By: Callyn and Autumn

Hondurasis a vibrant country, brimming with clear turquoise waters, pristine beaches, lush jungles, breathtaking mountains, challenging rivers, and fascinating ancient ruins. Located in Central America, Honduras is a tropical paradise attracting many tourists every year to its gorgeous islands. Generally mountainous, the country is marked by fertile plateaus, river valleys, and narrow coastal plains. The interior of the country is an exciting patchwork of mountains, jungles, and  cloud and pine forests crisscrossed by huge rivers. Though it’s not always the first to spring to mind when considering exotic  destinations, the country matches others in the region for its dedication to  wilderness protection, cultural preservation and continual progress


Honduras's climate is hot, very hot and tropical. the average overall temperature is 90 degrees especially on the Caribbean coast. The mountainous regions are a bit cooler. Rainfall is abundant from May to October. The climate is tropical with cooler, more temperate weather in the mountains with temperatures ranging from 16°C (61°F) to 20°C (68°F). The north coast is very hot with rain throughout the year, and though the offshore breezes temper the climate, the sun is very strong. The dry season is from November to April and the wet season runs from May to October. The temperatures along the Caribbean coast and island range from 24°C (75°F) to 34°C (93°F) and, in contrast to the mainland, the rainy season in the Bay Islands is from July to January, with the rainiest months being October through early January.

We have lovely hotels that you will simply enjoy while you are here in our lovely home! :)


In Honduras, we have beautiful, exotic, and bright painting that you'll love :]


Come and enjoy our delighted food. Your taste buds will bagging for more.   

Outdoor Recreation

Honduras presents some of the best diving and snorkeling opportunities in the Caribbean. What’s more, this beautiful country offers many attractions like ancient Mayan ruins, colonial villages and festive celebrations. From whitewater rafting to hiking and exotic wildlife viewing, there is no end to the fun and adventure here.

Historic Sites

During the week between Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday, the quiet colonial village of Comayagua bursts into a flurry of activity and color with its street carpet tradition. Made with layers of colored sawdust and other natural materials like rice and flower petals, the huge carpets are elaborately designed to depict Biblical figures and events leading up to the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The community then joins in a procession of reenacting the events of the crucifixion by walking on the carpets in costumes, carrying religious icons and reading from scripture. Even for non-religious visitors, the tradition is a must-do to see the artistic beauty of the carpets.


When you look at our lovely maps you will see every town beach and place in Honduras so ........HAVE FUN EXPLORING!!! :D :D


WE think you will absolutely enjoy our spectacular city mall when you come on down to our lovely home Honduras. :D


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