Journals Honduras

Fast Forward – The Unexpected Copán

Created by Jose Kevo on February 12, 2008 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews
1 Story

Who knew? Aside from nearby Copán Archaeological Park, there’s days’ worth of other hot pursuits! Unfortunately, wealth of opportunities weren’t validated until too late.

Puzzled in the Valley of Deference

Created by Jose Kevo on January 24, 2008 Best of IgoUgo

7 Reviews

If you believe the Mayan calendar, time is running out for catching the premier attraction of mainland Honduras; the Copán Archaeological Park!

Copán Ruinas - The Town

Created by Jose Kevo on December 17, 2007 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews
1 Story

Don't let the name fool you! There's nothing ruined about this extraordinary pueblo, which entertains visitors as the nearest homebase for exploring Copán Archaeological Park.

Hecho en Honduras

Created by Jose Kevo on October 20, 2007 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews
1 Story

If label says 'Made in Honduras', chances are it's from this industrialized city. Surprisingly, I found more than just factories, filth and forewarnings of danger.

En Guate '05 - Over the Border to Honduras

Created by on July 26, 2005 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

The "Paris of the Mayan World," Copan was just over the border in Honduras. How could I resist? I had to get there.

Hola Honduras!

Created by smileskey on April 27, 2005 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

It's a beautiful country still rebuilding from the devastation caused by Hurricane Mitch in 1998. Still a developing nation, Honduras has its ups and downs, but if you like to go off the beaten path, this is definitely the place to come.


Created by nmagann on June 13, 2003 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

Night diving like I’ve never experienced, such relaxed diving that I could dive 80 minutes on a tank, and so inexpensive that I paid for an advanced diving course. Free accommodations and kayak along with $2 meals. What else could I want?

Rio Platano Biosphere

Created by Milvos on October 6, 2001 Best of IgoUgo

3 Reviews
3 Stories

The Mosquitia is one the last true remote areas of Central America. It is home to vast areas of virgin forest, 4 distinct cultural groups and numerous archaeology sites, the most famed being the legendary but still yet undiscovered Lost White City.

Living in Honduras

Created by kiwigal on July 10, 2001 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

I lived in Tela, Honduras for a year (1994-1995) on a student exchange programme. I was living in a homestay situation during this time. I returned for another three months, two years later, (over Christmas 1996) this time living in La Lima (near San Pedro Sula) with my then boyfriend. I have travelled a fair bit all over Honduras and think it is a fantastic country with a vibrant culture. If you are planning a trip to Central America then you should definately consider Honduras as a place to go!

Going back Home to Roatan

Created by navajor on October 17, 2010

6 Reviews

The place I love to see sunsets and night dive!

    • 1-10 of 56 Honduras Journals

    What's a Journal?

    Journals are collections of reviews, stories, and tips about a place. Think of it as your IgoUgo scrapbook where you keep everything from your trip. If you want to keep all your Honduras travel articles in one place, you’d do it here.
    Our Most Popular Honduras Journals

    Want to create a journal of your own? We'll show you the way!