Experience Honduras, mysterious archaeological sites, amazing wildlife and stunning beaches.
Honduras is a vibrant and fascinating country. It’s also the second biggest and second most populous country in Central America, although not often visited. Honduras is best known for Copan, a well-preserved Mayan archaeological site, not far from the border with Guatemala. Copan was once one of the great centers of the Mayan civilization, and todays ruins are simply beautiful with impressive pre-Columbian art. Honduras also has great beaches along its coastlines and of the coast in the Bay Island, offering the chance to unwind and to snorkel among colourful corals. Get off the beaten track and explore the rainforest, home to abundant wildlife where you could witness kinkajous, snakes, frogs and more.
It is definitely a surprising destination!
When is the best time to travel to Honduras?
The climate in Honduras is tropical with a wet and dry season. The mountainous interior of Honduras is more temperate and cooler than the coast. In this region temperatures peak during the dry season between February and June. The rainy season hits the interior of the country between May and November.
Is it safe to travel to Honduras?
People need to exercise a high degree of caution in Honduras. More information on this website; https://www.safetravel.govt.nz/honduras
- Be very cautious in cities, especially San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa, which both have gang problems (though travelers are rarely targeted). Walking in the center in daytime is usually fine.
- Don’t show off your belongings, never walk alone or down side streets in unfamiliar areas, and always keep an eye out for people approaching you: daylight robbery in the street is common.
- Avoid travel at night, though always take a cab if you have to go out.
- Small towns are generally much safer than big cities. Watch yourself on the north coast, especially on the beach.
- It's best not to walk alone on city beaches in Tela or La Ceiba, by day or night
What power adaptor plug do I need in Honduras?
In Honduras the standard voltage is 110 V. The standard frequency is 60 Hz
Some of the main AttractionsBrowse All Tours
This site will take you back in time. It is one of the most important cities of the Mayan empire and a UNESCO World Heritage site. A not to be missed attraction.See Tour Here
A preserved underwater environment has left the Cayos Cochinos waters as the healthiest and most pristine marine life in the Bay Islands. Snorkel to admire beautiful corals and colourful fish.Features In This Tour
Cuero y Salado Wildlife Refuge
A mangrove forest wildlife refuge famous for its abundant wildlife and birding opportunities. Explore mangrove forests by kayak of skiff and look out for howler monkeys, and if you are lucky, manatees.Features In This Tour
Pico Bonito National Park
Rugged and isolated, Pico Bonito is home to cloud forests, dense jungle, and abundant wildlife that includes jaguars, armadillos, wild pigs, porcupines, river otters, white-faced monkeys, a great place for jungle trekking and wildlife.Features In This Tour
Roatán is the largest and most popular Bay Island. Just a 20 minute flight from La Ceiba on the mainland, it is popular for scuba diving, snorkelling and beautiful beaches.Contact Us
The Bay Islands
Once a mecca for pirates, the Bay Islands (Roatán, Utila, and Guanaja, plus several small cayes) are home to the English-speaking Garífuna people (descendants of African slaves and indigenous Caribs), fishing villages and white sandy beaches.Contact Us