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Travel Advisory July 17, 2023

Honduras - level 3: reconsider travel.

Reissued with obsolete COVID-19 page links removed.

Reconsider travel to Honduras due to crime and kidnapping . Some areas have increased risk. Read the entire Travel Advisory.

Do not travel to:

  • Gracias a Dios Department due to crime .

Country Summary : Violent crime, such as homicide, armed robbery, and kidnapping, is common. Violent gang activity, such as extortion, violent street crime, rape, and narcotics and human trafficking, is widespread. Local police and emergency services lack sufficient resources to respond effectively to serious crime.

Read the country information page for additional information on travel to Honduras.

If you decide to travel to Honduras:

  • Avoid demonstrations.
  • Be aware of your surroundings.
  • Avoid walking or driving at night.
  • Do not physically resist any robbery attempt.
  • Be extra vigilant when visiting banks or ATMs.
  • Do not display signs of wealth, such as wearing expensive watches or jewelry.
  • Exercise caution using cell phones in public, including inside of cars while stopped in traffic.
  • Visit our website for Travel to High-Risk Areas .
  • Enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive Alerts and make it easier to locate you in an emergency.
  • Follow the Department of State on Facebook and Twitter .
  • Review the Country Security Report for Honduras.
  • Prepare a contingency plan for emergency situations. Review the Traveler’s Checklist .
  • Visit the CDC page for the latest Travel Health Information related to your travel.

Gracias a Dios Department – Level 4: Do Not Travel

Gracias a Dios is an isolated area with high levels of criminal activity and drug trafficking. Infrastructure is weak, government services are limited, and police and military presence is scarce.

  • The U.S. government has limited ability to provide emergency services to U.S. citizens in Gracias a Dios as U.S. government employees are restricted from traveling to the area.

Visit our website for Travel to High-Risk Areas

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Quick Facts

Passport must have three months validity.

One page required for entry stamp.

No for stays of up to 90 days.

Required: Honduras currently requires travelers arriving from or traveling to Panama and every nation in South America to present proof of yellow fever vaccine. Effective March 22, 2023: Travelers are no longer required to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 or negative test results for a PCR, Antingen, or ELISA test prior to entry in to Honduras. Airlines may still require additional documentation prior to boarding. Suggested: measles, rubella, rabies, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, typhoid.

Travelers must declare any amount over $10,000.

Embassies and Consulates

U.S. Embassy Tegucigalpa Avenida La Paz Tegucigalpa M.D.C. Honduras Telephone:  +(504) 2236-9320 or +(504) 2238-5114 Emergency After-Hours Telephone: +(504) 2238-5114 or +(504) 2236-9320 Fax: +(504) 2238-4357 Business Hours: Monday - Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:00p.m.  Friday, 7:30a.m. to 3:00 p.m

U.S. Consular Agent - San Pedro Sula Banco Atlántida Building 11th Floor, across the street from Central Park San Pedro Sula Honduras Telephone:  +(504) 2558-1580 Emergency After-Hours Telephone: Please contact the U.S. Embassy in Tegucigalpa: +(504) 2238-5114 or +(504) 2236-9320, extension 4100 Business Hours: Mondays and Tuesdays 7:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.; Wednesdays and Thursdays 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Closed Fridays.

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See the Department of State’s website  www.state.gov  for information on U.S. - Honduras relations.

Entry, Exit and Visa Requirements

To enter Honduras, you need:

  • A U.S. passport with at least three months validity.
  • Evidence of onward travel. For stays of up to 90 days, you do not need a visa for tourism.
  • Please note, individuals who do not obtain the appropriate visa, or overstay their time in Honduras, may face significant exit fines.

Visit the  Embassy of Honduras  website or any of the  Honduran consulate  websites for the most current visa information.

Special Requirements for Minors :  Under Honduran law, children under age 21 who are traveling unaccompanied or with only one parent must have written, notarized permission to travel from the non-traveling parent(s).

  • If notarizing a permission letter in Honduras, the letter should be notarized by a Honduran notary public.
  • If notarizing a permission letter in the United States, the letter should be apostilled by the U.S. state registrar where the notary is registered.  Honduran immigration authorities may also accept permission letters notarized at a Honduran embassy or consulate in the United States.
  • If there is no second parent with legal custody of the child (e.g., the second parent is deceased, one parent has sole custody, etc.), travelers can provide copies of the relevant paperwork such as a court decision, birth certificate naming only one parent, death certificate, etc.

The U.S. Department of State is unaware of any HIV/AIDS entry restrictions for visitors or residents of Honduras.

Find information on  dual nationality ,  prevention of international child abduction , and  customs information  on our websites.

Safety and Security

Crime:  While crime and violence are serious problems throughout the country, municipalities along the north coast and central portions of the country have historically had the country’s highest crime rates.

Gracias a Dios 

In particular, Gracias a Dios is a remote location where narcotics trafficking is commonplace, infrastructure is weak, government services are limited, and police or military presence is scarce. As a result, the U.S. Embassy has restricted U.S. government personnel travel to Gracias a Dios. U.S. citizens should not travel to Gracias a Dios. The Honduran government conducts police and military patrols in major cities in an effort to reduce crime. However, the ability of Honduran law enforcement authorities to prevent, respond to, and investigate criminal incidents, and to prosecute criminals is limited.

Bay Islands and Copan Ruins 

Areas frequented by tourists, such as the Bay Islands (including Roatan, Utila and Guanaja) and Copan Ruins, have notably lower rates of violent crime and increased law enforcement services. U.S. government employees have no restrictions on travel to these areas. Travelers should still exercise reasonable precautions. Of note, foreign residents of the Bay Islands who purchase properties have reported increased incidents of harassment, including being the victims of violent attacks, after becoming involved in disputes.

Review your personal security plans; remain aware of your surroundings and local events; and monitor local news stations for updates. Maintain a high level of vigilance, take appropriate steps to enhance your personal security, and follow instructions of local authorities.

Read the  Travel Advisory for Honduras  for additional information.

Demonstrations:   Demonstrations regularly occur in Honduras, particularly near the Presidential Palace, Congress, and the universities in Tegucigalpa. Protests and work stoppages have become common at Ministerio Publico offices throughout the country, leading to interruptions in services. Additionally, some protests directed toward the U.S. government, usually small in size, can occur around the U.S. Embassy. In addition, there are often demonstrations on the CA-5, the main highway connecting Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula. This highway is used to access or exit Palmerola International Airport – XPL, near Comayagua (54 miles north of Tegucigalpa). Palmerola is currently the main international airport for Tegucigalpa. Protests often result in the extended closure of major roads and highways in and between major cities, blocking the flow of goods, services and reducing access to daily household supplies. U.S. citizens visiting or residing in Honduras should avoid large gatherings or events where crowds have congregated to demonstrate, protest, or cause damage as a byproduct of celebrating an event, such as after soccer matches. 

Victims of Crime:  If you are a victim of crime, call the national police by dialing 911. Remember that local authorities are responsible for investigating and prosecuting the crime.

Also contact the U.S. Embassy at 011-504-2236-9320 or 011-504-2238-5114 (and after-hours at 011-504-2238-5114). We can:

  • help you find appropriate medical care
  • assist you in reporting a crime to the police
  • contact relatives or friends with your written consent
  • explain the local criminal justice process in general terms
  • provide a list of local attorneys
  • provide our information on  resources for victims of crime
  • provide an emergency loan for repatriation to the United States and/or limited medical support in cases of destitution
  • help you find resources for accommodation and flights home

Domestic Violence: U.S. citizen victims of domestic violence may contact the U.S. Embassy for assistance.

Severe Weather:  Honduras is vulnerable to hurricanes, heavy rains, and flooding, especially between June and November. For up-to-date information, visit Honduras’ National Emergency Management Commission ( COPECO ) website for current alerts, as well as the  National Hurricane Center’s website .

Scams:  See the  Department of State  page for information on scams.

