Yes, there is now a hotel that offers facilities for guests with limited lower extremity mobility in Roatan! The Richardson Serenity Villa in Roatan is now open and features 10 rooms. Of these, four rooms take into consideration the Americans with Disabilities Act standards.
Top places to visit and discover in Honduras
It has been three days, since the Pico Bonito mysterious steam clouds were first seen. At first we all thought that it was a fire in the jungle clad mountains just north of La Ceiba in Honduras. However it is now clear that this is not the case. One thing is clear to eyesight: the fumaroles are not coming from Pico Bonito peak. But rather from an area East of the peak within Pico Bonito National Park.
WestJet, a Canadian air carrier based in Calgary, Alberta announced yesterday that they will begin a flight to Roatan Honduras! The service is scheduled to commence this December and will operate once a week on Sundays. The route is from Toronto to Roatan and according to the preliminary schedule, will be landing in Roatan RTB airport at 1:11 pm.
Plaza Morazan in Tegucigalpa is one of my favorite spots in the capital city! There is so much to see there and in the nearby blocks. Of course, for most city dwellers from Tegus, it is a hassle to go downtown, traffic, noise, people… But there is so much to see that it is well worth the time to visit.
The Plaza San Martin Hotel District in Tegucigalpa has several different hotels that sit next to each other. The largest convention centers in Tegucigalpa are within the district. Best of all, the area has a small park and there are various establishments, from café´s serving gourmet coffee to microbreweries.
After being closed for a few years, due to the lack of tourism, the End of the World Resort in Guanaja is open again! The resort is a small beach front property that offers full dive facilities. However, it is much more that a dive resort! The End of the World Resort in Guanaja is on one of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean.
Here I go again, you will ask, how can Tegucigalpa be the Central American Capital City with the most Colonial Heritage? Heck it was not even the capital of the province of Honduras during colonial times! Yet, as it turns out, today, most of the capitals of the Central American countries where not the most important city of the province during colonial times.
Last week I was in Omoa attending a tourism related meeting with the board of directors of Canaturh. Canaturh is the National Chamber of Tourism of Honduras. I was there representing the Chamber to Tourism of La Ceiba. The meeting took place at the River Park Hotel and Park next to the Tulian river in […]
This massive fortress was built during colonial times to defend the Spanish commercial fleet in the Gulf of Honduras. King Ferdinand VI of Spain gave instructions to build the fortress. Construction took place between 1768 and 1775. This is without doubt the most important colonial military building in Central America and is in very good condition
The Rawacala Eco Park in Omoa offers the perfect setting to explore and enjoy the tropical jungles in Honduras. You will find it tucked into the Sierra Omoa Mountains just south of the community of Paraiso in Omoa.