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Welcome to St. John's Bay

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St. John's Bay is the world’s most innovative startup city, located on the Caribbean island of Roatán, Honduras. If you're interested in experiencing this exciting new city for yourself, we've got you covered.

Book your stay today and experience inspiring natural landscapes, exceptional amenities, and meet the Prospera community who’ve already made the move.

Explore St. John's Bay

Relax and enjoy the stunning beaches of Roatán at the Pristine Bay Resort Beach Club, or take advantage of the coworking spaces and catch up on remote work while enjoying the warmth of the Caribbean.

St. John’s Bay is 20 minutes from Roatán International Airport (RTB), which directly connects to dozens of major cities in the Americas, including primary hubs in the United States.

During your visit you can meet local residents and innovators at one of our entrepreneurship and crypto events, get an in-depth look at Próspera’s properties, learn about our unique governance system, and experience the beauty of Roatán. Our knowledgeable team ensure that you have a wonderful visit.

Pristine Bay Resort

Situated on over 300 acres of land, Pristine Bay is an expansive development project that includes townhomes, villas, apartments and an array of community spaces and restaurants.

Pristine Bay is the heart of social activity in St. Johns Bay.

Beta Building

Visit the first building constructed entirely under Próspera regulations and permitting.

The Beta Building is a landmark in the Próspera journey and the base of operations for ongoing projects and development.

Bitcoin Center

Come grab a coffee at the Bitcoin Education Center and pay in Bitcoin. If you’re new to bitcoin, join a class to learn more and set up your first bitcoin wallet.

Scuba Shop

Explore the biggest barrier reef in the western hemisphere. Take a snorkeling tour, scuba through a shipwreck, or get your PADI certification.

Discover Roatán

White Sand Beaches

The island of Roatán is home to dozens of pristine beaches with crystal clear waters, palms, local nightlife, restaurants, resorts and more.

Lush Landscapes

Stunning flora and fauna native to the region provide a stimulating and awe inspiring backdrop for the city of St. John’s Bay.

Crystal Clear Seas

The Great Mayan Reef (2nd largest on earth) makes for world-class diving, fishing, and boating around of Roatán.


What are a few items I should remember to pack?

Bug spray, sunscreen, and a lightweight rain jacket. Sometimes there are scattered showers.

What is the weather like?

Roatán has a tropical climate with warm and humid temperatures throughout the year. The average temperature ranges between 77°F (25°C) and 86°F (30°C), with the warmest months being June through September. The rainy season lasts from October to January, with the heaviest rainfall typically in November and December. However, even during the rainy season, there are plenty of sunny days with intermittent rain showers. The dry season runs from February to May, with sunny and warm weather. Overall, Roatán enjoys warm and pleasant weather year-round, making it a great destination for outdoor activities and relaxation.

What are the best apps to have on my phone to explore the island?

We recommend using the Google Maps app on your phone for directions when exploring the island. Additionally, you’ll find most businesses and restaurants use Facebook to share information. WhatsApp is the most popular phone call and text method on the island.

Do I need to purchase a residency permit to visit Próspera?

No, visitors can receive a limited visitor pass. If you’re looking to stay for more than a week, the Próspera Explorer’s Package includes a year of eResidency. Learn more about Próspera Residency here.

Will my phone work in Roatán?

Yes, Roatán has cell service and is compatible with most international plans with mainline carriers. We recommend checking with your carrier and making arrangements prior to travel to eliminate roaming fees.

Is Roatán "touristy"?

The beauty of Roatán is that it offers something for everyone. At over 32 square miles, the island offers a quiet, tranquil setting with plenty of options for those seeking a secluded tropical setting for rest and relaxation. For those looking for a more social experience, the community of West Bay hosts over 1 million visitors annually, and is a popular stop for cruise lines. Roatán’s population is largely bilingual, fluent in both English and Spanish.

Is Roatán safe?

Roatán is generally safe for visitors and is notably safer than mainland Honduras and other areas of Central America. The island hosts more than 1 million visitors annually from North America, Europe, and around the world. However, as with any destination, it is always advisable to take basic safety precautions such as keeping an eye on your belongings and not wandering alone in unfamiliar areas at night. Petty crime such as pickpocketing and theft can occur, but violent crime is relatively rare on the island. Additionally, Próspera has implemented advanced security measures to ensure the safety of its residents and visitors, including surveillance systems, gated access, and private security personnel.

What are the entry requirements for Honduras?

Visitors to Honduras are required to have a passport that is valid for at least six months beyond the date of their arrival. Find the entry requirements into Honduras here.

How can I get to Roatán?

Direct flights to Roatán are available from major cities like Miami, Houston, Dallas, Atlanta, Toronto, and more. Airlines such as American Airlines, United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and AirCanada operate regular flights to Roatán. Once you arrive at Roatan’s Juan Manuel Galvez International Airport (RTB), you can easily make your way to Próspera by car or taxi. The drive from the airport to Próspera takes about 15 minutes. Depending on where you are traveling from, it may be advantageous to book flights separately from your city to an airport with a direct flight to Roatan, like Miami, Houston, Atlanta, Denver, Madrid, San Pedro Sula, Palmerola or Tegucigalpa, and then book your flight to Roatan separately.

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