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If you have one week to spend in Honduras, Roatán and the ruins of Copán are a must. If you have two weeks, add Pico Bonito, Lago de Yojoa, and either Chachahuate or Utila.

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  • The Best Beaches in Honduras Cayos Cochinos beach in the Honduras.Sun worshipers will have no problem finding palm-lined beaches large and small on which to lay their towel or sling their hammock. Here are a few tips to help you find the best beach in Honduras for you.
  • Dive Shops in Utila The endangered Hawksbill sea turtle is just one of the amazing creatures you can see while SCUBA diuving in Utila.Competition between shops is fierce in Utila, where inexpensive Open Water certification is a big business. Here’s a round-up of recommended dive shops, all of which are PADI-certified and have similar prices for services.
  • Honduras’s Caribbean Beaches A white sand beach stretches into the distance with lounge chairs shaded by a thatched overhang.If you have to pick just one beach in the country, it’s hard to argue with West Bay, Roatán, but here’s a round-up of the best beaches on the Caribbean coast of Honduras.
  • The Glory, the Groundwork, and the Grind of Travel Writing Amy and Antonio seated on one of the small pyramids in Copán’s Great Plaza.The glory of travel writing isn’t in fame or celebrity. Before Amy E. Robertson became a guidebook writer, she never noticed that guidebooks even had author names attached. In this article, she discusses the experience of being a travel writer.
  • Tegucigalpa, the Capital of Honduras Hill-top panorama of the city of Tegucigalpa with large cumulous clouds in a bright blue sky.Honduras’s capital, a city of just over one million inhabitants, occupies a high mountain valley around 1,000 meters above sea level, with the Río Choluteca running right down the middle. Amy E. Robertson introduces readers to the history of Tegucigalpa, its neighborhoods, and offers safety tips for travelers staying in this busy city.

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