Tourism:  The tourism industry is unevenly regulated, and safety inspections for equipment and facilities do not commonly occur. Hazardous areas/activities are not always identified with appropriate signage, and staff may not be trained or certified either by the host government or by recognized authorities in the field. In the event of an injury, appropriate medical treatment is typically available only in/near major cities.  First responders are generally unable to access areas outside of major cities and to provide urgent medical treatment. U.S. citizens are encouraged to purchase medical evacuation insurance.  See our webpage for more  information on insurance providers for overseas coverage.

Local Laws & Special Circumstances

State of Exception:  Honduras is under a long-standing “State of Exception”. There may be restrictions on freedom of movement and other rights under this State of Exception. Monitor local media for updates and information on restrictions in specific neighborhoods.  

Criminal Penalties:  You are subject to local laws. If you violate local laws, even unknowingly, you may be expelled, arrested, or imprisoned. It is important for all U.S. citizens in Honduras to be aware that Honduran legal procedures and traditions differ greatly from those to which most Americans are accustomed.

Judicial procedures are not always clear or easily understood by foreigners, and significant delays during the investigation and trial dates are common. U.S. citizens, as well as Hondurans, are often held in jail for months, and sometime years, while awaiting trial.

Furthermore, some crimes are also prosecutable in the United States, regardless of local law. For examples, see our website on  crimes against minors abroad  and the  Department of Justice  website.

Arrest Notification:  If you are arrested or detained, ask police or prison officials to notify the U.S. Embassy immediately. See our  webpage  for further information.

Special circumstances:

Customs Regulations:   Strict regulations apply to the import and export of items such as vehicles, medications, and business equipment.  Honduran law prohibits the export of artifacts from pre-colonial civilizations, as well as certain birds and other flora and fauna.  For specific information, contact the Embassy of Honduras in Washington, DC and see our  Customs Regulations . 

Individuals found to be in possession of illicit drugs, firearms, or more than $10,000 in currency are likely to be arrested and face prosecution by Honduran authorities. Fines for carrying more than $10,000 in undeclared currency can exceed one third of the total amount of currency carried by the traveler.

Medication and Medical Equipment:  Medical brigades traveling to Honduras are advised that they need to complete customs forms, as well as medical clearance forms, at least three business days prior to brining medications or medical equipment into the country. U.S. citizens taking part in medical missions to Honduras should contact Aduanas Honduras ( www.aduanas.gob.hn ) and ARSA ( https://www.arsa.gob.hn/ ) for information regarding the timeline for customs approval, the forms that are required, and restrictions on the types of medications and equipment that are allowed.

Firearms:   No one may bring firearms into Honduras, except for diplomats and other official travelers, or individuals participating in sporting events who have obtained a firearm permit from the Honduran Ministry of Security or Ministry of Defense prior to travel. Individuals who attempt to bring firearms into Honduras without an appropriate permit, will face prosecution for criminal possession and possibly trafficking of firearms.

Marine Safety and Oversight:   Honduran military personnel commonly board private vessels in Honduran territorial waters to verify crew and passenger documentation. Criminals have been known to pose as fisherman and commit armed assaults. If your vessel is hailed by a suspicious vessel, contact the U.S. Coast Guard by radio or INMARSAT at (305) 415-6800. U.S. citizens arriving to Honduras by sea, whether by private vessel or cruise ship, are subject to the same laws as other travelers.

Investment:   Many U.S. firms and citizens operating in Honduras have found corruption to be a serious problem. Due to poor regulation, financial investments pose high risks and have led to substantial losses.

Exercise extreme caution before investing in real estate. Fraudulent deeds are common and have led to numerous disputes. In addition, threats and violence have been used against U.S. citizens involved in property disputes. Numerous U.S. citizens have reported significant delays in resolving judicial cases and/or lack of cooperation from courts and the legal system.  

For further information, review the State Department’s Investment Climate Statement and the  U.S. Embassy’s information page on purchasing property in Honduras .

Adventure Sports:   There is little to no oversight of safety standards in Honduras. You should research service providers to ensure they are using internationally acceptable or certified equipment, guides, safety measures, and instruction.

Faith-Based Travelers:   See our following webpages for details:

  • Faith-Based Travel Information
  • International Religious Freedom Report  – see country reports
  • Human Rights Report  – see country reports
  • Hajj Fact Sheet for Travelers
  • Best Practices for Volunteering Abroad

Travelers:  There are no legal restrictions on same-sex sexual relations or the organization of LGBTQI+ events in Honduras. However, many activists report that crimes committed against the LGBTQI+ community go unpunished. There have also been cases of police harassment of patrons in LGBTQI+ nightclubs. LGBTQI+ travelers should exercise caution, especially when expressing affection in public.

See   our  LGBTQ+I travel information  page and section 6 of the  Department of State's Human Rights report  for further details.

Travelers Who Require Accessibility Assistance:  Honduran law requires access to buildings for persons with disabilities; however, few buildings are accessible. Please review the information on the  State Department’s Traveling with Disabilities website .

Students: See our  Students Abroad  page and  FBI travel tips .

Women Travelers:  See our travel tips for  Women Travelers .

Staff, facilities, and supplies in Honduras often do not meet U.S. medical standards. There are adequate facilities in Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula for advanced surgical procedures in case of non-elective emergencies.

Honduras lacks the infrastructure to maintain water purity and food safety. Diarrheal illness is very common even in large cities and luxury accommodations. Only sealed commercial water containers (bottles) are considered safe to drink.

Air pollution can aggravate or lead to respiratory problems during the dry season due to widespread forest fires and agricultural burning.

The State Department and the U.S. Embassy will not pay your medical bills:   Be aware that  U.S. Medicare  does not apply overseas. 

Medical insurance:   Make sure your health insurance plan provides coverage overseas. Most care providers overseas only accept cash payments. See our webpage for more  information on insurance providers for overseas coverage . We strongly recommend  supplemental insurance  to cover medical evacuation. 

Prescription medication:   If traveling with prescription medication, check with the  Embassy of Honduras in Washington, D.C . to ensure the medication is legal in Honduras. Always carry your prescription medication in original packaging with your doctor’s prescription. Always ensure you have enough medicine to cover your travel time, and research its availability in Honduras, or whether there is a viable replacement.

Medical Marijuana:   Marijuana, even for medicinal use and with a prescription, is illegal in Honduras. A traveler who is found to have any amount of marijuana in their possession (including vape cartridges, edibles, organic cannabis, etc.) will face criminal prosecution for possession or trafficking.

The following diseases are prevalent in Honduras:

  • Chikungunya
  • Dengue Fever

Please review the  U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention  (CDC) website for further information.

Vaccinations:  Honduras requires proof of Yellow Fever immunization if traveling to or coming from another country endemic with Yellow Fever. Check with your airline for vaccine requirements and be up-to-date on all  vaccinations recommended  by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Further health information:

  • World Health Organization
  • U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention  (CDC)

Travel and Transportation

Road Conditions and Safety:  Because of crime, poor road conditions, and heavy commercial truck traffic, driving in Honduras can be dangerous. The U.S. Embassy discourages car and bus travel after dark.  

  • Honduran roads are poorly lit and poorly marked.
  • Traffic signs are often inadequate or non-existent.  
  • Drivers don’t always use headlights at night.
  • People and animals wander onto the roads.
  • Rockslides are common, especially in the rainy season (May through December) and can cause closure of major highways.  

Dangerous stretches of road include:

  • The road between Tegucigalpa to Choluteca:  Be aware of mountain curves.
  • The road from El Progreso to La Ceiba:  Bridges may be in poor condition due to regular flooding.
  • CA-5 and the highway between San Pedro Sula and Tela, particularly near the palm tree plantations near El Progreso:  Carjackings and robberies that target SUVs and usually occur at night.
  • The road from Juticalpa to Telica, and from the turn off to Gualaco on Route 39 to San Esteban and Bonito Oriental:  Rival criminal elements engage in violent acts against one another. Avoid this road and stay on the main Tegucigalpa-Juticalpa-Catacamas road while traveling in Olancho.

