Yes when you visit Honduras, you have an insurance policy that will take care of medical expenses for as much as $7,000 US per person!
Category: Travel Tips
Tips to make your trip to Honduras easier and more pleasurable
I Prefer the Jungle Bugs Versus Sand Flies Any Day! Those who do some research before their trip to the islands are aware of the infamous “noseeums”. These are tiny little insects that are so small, they are hard to see. They might not be easy to see, but you can tell when these critters preyed on an unsuspecting traveler.
Cassava AKA casabe is Garifuna delicacy that you can get used to! Cassava or Casabe is made from “yucca” a root that is like the potato. The Garifuna food relies on Cassava, or “Yuca” like they call in Spanish. This is an important ingredient that goes with most traditional seafood dishes that are part of their gastronomy.
There is no question that the La Ceiba Carnival is the biggest party in Honduras. Many people compare it to Mardi Gras in New Orleans. But is the La Ceiba Carnival the Honduran Mardi Gras? This year, 2017, the Carnival will take place on Saturday May 20. The event starts with a big parade down San Isidro Avenue.
The Spanish airline, Air Europa, had its inaugural flight from Madrid to San Pedro Sula this past Thursday April 27. The airline has begun the scheduled service with a once a week frequency.
Today I visited the La Ceiba port facility to get an update for you regarding the Semana Santa 2017 Bay Island Ferry Schedules. Sure enough, there is a special schedule that is running as of today and until April 17th. I am happy to share it with you!
There are several things you should know if you will be in Honduras during this holiday time. To help you make the best of your Semana Santa in Honduras, I have put together the following post about Honduras Easter Week Travel Tips.
Although a small country, Honduras has a huge diversity. Planning the perfect vacation in Honduras can be tricky if you do not have much time. In my opinion, the top sites to visit in Honduras are the following:
This is a question that I often get. The answer is up to a total of 120 days or 4 months. This is how long you can stay in Honduras! However you should note that if traveling in the CA4 Treaty region, you only have a total of 120 days to visit those countries
There is a lot more to Utila than party and getting your divers course taken care of. Are you considering a visit to the island and are looking for the best place where to stay in Utila? I am happy to provide the following tips.