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Who requires a visa?
Required by all except the following:
(a) Nationals of Andorra, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Australia, Bahamas, Bahrain, Barbados, Belize, Brazil, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, El Salvador, EU countries, Guatemala, Iceland, Japan, Kuwait, Liechtenstein, Malaysia, Mexico, Monaco, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Qatar, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, St Kitts and Nevis, St Lucia, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay and Venezuela.
(b) Transit passengers who are only remaining in the country for 48 hours, and have proof of onward destination.
Note: For certain nationalities, authorisation will have to be obtained from Honduras before a visa can be issued.
What documents will be required?
Passport valid for 6 months from date of arrival required by all.
Note: It is advisable to have a return ticket, but not obligatory. However, visitors may be asked to prove how they plan to leave the country.
Application to: Consulate (or Consular section at Embassy); see Contact Addresses section for details.
Application requirements: (a) Two passport-size photos. (b) Valid passport. (c) Completed application form. (d) Fee (payable by cash or company cheque). (e) A stamped addressed registered envelope, if applying by post. (f) In some cases, travellers may be asked to provide bank records, return ticket, travel schedule and proof of residence. (g) For business visas, company letters giving full details and confirming financial responsibility for the applicant.
2: Following WHO guidelines issued in 1973, a cholera vaccination certificate is no longer a condition of entry into Honduras. However, cases of cholera were reported in 1996 and 1999 and precautions are essential. Up-to-date advice should be sought before deciding whether these precautions should include vaccination as medical opinion is divided over its effectiveness.
3: Typhoid may be a risk in rural areas.
4: Malaria risk, in the benign vivax form, exists throughout the year in 80 per cent of the municipalities, especially the rural areas. Transmission risk is low in the remainder, which includes the cities of Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula.
Embassy contact information:
Please contact the nearest Honduran embassy for information on what documentation you may require to enter Peru.
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Source & Copyright: The source of the above visa and immigration information and copyright owner/s is the:
– Portal del Gobierno de Honduras – URL: www.gob.hn
– Embajada de Honduras en Washington D.C. – URL: www.hondurasemb.org
The viewer/user of this web page should use the above information as a guideline only, and should always contact the above sources or the user’s own government representatives for the most up-to-date information at that moment in time, before making a final decision to travel to that country or destination.