- Bay Islands, Guanaja
- Bay Islands, Roatan, Big French Cay
- Bay Islands, Roatan, Brick Bay
- Bay Islands, Roatan, Caribe Pointe
- Bay Islands, Roatan, First Bight
- Bay Islands, Roatan, French Caye
- Bay Islands, Roatan, French Harbour
- Bay Islands, Roatan, Gibson Bight
- Bay Islands, Roatan, Half Moon Bay
- Bay Islands, Roatan, Johnson Bight
- Bay Islands, Roatan, Lawson Rock
- Bay Islands, Roatan, Milton Bight
- Bay Islands, Roatan, New Port Royal
- Bay Islands, Roatan, Oak Ridge
- Bay Islands, Roatan, Palmetto Bay
- Bay Islands, Roatan, Parrot Tree Plantation
- Bay Islands, Roatan, Politilly Bight
- Bay Islands, Roatan, Pristine Bay
- Bay Islands, Roatan, Punta Blanca
- Bay Islands, Roatan, Sandy Bay
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 reviews
"My family of four spent 8 nights at La Casa Gaviota Azul. Before we arrived, Jami sent us a map, directions and some very helpful links and suggestions. She met us upon arrival and we really appreciated her letting us check-in early as our youngest wasn't feeling well. The accommodations were very clean, comfortable, and updated with a seaside decor. We had all the comforts of home, nothing was missing. We loved being right on the beach in a quiet area, away from the more hectic (and hot!) West End/West Bay. The trade winds were strong while we were there, so we weren't able to snorkel near the house, but the dive boats anchored right outside daily, so I'm sure it must be fabulous. I was impressed with the local care takers who picked up trash along the beach, raked, and rinsed the salt and sand off the patio and windows. They were very friendly and even dropped off a conch shell for our girls one morning. The sheltered lagoon area at Parrot Tree Plantation has cabana beds, seating areas, and canoes for rent. The pool area was nice too! It's a great place to relax if you don't feel like heading out to explore the island, and it's close to the house. If you are here, as others have suggested, be sure to check out Cal's Cantina. The food was wonderful and priced right. Zip lining into Gumbalimba Park and the dolphin encounter at Anthony's Key were also big hits with the kids. There are other recommendations in the "house manual" and several guide books for you to browse through. I would definitely recommend staying here - you won't be disappointed!"Guest: Amelia K. Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: April 9, 2014View listing
"This bungalow was tucked away for the most private holiday experience with the most beautiful organic view of the bay, ocean and mainland mountains in the distance. Its truly one of the most beautiful places I've been. The house is literally 300 square feet. Its all we needed though. Clean foe the most part. Bugs are a bit of an issue. But you get used to it, because they are anywhere you go! We didn't cook since eating out was so affordable. Tuk tuk were no more than $5 no matter where you want to go. We called the same dude everytime. Other wise scooters are ideal. $35/day for a scooter, we had a blast bombing around thr rugged island on that thing. I would suggest bringing or buying good bug spray with high level deet. Sandflies will drive you crazy otherwise. We used eldons dive shop. It was affordable but not the newest equipment. They took us to water cays for an afternoon after diving which was a highlight for sure. All in all. It was a fabulous place to stay for two people. We would highly suggest taking a plane too. The ferry looked awful, and the plane we took was lux!"Guest: BRittany D. Date of Stay: December 2013 Review Submitted: January 23, 2014View listing
"My friend's stayed twice prior to our visit.... spoke so highly of the accommodations & facility Was super easy & convenient ... Wonderful for children. Service was excellent!"Guest: Travellover Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 15, 2014View listing
"This was my second stay at Infinity Bay resort and this stay was just a good as the first. I rented three two bedroom condos for a large family vacation and all three were great. The condos are spacious and clean. The resort staff is attentive and helpful. The restaurant is good and the pool bar is great! The beach and the snorkeling are top notch. I love Infinity Bay resort and hope to return soon."Guest: debbie Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 30, 2014View 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.