Honduras

Living and
Working in Honduras

Connect with fellow expats in Honduras
Join exciting events and groups
Get information in our Honduras guides
Exchange tips about expat life in Honduras

Sean Henderson

"InterNations events and forums have provided me with an extensive network of business and personal contacts in Tegucigalpa."

Ida Hagen

"InterNations helped me meet fellow expats in Tegucigalpa and helped me make friends."

The InterNations Expat Guide for working and living in Honduras

Are you an expat working and living in Honduras? Or are you preparing to move soon to Tegucigalpa, El Progreso or any other of the Honduran international hotspots?

Expat life in Honduras has much to offer and provides a great intercultural experience – from discovering the countryside like its impressive cloud forests with their unique biodiversity, learning how Honduran people celebrate Morazán Day, up to tasting Honduras’s favorite dishes such as plato típico.

However, InterNations does not only address expats in Honduras. We have brief overview guides for various locations around the world – from living in Cuba to moving to Austria.

Top Articles in the Honduras Expat Guide

  • Moving to Honduras

    Are you planning to relocate to Honduras? You can learn more about the country and its people, the tropical climate and atmosphere, as well as how to best get to this Central America country by reading our InterNations Expat Guide on moving to Honduras!
  • Living in Honduras

    Honduras is a beautiful tropical country, but it has unfortunately a high crime rate. Expats should therefore be aware of the threats and opportunities in Honduras, which still has much to offer. Read our guide for info on safety, healthcare, education and more.
  • Working in Honduras

    Honduras has much to offer to skilled workers from all over the world, despite the high poverty among a large part of the native population. If you are look to work in Honduras, read the InterNations Expat Guide to learn more about leading sectors, taxation and job hunting!

Working and living in Honduras – Valuable Information from A to Z

Moving to and living in Honduras requires a wealth of up-to-date, trustworthy information on various aspects of Honduran expat life. Living abroad in Honduras raises a lot of questions such as: ʺHow do I find the best relocation services for moving to Honduras?ʺ, ʺHow can I protect myself from pick-pocketing and petty theft?ʺ, ʺWhich international school in Tegucigalpa should our kids attend?ʺ or, ʺHow do I obtain a work permit for my spouse at the Honduran municipality in San Pedro Sula?ʺ

Collecting all that information on working and living in Honduras is quite laborious and time-consuming. Our InterNations Expat Guide for Honduras aims to help you and provides you with reliable info on those topics that matter to expats living in Honduras. The Guide includes information on many different areas ranging from expat institutions and clubs, to sports & leisure or health-care, up to education & children. Typical questions related to expat life abroad, such as ʺWhich nationalities will I meet in the Honduras expat community?ʺ, will no longer remain unanswered.

Are you curious about expatriate living outside Honduras? Then read more about our various expat guides, such as living in Egypt or moving to Cyprus!

Tips on living and working in Honduras – From business associations to chambers of foreign trade

Moreover, our expat directory for Honduras includes recommended listings of expat institutions and relocation services, e.g. business associations or chambers of foreign trade. As a member, you’ll also be able to share your experiences of living abroad in Honduras with your fellow expats on the InterNations Forum. We are looking forward to welcoming you with a heart-felt ¡Hola! from our expats living and working in Honduras.

Sean Henderson

"InterNations events and forums have provided me with an extensive network of business and personal contacts in Tegucigalpa."

Ida Hagen

"InterNations helped me meet fellow expats in Tegucigalpa and helped me make friends."

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