Honduras is a vibrant and fascinating place with an enormous potential to offer to intrepid travelers. Honduras is a tourist destination that attracts by abundant and varied natural beauty as white sandy and dark sand beaches, coral reefs, abundant flora and fauna and archaeological beauties, along its entire culture expressed in their customs and traditional foods.
Honduras is visited by visitors from around the world for several reasons, including the visit of its forests, islands and beaches by cruise ships, aircraft or road, being its main engines eco-tourism, cultural tourism and archaeological tourism. The main attractions include the Maya ruins of Copán, the pristine diving of the Bay Islands and the majestic scenery of over a dozen national parks and colonial cities.
San Pedro Sula
Aside for being the city host of the XXV Poultry Farming Summit of Central America and The Caribbean, San Pedro Sula is also known for being the second largest city in Honduras, and the main gateway into the country. The city is the financial and industrial center of Honduras, and offers outstanding opportunities for travel throughout the country. First class franchise hotels and restaurants can be found in its modern metropolis. The city of San Pedro functions as an important hub, with some of the best highways in Honduras. Its Ramón Villeda Morales International Airport (also known as La Mesa), has more scheduled international flights than Tegucigalpa. It is both a civil and military airport, and is located just 19 km (11 miles) from the center of San Pedro Sula.
Climate: San Pedro Sula features a tropical savanna climate, with year-round relatively high temperatures and plentiful rainfall year-round. San Pedro Sula has experienced hurricanes and tropical storms and is prone to them during the hurricane season usually when the storms form in the southern part of the Caribbean or Western Africa. The average temperature for the year in San Pedro Sula is 81.0°F (27.2°C). The warmest month, on average, is May with an average temperature of 85.0°F (29.4°C). The coolest month on average is January, with an average temperature of 76.0°F (24.4°C).
Language: Honduras’ official language is Spanish. Although Spanish is the official language is really common to encounter bilingual people more than capable of speaking and understanding English especially in San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa.
Currency: Our official currency is the Lempira.
Hotels: You will find all type of first class franchise hotels can be found in San Pedro Sula, though we recommend booking with time in order to secure your lodging.