Welcome to Honduras Travel!

Honduras travel is the result of over 23 years of experience in the travel industry of Honduras. Few institutions have the experience and knowledge that we have to provide up to date useful information to the traveler visiting Honduras in particular and Central America in general.

There are way too many notes around the internet telling you why you should not visit Honduras,. It is only fair that you find a place that can tell you why you should visit Honduras. We, after over 23 years living and traveling within Honduras, think that you have the right to know about all the good things that Honduras has to offer.  A trip to Central America without visiting Honduras is like not having come to Central America at all. Best of all, a trip to Honduras provides two very different destinations: Central America and the Caribbean! Yes you get two for the price of one! Is this a bargain or what?

We are your Complete Destination Guide for Honduras!

Our goal is to help you have an outstanding trip in Honduras. If you find that there is some information we are missing that you need and or want to know, please feel free to write to us to john.dupuis@hondurastravel.com. We will do our very best to get back to you as soon as possible. If you would like to subscribe to our newsletter to get all our updates on a regular basis, please subscribe to our newsletter here.

Hondurastravel.com will be updating information regarding the most outstanding destination guide sections within the country on a regular basis. We are beginning with the most visited and frequented destinations. Yet our goal is to provide the most up to date Honduras travel information. We also want to offer the most updated, useful Honduras travel blog available on the net.

Finally, we are working at creating a full travel directory of Honduras in our web page. If you have a business, or offer a service that is useful to travelers, please feel free to send us your information and we will be happy to add it to our directory@hondurastravel.com  at no cost for you.


  1. James OMalley
    November 25, 2016 @ 1:49 pm

    Hi John

    great blog. Nice to see someone with positive news about Honduras.

    I’m from Canada and my wife and I are the new owners of Las Cascadas Lodge. Ryan is still managing the hotel. We hope to build up our supply of cabins in the next few years and we will let you know of any changes. We also plan to go off grid as much as possible too. We have 5 waterfalls on the property (100 acres of private rain forest) that are capable of generating our electricity. (stay tuned).

    With that in mind our air conditioners have been turned off and removed. We can’t call ourselves eco-friendly and try to cool the outdoors too.

    We are also one of the more expensive hotels in the Cangregal river valley (as you have stated) but we are all-inclusive. (it would be nice if you could add that).

    Ryan runs one of his canyoning tours right on our property down our private waterfalls and river. Our guests don’t have to get in a car to drive anywhere and when their tour ends they are back at the lodge. A pretty sweet deal.

    Any other questions please drop me a line. I would be happy to answer. I am still based in Canada for a few more years but travel back and forth frequently.


    James OMalley
    Las Cascadas Lodge


    • John Dupuis
      November 30, 2016 @ 3:44 pm

      Good morning James!

      Thanks for following my blog. I will update the information on the our blog, so that we have the proper outline of what Las Cascadas Lodge is now offering. Congratulations on your becoming a neighbor at the Cangrejal River Valley in La Ceiba. Please let me know when you come to La Ceiba, I would love to get to know you personally. I life just up the road from Las Cascadas at La Villa de Soledad.



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