About Honduras

Honduras, like its fellow Central American neighbors, offers glorious weather (the daily average temperature is around 30 degrees) and a lush, green landscape. A Spanish-speaking nation, Honduras has gone through its share of hardships but is starting to welcome more tourists than ever before. Some of the many attractions in the country include Roátan, which is popular among cruise ships, and the Copán Ruins Archeaology Site

Honduras Trivia

What Languages Are Spoken In Honduras?

The official and most widely spoken language in Honduras is Spanish. Indigenous languages, such as Garifuna, Miskito, Sumo, Pech, and Jicaque, are also spoken in the country.

What Languages Are Spoken In Honduras?

What Is The Capital Of Honduras?

Tegucigalpa is the national capital of Honduras as well as the country's largest city with over one million residents.

What Is The Capital Of Honduras?

What Continent is Honduras In?

Honduras is located in Central America, the southernmost edge of the continent of North America.

What Continent is Honduras In?

What is the Río Plátano Biosphere Reserve?

The Río Plátano Biosphere Reserve was designated as a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Site in 1982, making it only the second such site in Honduras. The Río Plátano Biosphere Reserve is located in northeastern Honduras in the Mosquitia region of the country, covering 350,000 hectares (1,351 square miles) of land as the largest protected area in all of Honduras.

Río Plátano Biosphere Reserve, Honduras

What is the biggest city in Honduras?

The most populated city in Honduras is Tegucigalpa, which has a population size of over 1 million people.

The Biggest Cities In Honduras

What is Copan Mayan Archaeological Site?

The Copan Maya Site sits in the Copan Valley in Honduras, right near the border with neighboring Guatemala. The Copan Mayan Archaeological Site was designated as a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Site in 1980. It was the first such site in Guatemala and is currently only one of two in the country. For tourists visiting the site, there is the Copan Sculpture Museum on the site,

The Copan Maya Archaeological Site, Honduras