Utila is the smallest of “The Bay Islands” which are found off the north coast of Honduras in the Caribbean Sea. Utila measures 11 km in length, and 4 km at its widest point. The majority of Utila is at sea level. The highest peak (at the west of the island) reaches a height of 24 metres, and is called “Pumpkin Hill”. The island is dominated by mangrove, wetlands, and swampland vegetation. The mangroves are an important habitat for an endemic species of iguana. The main settlement on Utila is East Harbor.
How to get around in Utila and Utila Travel Tips
Utila Map (Tourist Map)
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