By: Cody Konrade
Its in South America,
Imports:Synthetic staple Fiber Yarn, Packaged Medicaments, and Delivery Trucks
Exports:Coffee, Knit T-shirts, Knit Sweaters, Insulated wire, and Petroleum Gas
Electricity:Honduras has 110-volt electricity
National Anthem:Himno Nacional de Honduras
Exchange Rate:1.00 USD=21.0846 HNL
Costs of things:Milk $1.10, Loaf of Bread $1.35, and Apples (1kg) $3.23
Religions:Roman Catholic 86,7%; Protestant 10,5%; other 2,8%
Six different Amerindian groups were counted at the 2001 census:
- the Lenca (279,507 in 2001;4.6% of the total population) living in the La Paz, Intibucá, and Lempira departments;
- the Miskito (51,607 in 2001; 0.8%) living on the northeast coast along the border with Nicaragua.
- the Ch'orti' (34,453 in 2001;0.6% of the total population), a Mayan group living in the northwest on the border with Guatemala;
- the Tolupan (also called Jicaque, "Xicaque", or Tol; 9,617 in 2001; 0.2% of the total population), living in the department of Yoro and in the reserve of the Montaña de la Flor and parts of the department of Yoro;
- the Pech or Paya Indians (3,848 in 2001; 0.1% of the total population) living in a small area in the Olancho department;
- the Sumo or Tawahka (2,463 in 2001; <0.1%)
Languages:Spanish and English
The best time to travel to Honduras is December to April, mid-June to August.
What shots you need:vaccines include measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine, diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis vaccine, varicella (chickenpox) vaccine, polio vaccine, and your yearly flu shot. You get them at the clinic.
Passport:All U.S. citizens must have a valid U.S. passport to enter and depart Honduras. A visa is not required, but tourists must provide proof of return or onward travel. Courthouse is where you get them.
Natural hazards:frequent, but generally mild, earthquakes; extremely susceptible to damaging hurricanes and floods along the Caribbean coast.
Full country name: Republic of Honduras
Area:u.s is way bigger
Population: 7.936 million
Time difference:One hour behind KS
Foods:The basic style is made of a flour tortilla which is folded and filled with refried beans, quesillo or cheese and sour cream.
Climate: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).
Life expectancy:Male 71.9 female 76.2
Per Capita Income:Income level Lower middle income GDP (current US$) $18.55
billion 2013, Population (Total) 8.098 million 2013