Announced July 18, 2017:
Hotels such as Hilton, G6 and Marriott announce Hotel Developments in Honduras due to it’s growth in popularity and tourism, providing great lodging options for business and travelers alike.
“Honduras‘ growing popularity as a tourism and investment destination have led to recent expansions from multi-nationals such as Hilton, which is the latest hotel group to announce a future development in this Central American country.”
“Honduras offers pristine beaches, virgin rainforests, colonial cities and pre-Hispanic archeological sites, allowing travelers of all types to find something to enjoy.
Nestled in the Caribbean and bordering the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, the second-largest reef system in the world, the Bay Islands are among Honduras’ most important tourism draws, garnering awards for harboring some of the world’s best beaches, dive sites, ports and places to retire. The islands number among the few places in the world where travelers can swim with the largest fish on the planet, the whale shark.”
(Pictured above: Playa Vida Honduras Comunity with the Pico Bonito Mountains in the backdrop)
“With 91 protected areas and national parks collectively accounting for 27 percent of the country’s territory, Honduras brings visitors close to nature. The Pico Bonito and Celaque National Parks provide seasonal or permanent refuge to more than 750 different species of birds. The country is home to the Río Plátano Biosphere Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage Site; Lancetilla Botanical Gardens, the second largest botanical garden in the world; the widest expanse of virgin rainforest north of the equator; and the highest mountain peak in Central America, soaring to 9350 feet (2,849 meters). Honduras is also a world-class rafting destination, with the Rio Cangrejal, one of Central America’s most accessible and beautiful rivers, offering Class II to IV rapids on its 20-mile course from the Pico Bonito National Park to the Caribbean.”
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People are catching onto the blossoming movement of Honduras. If you want to own a Vacation Home or Retire in this Central American Country, we recommend to ride the wave before the secrets out.