Otros

Trujillo Church
Trujillo

Away from the traditional tourist routes, on a deep bay with some of the most beautiful beaches of mainland Honduras, Trujillo awaits you, wrapped in the natural beauty of the Guaymoreto Lagoon and the green peaks of Capiro and Calentura.It has a...

Lenca women, Intibuca
La Esperanza

People will tell you to take a jacket when you visit La Esperanza. At 1,700 m / 5,600 ft., it is the highest city in the country, with a year-round climate between warm and cold, ideal for cool-weather crops like blackberries, strawberries, peaches...

Petroglyphs in the Rio Platano
La Mosquitia

The most remote area of Honduras is also the most diverse in species and ethnic groups. The Miskito tribe gives its name to this region covering much of eastern Honduras and the Atlantic coast of Nicaragua. Three other ethnic groups live here: the...

Hanging Bridge over the Choluteca River
Choluteca

It is the city with the greatest historic and economic importance in southern Honduras. Other attractions include mangroves and beaches, plus a few culinary delights.Chorotega Indians came in 1000 A.D., calling it the "wide valley". And in the...

Isla del Tigre
Amapala

If you catch a motor boat on the pier at Coyolito, you arrive within 15 minutes to the only Central American island that has been the capital (during a presidential inauguration in 1876), a base for the pirate Drake in the 16th century and the main...

Campamento
Campamento y Santa Fe Beach

Punta Castilla are shielded from the open sea by the bay of Trujillo and thereby makes its clear waters more calm. Campamento, on the way to the Garifuna community of Santa Fe, is perhaps the most beautiful beach on the Caribbean coast of mainland...

Santa Bárbara Fortification
Santa Bárbara Fortification

The natural conditions of the Bay of Trujillo are ideal for establishing one of the best ports in the area. Punta Castilla´s barrier not only protects the bay from storms but also becomes a refuge of calm and deep waters.During the colonial period,...

 William Walker Grave
William Walker Grave

An American adventurer named William Walker decides to conquer part of Central America in the late 19th century. He organized troops and alliances with local politicians to form a provisional government in Nicaragua and aims to advance until the...

Cruise Ship Port
Cruise Ship Port

Banana Coast, with a cost of 20 million dollars, is the first cruise ship port on mainland Honduras, which started operations in 2012.It is a municipal public-private partnership project done in order to develop sustainable tourism in the area,...

Copan Ruinas and west Honduras

Santa Rosa de Copan
Santa Rosa de Copán

The western most major Honduran city joins colonial tradition with a modern desire to stand out on the map.See the historical legacy of its architecture while discovering its people, famous for talking faster and more smiles.Around an hour from the...

Gracias, Lempira
Gracias

From the roof of Honduras, chief Lempira of the Lencas defended his country in the 16th century. Today those mountains are the Celaque National Park and the Lempira is the currency of HondurasCelaque means "Box of Water" in the Lenca language, so...

Church San Manuel de Colohete
Colosuca Circuit

This is an association of municipalities in the center of Lempira that share common interests, pasts and futures. Gracias, La Campa, San Marcos de Caiquín, San Manuel de Colohete, San Sebastián de Colosuca and Belén form this group, with Lenca...

Fort San Cristóbal
Fort San Cristóbal

Fort San Cristóbal dominates the top of San Cristóbal´s hill, the city of Gracias and the neighboring valley. It was built following plans by President Juan Lindo in the second half of the 19th century to defend the city from invasions from armies...

The Center for the Arts and Heritage Tour
The Center for the Arts and Heritage Tour

The Center for the Arts and Heritage (CAP) is a participatory space that encourages and supports local artistic creativity and gives the public access to culture (performing, visual and musical arts, film, literature, radio and audiovisual).It is on...

View of Santa Rosa de Copan
Santa Rosa de Copán Historic Quarter

Santa Rosa is a colonial city, founded in the 18th century under the name of "Los Llanos". It is a major production point of western Honduras, of corn and beans, but mostly tobacco. In the early 19th century it becomes a municipality and adopts the...

Iglesia La Merced
Gracias Historic Quarter

In this colonial city from the mid-16th century, go walk through streets full of history and secrets, in weather between warm to cold, enjoying the colors of its sunset or enjoying the local cuisine. Gracias was very important in the early years of...