While Honduras and the United States have signed and ratified a Stolen Vehicle Treaty, existing Honduran laws protect good faith buyers (even of stolen vehicles), so the recovery and return of these vehicles to their original owners is not guaranteed. Vehicle insurance may mitigate loss; please check with the  National Insurance Crime Bureau  or with private insurance carriers about coverage details.

Traffic Laws:   In an accident, contact the Honduran Transit Authority (“Transito”) by dialing 911.  

  • Honduran law requires all vehicles involved in an accident to remain in place until Transit Authority agents arrive. 
  • Notify your car insurance company as soon as possible, preferably right after the accident. 
  • Carry personal identification documents, including your driver’s license, copies of passports, and vehicle registration cards while driving.

Public Transportation:   Avoid public transportation in Honduras.  

  • If you must travel by bus, always travel during daylight hours and on first-class conveyances, not economy buses. 
  • Choose taxis or rideshares carefully. Use Radio-Taxi services (companies that operate by phone) or app-based rideshare programs rather than hailing a taxi on the street and note the driver’s name and license number. Hotels and resorts may be able to recommend trusted taxi or shuttle services. Instruct the driver not to pick up other passengers, agree on the fare before you enter the vehicle, and have small bills available for payment, as taxi drivers often do not make change.
  • When possible, travel in groups.

See our  Road Safety page  for more information.

Aviation Safety Oversight:   As there is no direct commercial air service to the United States by carriers registered in Honduras, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has not assessed the government of Honduras’s Civil Aviation Authority for compliance with International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) aviation safety standards. Further information may be found on the  FAA’s safety assessment page .

Maritime Travel:   Mariners planning travel to Guatemala should also check for U.S. maritime   advisories  and  alerts . Information may also be posted to the  U.S. Coast Guard homeport website , and the  NGA broadcast warnings .

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  • See the  State Department’s travel website  for the  Worldwide Caution  and  Travel Advisories .
  • Follow us on  Twitter  and  Facebook .
  • See  traveling safely abroad  for useful travel tips.

Honduras was cited in the State Department’s 2022 Annual Report to Congress on International Child Abduction for demonstrating a pattern of non-compliance with respect to international parental child abduction. Review information about International Parental Child Abduction in  Honduras.  For additional IPCA-related information, please see the  International Child Abduction Prevention and Return Act ( ICAPRA )  report.

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Unfortunately, owing to its violent past, it often gets glossed over for more polished Central American hotspots.

However, Honduras today is a much safer country and is popular with intrepid backpackers and expats looking to get off the beaten path. With world-class diving, a cheap cost of living, and incredible weather, Honduras offers some of the best value in the region.

That said, you’ll still need to take precautions and keep your wits about you — especially on the mainland — as crime and gang activity are still common.

This travel guide to Honduras can help you see the country, stay safe, and make the most of your visit to this beautiful and affordable country!

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  • Things to See and Do
  • Typical Costs
  • Suggested Budget
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  • Where to Stay
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Top 5 Things to See and Do in the Honduras

A beautiful beach in Cayos Cochinos, Honduras with white sand and palm trees

1. Explore the Copán Ruins

These incredible Mayan ruins are located near the border with Guatemala and are one of Honduras’ most popular tourist attractions. Nestled in a lush jungle valley, Copán Ruinas are a UNESCO World Heritage Site dating back to the height of the 5th century when Copán was a powerful capital of the Southern Maya kingdom. But in 738 CE, the king was captured and executed by his rival and archeologists believe that the city was abandoned by 800 CE. Today, the ruins attract tourists for their intricate stelae, tunnels, a hieroglyphic stairway, as well as the geography of the area itself which is filled with diverse wildlife including monkeys, sloths, parrots, and macaws. It takes a couple of days to see the entire site so try not to squeeze your visit into a day trip. There are two main sites: Copán, the main site originally used for nobility, and Las Sepulturas. To get there, head to the town of Copan Ruinas near the border with Guatemala; the ruins are nearby. Bring lots of sunscreen and water. Admission is 370 HNL.

2. Dive the Bay Islands

The Bay Islands, known as “Islas de la Bahía,” are one of the best diving spots in the Caribbean. They are located in the Gulf of Honduras and near the Belize Barrier Reef, which is part of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System. The Roatan, Utila, and Guanaja archipelagos all offer stunning dive sites with crystal-clear waters and incredible marine life. Roatan is the largest island while Utila is the cheapest, attracting budget divers as the island as it also offers a stunning array of wildlife, including nurse sharks, sea turtles, stingrays, and more. Get up close to colorful coral formations or deep dive 2,000 feet into the abyss for bluntnose sixgill shark sightings. Prices start at 870 HNL for one dive or a package of ten dives for 7,405 HNL.

3. Relax at Lake Yojoa

The country’s largest lake is rich in biodiversity with almost 400 bird species and over 100 plant species. This incredible site is a popular fishing spot for locals, a great place to visit a coffee plantation tour, and a fun place to zipline. Or if you’re looking for an adrenaline-filled experience, hike behind the stunning Pulhapanzak waterfall and explore the inside caves with the sound of water pounding around you. For something a bit more peaceful, rent a kayak and spend a few hours paddling around the lake. Or, if you don’t mind small spaces, head into the Caves of Taulabé where you can either explore on your own or hire a spelunking guide if you want to go deep underground. For a nice wander through the lush jungle wetlands, check out Los Naranjos Ecological and Archaeological Park. And if you’re up for a real challenge, hire a guide to climb to the top of Santa Barbara (2,744 meters/9,000 feet).

4. Adventure at Pico Bonito National Park

This sprawling bio-diverse national park is home to lush tropical jungles and moody cloud forests. It’s a haven for hiking, wildlife watching, and ziplining. The Cangrejal River is a fantastic place for white water rafting, with Class I-IV rapids. Or you can go swimming in the river and even jump off the rocks into the water if you feel like it. There are many different hiking trails here too, like the La Roca loop and the El Mapache trail to Bejuco Falls. If you’re a fan of the outdoors, don’t miss it. You can reach the park from La Ceiba or do it as a day trip from nearby regions.

5. Escape to Cayos Cochinos

The archipelago of Cayos Cochinos, made up of Cayo Menor and Cayo Grande, are two coral-abundant islands that offer some of the most postcard-perfect sandy white shorelines in Central America. They offer plentiful diving and snorkeling and the nearby cays are home to the world’s second-largest coral reef system. The only way to reach the Cochino Cays Marine Sanctuary is by boat; you can take a chartered day tour from Roatan and Utila or from La Ceiba. It’s a great place to disconnect and relax.

Other Things to See and Do in the Honduras

1. visit mercado guamilito.

Located in San Pedro Sula, this traditional market is an excellent place to buy Lenca ceramics, high-quality (and reasonably priced) leather, cigars, and silver. There’s also a no-frills food market that locals claim offers the best baleada , a national dish made with flour tortillas, cheese, cream, and fried beans. The market is open daily from 7am-4 pm.

2. Chill out on Utila

Most backpackers make a beeline for the island of Roatan, but if you’re looking for something beyond diving, Utila is a better option. It has a buzzing nightlife, cheap accommodation, beautiful white sand beaches, and even the chance to spot whale sharks. The 45-minute ferry ride from La Ceiba to Utila costs 750 HNL.

3. Visit Parque Nacional Jeannette Kawas

This national park is named after Jeannette Kawas, an environmental activist who fought to protect the area from commercial development and was brutally murdered in 1995. Now, her legacy lives on with this protected area, filled with abundant wildlife including howler monkeys, boa constrictors, and toucans. You’ll also find pristine beaches and untouched coral reefs here. The secluded park is also known as Punta Sal National Park and is just a 30-minute boat ride from Tela, a Caribbean coastal town. Admission is 120 HNL. Day trip prices start around 690 HNL.

4. Go zip lining

If you’re craving an adrenaline rush, Honduras has a dozen zip-lining experiences to choose from all around the country (including several on Roatan). Prices vary but expect to pay at least 950-1,085 HNL for a half-day tour. Lunch is usually included.

