- 1Honduras3 reviews
The best sun set!!.
- 2Honduras8 reviews
A quaint island village with shopping, dive shops and great restaurants. Accessible by taxi or even water taxi from Infinity Bay.
- 3Honduras24 reviews
This is a lovely little island. The people were really nice. The beaches awesome. Mahogany Bay was spectacular. The shops were great. Did more shopping than i should have. Loved the lazy days on the sand most relaxing. The food was awesome. Enjoyed the Caribbean music
- 4Honduras2 reviews
Paraiso completo. Aguas cristalinas, tranquilas especiales para rralizar actividades acuáticas. La mejor playa de Roatan.
- 5Honduras4 reviews
Utila is one of the leading dive meccas in the world, and is considered one of the cheapest places to get certified. The tiniest of the Bay Islands, Utila is home to a dozen dive shops and schools, whose instructors greet the twice-daily ferries to offer new visitors their services. Prices are very competitive and often bundled with accommodations. Utila ...
- 6Honduras4 reviews
mid size city nothing realy special but guesthauses and restaurantes, one of the startpoints to the bayislands
- 8Honduras6 reviews
Great beach to relax on. Easy to get to.
- 9Honduras1 review
- 10Honduras13 reviews
We had a 6 hour lay-over in this town so we didn't make it to the ruins, but it is a sleepy little Honduran town without much going on. Skip it, if you can. I hear the ruins are a less impressive version of Tikal, but still worth seeing if you have a serious interest in Mayan history.
- 11Honduras10 reviews
Beautiful city with a lot of things to do, beach (tela), castle ( omoa), and falls (pullhapanzaq). Dont forget to visit Guamilito (local market plenty of handcrafts) and taste some "baliadas".
- 12Honduras7 reviews
While there is a lot to see in Honduras, Tegucigalpa is not a place I would recommend spending a lot of time. It is a sleepy, mid sized Central American capital, without much of interest to offer the visitor. I would plan to head straight out to the coast or the rainforest.
- 13Honduras2 reviews
- 14Honduras2 reviews
I might be a bit biased about this place. Tela is where I think that I became irreversibly afflicted with the travel bug. I was 14 and it was my first time traveling without my family. I spent about half a day at a Garafuna village where I had my first fresh coconut and my first meal with a face ...
- 15Honduras1 review
- 16Honduras1 review
largest town on Roatan, seat of Roatan's government
- 17Honduras3 reviews
Charming colonial town , warm and laid-back lifestyle. is a must visit if you come to Honduras!
- 19Honduras2 reviews
Un Bonito recuerdo :)