Coffee Tou
Coffee Tour at Finca Santa Isabel

Just 30 minutes from Copán Ruinas, Santa Isabel Farm is home to one of the best high altitude coffees in the country, the "Café Welchez" brand. Its doors are opened to show how their coffee is shade cultivated in a sustainable and organic manner,...

Paisaje de Belén Gualcho
Belén Gualcho

This municipality in the department of Ocotepeque borders on the municipalities of Gracias, Lempira and Corquín, Copan. It was originally founded with the name "Curicunque." which Gualcho means "House of the Oaks."You get to...

Catholic Church, San Manuel Colohete
San Manuel Colohete

About 35 km/22 mi from the city of Gracias, San Manuel Colohete is the county seat of 9 villages and 110 hamlets, in which just under 12,000 people live. The word Colohete in its name means "among scorpions" in the Nahuatl language.In pre-Hispanic...

Archaeological Park Río Amarillo
Río Amarillo Archaeological Park

There are more than 50 structures organized in a series of plazas, courtyards and terraces covering about 9 acres of land.It takes its name from the valley in which it is located, about 18 km/11 mi northwest of the Copán Archaeological Park. This...

Landscape San Marcos de Caiquin
San Marcos de Caiquín

Also part of the Lenca chiefdoms that resisted the arrival of Spanish conquerors, this county has 5,000 inhabitants located in 7 villages and more than 50 hamlets living within the area with the highest concentration of indigenous peoples in the...

Fort Cabañas and Casa K'inich
Fort Cabañas and Casa K'inich

Fort Cabañas is a military building built in1940 and named in honor of General José Trinidad Cabañas, destined for use of Honduran armies stationed in Copán Ruinas in order to safeguard the western borders.And since 2002, it has housed the Casa K'...

Church San Sebastian
San Sebastián

This community was established around estates from 16th century that were governed by Spanish colonizers. Its Catholic Church, of the Baroque style, was built between 1750 and 1800 by the Order of Mercederarians. It reflects, like the rest of...

Cigar box from the Fabric Flor de Copan
Tobacco Tour

Copán is one of the world's top producers of tobacco. This unique and interesting tour is a trip through the Flor de Copán cigar factory, where you will see how tobacco is processed into cigars. You see the arrival of the leaves and the start of the...

Casa Galeano
Casa Galeano

This museum and botanical garden located at the heart of Gracias is a well-preserved colonial structure with beautiful mural paintings, work of the teacher Alberto Galeano Trejo and has a small museum with colonial artifacts and Lenca handicrafts....

Tegucigalpa

Manuel Bonilla Theatre
Tegucigalpa

This city of more than 435 years, the capital of Honduras since 1880, evolves even more rapidly this century. Together with Comayagüela, its twin city, it spreads out among the mountains surrounding the original town center, where it was founded as...

Parque Central de Valle de Angeles - Central Park Valle de Angeles
Valle de Ángeles

The moist green cloud forest of La Tigra National Park, the rural and international flavors, the art and handcrafts are enough reasons for you to visit this municipality with a town of the same name, about 30 km/ 18 mi. northeast of Tegucigalpa.If...

Cathedral of Comayagua
Comayagua

The most colonial city of Honduras awaits you in central Honduras. Comayagua was the capital for a long time:  during the Spanish colonial period, the Central American Federation, as part of the Mexican Empire and of the independent republic...

The Alleys of Yuscaran
Yuscarán

In "The Place of the Flower House" (the original meaning of Yuscarán) you can take a nice walk through narrow cobbled streets, laid out in the clutter that happens as mining towns grow.The church, the city hall, the mine entrances and facilities and...

Santa Lucia
Santa Lucia

The charm of the colonial mining towns around Tegucigalpa shows up quite strongly in picturesque Santa Lucia: its history, architecture and religious art and its unusual shape for a Spanish village add to the nature you can see from any point, being...

Manuel Bonilla National theater
Museums and Galleries

The artistic and cultural activity in Tegucigalpa has been boosted in the last 15 years. In addition to the usual venues like Manuel Bonilla National Theatre and the National Gallery of Art, institution-galleries such as the Museum of the Honduran...