5. Explore the Río Plátano Biosphere Reserve

This heavily-forested area is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the last remaining tropical rainforests in Central America. Established in 1982, it spans over 5,250 square kilometers (2,027 square miles) and is home to Mayan ruins, ancient petroglyphs, pumas, jaguars, giant ant-eaters, sloths, and over 2,000 indigenous locals. Getting here requires some effort (it’s a 6-hour bus from La Ceiba followed by a short boat ride) but you’ll be rewarded by sweeping vistas and a rare look at indigenous life in the rainforest. You can hire a day guide on arrival (for around 400 HNL) or embark on a multi-day tour up the river for 3,000 HNL. Kayaking day trips start around 940 HNL and crocodile night watching starts around 1200 HNL. Admission to the reserve itself is by donation.

6. Visit Valle de Angeles

This colonial town makes for a good day trip from Tegucigalpa, the capital of Honduras. It’s located 35 minutes away by car and, aside from the beautiful colonial buildings, there’s a lot of affordable handicraft shopping. While you’re here, spend some time relaxing in Parque Central, where you’ll see the historic colonial church or head into La Tigra, the nearby cloud forests that are full of hiking trails (admission is 247 HNL). Don’t forget insect repellent if you do visit the forest!

7. Attend Carnaval de La Ceiba

This is the biggest carnival in Central America. Held every May in La Ceiba, it attracts half a million revelers every year. The celebration is in honor of Saint Isidore the Laborer, the patron saint of the city. For two weeks, throngs of people flock to La Ceiba’s barrios (neighborhoods), who compete to throw the best carnavalito (little carnival) in town. It’s all in anticipation for the main event, the rainbow-filled parade “La Feria de San Isidro”, which takes place along Avenida San Isidro on the 3rd or 4th Saturday of May.

8. Go hiking in Parque Nacional Cusuco

This ethereal cloud forest is nestled into the Merendon mountain range near the border with Guatemala, making it somewhat difficult to access (during the rainy season you’ll need a 4×4). It’s a 2-3-hour drive from San Pedro. There are five stunning hiking trails that cross the cloud and dwarf forests. Expect to see plenty of parrots, toucans, and quetzals here. Unless you have a 4WD vehicle, you’ll need to go with a tour company. Admission is around 250 HNL.

9. See the Roatan Butterfly Garden

Located in Roatan, this indoor garden is home to over 30 species of moths and butterflies, as well as a large collection of boa constrictors, parrots, scarlet macaws, and tropical orchids. It is best to visit during the early morning when the butterflies are most active. Admission is around 358 HNL.

10. Visit the Lancetilla Botanical Garden

Located on the coast in Tela, Honduras’s only botanical garden happens to also be the largest in Latin America. Spanning over 4,100 acres, it boasts thousands of varieties of national and exotic flora and fauna (including a bamboo collection and an orchid collection). There are over 1,500 trees in its arboretum and the garden also has 3,000 acres of virgin rainforest. It’s open 365 days a year and admission is 198 HNL.

Honduras Travel Costs

The ancient Copan ruins surrounded by jungle in Honduras

Hostels – Shared dorms with 4-8 beds cost 370 HNL per night, with private rooms costing anything from 400 to 1,400 HNL. Free Wi-Fi and free breakfast are generally included. Most hostels also have A/C and hot water.

Wild camping isn’t recommended here due to petty theft, rainstorms, and the sweltering humidity. There are a few campgrounds around the country, though they aren’t any cheaper than staying in a hostel.

Budget hotels – Budget hotels can be found for around 1,000 HNL for a double room. Most of the cheaper hotels include Wi-Fi, however, for a hotel with a kitchen, A/C, and a pool you’ll pay at least 2,000 HNL per night.

Airbnb is available in Honduras but really only found in Tegucigalpa and the tourist spots on the coast. Prices start at 500 HNL for a shared room, 1,000 HNL for a private room, and 2,900 for a villa.

Food – Honduran cuisine leans heavily on fish, soups, beans, rice, and coconut. Popular dishes include guisado (a spicy chicken stew), carne asada (grilled sliced beef), and baleda (cheese and bean tortilla). Generally, you can expect a mix of Spanish, Lenca, and Caribbean influences.

Local meals consisting of rice, beans, and a drink costs around 120 HNL. Set lunch menus at comedores (small local eateries) offer large portions for cheap so stick to them when eating out.

Street food is popular here, with popular favorites being grilled corn, baleadas (a tortilla filled with fried beans, cream, and cheese), pastelitos (a Cuban pastry similar to empanadas), and fruit smoothies (a common breakfast here). These are usually under 50 HNL.

A three-course meal at a restaurant serving local cuisine costs 600 HNL, including a drink. These establishments usually add a 10% service charge to your bill too. Expect a blend of traditional Mayan cuisine (rice, beans, corn, seafood) with touches of Western and Caribbean flair.

A bottle of water is 17 HNL and a latte or cappuccino will set you back 43 HNL. Domestic beer is around 70 HNL.

Backpacking Honduras Suggested Budgets

On a backpacker budget of 875 HNL per day, you can stay in a dorm, eat street food for all your meals, take buses to get around, and do some hikes or other free activities like lounging on the beach. If you plan to drink, you’ll need to add around 150 HNL more per day.

On a mid-range budget of 2,400 HNL per day, you can stay in a budget hotel, eat out at local restaurants, have a few drinks, take the occasional taxi, and do some paid activities like visiting national parks or diving.

On a “luxury” budget of 5,200 HNL, you can stay in a private villa or nicer hotel, take taxis everywhere, eat out anywhere you want, drink more, and do more tours and activities. This is just the ground floor for luxury though. The sky is the limit!

You can use the chart below to get some idea of how much you need to budget daily, depending on your travel style. Keep in mind these are daily averages — some days you’ll spend more, some days you’ll spend less (you might spend less every day). We just want to give you a general idea of how to make your budget. Prices are in HNL.

Honduras Travel Guide: Money-Saving Tips

Honduras is very affordable. You’d be hard-pressed to spend a lot of money here unless you are actually trying to. That said, a true budget traveler always looks for ways to save. Here are some money-saving tips to help you:

  • Refill your water – The tap water in Honduras is not safe to drink so make sure you have a reusable bottle with a built-in filter. To stay safe, bring a water filter like LifeStraw to ensure your water is clean and free from bacteria. You’ll save money on buying bottled water and save the environment too!
  • Know what to pay – When you need to barter for something, talk to your hostel/hotel staff first. Find out what a fair price is so that you can avoid getting overcharged.
  • Avoid paying with a credit card – Honduras is a cash-driven society. In places where you can pay with a credit card, expect fees of 5-10%. Pay with cash as often as possible.
  • Learn some Spanish – To avoid getting overcharged, learn some Spanish. Even just a few words and phrases can help you avoid being charged tourist prices.
  • Travel during the shoulder season – Prices are highest during the dry months (December-April). To avoid crowds and save money, travel during the rainy season or shoulder season. You might get rained on, however, accommodation and activities will be cheaper.
  • Stay with a local – Honduras has a small Couchsurfing scene, but if you book early you can likely find a host who can share their insider knowledge and give you a free place to stay.

Where to Stay in Honduras

Honduras has plenty of fun, safe, and social hostels. Here are some of my suggested places to stay in Honduras:

  • Roatan Backpackers Hostel (Roatan)
  • Palmira Hostel (Tegucigalpa)
  • Iguana Azul (Copan Ruinas)
  • Jungle River Lodge (La Ceiba)

How to Get Around Honduras

A sprawling town with old buildings in Honduras

Bus – The cheapest way to get from A to B in Honduras is by bus. For local city journeys, taxis are recommended due to safety issues (petty theft is common on public transportation).

Direct buses for cross-country trips are more expensive but more comfortable and faster than the slower buses that make multiple stops. A direct bus from Tegucigalpa to La Ceiba takes around 6 hours and costs 860-950 HNL. A direct bus from Tegucigalpa to Copan Ruinas takes 9 hours and costs 1,293 HNL.

The multiple-stop buses ( parando ) are slower and can add a few extra hours to your trip. But, if you’re not in a rush, they can save you upwards of 50%.

