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Visa Requirements for Philippine Passport Holders – Honduras (Republic of Honduras)

Philippine passport holders visiting Honduras for travel, leisure or business must first obtain a visa from the Honduran Embassy to enter the country.

General Requirements for Honduras Tourist Visa

  • Valid Philippine passport with 6 months validity remaining
  • One (1) fully completed and signed visa application form
  • One (1) passport size photograph
  • Proof of financial support
  • Onward/return tickets or confirmed itinerary

General Requirements for Honduras Business Visa

  • Valid Philippine passport with 6 months validity remaining
  • A letter from the company in the Philippines (on company letterhead) stating the purpose and duration of the trip and guaranteeing financial support for the applicant during the intended stay in Honduras
  • A letter of invitation from the host company in Honduras
  • One (1) fully completed and signed visa application form
  • One (1) passport size photograph

Information gathered here are subject to change without prior notice. Philippine passport holders traveling to the Republic of Honduras are advised to contact the Embassy of the Republic of Honduras prior to visit for further consular assistance and confirmation:

Honduras Embassy in the Philippines
5/F Cacho Gonzales Bldg.
101 Aguirre cor. Trasierra Sts.
Makati City
Philippines
Telefax: (632) 812-7191

Consular Office
Suite 19-A Strata 2000 Bldg.
No. 12 Garnet Road
Ortigas Center
Pasig City
Metro Manila
Philippines
Telephone: (632) 634-5708
Fax: (632) 634-5709

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