Ojojona
Ojojona

Rich in history, a mining past, its Lenca roots and artistic handcrafts are mixed in this picturesque village of whitewashed adobe houses, red tiled roofs and cobbled streets.San Juan de Ojojona is the typical colonial rural population, located 34...

Tutule Church in Marcala, La Paz.
Marcala and Yarumela

These are two locations in which Lenca culture predominates. Marcala, now a municipality in the department of La Paz, has been an area ideal for harvesting good coffee since the late 19th century. Since almost 10 years ago its producers have used...

Los Tablones, Danli
Danlí

Surrounded by hills of pines and near to fertile plains you will find the city of Danlí, in eastern Honduras. Tradition says it was a gigantic farm that two brothers bought from the Spanish Crown in the late 17th century. There are colonial...

Museum of Comayagua

At the building of the first Presidential House of Honduras, you can time travel through the Comayagua Valley- from prehistoric fossils of a megatherium (a giant sloth), snails and obsidian spear points; then the archaic period with cave paintings...

El Zamorano Pan-American Agricultural School
Zamorano

The president of the United Fruit Company instructs Wilson Poponeoe, creator of the Lancetilla Botanical Garden, to found an agricultural center for the Americas. Dr. Poponeoe travels through Central America looking for the right spot until, 1941,...

Catedral de la Inmaculada Concepción
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

Dedicated to the Immaculate Conception of Mary, the Cathedral of Comayagua is the largest and most important colonial church in Honduras. Its construction began in the late 16th century and it opened its doors in the early 18th (1711). Before...

Museum of the Honduran Man

You can visit its collection of paintings by Honduran artists, the antique religious ornaments or the Reina Sofía library, which specializes in art. Inside it operates the Miguel Angel Gomez Restoration Workshop, which has restored more than 400...

Galería de Arte Nacional
Tour for Tegucigalpa's Historic Quarters

Full of colonial history, and garnished with neoclassical architecture, you can travel to"El Centro" in any direction from Morazán Square or Central Park. Its main attraction is the Cathedral of San Miguel Arcangel from the eighteenth century, with...

Caxa Real
Caxa Real

This building was the Spanish Royal Treasury and Foundry in Comayagua during the early 18th century. After two earthquakes and two centuries, it has been restored with the support of the Spanish cooperation, being now a national monument and is...

Museo Santa Maria de los Angeles
Santa María de los Ángeles Museum

Would you like to find a place filled with valuable antiques that can open your eyes to the lifestyle and customs of the last two centuries in Honduras? The Museum, in addition to its art gallery, offers a collection of interesting objects, such as...

Cultural Center of Spain in Tegucigalpa (CCET)

The CCET is a good reference point if you want to get to know Honduran cultural life. This is one of the Cultural Centers in the Americas of the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation for Development. Founded in 2007, this is more than a...

The Christ of El Picacho
The Christ of El Picacho

On top of Picacho Mountain to the north of downtown Tegucigalpa, stands the statue of Christ the Redeemer, 20 m/65 ft. tall on a 12 m/40 ft. base, a true icon of the city. A scenic overlook with a great view of Tegucigalpa and a park complex...

Galería Sixtina
Galería Sixtina

The Galería Sixtina is an art gallery personally served by the Honduran artist Julio Visquerra. It has an artistic environment unique in Valle de Angeles. It is located on Main Street across from the public school. The gallery is open Friday to...

Museum of National Identity
Museum for National Identity

One of the busiest museums in the country awaits you from Tuesday to Sunday with temporary exhibitions of renowned national and international artists, a permanent exhibition about the formation and history of Honduras and a virtual tour of the...

Interior Teatro Nacional Manuel Bonilla
Manuel Bonilla National Theater

The National Theatre, also known as the "House of Culture", is an interesting Renaissance-style building, with a pink stone, which is about to celebrate its 100th anniversary. The theater has been the focal point for the performing and...

Chiminike
Chiminike Interactive Learning Center

The Chiminike Interactive Learning Center, named after a frog in a folk song, is the first center of Honduras for nontraditional learning. Its games, exhibitions and interactive installations aim to motivate children's curiosity and are open 6 days...

