Honduras - One week, two week itineraries

Honduras location

Central America


Land borders

El Salvador



Honduras at a glance

Lempira (HNL)




Average (3 of 5)

Level of costs

Shrinking (2 of 5)

Tourism trend change

Relative safe (50 / 100)

Safety index

Underdeveloped (62 / 100)

Human development index

Best itineraries

Things to do

I spent 2.5 weeks in Honduras a year ago and was lucky enough to help with building a home for an underprivileged family on a volu

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We ticked off those 10 things to do in Honduras in 1 month of travels. In chronological order, the towns and cities we visited were: ...

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It’s good to remember Honduras is the only country to touch the borders of four other countries in Central America. Also, it’s wor


see Honduras from above

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Eat & drink

Street Food – There’s tons of yummy, cheap street food in the West End too, so indulge! Don’t be scared by the BBQ’s on the side o

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Rice and beans, beans and rice with a side dish of refried beans and soured cream with EVERYTHING. ...

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One of the many interesting things about Honduras and it’s cuisine is that many of the dishes are influenced by the countries natural resources. ...

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Worth to visit

While you might be put off by the insulting and generic press about Honduran life, you’ll find a trip here allows you to experience: ...

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. and the North Pacific Ocean, Honduras, a Central American country, offers the perfect tropical backdrop for your next vacation.


10 Reasons to visit with Your Kids

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If you are more of a book person and would rather carry a physical guide with you while backpacking Honduras, we recommend Lonely

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The Garifuna gave us the Punta dance, the Mayans gave us magnificent architecture, and the Miskito gave us entrancing folktales pa

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Guanaja is one of the three islands that makes up the Bay Islands Department, and is the most north-easterly of the islands. It is


Best Places to Stay on Guanaja

2 thoughts on “Where to Stay in Guanaja, Honduras”

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Follow the boardwalk at the end of the beach to this West Bay landmark. Sit upstairs with views over the water. Nightly visits by

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In addition to admiring the ruins, a visit to Copan archaeological site is rewarded with watching a flock of beautiful scarlet mac


street stalls

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