Yes, I know that we are near the end of the year and it’s too late for this post. On the other hand, the Covid-19 Pandemic has wreaked havoc on our holidays. For one, the most important national holiday in Honduras, Easter Week was spent in a total lockdown! The second most important holiday in […]
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One of the recurring questions I get on this blog refers to Honduras Immigration Services. Many are tourists that want to stay over their 90-day original permit. Others are residents that need to renew their residency cards. The truth is that the system was reasonably efficient if you live in a city where there are immigration offices.
I am happy to announce that as far as we have learned from a trusted source, that Honduras borders will reopen this week! I must confess that I was not aware that Guatemala and El Salvador have not yet opened their airports. Because they are still in a lockdown, their borders have remained closed.
Normally, Honduras celebrates its independence month with parades, lots of parades. These take place in every community. Regardless of whether you are in the capital, or the smallest village, you will enjoy several days of parades during the month.
All of us, regardless of whether our work is related to tourism or not have been asking ourselves when this will happen. According to a decree issued by the Minister of Tourism, Nicole Marrder, Honduras Tourism Reopens! Of course, there are some caveats to this statement, but it seems like it is really happening.
40 years ago, the Maya Archaeological Park at Copan Ruinas was awarded the status of World Heritage Site. This is the first and only UNESCO Cultural World Heritage Site in Honduras! It is easy to see why Copan Ruinas is a World Heritage Site in Honduras. The site is truly spectacular.
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Tomorrow, August 17 is a historical day for the reopening of tourism to Honduras! The airports in Honduras will begin to see airlines resuming the flight schedules. Most of the service will begin with the San Pedro Sula airport (SAP).
The Government of Honduras is very efficient in putting out notices that are notoriously vague. Recently, they issued a decree that says that Honduran citizens can now leave the country without a special permit. Upon reading it, most of us thought that the Honduras Covid-19 lockdown easing up is finally here. One would assume by […]
The Monroe Doctrine President James Monroe, the fifth president of the USA established a long-lasting policy by creating the Monroe Doctrine. Monroe was president between 1817 and 1825. His Monroe Doctrine, which was first declared in 1823 during a speech before the USA Congress, states that the United States will not tolerate interference by European […]
What a difference a year makes! Last year, our Honduras Travel Advisory 2019 was focused on safe destinations in Honduras. This year, our Honduras Travel Advisory 2020 will be more focused on Covid-19. How can you safely travel through Honduras during these times? The trend is now on social distancing, and we are now trying […]