 Clock and bell tower of the Cathedral- Comayagua
Clock and bell tower of the Cathedral

The clock of the cathedral of Comayagua, begins to mark time in the year 1100 in the Moorish palace of the Alhambra in Spain. After the reconquest of southern Spain from the Moors, King Philip III gives it to the town then named "Noble Saint Mary of...

San Pedro Sula

Empresa Nacional Portuaria
Puerto Cortés

The city with the most modern port in Central America was one of the first Spanish settlements in Honduras. Established in 1524 as VIlla de Puerto Caballos, Puerto Cortés is a city that has kept its serene pace of life as it has grown around its...

La Masca, Omoa
Omoa

The blue Caribbean waters turn inwards towards the Honduran coast, forming the lovely Bay of Omoa. The surf is calm here, with deeper waters and stunning sunsets that cannot be captured in the pictures you take. The San Fernando de Omoa Fort was...

Central Park of San Pedro Sula
San Pedro Sula

Some say that Central America has 7 countries, but 8 capitals. This Honduran capital of industry, commerce, events and transit tourists is the 8th capital. Since pre-Columbian times, this was an area for trading. Industry and immigrants are...

Jose Francisco theater Saybe
Cultural Activities

San Pedro Sula produces and sells like no other city in Honduras, but that does not mean that it neglects its cultural life. If you like theater, the Sampedrano Circle Theatre, with 45 years and 150 works of experience, is presented in the José...

Fortress of San Fernando de Omoa
San Fernando Fortress

The San Fernando Fortress goes up in the late 18th century, a few meters from the coast of Honduras to defend against attacks by pirates, buccaneers and privateers threatening the Caribbean at the time. Today the sea is several meters further away....

Sampedrano Circle Theatre

San Pedro Sula is the industrial and business capital of Honduras, but it does not neglect the cultural life of its citizens and visitors. If you like theater, you´ll be glad to know that the stage and the scenery of the Sampedrano Circle...

Museum of Nature

20 exhibitions halls are dedicated to the environment, natural resources and biology of Honduras, with a message focused on conservation and protecting the planet that is passed on to 35,000 visitors each year.It also has a large collection of...

Museum of Nature
Museum of Anthropology and History

This museum, located in the downtown, offers cultural and historical exhibits where you can get to know the origin and development of the individuals and people who shaped the identity of the Sula Valley, from ancient indigenous groups to modern...

National Port Company
National Port Company

You can take a guided tour- around two hours long- around the port facilities of the state company that controls the seaborne traffic of imports and exports of Puerto Cortés.Get to know from the inside the busiest port in the Atlantic coast of...

Atlantida

miami community
Tela

The port of Tela, the second most important city in the department of Atlántida, keeps under its Caribbean sunshine: a kingdom of adventures - on land or in the water - in its two national parks and its botanical garden, a thousand shades of blue...

Musicians in Corozal
Corozal

Corozal is a Garifuna village 11 Km/7 mi from La Ceiba- traveling east in the direction of Jutiapa- where you can discover and enjoy the living cultural heritage that the Garinagu people proudly conserve, following the tradition and customs of their...

Gafiruna Playing the Snail
Sambo Creek

If you were looking for the place with most Garifuna population in Honduras, then travel 20 minutes from La Ceiba (15 km/9 mi), heading east towards Trujillo, and you arrive at the village which also has the best dance groups in the area.If the best...

Tour to Farm Cayo
El Cayo Farm

El Cayo Farm, inside the protected area of Cuero y Salado, is a hidden natural area where the Zacate River meets the Caribbean. Sail to it by boat, canoe or kayak, through a maze of canals and mangroves, where you can watch local and migratory birds...

Elaboration of Casabe
Casabe Tour

People get to know each other best over food. The casabe tour takes you into a Garifuna kitchen to share one of the most basic food traditions of their unique culture.“Casabe” is a very thin and crispy food, a tasty unleavened round flatbread (made...

La Ensenada Beach
La Ensenada

It is a newly rediscovered area with a 3km/2mi of beach with calm waters. Among the attractions that surround it are Laguna Quemada and Mount Triunfo de la Cruz. You can quietly enjoy the sea of white sand and enjoy a variety of restaurants that...