in June is 31°C, which tends to drop down to an average low of 25°C at night. It never really gets cold on the island in the summer, which is why it is advisable to stay in accommodation that has air conditioning! 

Sea Temperature

The sea temperature in Roatán in June is 28°C on average, which will feel very warm and is ideal for swimming and scuba diving. If the weather is clear then the water will be calm, but be aware of waves if the wind picks up, particularly on the east side of the island. 

Clouds and Rainfall

The chances of rain in Roatán increase a fair bit from May to June, with potentially 15 days a month that you might experience rainfall on the island. These are unlikely to be prolonged showers however, and might actually provide some relief from the heat.

Sunshine Hours

There are around 7 hours of sunshine a day in Roatán, with the sun rising at about 5.15 am in the morning, and setting by 8.25 pm at night. 

Where to go in Roatán in June

Houses in Roatan

Punta Gorda

Punta Gorda is the oldest settlement on Roatán and is home to the Garifuna people, who established the town in the 1700s after their ancestors were shipwrecked on nearby coral reefs. It’s a brilliant place to learn more about Roatán’s history and appreciate some of the island’s authentic history, as language, traditions and attire have been preserved by the Garifuna people over the years to ensure that their culture remains strong. 

Sandy Bay

Sandy Bay is on the west of Roatán, close to the popular West End beach and village, and is an area which has grown in popularity as a place to visit in the last few years. There is a large community of expatriates living in Sandy Bay which gives it a diverse population, along with a good selection of shops and eateries that make it an excellent place to visit if the weather takes an unexpected turn.

Things to do in Roatán in June

Palmetto Bay Beach

Hike the Island’s East End

If the weather is overcast, then a fun activity on Roatán for those who want to explore the landscape is a hiking expedition, following one of the trails on the east side of the island. Roatán’s East End is a lot less developed than its settlements in the west, but places like the Port Royal Wildlife Refuge offers incredible views of the wilder side of the island and takes you to heights which provide unparalleled views of your surroundings. 

Sample Baleadas

The food that Roatán is best known for is its baleadas, which is a tortilla wrap stuffed with beans and melted cheese, topped with combinations of chicken, avocado or eggs. Baleadas are sold in almost every cafe or roadside snack bar on the island and make a brilliant lunch or afternoon snack. Don’t leave Roatán without giving one a try!

Crowds & costs

June is not the high season for tourism in Roatán, but it won’t be deserted either, as the warm weather still attracts a fair amount of visitors, and prices for accommodation and flights are moderate. West Bay and West End Village are always the busiest parts of the island, but locations in the east are likely to be very quiet, and some of the larger resorts might feel a bit emptier. 

June festivals and events

Golden Buoy Dive Shop Olympics

Every year at either the end of May or the beginning of June, the dive shops in West End and West Bay on Roatán organise fundraising events for the islands SOL Foundation charity. The foundation sets up and supports community programs that aim to improve the quality of life in developing areas of the island and promote accessible education. 

The event ends with a ‘Dive Shop Olympics’ where competing businesses take part in various amusing competitions to earn points, which are added to the points they have scored for their fundraising efforts. The dive shop with the most points wins a buoy painted gold, hence the name of the event.

Boats in Roatan

Frequently asked questions about Roatán in June

Is Roatán dangerous for tourists?

While Honduras has quite a bad reputation for being an unsafe country, Roatán is relatively safe for tourists and those who visit the island are very unlikely to be affected by crime. There is a risk of theft or pickpocketing wherever you travel on holiday, so remember to keep an eye on your belongings at all times and make sure that you keep valuable items out of sight.

Does Roatán have nice beaches?

Roatán is known for having an incredible selection of beautiful beaches, all of which have soft white sand and shallow waters. If you’re dreaming of Caribbean paradise, complete with palm trees, you’ll find it here. 


If you’re looking for a hot summer holiday destination then Roatán is the right choice for you, with a tropical climate that is ideal for spending your days beside the sea and your evenings in the island’s lively towns. Whether you’re after boat trips and diving experiences, or you want to go off the beaten track and explore the mountains and jungles, there is always more to discover on holiday in Roatán.

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