A Beach Lovers Guide to Honduras

Honduras has a wide variety of activities for travellers to experience, making it one of the more popular destinations to visit in Central America. Activities range from hiking, bird watching, hiking through mayan temples, strolling in colonial towns, and most popularly, visiting the wide variety of beaches in the Honduran

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West End, Roatan

If the heart of the Bay Islands is Roatan, then that heart beat is felt strongest in West End. With flights from mainland Honduras arriving almost every hour it is a breeze to travel to Roatan’s West End. Located about nine kilometers from the airport West End is just a

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Utila: One Man’s Memories

On August 4, 2003, I completed that most dreaded of required skills, a complete underwater equipment exchange, the last skill left in my certification as PADI Dive Master No. 209742. The stressful feat was accomplished on the sandy bottom under the boat dock of the Utila Dive Centre. Here’s the

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Mayan Ruins of Copan

Honduras has a variety of attractions to offer travelers, and one of the main attractions is the remains of the ancient Mayan city of Copan. The mayas are thought to have arrived in Honduras as early as 1000 BC settling in North Western Honduras on the beautiful plains of the

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Mini-Guide to San Pedro Sula

Located in the north of Honduras on the edges of the fertile Sula Valley, San Pedro Sula is Honduras’ second largest city with approximately 800,000 citizens. It is the business and commerce capital of the country and home to a modern airport, which is serviced by International Airlines. Here is

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Coral Cay Conservation Project Bay Islands

Coral Cay Conservation (CCC) is a non-profit organization at the cutting edge of ecotourism that sends teams of volunteers to survey some of the world’s most endangered coral reefs and forests. Their mission is to ‘provide resources to alleviate poverty through the protection, restoration and management of coral reefs and tropical

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Mini-Guide to Tegucigalpa

Tegucigalpa is the capital of Honduras, it is located in the southern part, in the province of Francisco Morazán. It is a city of contrasts and great history. The elevation is around 3,000 feet while the population is around one million as of May 2001. We'll tell you everything you

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Roatan in the News

Located in the Bay Islands of Honduras, Roatan has remained the hidden jewel of the Caribbean for many years. In recent years though more and more divers, travelers, retirees and families are discovering the wonders and treasures of Roatan in part due to a variety of international press which rates

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How far away is it?

Roatan is only 28 miles long and 3 miles wide but that is in a straight line. Many people have asked what the ‘real’ distance is between locations, but it’s hard to tell since Roatan’s winding roadways add miles, so we decided to create an unofficial aproximation using our own

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