My husband and I will be going to San Padro Sula end of July and need to get to Rio Dulce in Guatemala to visit friends who live there. We looked into renting a car but are thinking of hiring a taxi or tour couch to get us there. We have to get there by 2pm the following day of our arrival so a bus is out of the question as it takes 6hrs.
Any suggestions on who to hire? or how to get there in a more timely fashion?
Thank-you so much
We will be in Honduras and wanted to know how to buy tickets from San Pedro Sula to Managua. Is the bus station close to the airport as we will be dropping off someone at the airport before getting on a bus to Managua.
Traveling alone. Staying at Intercontinental (excellent vecinity)...but hotel personnel info me I should not walk the streets at any hour during the day!! Is San Pedro de Sula that dangerous?
I've read many accounts of people who have rented cars in Honduras and then tried to cross the border into Guatemala and ran into fees ($120/ car or $50/person) and also long delays. So, I trying to decide if I should take a taxi or figure out how to hire a car with a driver to take me into Guatemala.
If anyone have some ideas/suggestions or first-hand experience, I'd appreciate if you could share. Thanks!
How do I get from SPS to cancun? Would anyone recommend stop in Puerto Cortes or Omoa for a little beach fun before long travel? Are there better beaches to stop at for a day or two in Belizw to make the trip more enjoyable.
We arrive i n Honduras after 6:30 PM and do no thin k we will make the 6:50 last bus departure to la cieba where we plan to spend the night. Can someone recommend a taxi service and how much should we pay? Jennifer
My daughter needs to get from San Pedro to la Ceiba- and return to airport- her flight out is early and Hedman says they have cancelled the 5:15 a.m. bus so what are other safe bus choices- what is the road like b/w SPS and LC
Wondering how to travel by bus from the airport to Tela? Do I need to go into San Pedro Sula, or can I catch a local bus near the airport? Thanks.
Hi! I am planning to go thru San pedro Sula to Belize - on July 20th; how do we get to Tamarindo Hostel from the Airport - and what is the best way to get to Belize on the bus from S.P Sula - to Belize?
Nobody seems to know.... HELP!!!! Thanks --- Krystyna
I will be traveling from San Pedro Sula to Managua on tica bus can anyone tell me if there is a place to stay near by as the bus leaves really early.
Hi- my daughter and I will be volunteering at an orphange in San pedro de sula and want to take a small side trip to a beach area--does anyone have a good suggestion? We would like to stay for 1 or 2 nights? we would have to go by bus. thanks
can anyone please give me some general nfo about san pedro sula, honduras?
Is there such a thing as a personal guide you can hire for the day I would perfer not to go in a large group but I do not speak the language and would like to hire a bi lingual guide to help with my sight seeing while visiting
I'm inquiring about buses in San Pedro Sula. I've been looking on the web for specific bus schedules and rates but having a hard time finding them. Any advice on finding one from San Pedro sula to the Copan Ruins?
Can anybody tell me about the train? I've heard that it goes to both Tela and San Pedro Sula. Can anyone tell me what the fare is and what the schedule is? If anyone has traveled both routes, which is the best? Thanks, Bobby
Does anyone know anything about this place. Good, bad, average??
Hi everyone, we have a slight dilema. My husband and I (from California) will be in San Pedro July 28-30 and we are looking for something fun to do other than the Mayan Ruins or the botanical gardens. Since we will be in town to attend a Saturday wedding we have a time constaint in that we have to be back in SPS by 5pm on both Friday and Saturday, so if anyone has any quick tips or suggestions let me know,I'd sure appreciate it!
I'm a recent college grad and keep hearing alot about chances to teach English in Honduras. Next week I'll have more info about this opportunity in San Pedro Sula, but I thought I could possibly get some real life info here. I saw a post from January by someone who said they were from Honduras, and this person said that the city wasn't very safe. They mentioned problems with gangs in San Pedro Sula. Of course if I'm going to teach there I'll be living there. Someone else told me that the city was reasonably safe but that you have to be careful about where you choose to live. Does anyone know if there is a part of the city that would be safe for a single American woman (who barely speaks Spanish!) to live alone, and what the cost of housing would be like there? Any reasonably accurate information would be much appreciated. Thanks!
Does any airline fly between San Pedro Sula and any city in the U.S. other than Miami? If so, which airlines and which cities? Thanks.
My mother and I are traveling to Honduras for the first time at the end of February. We are flying into San Pedro Sula and going directly to Lago do Yojoa to stay at a hotel off the lake. Should we rent a car or are the busses fairly easy/ reliable? We don't want to get stuck in Central Honduras miles away from the hotel. Any advice is really appreciated as well as car rental and driving experiences.
If anyone knows good places to stay, eat, shop or visit in or near San Pedro Sula we would very much appreciate your tips. Thank you.
How can we get from San Pedro Sula, Honduras to Belize City by boat? We want to do this in February. Are there good boats, where can I find the schedule, cost, etc.?
Traveling with my wife to Honduras in September. Looking for the most economical yet efficient and safe way to get to and from Pico Bonito from San Pedro Sula. I would like to either take a nice air conditioned bus or rent a car. I wonder about the ladder due to the possibility of poor highways and roads. I am bilingual so I needn't look for a specialized guide of sorts. Please give any suggestions.
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