New Tourism Office to Open in Tegucigalpa

A new tourism office will open April 3rd in Tegucigalpa. The office will be located in Tegucigalpa’s Central Park Plaza. This office will offer guide services, maps of Tegucigalpa’s historic center as well as other travel related information. The office will promote cultural activities that might be taking place during the days travelers are visiting Tegucigalpa. […]
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$800 Million expected during Easter Vacation

Honduras tourism is expected to generate $800 during the 2009 Easter vacation. Holy Week is a popular time for Central Americans to vacation and many make Honduras their destination. Also most Hondurans travel inside the country. Some of the popular vacation spots are Tela, Bay Islands, San Pedro Sula, Trujillo, Copan, Choluteca and Tegucigalpa. Most […]
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20% Increase in Tourism in 2008

Tourism increased by 20% during 2008 according to the Honduran tourism minister Ricardo Martinez. Citizens of the United States and Europe visited Honduras for tourism reasons, while more than 60% of visitors coming from other central american nations came on business. Tourist spent more than $620 million during their 2008 trips in Honduras. This money was […]
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Tourism Industry Will Maintain Investment Levels

Even though there is an international financial crisis, the tourism industry in Honduras is confident that tourism will increase in 2009. In order to be able to sustain this growth in 2009, more than $600 million will be invested in hotels, convention centers and other infrastructure in la Ceiba, Copan, Roatan, Tela, San Pedro Sula and […]
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