The answer is no. But then why then why do the different countries in the world issue travel warnings that say it is? It is true that back at the beginning of the decade (2010) Honduras was dangerous. But the safety situation has changed for the better. The current government has been quite successful in […]
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As 2019 begins, we all have new years resolutions. I believe that one the most important New Years resolutions you can make is to travel. To help you make your 2019 Honduras Travel plans easier, I have put together a list of the towns that you should visit during 2019.
Looking for an authentic Honduras experience? Many travelers are searching for authentic experiences versus just visiting a site. A full, authentic experience will allow you develop empathy with the local communities. You will experience the lifestyle and daily activities that make out the everyday life of your hosts.
More and more, when in Honduras you hear about the Lenca Ethnic group. But who are the Lenca people? Where do they live? How many of them are there? As you probably already know, there is a region in Western Honduras we call the Lenca Route or Lenca Trail. As far as tourism in concerned, […]
These days, everybody wants to check a travel advisory or warning before they start planning their trips. There are no safe countries or dangerous countries to travel to. More that ever before, relying on your “common sense” is vital! Many travelers forget to pack that common sense with them before leaving on a vacation. This can be a dangerous mistake!
These last days I have been enjoying absolutely perfect weather in Honduras. When I got up yesterday morning, I decided I had to write a post about how the best time of the year to visit Honduras is now. We have had cool sunny days that are ideal for hiking, diving and exploring.
San Pedro Sula has a new property that is ideal for the business person that is looking for a hotel. I am talking about the new Hyatt Place Hotel in San Pedro Sula. The property is set in the heart of the “zona viva” in this bustling modern city.
In 1860, a group of Islanders requested the assistance of William Walker to help them resist the transfer of the Bay Islands from the UK to Honduras. They told him that the islanders would support him in resistance against becoming part of Honduras. Walker readily agreed and rounded up a group of mercenaries to accompany his new adventure.
I recently wrote a post regarding the Bay Islands Colonial Flag. My friend, Dr. John from Utila brought to my attention that the flag had elements that are also found in the flag of the colonial flag of British Honduras. Thus, I have been doing some research and here is what I have found. The […]
Most travelers and would be visitors imagine San Pedro Sula to be a dirty, unsafe third world country city. Few do research beyond the “murder capital of the World” title that it unjustly has. But, how is San Pedro Sula? I can rightfully state that yes, the tag “San Pedro Sula modern and clean” applies well to this city.