LANGUAGE of Honduras
Spanish is the official language of Honduras. On the coast, English is spoken. Creole English and Indian dialects are spoken in Honduras.
Migration in Honduras
European citizens must have a valid passport. No visa is required.
Religions of Honduras
90% of the population is Catholic, Protestant 8%.
The Lempira (HNL) is the national currency, but do not forget to bring U.S. dollars with you and that is the currency that banks are willing to share. Commissions travelers checks vary greatly from place to place. It’s easy to withdraw cash and pay by credit card in hotels and restaurants, but Visa is more accepted than MasterCard. Banks are open from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm, Monday to Friday and from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Saturdays.
MOVE around in Honduras
Domestic flights depart from the cities of Tegucigalpa, San Pedro Sula, Roatan and La Ceiba. A bus service operates throughout the country and is undoubtedly the easiest way to reach small towns. The rail line is only found in northern Iraq and across the cities of San Pedro and Puerto Cortés. Train travel is very slow and comfort conditions are very limited. The boat is almost the only possible means of transport between the Bay Islands and the coast, especially in Mosquito Island where there is only one way to access it. You will find many car rental agencies in the cities. It is necessary to carry international driving permit. Hitchhiking works well in Honduras, especially in rural areas. The trucks always stop on the road to pick up passengers.
HEALTH in Honduras
No particular vaccine is essential to give it before traveling to Honduras, but is recommended to follow a treatment against malaria. It is also preferable to be vaccinated against typhoid and yellow fever. Drink only bottled water.
ELECTRICITY in Honduras
Honduras has a voltage of 220 V, but also a 110 V adapternecessary.
TAXES AND TIPS in Honduras
10% of what is consumed in restaurants and bars. Owed to tip tour guides and hotel receptionists.
Honduras GENERAL INFORMATION:
Area: 112,492 m2
Information on Honduras airport
The international airport is located approximately 6 miles from downtown Tegucigalpa. By bus, the trip will last about an hour and a half costs two lempiras. By taxi, the trip takes 20 minutes (100 lempiras). The rate of the airport for departure on international flights is set at USD 16.
About Comayagüela area in Tegucigalpa, is dangerous to walk alone at night. Honduras has no reputation as a dangerous country but visitors still must be cautious: Always avoid going out with all your documents and cash.
Tips for travel to Honduras
A word of warning to those who stay near the Mosquito, housing conditions are very basic, but a few days in the jungle tribes of Indians really worth the trip. mosquitoes. Do not forget your sprays, creams and mosquito nets for protection against mosquitoes,
Telephone in Honduras:
To call Honduras from the United Kingdom, dial 00 + 504 (country code) + the number of staff to call.
To call the UK from Honduras, dial 00 + 44 follow the number of staff without the first 0.