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Departments in Honduras [ departamentos ]: Atlantida, Choluteca, Colon, Comayagua, Copan, Cortes, El Paraiso, Francisco Morazan, Gracias a Dios,
Intibuca, Islas de la Bahia, La Paz, Lempira, Ocotepeque, Olancho, Santa Barbara, Valle, Yoro.
Capital City of Honduras: Tegucigalpa
hotels, tour operators - honduras tours, travel guides, travel to honduras
Hotels in Honduras
Centrally located hotels ranging from small family run budget accommodation to world-class five star hotels.
Travel Agents / Tour Operators
- Create your perfect trip to Honduras
Flight, Hotel and Car.
Explore Honduras Tours [ San Pedro Sula, Honduras ]
Short excursions, Packages, Transportation, and more.
Garifuna Tours - leaders in day trips on the Caribbean North Coast of Honduras
Imagine yourself walking through tropical forests teeming with a myriad of wildlife; surrounded on all sides by
vivid sights and a penetrating chorus of sounds – snorkeling amidst a variety of pristine coral reefs,
otherwise unreachable except by a ferry launched out to highly protected marine reserves – kayaking
through narrow channels into untouched mangroves on the Rio Platano; alive with birdlife and butterflies,
alligators and Howler Monkeys – an adrenaline-charged white water rafting trip down Rio Cangrejal - or
simply lying back in a hammock oblivious to the world, after a typical Garifuna lunch on an unfrequented beach… the choice is yours..... and they make it possible.
Travel Guides Honduras / Related books
Travel Guides Honduras [ amazon.co.uk ]
Honduras and the Bay Islands (Lonely Planet Country Guides)
Greg Benchwick (Author)
Includes expanded coverage of La Moskitia and other off-the-beaten-path corners of Honduras. With an Outdoors chapter, this title offers coverage of
family-friendly activities such as organic farm homestays, light adventure options for junior daredevils, and, kid-friendly tours and itineraries.
Paperback: 312 pages; Publisher: Lonely Planet Publications; 2nd edition edition (1 Jan 2010); ISBN-10: 1741048869; ISBN-13: 978-1741048865.
Transportation / How do I travel to Honduras
Honduras is bordered to the west by Guatemala and El Salvador, to the south by Nicaragua and the Pacific Ocean and to the north by the Gulf of Honduras and the Caribbean Sea.
La Ceiba International Airport
Toncontin International Airport.
- Flights to Honduras
Book cheap flights to Honduras at ebookers and benefit from discounted airfares. View their latest offers and book your flights, accommodation, car hire and insurance online
Airline Tickets Honduras / Bargain Flights -
Flight tickets Honduras / Price comparison possible
Language Courses - Learn Spanish Latin American
There are many factors that are attributable to the birth of the Latin American Spanish language but it is
important to realise that it was a slow and gradual process. Although there are differences between Castilian
Spanish and Latin American Spanish - particularly relating to pronunciation - they do not prevent mutual intelligibility.
The differences between these two languages are equivalent to those between British English and American English.
Lets Go Honduras - Ministry of Tourism - one small country, three wide worlds
Tegucigalpa - Capital City of Honduras - Alcaldia de Tegucigalpa
The name is derived from the amerindian "Tekut Xiuatl Pan" meaning 'Silver Mountain'. Tegucigalpa is also the capital of Honduras' Francisco Morazán Department.
Gracias a Dios
Islas de la Bahia
Bay Islands - Bay Island Tourism
The 3 Bay Islands, or Islas de la Bahía in Spanish, are an archipelago made up of Roatán, Útila and Guanaja found off Honduras' Caribbean coast.
Whether you're looking for the perfect vacation, searching for idyllic island real estate or simply looking to find
out more about the islands and its resorts, hotels and activities, you will find all the information right here in these pages.
Bay of Tela
A sleepy coastal town that is rapidly becoming a favorite vacation alternative, Tela has grown from being the
local headquarters of the Tela Railroad Co. into the premier beach vacation destination in mainland Honduras.
Its proximity to three national parks, to Garifuna villages and its outstanding beaches guarantee a sustained
growth in the tourism industry for years to come. Its geographical location, between the cities of San Pedro Sula and La Ceiba make it very accesible for both, day tours as well as extended stays.
Many tourists come to Copán, visit the ruins, and take off again. But Copán has so much more to offer.
Absolutely free, relaxing, and entertaining: just hanging around. The Copanecos have mastered the art of hanging around.
Raotan Island - perla de las islas
"The world had become so small, despite my endless wandering. Finally I found, in a lost corner of the
Caribbean, the perfect place to weigh anchor. Roatan off the coast of Honduras, a sublime island paradise
unfolded before me, from a fine white sandy beach that stretched out before the red setting sun, to the
exquisite diving and snorkeling so close to shore. I set about designing the perfect, intimate tropical beach resort."
Santa Rosa de Copan
Nestled in the mountains of western Honduras, Santa Rosa de Copán offers a agreeable change from tourist
traps and scorching cities. Its cool mountain climate, fine colonial architecture with narrow cobbled streets,
and a reputation for friendliness combine to make Santa Rosa de Copán one of the region's most pleasant places to visit.
Magazine - Honduras This Week - weekly online
News from Honduras - El Heraldo
News - La Prensa
Press - La Tribuna
Radio from Honduras - Radio América [ hn ]
Resumen de Noticias
Cuisine - Honduran Cooking recipes
Tortillas are popular in Honduras, with many varieties (including tortillas con quesillo, tortillas filled with melted
cheese) available. Baleadas are tortillas filled with meat, beans and Honduran cheese, which is certainly different to English or US cheeses.
History of Honduras
Independence: 15 September 1821 (from Spain)
Honduras's History - Wikipedia
Pre-Colombian times in Honduras, Spanish period, Independence Honduras, From Military to Civilian Rule [
Suazo, Reina, Flores, Maduro ]
Maya Civilization - about the pre-Columbian Maya civilization
The Maya are people of southern Mexico and northern Central America (Guatemala, Belize, western Honduras, and El Salvador) with some 3,000 years of history.
Music, Arts & Culture, Events
Culture of Honduras
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