Update on the Political and Travel Situation in Honduras

On June 28th President Zelaya was expelled from the country by the Honduran military, backed by the Honduran Congress and Supreme Court. Congress President, Roberto Micheletti, has been sworn in as the interim President. Military personnel have been deployed on the streets of Teg ucigalpa, and a temporary curfew is currently in place running from 10:00pm – 5:00am, though this may ...

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Coup in Honduras

Many of you have heard, the president of Honduras was removed in a coup over the weekend, and is currently in exile in Costa Rica. We are monitoring the situation closely. Currently there has been no disruption of normal tourist services. In the capital city, Tegucigalpa, there are small protests by the ousted president’s supporters, and some road blocks have ...

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Copan, Honduras – The New Higlight!

Copan in Honduras is fast becoming traveller’s favourite new highlight. Visitors are first attracted here by the beautiful Maya archaeology site with its famous sculptures and tunnels to view buried temples but then they are pleasantly suprised by what more this area has to offer. The small town of Copan Ruinas with it’s cobblestone streets, picturesque Spanish colonial buildings and ...

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