An eco-tourist’s dream!
Rich biodiversity and a colorful culture awaits you
Honduras is populated by a mix of indigenous, mestizo, and Garifuna (Afro-Caribbean) people. Geographically, Honduras delivers breathtaking mountains, Caribbean islands, river valleys and low coastal plains. With its extensive network of reserves, national parks, and cloud forests/biospheres, rare and beautiful species are protected across the country, making it a nature lover’s dream destination.
A lifetime of adventure and discovery awaits you in Honduras
Residency In Honduras
There are four types of residency in Honduras: Rentista, Retiree, Investor or Relative.
RENTIST: An income of at least $2,500 per month must be proven to come from a source outside of Honduras.
RETIRED: The applicant needs to show that they receive at least $1,500/mo (most commonly as pension) from a private or governmental institution.
INVESTOR: With proof of an investment of at least $50,000 in a business or project.
RELATIVE: The applicant must be a relative of a Honduran citizen, and this type of residency allows for the applicant to include dependents (spouse or children).
Honduras Travel Guide & Handbook
Considering traveling to or living in Honduras? Start here with these fantastic resources!
Honduras Travel Guide
This Travel Guide delivers essential information for your next adventure in Honduras, including places to see, things to do.
Honduras 100-Page Handbook
From the basics in geography, population, and culture, to in-depth details of the departments within the country and essential travel information. Dive deep into Honduras with this guide, and discover ways you can make her your permanent home.
Honduras & Living Abroad
An ecological wonder, Honduras welcomes the explorers, adventurers and dreamers.