Honduras Travel
Tegucigalpa, Honduras                                                                                                                                                                                                    


 Maria Fiallos

 Freelance Writer




Welcome to my abode ....



Honduras Photos




"If I remember the sunflower forest it is because from its hidden reaches man arose. The green world is his sacred center. In moments of sanity he must still seek refuge there."  

— Loren  Eiseley  









 Honduras and the Bay Islands Adventure Guide,  May 2006

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The independent traveler's newest resource for Honduras.

Detailed information covering the entire country including Mayan Ruins, the Cave of the Shining Skulls,  colonial history, beaches, coral reefs, and national parks ranging from cloud forests to coastal lowland forests.

Immerse yourself in an array of activities.  Go scuba diving, bird watching, wildlife watching, trekking, hiking, canoeing, rafting, or just relax on the beach. Visit archeological parks, bird parks, butterfly museums, colonial museums, and art museums.  Whatever you choose to do, you're sure to have fun in Honduras!


  Coming Soon! Books for Honduran children.

Articles published in Honduras this Week










Honduran Legal Services

Roatan Photography

Roatan Net

Indomitable Honduras

Golden Web Award 2002/2003

The Copan Association

La Moskitia - An Undiscovered Wilderness

Santa Rosa de Copan


Eco Tours Honduras

Tour operador ofreciendo una variedad de rutas eco-turísticas y un sitio Web repleto de información interesante.

A great tour operator site! Full of interesting and unique tidbits.


Illegal Logging Info

Illegal Logging Crisis in Honduras

Movimiento Ambientalista de Olancho

 Rainforest Alliance


Honduras This Week



El Libertador

Primer Auditor Social de Honduras

La Tribuna

 El Heraldo

La Prensa





My newest passion, Hidroponía La Alhambra.  In other words, the hobby hydroponics system in my back yard.  More Photos.



Precious Hardwood Notice:  

A 2002 study revealed that between 75 to 85 percent of the hardwood production and 30 to 50 percent of the pine wood production in Honduras is illegal. 

In a more recent 2005 publication, which documented a one-year illegal logging undercover  investigation carried out by the Environmental Investigation Agency, a government expert on the mahogany trade in Honduras stated, "The only remaining viable populations are in national parks or reserves."  

Therefore, I urge all of you, please refrain from buying wood products from developing countries, in particular, the much coveted and once abundant Honduras mahogany.