Our Caribbean Cabin ~ Morada Coralina

Morada Coralina ~ Coral Dwelling

Campfire Bay Resort's Caribbean reef and jungle cabin is named after the fact that the second largest barrier reef in the world, the MesoAmerican Barrier Reef, runs just around 400 meters right in front of her private dock. Smaller outcroppings are just a short swim away.

Roatan, one of the Bay Islands off the coast of Honduras, is not only a snorkeling and diving destination, but with its small mountains, sandy beaches, and diverse peoples, it's an all around tropical delight.

This Caribbean island is easier to get to than many islands with direct flights on several airlines from several major cities. In Minnesota, where Campfire Bay Resort is located, Sun Country offers a 4ish hour flight (November to mid April only) from Minneapolis (MSP) to Roatan's international airport (RTB). Then, you just catch a cab or rent a car for just a 45 minute drive to our Caribbean cabin, Morada Coralina.

Caribbean cabin nestled in the 3/4 acres of jungle on the ocean

Nestled within the lush embrace of the tropical forest, our Caribbean reef and jungle cabin sits just 150 feet away from our private beach, offering an idyllic escape into nature. Surrounded by verdant foliage, the cabin provides a tranquil retreat.


The Dock with Palapa at Morada Coralina near Punta Blanca, Roatan, Honduras

Relax in a palapa hammock as it becomes your front-row seat to some of the most beautiful sunsets on the planet. The rhythmic sounds of the waves pounding against the reef 400 meters out provide a soothing melody as you let all your worries melt away.

Private beach with tropical trees and a private dock with palapa in Roatan, Honduras

Our private beach and dock, just a short stroll away, is your access to the crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean Sea. Enjoy the sun, take refreshing dips in the ocean, or simply savor the breathtaking views from a hammock under the palapa.

Be One of the First Guests to Stay In Morada Coralina

Our Caribbean reef and jungle cabin is waiting for you! It has two bedrooms with a queen bed in each and one 3/4 bathroom with a spacious shower.

The fully equipped kitchen has a microwave, fridge, and oven. It also has a toaster, blender, coffee maker, and Aeropress for making your own espresso drinks.

The dining and living area has an amazing forest and ocean view if the weather doesn't cooperate. Or relax and gaze at the sea on the deck in a hammock or lounge chairs, if you don't want to be on the beach or dock.

A 2 person kayak and snorkeling gear for 3 are available for use and stored in the tuck under garage.


We'd always been interested in owning a cabin in Roatan and April of 2023, while staying close by for a much needed getaway, we saw that this property was for sale at a fair price.  We put in an offer and were surprised when it was accepted and even more surprised when it closed only a couple of months later!

Due to how busy we are with Campfire Bay Resort, we thought we'd wait a while to build, but changed our minds when our oldest son expressed the desire to honeymoon there!  We found a great builder, and they started building in October of 2023.

We have more stories to tell and things to share about the area, Punta Blanca, the island, and more on our blog. When you book, we will provide you with all the tips on places you need to visit and things to do.

We can't wait to share our favorite place in the Caribbean with you! We've been vacationing in Roatan for over 15 years and continue to be amazed by the beauty of the area above and below the water. You will be too!

Inside Our Caribbean Reef and Jungle Cabin

Jungle side bedroom of beach rental home has lush forest views

On the jungle side of our cabin, the bedroom has lush green views. A comfortable, thick memory foam queen bed, A/C, and a ceiling fan help make your tropical getaway feel luxurious.


Roatan Honduras ocean access 2br cabin bedroom with queen bed and sea view

Relax in bed while staring out at the Caribbean Sea in our ocean view bedroom! The plush memory foam queen mattress, A/C, and ceiling fan just make it all that much better.

Tropical island rental cabin living area has a sleeper sofa, side chairs, a dining set that seats 6, and a full kitchen

Our spacious living, dining, and kitchen area can accommodate 6 people easily. The sofa becomes a 3rd queen bed and the table sits 6. Free WiFi will keep you connected to the outside world if you so choose.

