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Car and billingual driver for day in Tegucigalpa

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Car and billingual driver for day in Tegucigalpa

We would like to hire a car with a billingual driver to take us around Tegucigalpa and Valle de Angeles for a day when we are there. Can anybody recommend a reliable person or agency that we can get in contact with for these services? Do you know approximately what their rates for a day would be?

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1. Re: Car and billingual driver for day in Tegucigalpa

The taxi cooperative based at the airport is safe and reliable. They have minivans and the like, as well as regular taxis, and can be booked by the hour, by the day, for tours and the like. I used once a driver named Josue Sanchez Reyes, and he was very pleasant and his numbers are 9952-7516 and 2233-5971. I speak Spanish so I don't know if he speaks English. But if you are flying into Tegus, I am sure you could just show up at the airport and negotiate there, and find someone that speaks enough English. The cooperative drivers have IDs and yellow shirts. They charge more than taxi drivers on the street, but you get trustworthiness in return, which is definitely worth it!

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