The Harbor on the south coast of Roatan is an interesting collection of towns. There are no roads so the locals use boats or water taxis to move from one area to another. In addition, all the houses tend to be elevated above the water and connected with narrow canals. The Venice of the Caribbean?
View looking East
Passage between towns can be made without going outside the reef. Here a pass thru the mangroves exists.
One of the many passes.
Le Chat Beaute at Calasbash Bight. We could travel five miles west from here by dinghy inside the reef.
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