As of June 10, Congress approved a modification to the law that required that all persons, Hondurans, and foreigners entering the country had to provide a negative COVID 19 test taken within 72 hours of their arrival into Honduras. The new law states that if you are fully vaccinated you can now enter the country without the negative test.
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The magnificent Cangrejal River was declared one of the 30 Wonders of Honduras back in 2011. It was the eighth most voted wonder at the time. The River meanders between Pico Bonito and Nombre de Dios National Parks. It offers the ideal setting for adventure and nature tourism activities. Many lodges and operators offer services in the area.
I hate it when I get the wrong advice. But I hate it even more when I offer the wrong advice! Let me face, it, I would never intentionally give bad advice. But sometimes you realize soon enough that you gave the wrong advice. The whole concept of this blog is to provide good advice, […]
The Roatan Airport has become the main port of entry for travelers visiting the Bay Islands. If you are planning a trip to Honduras to visit the Bay Islands, The Roatan Airport is your best option for comfort. The Roatan Airport, whose IATA code is RTB is officially the Juan Manuel Galvez International Airport.
Yes, after more than two months, the San Pedro Sula Airport reopens! The San Pedro Sula airport is the main gateway into Honduras. There are more flights and airlines operating to this airport that there are to Toncontin International Airport in Tegucigalpa. In addition to the disruption of passenger service, this is also the main air cargo terminal in Honduras.
We wish to provide you with an updated version of our traditional Honduras Travel Advisory 2021. Honduras, just like the rest of Planet Earth is still reeling from the effects of the Covid-19 Pandemic. In Addition, the late season storms ETA & IOTA wreaked havoc in areas that are still recovering from damaging floods. Following our Honduras Travel Advice for 2021
As you read through the news, and especially check the social media and online news, you will conclude that Honduras has been destroyed by Hurricane Eta and that it is best not to travel here. Although it is true that some areas had damage, we have others with no damage at all! In an effort […]
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 […]
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.