Taxi – Taxis are plentiful and can be found pretty much everywhere. Fares start at 74 HNL and are charged at 65 HNL per kilometer.

Shared taxis ( colectivos ) are common for popular routes in the bigger cities too and will slash the private rates in half. Negotiate prices prior to getting in the car. Ask your hotel/hostel staff for rates before you arrive so you aren’t ripped off.

When on the islands, water taxis are your best option for getting around. They run from Roatan to West End, and from Coyolito to Isla del Tigre. Shared water taxis cost between 75-100 HNL depending on the route.

Flying – Domestic flights in Honduras are expensive. Connections between the major cities (La Ceiba, Tegucigalpa, San Pedro Sula) to Roatan, run frequently, however, one-way tickets to these key destinations usually cost between 3,000-4,250 HNL each way. If you’re on a budget, avoid flying.

Car rental – Driving in Honduras is not recommended as the roads aren’t that safe (landslides, flooding), there’s heavy traffic, and robberies are common. Avoid renting a car and stick to buses.

When to Go to Honduras

Honduras is, for the most part, a year-round destination. Temperatures hover around the 27-32°C (82-90°F) mark all year. However, the clammy humidity can feel like it’s higher than that during the rainy season (May-November).

Hurricanes are possible from April to October, however, if you’re willing to change your travel plans on a whim due to the weather, you can save a lot of money by visiting during this period. Be aware that booking during las lluvias (the rainy season), means rural areas (and hiking trails) can be harder to access due to storms.

The driest months, from December to April are considered peak season and are the best (albeit most expensive time) to visit. The coastal areas are particularly packed during this period, although ‘busy’ for Honduras is still pretty quiet compared to other popular Latin American destinations. If you’re serious about diving, you’re also going to get the best visibility during this time.

How to Stay Safe in Honduras

Honduras has found it difficult to shrug off its former status as the ‘murder capital of the world.’ Yet the country has improved leaps and bounds in terms of safety and the majority of travelers have no trouble navigating the country safely.

Homicides decreased by over 50% from 2012-2019 and kidnappings declined by 82% from 2013-2019. The majority of crimes happen in the major cities: Tegucigalpa, San Pedro Sula, and La Ceiba so I would be extra vigilant in those places, especially at night. (I wouldn’t walk around the capital at night alone.)

Outside of those areas, crime is much less common (especially in the Bay Islands). That being said, it’s important to keep an eye on your belongings on public transport, in busy urban areas, and near bus stops/stations.

Take cabs at night (ideally with other travelers) instead of walking alone and avoid walking down side streets that are not well lit.

Walking around during the daytime is usually trouble-free as long as you keep your valuables out of sight and don’t flash fancy jewelry, phones, or money.

Avoid taking the city bus, where pickpocketing is rife.

Since scams can occur here, read about common travel scams to avoid so you can be prepared.

Solo female travelers should generally feel safe here as long as they follow the advice above. Additionally, the standard precautions apply (never leave your drink unattended at the bar, never walk home alone intoxicated, etc.).

If you’re visiting during hurricane season (April-October), be sure to check the weather regularly.

If you experience an emergency, dial 911 for assistance.

The most important piece of advice I can offer is to purchase good travel insurance. Travel insurance will protect you against illness, injury, theft, and cancellations. It’s comprehensive protection in case anything goes wrong. I never go on a trip without it as I’ve had to use it many times in the past. You can use the widget below to find the policy right for you:

Honduras Travel Guide: The Best Booking Resources

These are my favorite companies to use when I travel. They consistently have the best deals, offer world-class customer service and great value, and overall, are better than their competitors. They are the companies I use the most and are always the starting point in my search for travel deals.

  • Skyscanner – Skyscanner is my favorite flight search engine. They search small websites and budget airlines that larger search sites tend to miss. They are hands down the number one place to start.
  • Hostelworld – This is the best hostel accommodation site out there with the largest inventory, best search interface, and widest availability.
  • Booking.com – The best all around booking site that constantly provides the cheapest and lowest rates. They have the widest selection of budget accommodation. In all my tests, they’ve always had the cheapest rates out of all the booking websites.
  • Get Your Guide – Get Your Guide is a huge online marketplace for tours and excursions. They have tons of tour options available in cities all around the world, including everything from cooking classes, walking tours, street art lessons, and more!
  • SafetyWing – Safety Wing offers convenient and affordable plans tailored to digital nomads and long-term travelers. They have cheap monthly plans, great customer service, and an easy-to-use claims process that makes it perfect for those on the road.
  • LifeStraw – My go-to company for reusable water bottles with built-in filters so you can ensure your drinking water is always clean and safe.
  • Unbound Merino – They make lightweight, durable, easy-to-clean travel clothing.
  • Top Travel Credit Cards – Points are the best way to cut down travel expenses. Here’s my favorite point earning credit cards so you can get free travel!

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The ultimate guide to Honduras: 10 days itinerary

Slightly spontaneously we decided to hit Honduras during our trip last November and December. We had heard about the superb diving possibilities around the Bay Islands, which was enough reason to take the plunge and to include the country in the Latin American itinerary. 

I really loved our time in Honduras. The trip was way more relaxed than I expected it to be plus the things to do over there are just super diverse. Jungle adventures, marine life, friendly locals, Mayan culture, abundant wildlife, gorgeous beaches; this country has it all and its citizens really deserve a better future. 

Guidebooks won’t do for up-to-date info about Honduras. Personally I looked for bits and pieces online, talked to a lot of other backpackers and expats in Honduras and that’s how I created this itinerary. So I’m gonna smash it online now; just to make things a little easier for you! 

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First things first. I realize that Honduras doesn’t exactly have an immaculate reputation. Diving and crime; probably those two words used to be my first association when thinking of Honduras. Figures will show you Honduras is one of Central America’s most dangerous countries after all. And yet, we noticed very little of all of that. Except for the diving; superb indeed.

I wouldn’t recommend this country to your niece though. You know; the one that is about to start her first backpack journey (I’m only thinking about my own self in here when I was 19), but if you think you’ve passed the ‘rookie-phase’, I’d say go for it. Just plan a tad in advance and have a plan B ready. That never hurts anyway. In La Ceiba I even needed a plan C, when I found out that the hotel I planned to go to (in case I’d miss the boat, which I did) didn’t exist anymore. Suddenly I was dropped at sunset in a city that I didn’t know at all. Not the best situation to start first day in Honduras with. 

But anyway, all of these spots below are very well reachable. If you don’t deviate from the main important stops in the country and stick to the transportation I recommend you to go with (next paragraph) I think you’ll be good. 

  • Copán is super safe. So safe that we in fact were able to walk over there at night. We can’t even do that in Costa Rica.
  • La Ceiba was totally different, it felt kind of sketchy and I wasn’t too pleased to stay over there. I was forced to though, since I missed the ferry ride to Roatán, but I wouldn’t recommend this city personally. Especially the suburbs can be dangerous. If you have to stay there book a hotel downtown.
  • Regarding San Pedro Sula (at some point known the city was also known as the world’s capital of crime) I can only say; the bus station is safe. I drove through the city twice and it seemed quite okay, but obviously that doesn’t say enough. I personally wouldn’t stay there. 
  • Roatán  felt super safe to me

Of course my experiences aren’t a blueprint. This is just how I perceived things, but they might give you an impression nonetheless.

With regard to safety this paragraph might help you out as well. 

I personally arrived in Honduras after a very long shuttle drive from Río Dulce in Guatemala to La Ceiba in Honduras. I organised this via  Rooney Shuttle Service . Although I wasn’t too pleased about the speed of the ride (I waited for hours that day, both during the early morning pick-up and later on the day when they were switching shuttles), in general I would recommend this shuttle service as it felt safe to me. And that’s something pleasant too, when in Honduras. Better late than sorry.

From La Ceiba to Copán we again arranged the drive via Rooney. We had a super nice driver this time and he telling us all about his previous life in the States and the situation in Honduras. Perhaps this conversation was one of the best insights we got during our stay in Honduras.  

