Honduras is located in the heart of Central America, just a 2-3 hour flight from the United States. Its diverse landscape offers a multitude of activity options for visitors, from Caribbean white sand beaches and lush rain forests to rugged mountains and calm lakes.
Laid-back, low-profile Honduras is one of Central America's largely unknown tourist destinations. A recent proliferation of domestic flights has opened up the Bay Islands and the major cities of La Ceiba, Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula. Buses, taxis and dug-out canoes provide other transport options. The Maya city of Copan is a UNESCO-designated heritage site with a ball court, an Acropolis and a Hieroglyphic Stairway. Other sights include El Cusuco National Cloud Forest Park, home to quetzal birds.
Honduras is a tropical paradise attracting many tourists every year to its gorgeous islands, lush rainforests and picturesque mountains. With its immediate access to the world’s second largest barrier reef, Honduras presents some of the best diving and snorkeling opportunities in the Caribbean. What’s more, this beautiful country offers many attractions like ancient Mayan ruins, colonial villages and festive celebrations. From whitewater rafting to hiking and exotic wildlife viewing, there is no end to the fun and adventure here.
Near the historic town of Trujillo, home to the Banana Coast Cruise Terminal. Caribbean beachfront community features one of the largest private beaches you can find. The accommodation is air conditioned and features a TV. There is a seating and/or dining area in some units. There is also a kitchen, equipped with an oven. There is a private bathroom with a shower in every unit.
Near the historic town of Trujillo, home to the Banana Coast Cruise Terminal.
A topical paradise, surrounded by mountains, rivers and waterfalls. Gated & self-sustaining resort. Every room at this resort is air conditioned and is fitted with a flat-screen TV and DVD player. Every room is equipped with a private bathroom fitted with a shower.