Following is my list of outstanding activities and events in Honduras Tourism: the best of 2016.
The Perils of Toucan Alley, a dangerous reality in Honduras! Wow! What else can I say? Toucans here, toucans there, toucans are all over the place!
Palmerola Intenational Airport with its 2.4 km long runway will also allow become an important cargo facility. Currently, Toncontin Airport has many limitations, due to its short runway, and difficult approach. This is expected to make of this central area of Honduras an important logistical hub. This will result in increased infrastructure and development of the area.
Bonacca town is the largest community on the island of Guanaja. It is where the seat of the municipal government is, and was, until early on the morning of October 2, one of the most unique towns in the Caribbean and in Central America. Some people consider that Bonacca Town is the Venice of the […]
As of June 10, Congress approved a modification to the law that required that all persons, Hondurans, and foreigners entering the country had to provide a negative COVID 19 test taken within 72 hours of their arrival into Honduras. The new law states that if you are fully vaccinated you can now enter the country without the negative test.
The answer is easy if you ask any Honduran citizen! Christopher Columbus, that great seafaring adventurer who discovered America randomly arrived at the Honduras coast in August 1502. His first stop was at the Island of Guanaja. His second was in what today is the Bay of Trujillo. After claiming the land for the Spanish […]
The magnificent Cangrejal River was declared one of the 30 Wonders of Honduras back in 2011. It was the eighth most voted wonder at the time. The River meanders between Pico Bonito and Nombre de Dios National Parks. It offers the ideal setting for adventure and nature tourism activities. Many lodges and operators offer services in the area.
There have been two different events that had a big impact in the Golf alternatives in Honduras last year. The first was the Covid-19 pandemic, that pushed the country into a lockdown. The second were the back-to-back tropical storms ETA & IOTA. These storms caused heavy flooding in the Sula Valley.
Honduras celebrates 200 years as an independent country this year! I still remember when I had a chance to participate in the bicentennial celebration in 1976 in the USA. I am not a US citizen, but I was there for the US bicentennial as part of the tall ship parade up the Hudson River on July 4, 1976.