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Travel to Honduras with On The Go Tours

Nestled between Guatemala and Nicaragua in the heart of Central America, Honduras is blessed with an exquisite Caribbean coastline, idyllic tropical islands, lush countryside and archaeological treasures. On our Honduras tours we spend time on Roatan Island, the largest of the beautiful Bay Islands, located off the north coast. The warm, crystal clear waters around the islands are a mecca for divers and snorkellers alike, revealing an underwater wonderland of tropical marine life and colourful coral reefs. Not only is the diving and snorkelling in Honduras world-class, but it is also wonderfully inexpensive.

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Mayan wonders
The ruined city of Copan

Apart from Roatan Island, the other highlight of our tours to Honduras is the magnificent ruined city of Copan, one of Central America's most impressive Mayan sites. Exploration of the site reveals intricately carved statues, a huge plaza, ball courts and a spectacular staircase.

Honduras Group Tours

Discover the best of Honduras from the idyllic beaches of Roatan Island to the ancient Maya ruins of Copan travelling by a mix of public bus, local boats and private van. With a maximum group size of 16, enjoy an overland adventure from Antigua in Guatemala to San Jose in Costa Rica, visiting plenty of interesting places en route with enough free time for you to opt for a range of thrilling activities and excursions.

The Way To San Jose

15 days | FROM USD $2,479

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Honduras Travel Guide

Being prepared can help ensure a smooth travel experience so to help we've put together a useful travel guide.

Best Time to Visit

Information on climatic and weather conditions in Honduras

Tourist Visas

Visa requirements for Honduras and info on getting your visa

Style of Travel

What to expect on our Central America group tours

Honduras Travel Advice:

We keep up-to-date with the latest travel advisories to Honduras and follow advice as set out by the British Foreign Office. Safety of our travellers is paramount and we recommend that you check the latest travel updates from the relevant advisory body in your country.

Online Travel Resources for Honduras:

REFER TO: Rough Guides, Fodors, Frommers, Footprints, CN Traveller and World Travel Guide.

ALSO SEE: The official Honduras Tourist Organisation site and the latest Honduras Weather Updates from the BBC.

Active Days, Rustic Nights OTG Adventure
Active Days, Rustic Nights

Our OTG Adventure takes you to the true heart of adventurous destinations. Whether camping in the Okavango Delta, staying in rustic accommodation in the Peruvian Amazon or camping under the Saharan stars in Morocco, this range forsakes just a little bit of the comfort of OTG Signature Range, ensuring we deliver you the best value possible for your holiday.

OTG Adventure takes you straight into the centre of where it’s all at, typically using local transport or overland style vehicles and stay at simple, clean and locally-owned guest houses, haciendas, eco-lodges and simple hotels to maximize the opportunity to interact with the locals.

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