If you’re after pristine beaches, a laidback lifestyle and some awesome Mayan ruins then look no further.
Honduras is resplendent with rivers, reefs, ruins and even the occasional (dormant) volcano. Explore the explosion of colour at the world’s second-largest barrier reef, cycle over hills and through banana plantations, hangout with locals over a licuado or gaze up at the swaying palms as you recharge on a perfect beach.
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Articles on Honduras
Honduras travel highlights
Admire Comayagua’s colonial beauty
Explore the Mayan ruins of Copan
Dive, swim or snorkel at Roatan Island
Honduras holiday information
At a glance
Best time to visit Honduras
Geography and environment
Top 10 Experiences in Honduras
Health and Safety
Honduras travel FAQs
Australia: Not required
Belgium: Not required
Canada: Not required
Germany: Not required
Ireland: Not required
Netherlands: Not required
New Zealand: Not required
South Africa: Not required
Switzerland: Not required
United Kingdom: Not required
USA: Not required
A tip of around 10% is normal if a service charge hasn’t been included. Most restaurants will add a sales tax of 12%.
There are plenty of internet cafes available in the main towns.
Reception is good in most coastal and urban areas. Ensure you have global roaming activated with your carrier if you wish to use your phone.
It's likely that you’ll encounter different types of toilets while travelling in Honduras. Western-style flushable toilets are commonly found in high-end resorts, hotels and restaurants, while squat toilets are common in rural areas and homes. Be prepared by carrying your own supply of toilet paper and soap, as these aren't always provided.
Bottle of soft drink = 20 HNL
Beer in a bar or restaurant = 30 HNL
Simple lunch = 80 HNL
Three-course meal = 150 HNL
Short taxi ride = 50 HNL
Drinking tap water in Honduras isn’t recommended. For environmental reasons, try to avoid buying bottled water. Fill a reusable water bottle or canteen with filtered water. It's also advisable to avoid ice in drinks and peel fruit and vegetables before eating.
Credit cards are widely accepted.
There’s good access to ATMs in nearly all towns and cities.
Absolutely. All passengers travelling with Intrepid are required to purchase travel insurance before the start of your trip. Your travel insurance details will be recorded by your leader on the first day of the trip. Due to the varying nature, availability and cost of health care around the world, travel insurance is very much an essential and necessary part of every journey.
For more information on insurance, please go to: Travel Insurance
- 1 Jan New Year's Day
- 13 Apr Holy Thursday
- 14 Apr Good Friday
- 15 Apr Easter Saturday
- 1 May Guatemalan Labor Day
- 30 Jun Army Day
- 15 Sep Independence Day
- 20 Oct Revolution Day
- 1 Nov All Saints Day
- 25 Dec Christmas Day
Please note these dates are for 2017. For a current list of public holidays in Honduras go to: http://www.worldtravelguide.net/honduras/public-holidays
Intrepid is committed to travelling in a way that is respectful of local people, their culture, local economies and the environment. It's important to remember that what may be acceptable behaviour, dress and language in your own country, may not be appropriate in another. Please keep this in mind while travelling.
Top responsible travel tips for Honduras
- Be considerate of Honduras’s customs, traditions, religion and culture.
- For environmental reasons, try to avoid buying bottled water. Fill a reusable water bottle or canteen with filtered water instead.
- Always dispose of litter thoughtfully, including cigarette butts.
- When bargaining at markets, stay calm, be reasonable and keep a smile on your face. It's meant to be fun!
- Learn some local language and don't be afraid to use it - simple greetings will help break the ice.
- Shop for locally made products. Supporting local artisans helps keep traditional crafts alive.
- Refrain from supporting businesses that exploit or abuse endangered animals.
- Please ask and receive permission before taking photos of people, including children.
- When on community visits or homestays, refrain from giving gifts or money to locals.