The national and domestic borders of Honduras have been officially open since August 17, 2020 and according to the latest information are unlikely to close at this point. Flights direct from US to Roatan remain limited (Miami to Roatan on American) but there is a greater frequency of flights coming into San Pedro Sula on the mainland. From San Pedro Sula you may connect to Roatan on CM Airlines, Lahnsa or Aerolinea Sosa.

Covid-19 Cancellation Policy Update

The worldwide impact of COVID19 continues to ripple and evolve. It becomes clear that we will be living with travel restrictions for longer than originally anticipated.  As such we are releasing a revised COVID-19 cancellation policy.

For all reservations cancelled due to COVID19 from March 16, 2020 onwards, we will honor 100% of your deposit/advance payment towards a future stay, valid from October 1, 2020 – December 31, 2021 (1, 2, 3).  At this time, we have decided to offer all of 2021 for rebooking!!  We will be having a soft opening from Oct 2020 and look forward to seeing you all as soon as possible!

Please check our webpage at for best rates, availability and special offers.

Our number one priority is to welcome you back to Roatan.

If you have any question or inquiries please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Thank you and looking forward to welcoming you back to Roatan in the not-so-distant future.

  1. There are no black-out dates.
  2. The rate from the original reservation will be applied unless the rate for the future date is higher (ie peak season rates) in which case the higher rate will apply.
  3. This is a one-time offer only and further cancellations or re-bookings will revert to our normal cancellation policy.

For FUTURE/NEW Reservations:  WORRY FREE BOOKINGS  –  When you book a new reservation for 2020 and have to cancel due to Coronavirus infection,  Travel Restrictions including border closures & airline interruption to Roatan, you will be allowed to use the deposit for 12 months from original check-in date.

The requirement for entry into Honduras is a negative COVID test valid within 72 hours of your flight arrival time. The test may be PCR or antibody rapid test. There is no quarantine requirement.

Please check for more information on and Governor’s video transmissions.

COVID-19 Vaccine Card for Fully Vaccinated Travelers

If you are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and traveling at least 14 days after your final shot, you DO NOT need to get tested for COVID-19.

You will need:

  • The ORIGINAL Vaccination Card that was given to you at the vaccination site.

You are considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19: 14 days or more after you have received the second dose in a 2-dose series (Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, AstraZeneca), or 14 days or more after you have received a single-dose vaccine (J&J/Janssen).

Testing Requirements to Enter USA & CANADA:

As of: February 5, 2021

The following clinics meet the Honduran Health Department requirements.
Any questions should be directed to the Bay Islands Department of Health 


 PCR Testing (by appointment only). Accepted by US and Canada

Clinic Location Phone # Hours Price Results in
Centro DIMA Mount Pleasant, next to Davivienda 9898-5648 Mon-Fri 7am-4:30pm $188 / L4500 48 hours
Centro Medico Ramos Los Fuertes 3325-2911 Mon-Fri 7:30am $347 / L8500

$225 / L5500

12 hours

36 hours

Island Med Clinic Coxen Hole (opposite Petrosun) 2445-1551


Mon-Fri 7-3pm

Sat 8am-1pm

$250 12-36 hrs
Woods Medical Center Downtown Coxen Hole +1-305 744-2365 Mon-Fri 8-4pm

Sat 8am-10am

$200 / L4900 12-24 hrs

 Antigen Testing.  Accepted for travel to US, NOT accepted by Canada.

Clinic Location Phone # Hours Price Results in
Anthony’s Key Medical Clinic Sandy Bay 9450-3253 Mon-Fri 10am-2pm
Sat 10am
$50 / L1200 1-2 hrs
Centro DIMA Mount Pleasant, next to Davivienda 9898-5648 Mon-Fri 7am-4:30pm $75 / L1800

$59 / L1400 (60+)

2- 3 hrs
Island Med Clinic Coxen Hole (opposite Petrosun) 2445-1551


Mon-Fri 7am-3pm

Sat 8am-1pm

$50 / L1200 1 hour
Woods Medical Center Downtown Coxen Hole +1-305-744-2365 Mon-Sat 8-6pm $62 / L1500 15 mins


Price in USD may fluctuate based on current exchange rate.

Cocolobo COVID19 Transmission Prevention Action Plan

Guest and employee well-being has always been our primary concern at Cocolobo.  As we look forward to a future in which COVID19 quarantine restrictions are lifted and we can welcome back our guests, we have prepared a COVID19 action plan to ensure we are taking care of everyone to the best of our ability.

As a basis for this action plan we are following World Health Organization (WHO) definitions and guidelines.  As a starting point we accept the following WHO position on COVID19 transmission:

“According to current evidence, COVID-19 virus is transmitted between people through respiratory droplets (particularly when coughing). Direct contact with an infected person or indirect contact, (touching a surface or object that has been contaminated with respiratory secretions) and then touching their own mouth, nose, or eyes is another route of transmission. Although most infected people develop mild symptoms, severe disease may result.

