Over 12 centuries ago, the Copan Valley was inhabited by the great Maya Civilization. For them, this was the Sacred Valley of Scarlet Macaws. A nearby hill was named Macaw Mountain. The magnificent ball court in the center of the Acropolis still has the 6 markers resembling macaws.
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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.
If you decide to visit Honduras, you will certainly want to find the top 10 lodges in Honduras you must stay in. This is not necessarily easy; this is why we have put together a list of the lodges in Honduras that you should not miss while traveling throughout the country.
Hedman Alas and Viana have temporarily suspended their service to La Ceiba. We hope that they will soon re open the route. This is the purpose of this Travel Update. To provide you with a few alternatives that will help you travel between San Pedro Sula and La Ceiba.
Easter Week 2019 in Honduras is coming up and it is the busiest holiday season. Because of this, it is always important to plan ahead of your trip and make sure that you have all the proper reservations. One thing is for sure. Everyplace outside the big cities will be full!
Yes, there are two different faces to Roatan! This week I had a chance to visit the island. I spent most of the day in Roatan’s East End. I enjoyed the pristine beaches, the laid-back resorts and the tropical nature. As the day was ending, and just a bit before sunset, I made it to the eclectic West End Village. Here, I saw the other different face that Roatan has to offer!
A new highway between Juticalpa and Bonito Oriental now allows you to travel from Trujillo to Olancho route and on to Tegucigalpa. This makes it a heck of a lot more interesting for backpackers and adventurers who are looking for a route to get to know more of Honduras.
Olanchito is quite close to home. I live on the old dirt road between La Ceiba and Olanchito. On this road I am only 50 km from Olanchito. However, the road, that locals call “La Culebra” is no longer open. This dirt road was the connection between the two largest production centers of the Standard […]
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 […]
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.