Roatan's location in the Caribbean creates an ideal temperature all year round. Rainier months can be between November and January. Technically, high season is January through June.

Thankfully, Roatan is not really an area that sees much hurricane activity. The island does receive tradewinds however, they provide nothing much other than a cool breeze or occasional storm.

There are still highlighted times to visit Roatan in what is considered the "off season". Christmas in Roatan  does celebrate with decorations, parades, feasts, and more. Halloween also sees fun and festive celebrations.

In September in Palmetto Bay is a 5K run and 1K walk which is an annual fundraiser called "Wild and Free", for the preservation of the Island Yellow-Napped Parrot. More than just a competition, there is live traditional music, and a lot of prizes. Also in September, on the 15th, is the celebration of Independence Day.