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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent Honduras property reviews
"What a beauty! The huge kitchen opened to eating area and living room, eating area had seating for 10 plus 4 bar chairs, vaulted ceilings made the airy living space seem even bigger. Two of the bedrooms had a shared full bath, master had a huge bath and there was a full bath in hall. The kitchen was fully equipped with everything you could need to cook with. Air conditioning worked great. There was an outdoor shower to wash saltwater off. The deck was awesome. You could watch the sunset and see all the beach 'goings on' from the deck with hammock. Only thing I felt like could be improved would be to add a ceiling fan to the deck as the flies and sand fleas are bad since the deck sits so close to the ground. I slept on one of the twin beds and slept better than I have slept in years. There is a fruit/veg truck that comes weekly and a fish truck that usually comes weekly. The highlight is the location on the beach. The best snorkeling reef is in the ocean directly in front of home! No need to rent a snorkeling tour. Snorkel directly from beach, and the water is usually so calm. Easiest snorkeling I have ever done and see the most beautiful fish! The property managers always answered their cell phones and did everything they could to make our vacation perfect. We always enjoy the food at Infinity Bay, only indoor dining we did was at Vintage Pearl (excellent), and we tried the Argentina Grill (excellent) and all within easy walking distance. We rented catamaran (Roger's cat-cruises) for a sunset cruise and all enjoyed that. Can't wait to return!"Guest: Tennessee Nurse Date of Stay: August 2012 Review Submitted: August 21, 2012View listing
"This house was just what we needed for a relaxing week away. The house had all the necessities to cook, although we didn't while there. The opening of Neptunes restaurant just 100 yards away is a huge plus for food options. Otherwise we could catch a quick boat ride back to town for a meal. The diving right in front of the home is amazing. The home is perfect for up to three couples to stay or one large family. We look forward to returning to Utila and Casa Tranquila shortly!"Guest: Socalcoug Date of Stay: August 2013 Review Submitted: September 9, 2013View listing
"We just got back. The condo was very nice to stay in. The kitchen was capable to cook up meals (bring your own spices, sugar and salt; nothing is there) , the bed was very comfortable, the internet was quick, the resort was nice. If you are going to do a lot of cooking take a taxi to the Aldons ($30) to get stocked up. If your just going to do the basics the strip mall grocery store within walking distance will suffice. (just don't buy the pudding it was spoiled) The store also has a nice breakfast, was kind of interesting eating breakfast in the middle of a grocery store. We bought bread, peanut butter, jelly, pop, liquor and snacks from them. We used the dive shop at the resort for shore dives every day, $22 a dive. It was nice to be able to dive on your own and see and go on your own pace. There is two reefs, one at about 15 to 20 feet deep about 75 yards out and then about 50 yards of sand (look for flounders and rays here) and then a reef at about 30ft that goes down to about 80ft. We seen green eels, turtles, scorpion fish, lion fish (didn't have a spear), shark, starfish, lobsters and a ton of various fish including large grouper. We did not do a boat dive, we enjoyed the shore diving so much. We ate at the numerous restaurants along the beach every night. Each displays their specials on a sign as a you walk by. Happy hour from 4p to 7p everynight. There was live music or movies on the beach to keep you entertained. At the restaurant "bite on the beach" which is on the water, they have large green eels you can see while eating dinner. The best entertainment was the beautiful sunsets every night. Talking about food, "banana donut", is a saying every visitor will recognize, he was even at the airport when we were leaving. The pool was nice to lay around during the day, so was the beach, don't forget the sunscreen. The bugs never bothered us. The shuttle from the airport and back was a nice option. We only ate breakfast one day at the resort. It was good but expensive. We took several walks in the area, hilly and hot but very nice views. Most of the time the beach was quite quiet and relaxing. It got busy a few days for a few hours when the cruise passengers showed up but it was not overwhelming. The evenings were always quiet. We would stay here again. This beach area ranks up at the top of my list, especially if you like to shore dive."Guest: Russ W. Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: February 10, 2014View listing
"As a pro builder I was amazed at the quality of the home,the Treasure Beach subdivision and the sunsets,beach,docks were superbly built and well maintained .The custom details are truly amazing in the home.Very romantic place...The beach and the REEF are World Class.Really -you can literally dive the reef 100 ft off the beach there and be totally satisfied.Trish and Dave are there when you need them and respectful of your privacy when not needed..Very pleasurable experience and well book again next year.Waether was perfect..Sand flies were not bad at all..girlfriend got bit ..I didnt..We had aprivate chef one night for dinnere on the lanai.Highly recommend Peter for your romantic evening meal..."Guest: Biff Date of Stay: April 2013 Review Submitted: May 8, 2013View listing
Honduras Travel Tips
Seasons to Visit Honduras Vacation Rentals
The climate in Honduras varies in the different regions. While it is generally tropical, the weather is cooler and more temperate in the higher mountain regions. Generally, you can wear lightweight cotton clothing all year long. You will need a good rain jacket especially if you are traveling in the wet season. Make sure that you also have one or two warmer items of clothing if you plan to visit the highlands. Typically, the wet season is from May to October. Tropical storms have been known to blow across from the Caribbean, bringing heavy rain and strong winds. The north coast is one of the most popular tourist regions; however, temperatures can get very hot and visitors are advised to use plenty of sunscreen and wear hats. The most popular travel season is during the drier months which are from November through April.
Activities and Attractions near Honduras Villas
Tegusigalpa has a beautiful historic city center. Colonial architecture can be seen in a number of the ancient buildings. Just outside of the city on one of the hilltops is a relatively new monument known as the Christ of the Picacho. From the monument site, you can enjoy great views out over the city. Another city that has well-preserved colonial architecture is the former capital of Honduras, the city of Comayaguan. Here you can roam the cobbled streets, visit the town plazas and see the quaint white-washed houses. Each year for Easter, there is a week-long celebration that is full of cultural festivities. If you have an interest in the ancient Mayan culture, one place you must visit is Copan. The Copan Ruins Archeological Park houses some impressive structures which give testament to the advancement of the Mayan culture. There is an Acropolis, the Court of the Heiroglyphic Stairway, and the Great Plaza.
There are several national parks and wildlife reserves where you can hike nature trails or join a guided overland tour. Canopy tours through the rainforest are quite popular. There are also various boat trips or kayaking excursions that can be enjoyed down the country's major rivers. There are also caves to go exploring. The beaches in Honduras are legendary and the Bay Islands are a tropical paradise. The coral reefs off the Bay Islands offer excellent scuba diving and snorkeling.
Getting to Honduras Beach Houses
Honduras is located in Central America just to the north of Nicaragua and east of Guatemala. The capital city Tegucigalpa is located in the southern region of the country. The nation's main airport is located just three miles to the southeast of Tegucigalpa. There are daily scheduled flights that operate to Miami in the U.S. For travelers staying in other parts of North America and Europe, your best flight options will be to get a connection via Miami. The airport is served by buses and taxis which can take you in to the city center. If you will be visiting the coastal regions, you can get a connecting domestic flight as this is the most convenient way to travel around the country. Roatan has a cruise ship port and many visitors arrive in the country here.
Visitors to Honduras
Honduras is a wonderful travel destination that is a combination of rich natural and cultural attractions. Visitors who like ancient cultures and beautiful architecture can enjoy exploring the cities and ancient Mayan ruins. For those who prefer nature and the outdoors, there is no shortage of activities and attractions. Tall mountain peaks, caves, rivers and beautiful beaches offer the ideal adventure playground.