Tips and recommendations for healthy travel to top destinations
Learn more about your flu vaccine options
Learn more about the travel visa requirements for top destinations
Officials at the port of entry determine how long tourists may stay in Honduras, up to a maximum of 90 days. Honduras has a Central America-4 Border Control Agreement with Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaragua, which allows visitors to freely travel between these countries. Visitors may gain an additional 90 days in Honduras upon re-entry from one of the other three participating countries.
To depart Honduras, travelers must clear Honduran Immigration. Travelers by air must return the copy of their immigration document received at entry. Travelers by land or sea must also return the entrance permit they received when entering Honduras. If you are departing via air, you will be charged an airport tax of $38.71. If you stay in Honduras beyond 90 days, a fine may be imposed by Honduran Immigration prior to your departure. Read more…
For the most current information regarding entry and exit requirements for Honduras, visit the State Department’s website before you go.
Connect With Us: