Bay Islands Tourism Bureau – Roatan, Utila and Guanaja

The Bay Islands Tourism Bureau works in promoting and developing tourism in Roatan, Utila, and Guanaja. The locally-based organization has been a leader in the local tourism industry for decades. The organization’s members include the majority of leading tourism businesses on the islands and are open to businesses across the Bay Islands. Want to learn more about how you can help the Bay Islands Tourism Bureau:


The Bay Islands Tourism Bureau is a local membership-based organization working to promote and develop tourism to the Bay Islands of Roatan, Utila, and Guanaja.

The Bay Islands Tourism Bureau – CANATURH, would like to welcome you to three of the most beautiful and unspoiled islands in the Caribbean: Roatan, Utila, and Guanaja.

We are a local membership based organization and our job is to make sure that your visit is everything you dreamed it would be.

We do that by providing insight to the best hotels and vacation rentals information regarding the wide range of activities and attractions available to you here, dining options, shopping, groceries, banking and ATMs, real estate, transportation on in between islands, pharmacies, medical care and even legal services.

The Bay Islands Tourism Bureau offers everything you need to make your visit to our island paradise perfect.

You’ll find us at the Roatan International Airport the Mahogany Bay Cruise Ship terminal and online at:

Bienvenido – Welcome to the Bay Islands

To become a member of the Bay Islands Tourism Bureau email us at:

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What People Say About RTN!

*I love it because I am here on vacation, and I wanted to know what I could do so I turned on the TV, and boom there was my answer. It’s very educational for the guest much better than the magazine that usually is there. — Island Visitor

*It’s been wonderful we’ve had a lot of people come into the clinic because they saw the commercial on RTN. — GARM Clinic

*We felt the difference immediately we’ve had people coming from hotels they open the door looked at me and said they were coming to say hello, come on over and say hello. — Roatan Chocolate Factory