ROATAN, The Bay Island is home to the second largest barrier reef in the world after Australia. In addition to the while-sand beaches and turquoise waters, the abundance and variety of marine life is impressive as are the many sporting activities, the parks and museum. The combination of natural beauty and modern infrastructure make for excellent investment opportunity in real estate.

COPAN, The ancient city of Copan was one of the most important urban centers of the Mayan civilization. Visiting the nearby colonial town of Copan is a special way of exploring the other side of this majestic archaeological site. The cobble-stone streets, quaint architecture and gentle will make your visit an unforgettable experience.

TELA, Located just 90 minutes from San Pedro Sula, this Caribbean beach resort is fast becoming a favorite international tourist destination. Its outstanding white-sand beaches are surrounded by lush tropical parks, such as the Lancetilla Botanical Garden, the Punta Sal Tropical Rainforest, the Punta Izopo Wildlife Refuge and the Lagoon of Monkeys.

LA CEIBA, Due to its strategic location and modern infrastructure, La Ceiba serves as a convenient Gateway to other tourist destinations along Honduras exotic Caribbean coastline. It´s a short hop from its international airport to the Bay Islands and the famous region of ´La Mosquitia´. You can also take a 1-hour ferry ride to Roatan. White water rafting on the Cangrejal River is a wonderful adventure for any water sport lover.

UTILA, The smallest to the three Bay Islands and the closets to the mainland, Utila can be easily reached by sea or by air. Famous for its whale shark sightings, the world´s largest fish, this island offers the most options for budget-conscious travelers. The landscape is totally different from the other islands. The only mountain is Pumpkin Hill, from where you can enjoy a wonderful view of the entire island.

GUANAJA, is one of the Bay Islands of Honduras, and is in the Caribbean. It is about 70km off the north coast of Honduras, and 12km from the island of Roatan. One of the cays off Guanaja, also called Guanaja or Bonnaca or Low Cay (or just simply, The Cay), is near the main island, and contains most of the approximately 10,000 people who live in Guanaja. The densely populated cay has been described as the Venice of Honduras because of the waterways that run through it. The other two main settlements on Guanaja are Mangrove Bight and Savannah Bight. Smaller settlements include East End and North East Bight.

TRUJILLO, Christopher Columbus landed in Trujillo in 1502, making it one of the oldest cities in Honduras. Located next to the largest and deepest natural bay in Central América, Trujillo became an important port during Colonial times.

The beaches of Trujillo are some of the best in the north coast of Honduras.

LOS CAYOS COCHINOS or the Hog Keys are located only a few miles from the coast. They have been declare by the government as Marine by the Cayos Cochinos Fundation. This full day your takes you in a boat from The Ceiba.

OMOA, one of the oldest town in the nation, played an important role in Honduras history. There are beautiful beaches nearby and many scenic attractions that offer you the experience of tropical forests.

PUERTO CORTÉS This maritime city is one of the busiest trading port of Central America, equipped with the latest technology to handle some of the largest volume of international trade in Latin America.