4 Places To Visit In Honduras


When people think about visiting a country in Central America, places like Mexico and Costa Rica tend to come at the top of the list. Honduras often doesn’t figure on travelers’ radars, and if it does, they often have a bad impression of it. But there are plenty of positive reasons why you should consider a holiday to this country including its lush green rainforests, beautiful sandy beaches and friendly welcoming people. Let’s look closer at some of the top places to see if you do decide to pay Honduras a visit.


Lake Yojoa


The largest lake in the whole country, Lake Yojoa is a stunning green basin which is fed by tributary rivers. Just some of the sights that you can experience nearby include archaeological grounds, volcanic peaks, cloud forests, and pineapple farms. There are plenty of mountain treks that you can enjoy in the surrounding area on foot, and you can even go into the river for a swim if the weather is right.


Pico Bonito National Park


The winding Río Cangrejal sits at the entrance to the Pico Bonito National Park, home to some of the best white water rafting in the entire region. It is also the best place to spot a host of wildlife including puma, jaguars, and toucans. While you are here, you should certainly trek up to the Río Zacate waterfall, where you can spot hundreds of species of bird fluttering in the trees above. And you certainly won’t forget the views you can see at the top in a hurry.


Bay Islands


Even though Honduras is the second biggest country in the region, it is also the least visited. Even areas which are crying out for visitors like the Bay Islands remain underdeveloped – which makes them all the more appealing. Utila is the one that you certainly shouldn’t miss out on visiting, and if you are into scuba diving, this is certainly the place to come. If diving isn’t your thing, you can simply sit back and enjoy the scenery with a cocktail in hand.


Copán Ruinas


The most well-known attraction in the country is certainly the Copan Ruins – remnants of the ancient Mayan society which used to live in this area. Everything is so well-preserved that you will feel like you have stepped back in time. In fact, this is one of the most celebrated archaeological sites in the world, but it is often overlooked in favour of places like Machu Picchu and Angkor Wat. Well, if you are taking a trip to Honduras, you certainly can’t miss out on a visit.


If you plan on visiting Honduras, the capital city is usually the place to start, and the Tegucigalpa Marriott Hotel is a great place to stay. As you can see from this blog post, there are plenty of places to visit.


Seeing lesser-known countries like Honduras is a special experience for any traveller, and you are likely to receive a great welcome during your time here.




A Family Orientated Living Room

Can you admit that the living room is one of the main rooms in your house? For most people, it is the perfect place for the family to get together and have a laugh and a joke, or snuggle up to watch the latest films on the TV. But for a lot of people, it is always the most outdated room in the home. Because it doesn’t require a renovation like a bathroom or a kitchen would, the most expensive jobs are usually done first. If you know your living room switch up is just around the corner, here’s how you can make it a family orientated living room.



If you’re going to make it family orientated, it needs to have a lot of space. Now, some people are stuck with really small living rooms, and there’s only so much you can do with the space. So, if you have a dining room joining onto the living room, why not knock the wall through and create an extended living room. The dining room doesn’t need to be too big, and the bigger the living room the more family fun that can be had. You also want to make sure you’re buying the best furniture to utilise the space you have. Designers such as Alexander and James Sofas do some great designs that will use the space in your living room well. The best sofas you can get are corner sofas. They’re longer, curve round the room so that you’re not using up too much space, and will allow more family to cram onto one sofa. The reason why a living room can seem so blocky is due to multiple pieces of furniture being needed. A corner sofa helps take that away. As long as you organise the room right, and move things that don’t necessarily need to be there, perhaps like a random book case, then you’ll soon realise your living room is a lot bigger than you think.


There are some really beautiful living room designs at the minute that will leave the whole family feeling super cosy. One thing you could do is have a lovely fur rug laying next to the fire. It’s perfect for cuddling up on when those cosy film days are in full swing. Keeping things minimal however is going to be suitable for a family living room, so try not to clog things up too much with extra furniture such as coffee tables. If you don’t have a fire, there are plenty of electrical fires that you can have installed which look amazing.


Many people think technology is vital to a family orientated living room, and by technology they often mean the biggest and best TV to make sure your family has a great experience. There are now TV’s with 4K and 3D capabilities, meaning your viewing time is going to be better than ever. You could even go as far as to get a games console such as the Nintendo Wii downstairs to turn those family cosy days into those family competitive days.

We don’t spend much time watching TV these days, so for us a smaller TV works best. But, we have a whole wall in our lounge dedicated to board games! Over 100 games in-fact! Most weekends are spent with friends over, playing some great games. We do own a Wii though… and boy! does it get competitive!