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Utila – Managing Its Tourism Challenges

  • Utila Harbor
    Just 11 miles long and two miles wide, Utila is the smallest of Honduras’ Caribbean Bay Islands.
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  • Utila Swimmer
    Because the world’s second longest reef runs along Utila, it’s a major destination for scuba divers.
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  • Utila Shark
    Whale sharks are protected in Honduras, and Utila is one of the few places that they can be seen year round.
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  • Utila Street
    A former pirates’ refuge, Utila retains a small-town feel. But that’s threatened by the growth of tourism and plans for new resort hotels.
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  • Utila Dive Map
    We are helping Utila and other members of the Sustainable Destinations Alliance of the Americas to manage challenges posed by tourism.
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  • Utila Signs
    Recycling, rainwater catchment, a coastal erosion study and improved access to tourist attractions are Utila’s immediate priorities.
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