Honduras

HON

SMILE. YOU’VE LANDED IN HONDURAS.

 

 

Although Copan and Roatan are deservedly famous, Honduras is largely unknown to North American vacationers. This anonymity poses a great opportunity: the rare chance to visit astonishing destinations before they are “discovered” by the masses.

—— IMAGE GALLERY

Honduras map
CAPITAL  TEGUCIGALPA

LANGUAGE  SPANISH

CURRENCY  HONDURAN LEMPIRA

READ  JUNGLELAND BY CHRISTOPHER STEWART

TASTE  TOSTONES

SIP  LICUADOS

EXPERIENCE  SUNSET OVER THE COPAN RIVER

 What does Honduras have to offer? All that most travelers are looking for when they imagine a Central American vacation: ancient cities, charming colonial towns, cloud forests, and powdery beaches with turquoise waters.

Bay Island Roatan Flats fishing

Adventure activities, exotic wildlife watching, welcoming residents and a growing collection of boutique hotels help complete this rare picture.

Copan Honduras

Honduras is an excellent choice for both families and honeymooners. Most of our clients visit at least three destinations—a feat aided by reliable regional flights. For those with more time, trips to Honduras can be combined with extensions to Guatemala, Costa Rica, and Belize.

Roatan beach at sunset Honduras

The best time to visit is during the December to May dry season. Honduras is served by three international airports, each offering direct flights to several cities in the United States.

Pico Bonito Orchid
“Joy shared is double joy.” – Honduran Proverb

LANDED provides personalized, custom travel within Central America, South America, and the Antarctic. We’ll create a unique itinerary plan tailored to your interests and dreams. Experience the trip of a lifetime. Speak with one of our expert travel planners today at 801.582.2100.

COMAYAGUA

COPAN

PICO BONITO

ROATAN

TEGUCIGALPA

THE CARIBBEAN COAST

THE LENCA TRAIL

TRAVEL
GUIDES

MACHU PICCHU

Machu Picchu is a city of gods. In the same breath, it bears witness to the power of the human imagination. Towering amongst the clouds, suspended between the Amazon and Andes, each rock seems hitched to the moon, sun, and stars.