*Entry rules in response to coronavirus (COVID-19): Honduras does not permit the entry of travellers who have been in the United Kingdom or South Africa in the 21 days prior to their arrival. This measure came into force on 23 December. Travellers who have been in South America 15 days prior to their arrival will not be allowed to enter Honduras. Honduran nationals, foreign nationals who are legally residents in the country and diplomats who have been in the UK, South America or South Africa in the two weeks prior to their arrival will be allowed to enter, however they must quarantine for a period of 14 days in their place of residence. The Honduran authorities request that people keep up to date with the latest restrictions by visiting the following official page where all important information about COVID-19 as well as all advice from the Honduran authorities can be found. See Health.
*Entry to Honduras You must follow the social distancing rules and wear a mask at all times while at the airport. If you are eligible for entry, prior to arrival, you are required to pre-register online with Honduran Immigration. You must present a negative COVID-19 test result upon arrival from a test taken in the previous 72 hours. If you have received a COVID-19 vaccine, there is no need to present the negative COVID-19 test; you must provide evidence of the vaccine upon arrival. You should arrange to take a private test. Keep up to date with information from your tour operator, transport or accommodation provider on the impact on any existing travel plans. If you need further information about entry requirements, contact the Honduran immigration authorities or the nearest Honduran Embassy/Consulate. You should also check with your airline or travel company for the latest information.
*Testing/screening on arrival: You should comply with any additional screening or testing measures put in place by the authorities.
*Quarantine requirements: If you are eligible for entry, you should self-isolate for 14 days after arrival. Local authorities will provide further instructions about the place where you should complete the quarantine.
*Data collection: Upon arrival in Honduras, you will be asked to complete an immigration form where you will be required to provide the address where you will be staying. Local authorities will provide further instructions on any other details you should provide upon arrival.
*Testing on departure: There is currently no testing upon departure in Honduras. They will take your temperature upon arrival at the airport.
*Travel in Honduras: There is no public transport available in Honduras. If you wish to move to or from the airport you have to hire a private taxi or driver. There is a daily curfew from 9pm to 5am in place throughout the country. Anyone circulating during curfew hours will be detained by local authorities. Bars, discoteques and convention centres remain closed. In banks, supermarkets, shopping centres (malls) and shops, capacity should not exceed 50%. There will be special schedules for older people, pregnant women and people with disabilities. Children are prohibited from entering shops. The National Police has suspended the use and validity of Safe Passage letters or “Salvoconductos”. People may only travel during the authorised window. . The Director General of the Police issued instructions to the Police Commands throughout the Honduran territory to coordinate, verify and supervise the strict compliance of all control and security measures.. You can keep up to date with the latest restrictions by visiting the official page where all important information about COVID-19 as well as all advice from the Honduran authorities can be found.
*Accommodation: Some hotels are not open given the current situation. If you are trying to find a hotel in Honduras, please call in advance to confirm that they are taking reservations and to be informed of any measures or requirements they may have.
*Public places and services: All public events remain suspended. All public gatherings remain suspended, except for religious activities. These may go ahead with precautions and measures suggested by the World Health Organization. A number of businesses are closed. Supermarkets, some markets, small stores, pharmacies, hospitals, hotels, petrol stations, hardware stores, restaurants that offer delivery service and private banks remain open. Businesses that have permission to remain open must take precautions and keep people at least one meter apart from each other. In all cases, they must ensure that the number of people in these businesses do not exceed 50 people. Bars, discotheques and convention centres are not allowed to operate. Honduran authorities have suspended academic activities in both public and private institutions. The renewal of “Salvoconductos” must be done online.