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).
Tips to make your trip to Honduras easier and more pleasurable
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 […]
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 […]
This is a difficult question to answer! As a rule, most businesses in Honduras are ready to receive international tourists. However, the government has not yet made its mind up about when they will allow for this to happen. Although the government of Honduras took early action and closed its borders and declared a curfew […]
As restrictions lift, experts predict that most travel will be done within national borders, and so if you live in Honduras, you will need to find the perfect spot to get away and relax. Therefore, I am putting together the following tips for post Covid19 Vacations in Honduras.
Let us face it, after two months of lock-down in most of the World, we are all looking forward to escaping on an idyllic vacation. I can imagine few places as idyllic as the Bay Islands of Honduras. But are the Bay Islands of Honduras Covid-19 free? Are they safe to visit? Are they open for business again?
I certainly believe that a Central American Travel Bubble that includes Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras makes a lot of sense. For one, these countries and their travel destinations are within driving distance. This means that citizens from those countries can easily drive to anyone of those destinations.
Over 12 centuries ago, the Copan Valley was inhabited by the great Maya Civilization. For them, this was the Sacred Valley of Scarlet Macaws. A nearby hill was named Macaw Mountain. The magnificent ball court in the center of the Acropolis still has the 6 markers resembling macaws.
Yes, there is now a hotel that offers facilities for guests with limited lower extremity mobility in Roatan! The Richardson Serenity Villa in Roatan is now open and features 10 rooms. Of these, four rooms take into consideration the Americans with Disabilities Act standards.
If you decide to visit Honduras, you will certainly want to find the top 10 lodges in Honduras you must stay in. This is not necessarily easy; this is why we have put together a list of the lodges in Honduras that you should not miss while traveling throughout the country.