Regarding Roatán : you’re able to reach the island either via boat or via plane. From La Ceiba I took the ferry ($33,- USD, it goes twice a day; check the schedule in here ) to Roatán. 

The ferry ride to the island was very choppy. Two staff members were handing out plastic bags and after I couple of minutes I realised what they were for… 

My husband on the other hand arrived by airplane . From Central America you can fly from both El Salvador and San Pedro Sula to the island. And if you come from the east from both the USA and Canada you might even be able to fly directly to the island. What a luxury!

Regarding leaving Honduras: we both took a flight from Guatemala City. But note that getting there from Copán took us 7 hours (instead of the 5 we were told). Another option we were considering was the airport of San Pedro Sula. 

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Overview itinerary:

5 days on the island of Roatán for a chilled stay + beach bumming + excellent diving + great food

2 days in Omega Lodge along Río Cangrejal in the Pico Bonito park for adrenaline adventures + jungle vibes

3 days in Copán Ruinas for Mayan culture + spa relaxation + chocolate indulgement

If you have extra days:

3 days on the island of Utila for an extra change to see that whaleshark

3 days along the Lago de Yojoa in the D&D Brewery for kayaking + hiking + cave dwelling

Itinerary in detail:

Here we go!

5 days: Roatán

Excellent diving & stunning sunsets – the island of Roatán in front of the coast of Honduras was a winner for sure in my book.

Roatán isn’t the only island you can visit from La Ceiba. Utila , Guanaja and Cayos Cochinos attract visitors too. All four of them are basically like the quintessential tropical dream.

Since we only had a couple of days we knew we couldn’t see them all and we had to make a choice which one we would visit. Both Guanaja and Cayos Cochinos are difficult to reach. These islands don’t have regular shuttle services. I’m aware that because of this, staying at one of these islands can be very attractive. But you also have to bring in a LOT of dough, not only to reach the islands but also to stay there, plus you’re very dependent on the efforts of others. 

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So our choice was narrowed down to Roatán and Utila .

Utila is known as a party island, attracting a lot of early twenty backpackers. This has to do with the fact that Utila is also the cheapest island to stay at.  Roatán attracts a far more midrange crowd than Utila, and unfortunately has less budget options. The island’s accommodation mostly comes in the form of luxury resort packages, but there are some good budget options and even better; we’ve found them for you! 

Both Roatán and Utila are known as superb diving destinations. It was the main reason why we wanted to visit these islands, plus doing a fair share or ‘hammocking’. Because I really wanted to chill and not being disturbed by late night vomiting vibes, ánd because one of us had to fly to the Bay Islands and Roatán has the best airport, we decided visit Roatán first and see if we would later make it to Utila as well. But we liked Roatán and its laid-back vibe so much that we decided to stay over there for the rest of the time! 

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Where to stay on Roatán?

Nearly all backpackers that visit Roatán find their temporary home in West End , where most of the budget options are found. 

If you’re looking for a private budget cabin then I’d absolutely recommend Hotel Chillies . Note that I’m not getting paid or anything to write this down. I just really liked the property, especially its location directly along the shores and its lovely jungle garden ↓

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I you want to book a dorm spot, room or cabin as well in here, try to contact Michele (the owner of Hotel Chillies) directly via Facebook . We stayed for four nights in here and paid $36,- USD per night for a private cabin with a warm shower. 

The cabin had a lovely porch with a hammock, a lot of (humming)birds that kept us company during the day and during the night we were surprised by a cute (and very noisy) armadillo! 

The only thing I disliked about the cabin was the bathroom: it didn’t have a door! Just a curtain. Not the best idea if you’re looking for a romantic getaway…

What to do on Roatán?

I wrote an entire guide about the island, so check that stuff out in here!

2 days: Rafting + jungle adventures @ Río Cangrejal near Pico Bonito  

After our ultimate chill-out-beach-bum-hammock-style kind of stay on the island of Roatán, we were absolutely ready for some adventure time on Honduras mainland. 

Luckily for us, quite close to La Ceiba there’s this giant and slightly under-appreciated national park of Pico Bonito (meaning in English: ‘pretty little point’). It takes an hour on a bumpy road to get from La Ceiba to this wilderness, which is home to loads of monkeys, birds, reptiles and even some jaguars.  

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While being on Roatán we were advised by several expats to stay at the Omega Lodge , an eco-lodge located along the Río Cangrejal in between both Pico Bonito and the park of Nombre de Dios (“Name of god”). 

The lodge is run by a couple from Germany, Udo and Sylvia, who already came to the area some 25 years ago. Udo was a member of the national German rafting team and always on the lookout for great rapids. He found his ultimate river paradise in Honduras and decided not only to offer whitewash rafting tours in the area, but also to built a lodge from scratch to hosts his rafting visitors. And the couple has been expanding their property with cabins ever since. 

Fresh food, a lush environment, awesome canopying and rafting, some jungle trails and playful dogs; this place had it all in my opinion! Our stay in here was absolutely superb and a nice addition to our days on the beach. Read more about our rafting adventure and stay at Omega Lodge!

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Note that from La Ceiba it takes a full day to reach the next location from La Ceiba. 

3 days: Copán Ruinas

Meet the cosiest town of Honduras: Copán! We stayed there for a couple of days on our way from La Ceiba in Honduras to Antigua in Guatemala and I have to say; it’s difficult not to fall in love with the cobblestoned streets of Copán. The nearby crumbling Mayan ruins dot the outskirts of the city and clearly point to the cultural past as well.

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The vibe in Copán is entirely different compared to the rest of Honduras (or at least, the parts that I’ve seen). Copán feels much more Guatemalan and considering that is almost next to the border Guatemalan-Honduran border that ain’t a surprise. It’s basically like they have cut of a little part out of Antigua and put it on a hill in a lush mountainous environment.

Most folks come here just to see the famous Maya ruins, but there’s a lot of other fun stuff to do in Copán. If you want to see and do all of the things below, try to linger a little longer; at least three days I’d say. Otherwise two would be the bare minimum. Or one if you just want to see the ruins and get out after that. 

Here’s what to do and where to eat in Copán!

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Where to stay in Copán?

There are quite some downtown budget options. We checked out Hotel Via Via (for just $10,- USD per private room with private bathroom!!), which looked great. However, since it’s located next to the only club in town I wouldn’t advise you to go there in the weekend. Even earplugs won’t help you in here. 

We stayed at the nearby Iguana Azul (private room for $19,- USD, shared bathroom. Dorms are available as well), which was basic but very decent and had a laid-back backpackers vibe. The great thing about this hotel is the next doors breakfast area, which is set in a very laid-back and lush garden. ↓

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Extend that itinerary!

If I had another 6 days I would have stayed 3 more days on the island of Utila (or perhaps more days on Roatán since I loved it so much…) just to include even more dives. 

Another location I would absolutely would have visited is the Lago de Yojoa ! I heard a lot of nice stories from other backpackers about this lake and especially about the ho(s)tel B&B Brewery. Apparently the lake is great for hiking, to do a coffee tour, a bit of kayaking and cave-dwelling. I’m sure a stay over here would make a trip to Honduras even more diverse! 

Here’s where to find the spots in Honduras: 

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For a short week we stayed along the lovely western shores of Roatán; one of the Bay Islands located 50 km in front of the Caribbean coast of Honduras.  Roatán

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Our jungle adventures at Pico Bonito in Honduras

After our ultimate chill-out-beachbum-hammock-style kind of stay on the island of Roatán (more information about that coming up!), we were absolutely ready for some adventure time on Honduras mainland.  Luckily

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Aunque muchas veces parece ser uno de los países olvidados por los viajeros en Centroamérica y el mundo, Honduras es una verdadera joya en bruto turístico que merece ser descubierta.

En esta ocasión, te traemos el top 5 de los destinos mas populares y visitados.

