By Bus -- During daylight hours, minibuses ply back and forth from one end of the island to the other on Roatán's one main road for a fare of L20 to L40 ($1-$2) per person, depending on how far you travel. Most buses will travel only east or west, from Coxen Hole to one end of the island.
By Car -- Several car-rental agencies have stands at the airport, including Caribbean Rent a Car (tel. 504/2455-6950; www.caribbeanroatan.com) and Avis (tel. 504/3374-8964; www.avis.com). Prices range from L855 to L1,520 ($45-$80) per day.
By Taxi -- Taxi stands are located in every major tourist center, and waiting taxis sit outside most of the island's largest resorts. Prices are relatively high, compared with the mainland. A ride from the airport or Coxen Hole to the West End will run about L300 to L400 ($15-$20). After 6pm, when the buses stop running, fares go up. Colectivo taxis, which pick up other passengers, are a cheaper option and run set routes much like a bus.
By Water Taxi -- Water taxi service runs daily from 9am to 9pm and is a convenient way to get between West End and West Bay. Just flag down a passing boat at any dock and one should stop. The fare is L50 ($3).
By Scooter -- You can rent motorized scooters at stands across the island. Captain Van's Rentals (tel. 504/2403-8751; www.captainvans.com; L740 ($39) per day) on the West End and in West Bay is the most popular and accessible operator for visitors. They'll also rent by the week at a discounted rate.
Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.