Mayan head, Copan


Discover a pirate past, an abundance of wildlife and pristine scenery in a country ripe for exploration 

Tours in Honduras

A tropical paradise with a pirate history is just the ticket for an Exodus adventurer to Central America. With its Mayan and pirate past, it's steeped in history; from the magnificent Mayan ruins of Copán to the banana-exporting ports and diving resorts, there is so much to uncover on Honduras tours.

Trekkers are spoilt for choice with jungle, mountains and coastline to choose from; nature lovers will enjoy endless opportunities to spot all kinds of flora and fauna, whether under the turquoise waters, in dense rainforest or beneath the fascinating ruins.

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Honduras Adventure Holidays

Highlights of Honduras

1. Tegucigalpa: Founded as a mining camp in 1578, the capital comprises two towns, Comayagüela and Tegucigalpa, divided by a river and surrounded by peaks, notably El Picacho.

2. Copán: Nestled in the Copán Valley, this ancient city was the most southerly site of the Mayan empire. Copán is renowned for its striking carvings and architecture, with a huge number of sculptures.

3. Jungle wildlife: The jungle surrounding Copán and the rainforest at Pico Dama are a haven for birds and wildlife. Head into the wild on a jungle trek and spot toucan, macaws, howler monkeys, armadillo, bats and – perhaps – even jaguar.

4. Caribbean Sea diving: Honduras is an affordable yet reputable place to learn to dive, and the warm, clear Caribbean Sea is idyllic for snorkelling amid spectacularly coloured tropical fish.

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