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Roatán es la mayor de las llamadas Islas de la Bahía de Honduras. Situada en pleno Caribe, no será ninguna sorpresa que te contemos que en ella podrás encontrar algunas de las mejores playas que visitar en Honduras . West Bay, el punto más al oeste de la isla, es la zona más concurrida (y también una de las más bonitas), pero si eres de los que prefieren absoluta tranquilidad, decántate por las playas de Sandy Bay y Pristine Bay . Además de ser un lugar ideal para pasar unas vacaciones en Honduras junto al mar, Roatán también es conocida por ser una de las mecas del buceo en el mar Caribe. En sus más de 40 puntos de buceo encontrarás cañones, cuevas, pecios, paredes de coral y, sobre todo, mucha fauna marina, entre la que destacan las tortugas y las mantas.

¿Necesitas algunas razones más para acercarte a Roatán? En la isla podrás visitar lugares como los Carambola Gardens , distribuidos a lo largo de más de 100 hectáreas, o Punta Gorda , un colorido pueblo costero en el que aprender sobre las tradiciones de los garífunas , una interesante comunidad afro-caribeña que llegó a Roatán en el siglo XIX. Si tienes la suerte de estar en la isla un domingo, podrás ser parte de la ronda de bailes garífunas, ¡es un espectáculo hipnótico!

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Si hay un sitio que visitar en Honduras obligatoriamente, ese es Copán. La antigua ciudad maya es una de las más fascinantes de Centroamérica y merece le dediques, al menos, un día completo debido a su gran extensión. Copán fue una importante capital del Imperio maya durante los siglos V y IX y aún se puede corroborar visitándola. Declarada Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la Unesco, el gran tesoro de Copán son sus estelas , que se encuentran en buen estado de conservación. Las estelas representan a los antiguos gobernantes de la ciudad y cuentan los arqueólogos que estaban pintadas con colores muy llamativos. La parte principal del complejo arqueológico es la Escalinata de los Jeroglíficos , una escalera de 62 escalones en las que se pueden aún apreciar más de 2.200 glifos que narran la historia de la Casa Real de Copán.

El recinto cuenta con varios conjuntos: el “Conjunto Principal”, el “Conjunto de Sepulturas” y el “Conjunto de los Sapos”. Además, hay un par de museos que te harán aprender más sobre este lugar imprescindible que ver en Honduras .

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Es una de las principales ciudades de Atlántida. Guarda bajo el mismo sol caribeño: un reino de aventuras -de tierra o agua- en sus dos parques nacionales y su jardín botánico; una colección de azules, que solo empieza en sus playas, y otra de formas naturales en su arrecife. Todo esto con el sabor a Caribe de la machuca y el rice and beans, entre ritmos garífunas - una cultura que es Patrimonio Intangible de la Humanidad y que vive sobre la arena fina de aldeas como Tornabé, San Juan, La Ensenada y Triunfo de la Cruz.

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LAGO DE YOJOA

Si te animas a hacer turismo de interior, dirígete al este del país, donde se encuentra el Lago de Yojoa. Con 16 kilómetros de largo y 6 de ancho, y rodeado de parques nacionales en el que viven más del 50% de especies de aves de Honduras, el lago ofrece múltiples oportunidades de ecoturismo para pasar unos días en sintonía con la naturaleza. Además, muy cerca de él se encuentra uno de los rincones más bonitos que ver en Honduras: las Cataratas de Pulhapanzak . Estas cascadas sobre el Río Lindo son las más espectaculares del país, pues la caída de agua es de 43 metros. Además de darte un merecido baño en el balneario, podrás contemplar los intrigantes vestigios arqueológicos de una cultura anterior a la maya, que se sitúan junto a las cataratas.

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La Ceiba es el punto de partida para visitar algunos de los preciosos lugares turísticos de Honduras como Útila, Roatán o Cayo Cochinos, pero también es una ciudad genial para pasar un par de días disfrutando de ella y sus alrededores. Desde la tercera urbe más grande de Honduras podrás llegar a hermosas playas bañadas por el Caribe como la Playa de Los Maestros, aprender sobre las comunidades garífunas en Sambo Creek y Corozal, y conocer la exuberante naturaleza del Parque Nacional Pico Bonito .

Este es uno de los parques nacionales más ricos en biodiversidad del país, pues se extiende desde la costa hasta puntos por encima de los 2.400 metros sobre el nivel del mar. Esto significa que en Pico Bonito puedes encontrar desde selvas tropicales hasta bosques nubosos. Si te animas a hacer una excursión desde La Ceiba, podrás recorrer los senderos del parque o practicar rafting en el río Cangrejal , famoso por la fuerza de sus corrientes.

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Antes de viajar a Honduras recuerda:

Honduras tiene una ubicación privilegiada: es el corazón de Centroamérica. Al norte tiene el Mar Caribe, con extensas playas y la segunda barrera de arrecife coralina más grande del mundo. Al sur tiene el Océano Pacífico, con un golfo de arena negra que abraza aguas tranquilas. Sus países vecinos son Guatemala, El Salvador y Nicaragua. Su territorio mayormente montañoso contribuye a la diversidad de climas y a la rica y extensa flora y fauna que caracterizan a este país tropical.

Aeropuertos Internacionales

Tegucigalpa (TGU): Aeropuerto Internacional Toncontín

San Pedro Sula (SAP): Aeropuerto Internacional Ramón Villeda Morales

La Ceiba (LCB): Aeropuerto Internacional Golosón

Roatán, Islas de la Bahía (RTB): Aeropuerto Internacional Juan Manuel Gálvez

Importante: Todo viajero que sale de territorio hondureño debe pagar una tasa aeroportuaria que en los vuelos comerciales normalmente está incluida en su billete de avión. Tarifas Aeroportuarias en: www.interairports.hn

Seguro de Turista 504Assist

El seguro 504Assist puede ser utilizado por toda persona natural o extranjera que ingrese al territorio hondureño mediante vuelo aéreo de transportista comercial. También puede ser utilizado por todo hondureño o extranjero residente saliente del territorio hondureño hacia el extranjero. Tiene una vigencia de 30 días a partir de la fecha de ingreso o salida del país.

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Visa | Pasaporte

Es posible que sólo necesites tu pasaporte para visitar Honduras. Revisa los requisitos de ingreso para los ciudadanos de tu país. Los españoles y nacionales de la Unión Europea no requieren de visado para entrar a Honduras. Pueden permanecer dentro del territorio Centroamericano durante un período de tres meses como turistas.

Otras nacionalidades pueden requerir visado. Información en:  cedturh.iht.hn

Tasa de Cambio

La moneda oficial de Honduras es el Lempira (L). Su nombre conmemora al Cacique Lempira, un indio líder de la etnia lenca que defendió su territorio durante la época de la conquista. El cambio oficial lo fija cada día el Banco Central de Honduras. Puedes consultarlo en este enlace: www.bch.hn

Puedes cambiar dólares y euros, en menor medida, en algunos comercios (bancos y hoteles reciben ambas divisas). Puedes usar tus tarjetas de crédito y débito Visa, Master Card y American Express en muchos lugares, y hay redes de cajeros con bastante cobertura a nivel nacional.

Si viajas desde Argentina, Bolivia, Brasil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Guyana Francesa, Panamá, Paraguay, Perú, Surinam, Trinidad y Tobago o Venezuela, debes vacunarte antes contra la fiebre amarilla. También si vienes desde Angola, Benín, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Camerún, República Centroafricana, Chad, Congo, Guinea Ecuatorial, Etiopía, Costa de Marfil, República Democrática del Congo, Gabón, Gambia, Ghana, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Kenia, Nigeria, Sierra Leona, Senegal, Somalia, Sudán, Tanzania, Uganda, Nigeria, Rwanda, Santo Tomé y Príncipe o Togo.

Para obtener información sobre las vacunas requeridas para entrar a Honduras, pulse aquí: www.embahonduras.es

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JC Tours es una compañía mayorista de viajes, con base en Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Fue fundada en el año 2004, inicialmente nació como una empresa de turismo receptivo ofreciendo servicios para Honduras, tiempo después se amplió aperturando el departamento de emisivo para atender el mercado local.

En la actualidad cuenta con oficinas en Tegucigalpa Honduras y en Estados Unidos de America. La compañía ofrece paquetes de viajes a múltiples lugares en todo el mundo, opera excursiones guiadas así como viajes para incentivos dentro y fuera de Honduras.   