Prevention measures include regular and thorough hand hygiene, social distancing, avoiding touching eyes, nose, and mouth, and good respiratory hygiene. In public areas, cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched objects and surfaces can help reduce the risk of infection.”

Special note on sanitization methods:

In all cases when Cocolobo refers to sanitization we are following the WHO guidelines for neutralizing the COVID19 virus.  We use 0.1% sodium hypochlorite (or household bleach at a dilution ratio of 1:50 dilution, explicitly noting 5 tablespoons (one-third cup) bleach per gallon of water or 4 teaspoons bleach per quart of water).   For objects on which bleach is not recommended eg TV remote controls, alcohol will be used.


Staff Awareness

All Cocolobo staff will attend training to ensure thorough understanding of COVID19:

  • What is COVID19
  • How it is transmitted
  • How transmission can be prevented
  • Symptoms and early detection

Guest Awareness

COVID19 fact-sheet will be posted in common areas and each guest room:

  • Social distancing measures, together with frequent hand hygiene and respiratory etiquette, are the main measures to prevent transmission of COVID-19.
    • Social distancing includes refraining from hugging, kissing, or shaking hands with guests as well as among staff. It involves maintaining a distance of at least 1 m (3 ft) and avoiding anyone who is coughing or sneezing.
    • Hand hygiene means regularly and thoroughly cleaning hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or washing them with soap and water. Also avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth. Hand disinfection is indicated after exchanging objects (money, credit cards) with guests.
    • Respiratory etiquette means covering mouth and nose with bent elbow or tissue when coughing or sneezing. The used tissue should be disposed of immediately in a bin with a lid.

Guest and Employee Screening

  • Cocolobo Employees will undergo regular antibody testing.
  • Cocolobo Employees will receive daily temperature check.
  • Guests will be asked to respond to COVID19 symptom checklist/risk self-assessment on check-in.
  • International guests will be asked to present COVID19 screening results on check-in (as required by Honduran Government for passing immigration)

Monitoring of guests who are possibly ill

While maintaining the upmost respect for our guest privacy, any guest presenting symptoms of illness will be asked to a) inform Cocolobo Management and b) self-isolate.  We will coordinate with local medical services for assistance.

Monitoring of staff who are possibly ill

Any employee with symptomatic illness will be asked not to report to work.  They must attend the appropriate medical facility for screening and to rule out the possibility of COVID19 prior to returning to work.

Disclosure of COVID19 cases

If a Cocolobo guest or employee tests positive for COVID19, Cocolobo Management will inform all guests and employees who could have potentially had contact with the infected person.

Housekeeping Protocols  

  • Housekeeping staff must sanitize hands before entering a guest room and upon leaving the room.  They must wear a face mask at all times while in the room.
  • Daily sanitization of rooms (with use of 0.1% sodium hypochlorite or alcohol) will follow a special checklist to ensure coverage of areas which are frequently touched, such as: light switches; taps/faucets; trash bins; toilet flush levers; TV remote control; and doorknobs.
  • Twice-daily sanitization of high traffic areas such as dining tables, chairs, railings, bar-top and common bathroom.
  • Sanitization of all utensils, glassware, mugs and table ware with 0.1% sodium hypochlorite following use.
  • Refresh and sanitization of bedding and towels for room change-overs (or weekly for guests staying longer than 7 nights), including bedspreads, mattress protectors and pillow protectors.  Linen sanitation protocol includes pre-soak with 0.1% sodium hypochlorite (whites only), washing with anti-bacterial detergent, tumble-drying on high heat OR line drying in direct sunlight.
  • Daily sanitization of cleaning materials and tools (clothes, mop heads etc).

Guest Lounge and Restaurant Protocols

  • Signage through restaurant and lobby area as to guest and employee sanitation protocols.
  • Alcohol-based hand sanitizer stations at receptions, in lounge and at start of breakfast buffet.
  • Breakfast Buffet:
    • All staff to hand sanitize and don face masks before setting out or refreshing the buffet.
    • All guests to use alcohol-based hand sanitizer and don face masks before serving from  the breakfast buffet.
    • Guests not to handle food but to use provided food service utensils.
    • Alcohol-based hand sanitizer and soap in the common bathrooms.

Special Action Plan for Evacuation of Suspected or Confirmed COVID19 Case

  • Suspected or confirmed COVID19-positive guests will self-isolate (along with their roommate(s) and will be evacuated as early as possible to a suitable quarantine facility.  Cocolobo Management Team will coordinate with local authorities.
  • Housekeeping staff will follow a special protocol for sanitizing the room:
  • Fresh PPE
  • Biohazard waste disposal
  • Room Sanitization
  • Linen and soft-furnishing sanitization

Maintenance of Air Conditioning Units

  • COVID-19 is not transmitted by air but from person to person through small droplets from the nose or mouth when an infected person coughs or exhales.
  • However, at Cocolobo attention is given, as in normal circumstances, monitoring the condition of filters and maintaining the proper replacement rate.