Caribbean Tourism

Honduras

HONDURAS: USEFUL INFORMATION

TOURIST OFFICES In Honduras Honduras Tourist Board (Main) Colonia San Carlos Edificio Europa, 5to Piso, Avenida Ramon Cruz, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, 3261 Email: jme...@iht.hn Tel: +504 222 2124 Fax: +504 222 662 Website: http://www.letsgohonduras.com/ Honduran Tourism Institute Edificio Europa, Colonia San Carlos 5 Piso, Tegucigalpa Tel: +504 224002 or 383974...

HONDURAS: WHAT TO SEE AND DO

DINING Restaurants available - Local Fast Food. Gourmet. International Usual practice for tipping is 10 Dress code is casual on the north coast, central you may require a light jacket, street dress. NIGHTLIFE Entertainment includes: Discos. Theaters. Casinos. Dinner/Dances. Live music. Cinemas. SHOPPING Locally produced items available-Leather goods....

HONDURAS: COUNTRY PROFILE AND MAP

GEOGRAPHY Honduras is in Central America, and comprises an area of 112,492 sq km (42,000 sq miles). The highest point reaches 2,400 m. Honduras shares borders in the southeast with Nicaragua, and in the west with El Salvador and Guatemala. To the north is the Caribbean sea and a coastline 880 km in length. The south coast in the Gulf of Fonseca (Pacific...

HONDURAS: MONEY/ BUSINESS GUIDE

BANKS Bamer. Bancahorro. Banco Atlantida. Banco capital Banco de Exportacion. Banco De Honduras. Banco del Cafe. Banco del Pais. Banco de la Produccion. Banco de Lloyds. Banco Ficohsa. Bancorp. Bancrehcer. Banffaa. Banco Sogerin BANKING HOURS Monday to Friday 0900-1600. Some until 1800. Saturday 0900-1200. BUSINESS HOURS Government Office: 0830-1630...

HONDURAS: HOW TO GET THERE

AIRLINES American. Continental Copa. Iberia. Islenal Airlines. Lacsa. Taca. Sosa Airlines. AIRPORTS TGU-Toncontin Int'l Airport, Tegucigalpa. SPS-Ramon Villeda Morales Int'l Airport, San Pedro Sula. LCE-Goloson Int'l Airport, La Ceiba. RTB-Bay Islands-Juan Manuel Galvez Int'l Airport, Roatan. From San Pedro Sula-242 km. Puerto Cortes-300 km. Tela-311 km...

HONDURAS -With mountains over 80 percent of the country and flat coastal areas

With mountains over 80 percent of the country and flat coastal areas, Honduras, between Nicaragua and Guatemala in Central America, is a country of contrasts. Once a major exporter of gold to Guatemala, today's economy is rooted in agriculture (primarily the banana crop). The language is Spanish, though English is spoken almost everywhere. Good roads...