About Honduras

The Bay Islands of Honduras are part of the second largest barrier reef in the world, the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef. The Bay Islands are not only a fantastic dive destination but has also become very popular among backpackers and independent travelers. With coral reefs, rainforests and Mayan ruins, there is much to explore.


Embarking on a journey to Honduras is an exploration of a Central American gem, where diverse landscapes, Mayan ruins, and vibrant cultures converge to create a captivating adventure. The lush rainforests of La Mosquitia, home to the indigenous Miskito people, provide an opportunity for eco-adventures and encounters with unique wildlife. The archaeological wonders of Copán, with its intricately carved Mayan stelae and hieroglyphic stairway, offer a glimpse into the ancient civilizations that once thrived in this region.

Roatán and the Bay Islands, surrounded by the turquoise waters of the Caribbean, beckon with coral reefs teeming with marine life, making them a haven for snorkelers and divers. The colonial charm of Comayagua and Gracias, with their well-preserved architecture and cobblestone streets, invites exploration of Honduras’ rich history.

Honduras’ commitment to sustainable tourism and community-based initiatives ensures that every journey contributes to the preservation of its natural wonders and the well-being of its people. Whether exploring ancient ruins, diving in pristine waters, or immersing in the vibrant local culture, a trip to Honduras promises an authentic and enriching Central American experience.