In Honduras, there is a saying, which does indeed cause some humor amongst Hondurans – that is: “el Honduras de aqui y el Honduras de alla.” The Honduras over here and the Honduras over there. Now, why such a saying? It is owed mostly to the grand differences one notes between life, people and ambience […]
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 […]
There is no doubt that the yearly Carnival in La Ceiba, is one of the most popular events in Honduras. This even includes Central America. This year, due to the Covid-19 pandemic the La Ceiba Carnival was cancelled. This is a blow to the economy of the city, and to the possibility of entertainment for […]
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?
Well, this is it! Today is Good Friday, and we are in full swing for this Semana Santa 2020 in Honduras, except that we aren’t! Covid-19 has pushed many places in the World into a lockdown. Honduras is no exception. As a matter of fact, Honduras was second, only to El Salvador in declaring a […]
Christmas is always a time to be jolly. And Christmas in Honduras 2019 has so far been special. I am in the lovely town of Copan Ruinas for Christmas this year. It is always nice here, and yet this Christmas is especially nice. The reason is that the local town hall has made a special effort to decorate the central plaza.
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.