2BR Caribbean cabin with spacious tiled shower, large vanity, and toilet hidden from entrance

The 3/4 bathroom boasts a vaulted ceiling, spacious tiled shower, large vanity sink, and toilet. The frosted window in the toilet area allows a lot of light in.


Spacious dining and living area with ocean view in Caribbean reef and jungle cabin, Morada Coralina.

Enjoy the beautiful view of the tropical jungle and Caribbean Sea from the spacious dining and living area while inside. But who wants to be inside when you can relax on the deck?

Fully equipped kitchen in 2br tropical jungle island cabin in Roatan, Honduras

Morada Coralina has a fully equipped kitchen with stove, fridge, microwave, toaster, coffee maker, and Aeropress. There is even a cooler to keep your beverages cold down at the dock!

Caribbean Cabin Virtual Tours

Caribbean Reef & Jungle Cabin 2024 Rates:


Daily ~ $200 for 4 people, add'l people $25pp

Weekly ~ $1100 for 4 people, add'l $125pp

Monthly ~ Contact us for a great deal!

Morada Coralina Location

Our Caribbean Cabin, Morada Coralina, is located on the less touristy, quieter east part of the island of Roatan. We are on the north side, but due to the arch of the island and our position on it, we get gorgeous sunsets. West Bay, on the far west tip of Roatan, boasts one of the most beautiful beaches in the world and is just 23.5mi/39km away. However, because up to five cruise ships a day now land near there, most days that beach is packed, so a day there should be strategically planned. Meanwhile, just 6.5 mi/8km from our little reef and jungle cabin is Camp Bay Beach, which is almost as beautiful, and some days completely empty!

From the airport, just turn right onto the one main road that goes east/west and is known as Carretera Principal. You'll be on this windy road for around 35 minutes until you come to Oak Ridge. Make sure you stay left on the road there and keep the gas station on your right.

Shortly after passing the gas station Carretera ends and Punta Gorda Road continues slight left. Turn right onto Diamond Rock Road here. Drive about half a mile/1km until you see Aroha Estates on your left.  Immediately after, turn left onto Punta Blanca Road.

About another half a mile down you'll see another Y with a bunch of house name signs on it, including Morada Coralina. Turn left and go about 400 meters until you hit Añoranza, right before the road curves sharply to the right.

Turn left down our steep driveway and we're the only home at the end of the drive. Pull onto the concrete pad under the deck if you want!

One of the reasons we built Morada Coralina was to be close to the coral reef and do our part to protect it. We'd love you to join us! While you stay here, consider volunteering with one of the local organizations that do reef clean ups and/or coral restoration. Why?

  1. Biodiversity Conservation:
    • Coral reefs are crucial ecosystems that support a vast array of marine life. Getting involved in coral restoration helps preserve biodiversity and ensures the survival of countless species dependent on coral reefs.
  2. Climate Change Mitigation:
    • Coral reefs act as natural buffers against climate change by absorbing and storing carbon dioxide. Participating in restoration efforts contributes to the overall fight against climate change.
  3. Economic Importance:
    • Coral reefs play a significant role in supporting fisheries, tourism, and coastal protection. Healthy reefs contribute to local economies, providing livelihoods for many communities.
  4. Scientific Research:
    • Coral restoration efforts often involve scientific research and monitoring. Contributing to these initiatives helps scientists better understand coral ecosystems and develop strategies for their conservation.
  5. Personal Connection to Nature:
    • Engaging in coral restoration creates a personal connection to the ocean and nature. It fosters a sense of responsibility for environmental stewardship and a commitment to preserving the planet for future generations.

Participating in coral restoration or clean ups is a proactive step toward ensuring the longevity of these vital ecosystems. By getting involved, individuals contribute to a collective effort to protect and restore coral reefs, fostering a healthier and more resilient marine environment.