Camp Bay Beach, Camp Bay, Roatan

This is the longest natural beach in all of Roatan. It is an undeveloped area, completely virgin and totally removed from the regular tourism hustle and bustle. Prepare yourself to be impressed by Camp Bay's stunning panoramic ocean views with its majestic turquoise waters and crashing waves as they roll up onto an ample white sand beach lined with palm and seagrape trees.

To reach this beautiful beach you must travel the Roatan main road heading east in all of its entirety until the paved road ends near the community of Punta Gorda. There you make a right on the dirt road and continue straight until you find the small sign on the left that says Camp Bay.

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Latitude: 16.42906 Longitude: -86.299549 Elevation: 22 ft
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Recreational Opportunities Available

Stroll along the beach, swim, snorkel or have a picnic on the sand under the shade of a seagrape tree.

Seasons Accessible

Year-round.

Fees (if any)

Free.

Actions taken to promote environmental or social sustainability

The is a completely natural beach and it is a unique example of what a pristine Caribbean shoreline should look like.

All visitors are required to respect the rules of the beach in order to keep it clean and looking spectacular:

  • If you are going to bring food, please take everything back with you and make sure you do not leave any garbage behind.
  • It is completely forbidden to remove sand and/or any marine organisms including conch shells, sea fans, or sea stars.

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