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Old 03-05-2010, 09:20   #1
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I Need Advice on Roatan, Please

Hola Can anyone give me any recommendations on Isla Roatan off Honduras.
Where to anchor, customs, sightseeing, dangers, scam and anything else that might be helpful.

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Uhm . . . research the gun laws before checking in, maybe?

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The Government of Honduras is strictly enforcing the law that requires a Honduran permit for the importation of firearms into Honduras.
Travellers must obtain a firearm importation permit from a Honduran Embassy, Consulate General, or Consulate prior to bringing firearms into the country.
Firearms that arrive without the requisite Honduran permit will be confiscated and the bearer will be prosecuted to the full extent of Honduran law.

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no-see-ums were our only issue. plan on using some bug spray and anchoring away from the shore.
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