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Roatan advice

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We are thinking about going to Roatan in the spring and hoping that some of the folks here might have some insight on where to stay and what to do. We love the beach and like to snorkel or snuba. We have been to Jamaica, Bahamas ( nassau and eluthra), Bonaire, and most recently San Pedro Belize ( Ramons ).

We enjoyed the great mix of activities in Belize and the proximity to town and snorkeling at shark ray alley. I admit I was tentative even with the nurse sharks, but once in .... it was really great. Snorkeling on Bonaire was great and it was really nice to be able to snorkel right off of the dock. How does Roatan compare to either San Pedro Belize or Bonaire

We are thinking about the west end and not sure if a resort or a house would be best. Any help would be appreciated.

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