Honduras Nightlife

  • Nightlife
    by bobbynish
  • Nightlife
    by bobbynish
  • Nightlife
    by bobbynish

Honduras Nightlife

  • Roatan, Honduras

    You can't tell by looking at the place, but its something out of a Rolling Stone article by Hunter S. Thompson... Crazed scuba divers on "holiday" roaming the streets, stoned, inhaling copious amounts of cocaine, drinking gallons of rum, and cases of Port Royal. Local men and women being searched by police for weapons upon entering the clubs on the...

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  • Utila - Treetanic Bar

    Up coco del mico road is a neat place on the left called the Treetanic bar. The bar is up in the trees (think tree fort with a blender... for big kids) has cool tables made from marbles (not marble), has bathrooms that are outta this world - it's a rarity for anyone to rave about any bathroom in Honduras - and provides different levels for you to...

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  • Dancing The Night Away....

    Majority of cruise guests party at Carlos N Charlies before heading back to the ship for the next sail. We had a blast the last time we were there! We enjoyed sharing the dance floor with guests from other cruise lines. They played all kinds of music fom the ever famous YMCA, the 70's, 80's, reggae & blues. We had several friends in our group so we...

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  • Nightlife Alternative

    While in La Ceiba, visit Casino Caribe. It is located in La Zona Viva section of La Ceiba, next to Conrad's disco. The casino is new, clean, bright with murals on the walls and is full of poker machines, slot machines and a five player blackjack machine, with all the abilities of a Las Vegas table game. There is also a private area for high...

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  • Moon in a blue sky

    I was careless and started off a bit late from Copan centre to the ruins. They're only ten minutes away but it's best not to waste all day checking out everything in Copan or you'll reach the ruins at dark and then, no photos.Out of curiosity, I kept walking after the ruins and saw the sign by the small road for a big resort type hotel. It took me...

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  • PUNTA, MERENGUE, SALSA AND ROCK

    In Tela the main place to go in 1994 was Turicentro. This lovely place unfortunately burned down and was never re-built during my time in Honduras.Telamar had a marimba band that played on Friday and Saturday nights. Enigma is a very new place (I haven't been but my friends have recommended it) in town. Located on Subirana Avenue 4 blocks from the...

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  • Garifuna Hangouts

    There are a few Garifuna hangouts in La Ceiba but for a more authentic look at Garifuna life/nightlife, check out the small Garifuna village across the lagoon from Palacios. These folks will get your *ss "movin' to the groovin'" whether you like it or not. I was sceptical at first in thinking this would become another 'tourist show' but it became...

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  • Swanky restaurant/bar in Tegus

    This a gorgeous, very posh, newly opened place where i think you can eat (i was having a purely liquid dinner, so i have nothing to report on this ; ). Drinks are resonably priced and the bar is fully stocked (yay G&Ts!). There is a small dance floor which when i went (Saturday night) had a few couples who really knew what they were doing, so...

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  • Other Honduran Nightlife

    La Ceiba La Casona:Good karaoke and dance club - safe Expatriates:Good pub-style gringo bar. If you happen to be Canadian, be sure Mark the owner serves up a 'traditional' shot for you. The food is very good too. Utila Bush bar:Great place to people watch, meet heaps of fellow travelers. Only open FridaysCoco LocoGreat place to people watch, meet...

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  • One Block from the Ocean Bars

    If you like to just sit and listen to jute box music, or meet other travelers, or meet locals, this is the place. El Bocalou is one block from the ocean. There beer is cheap!! They only serve beer however, so those wanting hard alcohol need to go to another place. I find the place relaxing, but during Carnival or on the weekends, there are alot of...

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  • Party, music, food, and beutiful...

    All of this can be found in Honduras...All of these in one only place! A discotec !! La ceiba is recognized for being the city where people dance and party at all times!.. A weekend in La Ceiba is just music! Go to the 'Zona Viva' a saturday nigth!, there are a lot of places to chooses...such as: El Mussol ( Bar&Grill ), Alejandro's Discotec, Area...

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  • Lots of places to meet people...

    Lots of places to meet people and have fun, especially on Utila! But I want to talk about the good times I had doing music. I got into several jams on Utila, notably when I became a star at the regular Tuesday night jam at Las Deliciosas restaurant/pub. I had a nice time with Mike and Alan from Alaska, and just playing by the sea at Trudi's Hotel.I...

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  • Coco Loco

    Almost everybody is a traveler. Everybody enjoy the night and the sea. But be carefull because it is easy to fall in the sea. What's Dress code in Utila? Just be yourself.

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