Weatherwise, the best time to visit Honduras runs from December to April. Slightly cooler temperatures and fewer rainy days make this season more favourable for sightseeing and trekking in the country. Spring offers lots of celebrations from Holy Week and Easter in March or April to La Ceiba Carnival, a Mardi-Gras style party in late May. Early summer brings the rainy season to the inland areas, but the Caribbean coast and Bay Islands still enjoy sunny days. June is a great month for spotting whale sharks off Utila island and waiting for the rain of fish with the locals. After the peak of the hurricane season in October, head to the cacao and coffee plantations to watch the harvest and to Honduras Bay Islands for baby turtles hatching.
This interesting phenomenon of whale shark aggregation gives a chance to see a few of these huge creatures at the same time
Honduras is a diving Mecca with a pirate pedigree
Easter festivities are not complete without colorful carpets covering the main streets
Rise out of the beautiful, crystal-clear Caribbean waters by kite
Try this unforgettable experience of flying over the breathtaking beauty of the Caribbean!
Excellent bird watching in the quiet locale of Lake Yojoa
Enjoy jungle scenery and the beaches of Roatan atop a horse!
Honduras is a perfect place for a mountain bike adventures!
This once beautiful city, even in ruins now, illustrates the peak of the Mayan civilisation's achievements
Cashew nuts stand out from the variety of nuts with their unusual shape in the form of a comma
This exciting fishing for unusual fish is available only in Honduras!
This unique fair in La Ceiba is very similar to Mardi Gras in New Orleans
Join this vibrant celebration in San Pedro Sula during the whole month of June
See how volunteers care for the turtles' eggs and babies during the summer breeding season
On the eve of this natural phenomenon, the sky is tightened by clouds, strong winds blow, rain pours, and there is plenty of thunder and lightning
A favourite delicious food throughout Central America, especially in Honduras
Find out how coffee is grown, collected, and processed
Try some tustacas, empanadas, tamales, pozol, tamalitos, tortillas, and famous donuts made from golden corn, a staple food of Honduras
If you are looking for the best whitewater rafting and kayaking, Rio Cangrejal is a popular site for thrill-seekers
Rambutan is a sweet and sour fruit, quite pleasant with a bright scent
Ancient Aztecs called cocoa the "food of the gods"
Discover the mysteries of Honduras while walking through deserted and unexplored trails
One of the largest techno music events in Latin America