The most visited destination in the country is Roatan Honduras. But where is Roatan, how do you get there, and what is it that attracts visitors? Roatan Honduras is one of the Bay Islands of Honduras. This is a small archipelago that consists of 7 islands and many smaller cays.
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.
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.
If you do visit or stay downtown, you will need to find a place to eat. You will find a variety of downtown restaurants in San Pedro Sula. These of course include all the franchises, such as Pizza Hut, McDonalds, Burger King, Wendy’s etc. However, if interested in a local experience, here are my recommendations for you.
I must confess, I am not a seafood eater. I am not adventuresome when it comes to food. But this past week while in Trujillo I visited a beachfront restaurant on the bay, I could not help myself from noticing that the menu offered a surf and turf burger! I was at the Nautico restaurant […]
Did you know that there was a Bay Islands flag? If you answer is no, do not worry, I did not know either! This week I was in Utila and stopped by the Buccaneer bar and grill for lunch before taking the Utila Dream ferry back to La Ceiba. There were several new items in the décor, and one stuck out. A Union Jack flag with a weird coat of arms in the middle of it.
I have always loved the Portal del Angel, which is the first and original Boutique Hotel in Tegucigalpa. But despite my liking of the property, I had never stayed there. Tegucigalpa can be a chaotic city, so finding a unique place to relax and get away from the rat race is always a goal.
Because of miss conceptions about safety in Honduras, many of the more conservative flashpackers traveling through Central America traditionally skipped Honduras. However, there are now even more serious concerns about Nicaragua.