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Republic of Honduras President: Juan Orlando Hernández (2014) Land area: 43,201 sq mi (111,891 sq km); total area: 43,278 sq mi (112,090 sq km) …

Tourism a priority in Honduras

Tourism a priority in Honduras

For those who know Honduras, one thing they understand very clearly is that it is a …

Travel Honduras With Ease

At times,  traveling within Honduras, as with other Central American countries,  can be frustrating.   Airlines and buses change…

Honduras Hosts the Latin American Businesses Council

Today Honduras hosts the Latin-American Businesses Council (CEAL) summit. Businessmen from 16 countries — alongside presidents, ex-presidents, and experts…

United States and Honduras Extend Memorandum of Understanding to Protect the Cultural Heritage of Honduras

The Department of State is pleased to announce the extension and amendment of the Memorandum of Understanding Between the…

Honduras still benefiting from the DC3

Honduras still benefiting from the DC3A fusion of old and new technology is making the seas off the coast of Honduras safer and more secure, thanks to work being done by members of the Naval Oceanographic Office (NAVO), currently working out of a location at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras. Each morning, a Basler BT-67 aircraft lifts off from the […]…

The Honduras National Bird – Wishing our Honduras.com Audience a Happy Valentines Day

The Honduras National Bird – Wishing our Honduras.com Audience a Happy Valentines Day

Honduras national bird is the red or scarlet guara (Macaw), under a decree established in 1993. Here they are wishing all our audience a Happy Valentines Day ! The Guara…

Honduras is a Paradise for Birdwatchers

Honduras is a Paradise for Birdwatchers

LA CEIBA, Honduras – Pico Bonito National Park and its chain of mountains have become ideal for birdwatching in northern Honduras. Reaching a height of 2,435 meters above sea level…

Honduras’ Air Travel Capacity Grows

Honduras’ Air Travel Capacity Grows

Located in Central America, Honduras borders Guatemala to the west, El Salvador to the southwest, Nicaragua to the southeast, the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Fonseca to the south, and the Gulf of Honduras to the North. The country, which was a part of the Spanish empire, has an estimated population of 8.2 million. […]

New State of the Art Hospital to be built on Roatan Bay Island in Honduras by CEMESA

New State of the Art Hospital to be built on Roatan Bay Island in Honduras by CEMESA

With the aim of providing better health care to the Bay Islands of Roatan, Guanaja and Utila as well as Cayos Cochinos, CEMESA will begin construction of a brand new state of the art Hospital in Roatan Honduras beginning in March of 2014. Dr. José Samara one of the many recognized physicians of the CEMESA hospital […]

Honduras First in Flight! The UNAH to offer Aeronautical Science Degree

Honduras First in Flight! The UNAH to offer Aeronautical Science Degree

The National Autonomous University of Honduras (UNAH), will begin to offer a degree in Aeronautical Science managed by the Faculty of by the Space and Sciences department ( Facultad de Ciencias Espaciales) (FACES). These classes will allow students earn degrees as licensed airplane pilots, air traffic controllers and / or Flight dispatchers. The first in Central […]

The first Honduras Zone for Employment and Economic Development (ZEDE) will be in Choluteca

The first Honduras Zone for Employment and Economic Development (ZEDE) will be in Choluteca

Ebal Diaz, advisor to President Juan Orlando Hernández, has announced that the launch of the first Zone for Employment and Economic Development (ZEDE) will be in southern Honduras. Diaz, who is also part of the newly appointed Best Practices Commission, reported that the investment project will be carried out in several municipalities of the department […]

Rastrajon – Copan Ruinas – Honduras

Rastrajon – Copan Ruinas – Honduras

COPÁN, Honduras — On a steamy afternoon in late August, a blue helicopter flashed over Copán, Honduras, carrying the country’s vice president to the official opening of an archaeological site, the product of a collaborative effort to protect the area’s treasured Maya heritage. The site, Rastrojón, sits atop a hill at the eastern edge of […]

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