Things to Do & Attractions in Honduras

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Bay Island Underwater Museum

Thanks to the world’s second largest coral reef system, Roatan, Honduras’ underwater adventures are of international acclaim. The Mesoamerican Reef System ...  Read more

Carambola Botanical Gardens and Trails

Great trees, great paths, great scenery – Roatan’s Carambola Botanical Gardens and Trails offer it all. The beach is undoubtedly Roatan’s most obvious ...  Read more

Casa K'inich

This small interactive Mayan Children’s Museum is a worthwhile visit for families, though opening hours can be more of a guide than a reality. It contains ...  Read more

El Picacho

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

El Picacho Mountain, located within the relatively new Parque Naciones Unidas El Picacho, is famous for the 65-foot (20-meter) tall statue of Christ the ...  Read more

Gumbalimba Park

Another jungle retreat on the beautiful island of Roatan, the Gumbalimba Park offers guests a personal experience with the creatures of the wild. This ...  Read more

Lancetilla Botanical Garden

Located near the town of Tela on the Caribbean coast of Honduras, Lancetilla Botanical Gardenhas a history dating back to 1925, when it was founded by the ...  Read more

Las Sepulturas

This fascinating archaeological site provides insight into how the ruling families lived in the heyday of the Maya people. It also explains how long periods of ...  Read more

La Tigra National Park

La Tigra National Park, also known as Parque Nacional La Tigra in Spanish, is the oldest national park in Honduras. It is named after the female puma, which ...  Read more

Macaw Mountain Bird Park

This attractively designed and well-run park grew out of a mission by a couple of American expatriates to care for stressed-out birds that had been mistreated ...  Read more

Maya Archaeology Museum (Museo de Arqueologia Maya)

The small Museo Regional de Arqueologia Maya in the heart of town feels as musty as its 1970s building and most descriptions are in Spanish only, but it does ...  Read more

Mayan Ruins of Copan

4.5 star rating: Recommended 3 Reviews

Guides like to say that Tikal was the New York City of its time, while Copan was its Paris. Full of artists and intellectuals for hundreds of years, Copan was ...  Read more

Miami Garifuna Village

The Garifuna are groups of indigenous people who live along the coast of Honduras. Among the most accessible Garifuna villages is Miami, within the Punta Sal ...  Read more

Museum for National Identity

Located in the heart of Tegucigalpa’s historical center, the Museum for National Identity summarizes the nation’s historical and cultural identity through its ...  Read more

Oak Ridge

Where the island meets the bay, you’ll find Oak Ridge. This beautiful little neighborhood lies on the southern end of the island just east of French Harbour. A ...  Read more

Río Plátano Biosphere Reserve

Designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1982, the Río Plátano Biosphere Reserve protects one of the last areas of tropical rainforest in Central ...  Read more

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