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Honduras Custom Travel Planners

Try one of these Honduras custom travel planners to create the trip of your dreams.

Honduras Custom Travel Planner: John Montgomery: Landed Travel
Phone: 801-582-2100
Email: john@landedtravel.com
Website: Landed Travel

Honduras Custom Travel Planner: Becky Harris (2012): ViaVenture
Phone: 502 5778-4801
Email: Info@viaventure.com
Website: ViaVenture


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    Honduras Top Travel Ideas

    Ideas for working with your Honduras Custom Tour Planner

    Try some of these great ideas to start your conversation with one of the travel experts listed below.

    1—Dive in the spectacular coral reef off the coast of Honduras.

    2—Go rafting on the Cangrejal River in Bonito National Park.

    3—Hike to the Pulhapanzak Waterfall.

    4—Spend the day on a remote island.

    5—See capuchin monkeys in their native rainforest habitat.

    6—Explore the details of the Copan Ruins.

    7—Watch bottlenose dolphins frolic in the sea.

    8—Learn about your favorite beverage at a coffee farm.

    9—Lay on the beach at Roatan.

    10—Shop for unique souvenirs.

    General Information

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    Tegucigalpa (TCU)

    Honduras Tourism Website Information

    Honduras Travel

    Pretty website but there are some glitches. Some pages revert to Spanish text even if you are on the English site.  Also, it’s not clear the providence of the site.  There is reference to the official tourism agency, but most of the links go directly to commercial offerings.

    From the website:

    “Copan: It’s a collection of monuments of extraordinary individual value and a monument in itself (World Cultural Heritage, UNESCO). The richness, style and finishes of its sculptures and architecture are unique among the Mayan sites discovered. This political and ceremonial center, capital of the city-state of Copan, ruled the southern border of Mayan civilization, and reached 21,000 inhabitants, including some non-Mayan peoples, between the 5th and 9th centuries.”


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