The good news is that the Bay Islands of Honduras are not part of this curfew. This means that travelers and residents of the Bay Islands of Utila, Guanaja and Roatan can go on with life as usual. Yes you understood correctly: there is no curfew in Utila!
All about Utila
I just got back from “The Rock” and happy to share the following Utila Update. I can report that the Utila Dream is working like a charm. Utila is a great destination that you will enjoy thoroughly. Make sure you do not miss it!
There are two main routes for travelers crossing into Honduras from Guatemala. One of them follows the Caribbean Coast, through the Corinto Border over the Motagua River. As a general rule, travel from Rio Dulce to La Ceiba uses this route.
There is a lot more to Utila than party and getting your divers course taken care of. Are you considering a visit to the island and are looking for the best place where to stay in Utila? I am happy to provide the following tips.
So you have probably asked yourself: Are there any ATM machines in Utila? The answer is yes! There are two different ATM machines in Utila. Both are close to each other. They are also close to the municipal dock.
You see, Marty, and his friend Ginsky spent a year in Utila. They had such a blast, they decided to share their experience by producing a video. The video, titled “If you come to Utila” was a grand success and went viral as soon as it was uploaded to UTube.
If you get stuck, and absolutely need to travel, head for the airport if you are in La Ceiba or Roatan. The airlines usually provide extra departures when the demand increases due to the closing of the port
It is a pleasure to travel around Honduras, especially if it involves a short trip to Utila or Roatan. This week, it was Utila! Here is my latest report!
For many years, travel between the Bay Islands has only been possible via La Ceiba. This of course, made no sense.
The price war that started several months ago between the new and old ferry to Utila has come to an end. The biggest loser is the traveler to Utila.