Central America Honduras

Honduras is privileged to have an extraordinary natural and cultural heritage: the Bay Islands are surrounded by the world’s second largest coral reef offering some of the best Scuba Diving in the Carribean; Copan is considered the Athens of the ancient Mayan civilization; and there are beaches of singular beauty, exuberant scenery, colonial towns and living cultures throughout the country.
Natural Wonders

Honduras has plenty of beaches, forests, coral reefs, and a wide variety of protected areas that are ideal for enjoying sightseeing. The country is well-known for the second largest reef in the world that can be found throughout the Bay Islands.

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Colonial Heritage

Honduras is very rich in history, with colonial towns located all around the country, we can learn about its heritage. Comayagua and Gracias are the most representative towns, part of the famous Lenca route.

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Living Cultures

The Caribbean coast of Honduras and the outlying Bay Islands are home to the Garifuna people, descendants of African slaves mixed with Arawak Indians from the West Indies. They were deported to Roatan by the British in the 18th century.

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Honduras Tours

Area:
112,492 km²
Capital:
Tegucigalpa
Currency:
Lempira (HNL)
Population:
9,112,867 people
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