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Te compartimos una variedad de grabaciones llenas de emociones, experiencias, aventuras y vivencias unicas de nuesrtos viajeros. Te mostramos lugares y sitios lejanos a los que tu tambien puedes ir.

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Itinerario: Miami (EEUU), Cozumel (México), Roatán (Honduras), Costa Maya (México), Ocean Cay

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Salidas: 3, 24 Jun.; 8, 29 Jul.; 26 Ago.; 23 Sept.

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Honduras: Descubre el encanto del corazón de América

Honduras deslumbra a los viajeros con su diversidad geográfica y cultural, donde la mezcla de playas caribeñas , parques nacionales exuberantes y vestigios arqueológicos convierten al país en un destino turístico lleno de sorpresas.

Las islas del Caribe hondureño, como Roatán y Utila , son un auténtico paraíso para los amantes del buceo y el esnórquel, donde encontrarán aguas cristalinas, fascinantes arrecifes de coral y playas de arena blanca que invitan al descanso y la desconexión.

El Parque Nacional Pico Bonito , en la región montañosa, reúne una gran red de senderos intrincados , cascadas impresionantes y una biodiversidad asombrosa que hacen de este parque un paraíso para los amantes de la naturaleza y el ecoturismo.

Copán , declarado Patrimonio Mundial por la UNESCO , es un yacimiento arqueológico que alberga las ruinas de una antigua ciudad maya . Sus estelas talladas, altares y la famosa escalinata jeroglífica capturan la grandeza de esta civilización ancestral, ofreciendo a los visitantes una ventana al pasado.

La cultura hondureña, influenciada por sus raíces indígenas y la herencia española , se refleja en la arquitectura colonial de ciudades como Comayagua y Gracias . Además, las festividades folklóricas, como la Feria de San Isidro en La Ceiba, sumergen a los visitantes en la verdadera esencia del país.

Honduras: Descubre el encanto del corazón de América

Blue Hole es un sitio icónico en Belice, conocido por su asombrosa belleza natural y su importancia en la investigación científica. Este sumidero submarino circular se encuentra cerca de la costa de Belice y forma parte del Sistema de Reservas de la Barrera de Coral de Belice , declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO.

Con aproximadamente 300 metros de diámetro y más de 120 metros de profundidad , el Blue Hole es un paraíso para buceadores intrépidos que buscan explorar sus misteriosas profundidades y descubrir la fascinante vida marina que lo habita. Este sitio de renombre mundial atrae a amantes de la aventura y científicos por igual, convirtiéndolo en un tesoro natural único en el corazón del país.

Blue Hole

El encantador pueblo de San Pedro , ubicado en la isla Ambergris Caye de Belice , fusiona la autenticidad cultural con la belleza natural del Caribe . Con sus pintorescas calles, coloridas casas de madera y una animada vida nocturna, San Pedro cautiva a todo aquel que lo visita.

Además de ser un destino turístico popular, la ciudad también sirve como punto de partida para explorar los arrecifes de coral cercanos o dar paseos en bote para descubrir su riqueza marina . Asimismo, sus playas de arena blanca y aguas cristalinas son el lugar perfecto para vivir una auténtica experiencia de desconexión. Sin olvidar la hospitalidad de su gente y su rica oferta gastronómica, que lo convierte en un destino idílico para aquellos que buscan un paraíso tropical en Belice.

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Sitio arqueológico Caracol

Ubicado en las Montañas Mayas , Caracol es una joya arqueológica que emerge en medio de la selva tropical , revelando los vestigios de una civilización antigua. Presenta imponentes pirámides, plazas ceremoniales y complejas estructuras que destacan la grandeza arquitectónica de la civilización maya , resaltando la monumental Pirámide de Caana , la más alta de Belice, que proporciona vistas impresionantes de la vegetación circundante.

Pero las ruinas de Caracol no solo son testigos del esplendor arquitectónico , sino también del ingenio maya en astronomía y agricultura . El Observatorio , una estructura singular, muestra su avanzado conocimiento de los astros, mientras que los campos agrícolas circundantes reflejan sus habilidades agrícolas innovadoras. El descubrimiento de Caracol en la década de 1930 reveló una ciudad que, en su apogeo, rivalizaba con las grandes ciudades mayas de Tikal y Calakmul .

Sitio arqueológico Caracol

Lago Atitlán

Encaramado en las tierras altas de Guatemala, el Lago Atitlán es una maravilla natural que cautiva los sentidos. Rodeado por tres majestuosos volcanes , este cuerpo de agua sereno refleja la imponente belleza de la región. Sus orillas albergan pintorescos pueblos indígenas , cada uno con su identidad cultural única, como Panajachel o San Pedro La Laguna , donde es posible encontrar numerosos mercados artesanales con tejidos y demás productos heredados de la civilización maya.

Las aguas del lago invitan a la exploración en kayaks o barcos , proporcionando vistas impresionantes de los alrededores montañosos . Además, existen algunos miradores estratégicos, como el de Santa Catarina Palopó , que son paradas obligatorias. El Lago Atitlán se convierte así en un santuario natural que deleita a los visitantes con su serenidad, cultura arraigada y vistas espectaculares.

Lago Atitlán

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Un recorrido culminante por la cocina centroamericana

La gastronomía de América Central es un vibrante mosaico de sabores que refleja la diversidad cultural y geográfica de la región. Se trata de una fusión de influencias indígenas, africanas, europeas y asiáticas en la que cada país aporta sus propios matices para diferenciarse y crear su cocina única.

En Panamá, el ceviche de corvina y el sancocho, una sopa sustanciosa, son auténticas joyas culinarias. Nicaragua aporta el vigorón, una mezcla de cerdo, yuca y repollo, mientras que en Guatemala, el pepián, un guiso de carne con salsa de semillas, es emblemático. En Belice destaca el arroz y los frijoles con coco, acompañados de pescado frito. Y, en Honduras, las baleadas -tortillas con frijoles y queso- son irresistibles.

La diversidad de sabores, los aromáticos condimentos y los productos frescos definen la cocina centroamericana. Sin olvidar algunos productos comunes y reconocidos a nivel mundial como el ron, el café y el chocolate.

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La mayoría de los países de Centroamérica están en la Zona Horaria del Tiempo del Centro (UTC-6). Sin embargo, algunos países como Panamá y Colombia pueden tener diferencias.

¿Cómo llegar?

La mayoría de los países de Centroamérica tienen aeropuertos internacionales. Puedes llegar a través de vuelos directos o conexiones desde aeropuertos principales en América del Norte, Europa y América del Sur.

¿Donde alojarse?

Centroamérica ofrece una variedad de opciones de alojamiento, desde hoteles de lujo hasta hostales y casas particulares. Las principales ciudades tienen una amplia gama de opciones para todos los presupuestos.

Moverse por Centroamérica

Puedes utilizar autobuses, taxis, servicios de transporte compartido o alquilar un coche para moverte dentro de los países. Los vuelos internos también son una opción para distancias más largas.

ENVIO DOCUMENTACIÓN ¿Cómo recibiré la documentación de mi viaje?

La documentación de tu reserva te será enviada por mail en el momento que el pago de la reserva esté realizado completamente.  Respecto a las tarjetas de embarque, casi todas las compañías aéreas tienen ya todos sus billetes electrónicos por lo que podrás obtenerlas directamente en los mostradores de la aerolínea o realizando el check-in por su web.  Eso sí, deberás estar atento si viajas con una compañía low cost, debido a que muchas de ellas exigen la presentación de la tarjeta de embarque (que deberás realizar a través de su web) para que no te carguen un suplemento extra en el mismo aeropuerto. En caso de tener que enviarte la documentación de un paquete vacacional (Caribe, circuitos, tours...) te enviaremos la documentación de tu reserva alrededor de 10 días antes de salida, la cual deberás imprimir y llevar contigo en el viaje. Esta documentación te será requerida en el mostrador de la compañía aérea a la hora de realizar el check-in el día de la salida.

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