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Cities in Honduras

Cities in Honduras offer opportunities for business and trade, in addition to being popular vacation destinations. The capital of Honduras is the city of …

The Capital City of Honduras – Tegucigalpa

The Capital City of Honduras – Tegucigalpa

Tegucigalpa is the capital of Honduras, founded in 1536, with a gold and silver mining …

The Industrial Capital City of Honduras – San Pedro Sula

Located in the northern part of the country, San Pedro Sula is only a few miles from the coast…

La Ceiba – The Carnival City and Playground of Honduras

La Ceiba has fantastic options for nature lovers. Referred to as “the Capital of Ecotourism” in Honduras, it…

Santa Rosa de Copan Honduras

Santa Rosa de Copan Honduras General Information Located high in the mountains of western Honduras, it is the…

Tela Honduras

Tela HondurasTela is located about an hour and a half drive from San Pedro Sula from the east, or an hour and a half west from La Ceiba. It is considered one of the premier beaches in all of Honduras, and the debate is on between Trujillo and Tela as to which has the "best" beach. […]…

La Moskitia Exhilarating Rain Forest and true Explorer Territory!

La Moskitia Exhilarating Rain Forest and true Explorer Territory!

La Moskitia refers to the largest area of virgin tropical rain forest in the North American hemisphere. A good part of this area is in Honduras, and made up of…

Lago de Yojoa Honduras

Lago de Yojoa Honduras

Lake Yojoa (Lago de Yojoa) is the largest natural lake in Honduras. It is 95 feet deep, 4 miles wide, and 10 miles long. The lake sits at the base…

Puerto Cortes Honduras

Puerto Cortes Honduras

As the main seaport for the country of Honduras, Puerto Cortes is easily accessible; the port is located just 48 hours from Miami by ship. In a protected deep water bay, Puerto Cortes services the Atlantic Ocean, where a great deal of traffic transpires between the Honduran and Central American ports. With all the international […]

Gracias Honduras: Climb to the Top and you will see why it is named “Gracias”

Gracias Honduras: Climb to the Top and you will see why it is named “Gracias”

Gracias is the name of an old colonial town in the Lempira department of Western Honduras. Architectural attractions include the San Cristobal Fort, La Merced Church, and San Marcos Cathedral. Important events take place in Lempira Park or Lempira Plaza. In fact, many things in Gracias are named after this Honduran national hero, the Lenca […]

El Progreso – The city of “Progress” one of the fastest growing Metro Areas of Honduras

El Progreso – The city of “Progress” one of the fastest growing Metro Areas of Honduras

Get the most complete information and Go Beyond the Guide Book with facts, current weather, weather forecast, travel tips and real time news updates about El Progreso Honduras. El Progreso Yoro Honduras General Information El Progreso Facts East of San Pedro Sula is El Progreso. What started out as a small town, is now a […]

Santa Barbara Honduras

Santa Barbara Honduras

Santa Barabra Honduras General Information Just north of Lake Yojoa and west of San Pedro Sula, the department of Santa Barbara offers a series of picturesque views, including a variety of colonial towns with a rich cultural heritage. The capital of the department is the City of Santa Barbara an old colonial city. Because of […]

La Esperanza Honduras

La Esperanza Honduras

La Esperanza is a small town in Honduras easiest reached from Siguatepeque. La Esperanza’s being considered one of the coldest areas of Honduras is attributed to its high altitude. The Lenca residents add color to this mountain town with their traditional attire and handicrafts. As is typical in many outlying Honduran cities, attractions here include […]

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