We've received so many requests and it‚s finally arrived!
We purchased a deluxe EZ-Go gas-powered golf cart to take you
& 4 to 5 more of your friends to and from town. Great for
guests with young kids, elderly or injured. Great for hauling
dive gear or groceries. And great if you just prefer not breaking
a sweat whenever you head into town for a nice meal or to meet
We will be offering this to our guests on a first right of refusal
basis at $40/per day. ($50/day for non-guests). There is no
Honduran Tax for renting the cart. Please give us as much advance
notice as possible. This golf cart is one of only a few sought
after gas powered carts on the island and it‚s totally
loaded to boot.
Custom features include:
• Raised chassis and enlarged wheels/tires to keep you
from worrying about scraping the bottom along the town's speed
• Extra long roof to cover both the front and rear seats
to keep more of you out of the sun and rain
• Back seats fold down to make a small cargo space for
bringing groceries and drinks back to the house.
• And of course it has lights, drink holders, and a little
place to record your daily notes.
• Should hold at least 5-6 adults and more if kids can
sit on laps.
yes, we have rules since this cart cost us way too much. Here
are the rules:
• We ask that you keep the cart on smooth surfaces of
the island only. There are some sections of the island that
are still like back roads and can be very bumpy and ruff on
the cart as well as very muddy after rains.
• The cart must be parked away from any salty breezes
at night to help it last longer.
• Guests are responsible for filling up the tank with
gas from the local gas station and leaving it with a full
tank as you received it. Angel will show you where.
take the keys out when parked and take extra care to keep
track of the keys
• Please drive VERY carefully; especially in town and
watch out for the crazy drivers.
• Guests are responsible for the costs to repair any
damage to the cart.
We hope that one can't get into too much trouble driving a
golf cart around the island but we‚ve heard some interesting
stories. The house is only about a 5-minute bike ride and
15-minute walk to the edge of town so a mountain bike or calling
taxis also works well. Many of our guests have kids, elderly,
someone that has an injury or like to have the option to head
into town or around the island at any given time without waiting
for a taxi. It can sometimes be a challenge, no matter how
slow you go, to walk or bike to a restaurant without working
up a sweat. It's also good for hauling groceries or dive gear
back to the house, etc. As one of our guests put it: "Life
was fine without one, but once we got one we just couldn't
do without it".