Honduras Travel Insurance Plans

Familiarize yourself with Travel Guard’s most important travel tips and safety information to help make sure you’re more prepared for your vacation to Honduras.

Honduras is a popular destination known for its gorgeous beaches, rainforests and historic sites. If you’re hoping to explore the coral reefs of Roatán, the archaeological history found in the Copán Ruins or another exciting spot in the country, Travel Guard can help as you plan your vacation to Honduras.

Honduras Travel Insurance Plans

Do I need a travel insurance plan to visit Honduras?

Travel Insurance is not a requirement for entry to Honduras; however, the U.S. Department of State strongly recommends having a travel insurance plan that covers medical evacuation.  Many U.S. healthcare plans may not provide international coverage, so a travel insurance plan may be crucial when planning your out-of-country vacation. Other coverages which may include baggage coverage and trip interruption can also help ease the burden of certain unexpected events.

What is the best travel insurance plan for Honduras?

Our Preferred Plan is a great place to start when looking for coverage as it has a comprehensive suite of travel insurance coverages for your trip to Honduras. Coverages include trip delay, baggage coverage, travel inconvenience and more. Or, if you’re looking for the highest benefit limits, Travel Guard’s Deluxe Plan may be the option for you. Whichever plan you choose, all of our travel insurance plans come with access to Travel Guard’s 24-hour emergency travel assistance, so you’re not left to deal with certain travel mishaps alone.

How much is a travel insurance plan for a trip to Honduras?

Travel insurance plans is usually priced between 5-7% of the total cost of your trip. Several factors come into play when it comes to pricing your plan, which may include the product you choose and the number of travelers in your party. For more details on pricing, check out our article on how much travel insurance costs.

Ready to book your travel insurance plan for your trip to Honduras? Travel Guard’s award-winning travel insurance plans provide excellent coverage options and access to 24-hour emergency travel assistance. Compare our travel insurance plans to find the best option for your travels today.

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Honduras Travel Tips and Safety Information

To help ensure travelers to Honduras are as safe and informed as possible, Travel Guard has compiled some popular questions asked by tourists visiting the country.

Are there COVID-19 restrictions for U.S. visitors to Honduras?

For the latest information related to COVID-19 travel requirements for Honduras, please visit the official U.S. Embassy website for Honduras.

What currency is used in Honduras?

The official currency of Honduras is the Honduran Lempira, though some tourist spots may take the U.S. Dollar. Try to exchange currency before your trip at a local bank or at the airport before or after departure. Credit and debit cards are widely accepted, though small vendors may only accept cash, so it’s best to keep a small amount on your person. Remember to contact your bank before your travels to help ensure you have access to your money on vacation.

What language is spoken in Honduras?

The official language of Honduras is Spanish, though English speakers may be found in tourist locations. For best practice, learn common phrases and sayings before your trip and download a translator app to use without Wi-Fi.

Do I need a visa or passport to travel to Honduras?

U.S. tourists visiting for less than 90 days do not need a visa to visit Honduras; however, a passport with three months of validity and a blank page are required for entry.

How do I contact the U.S. Embassy in Honduras?

The U.S. Embassy in Honduras is located in Tegucigalpa. Visit the official U.S. Embassy government website for a list of up-to-date phone numbers and addresses.

What is the weather like in Honduras?

Honduras has an overall tropical climate with average high temperatures around 90˚F and low temperature averages around 68˚F. December to February tend to have the lowest temperatures with March to May having the highest. The dry season lasts from November to April while the rainy season tends to be from May to October.

When is the best time of year to visit Honduras?

The most popular time to visit Honduras is from December to the end of March as this is the country’s dry season and temperatures are not too high. If you’re looking for fewer crowds May and November are a great time to visit. Because it’s the slower season travelers can get better prices, enjoy the weather and avoid excessive crowds. September and October tend to be the cheapest time to fly to Honduras, though this is during the rainy season in Honduras.

What is the dial code for phoning to and from Honduras?

The dial code for Honduras is +504 when calling from the U.S. first dial the U.S. exit code of +011 followed by the dial code, area code and seven-digit number of your contact. When placing a call from Honduras, use the exit code of +00 then the U.S. dial code of +1 followed by the 10-digit number of the person you’re trying to reach. Be sure to inform your phone company of your travels to help avoid service interruptions.

What kind of power adapter do I need for my electronics?

Honduras uses a similar voltage type as the U.S., but an adaptor is still needed to connect to the outlets. We recommend a universal adaptor that can be used during future travels.

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Other Honduras FAQs

Is Honduras a good vacation for families?

Honduras is a great destination for families as it has plenty of activities and resorts geared towards families. Your whole family will enjoy the trip learning about the history, culture and wildlife in Honduras.

Is Honduras safe to LBGTQ+ travelers?

LBGTQ+ travelers visiting Honduras may face discrimination on their vacation. Before booking your vacation, review our safety tips for LGBTQ+ travelers.

Are there vaccination requirements for travel to Honduras?

Vaccinations are not required for travelers visiting Honduras unless traveling to or from Panama and South America, then you are required to have a yellow fever vaccine. Visit the U.S. Department of State website for the most update-to-date information on entry and exit requirements.

Travel Guard offers comprehensive and customizable travel insurance plans for travelers visiting Honduras. With excellent coverage and specialized emergency travel assistance representatives ready to help you at any time, Travel Guard is there for you. Compare our popular plans and find the best one for you!

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