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In these times, the best way to find out about something is the Internet, an extremely useful tool that helps us find what we want…sometimes…

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras, Aug. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Researching unknown places where we want to travel is a challenge and sometimes even Russian roulette…What do you do before traveling to a country or place in particular? You undoubtedly try the Internet where no sooner do you type in the name of a destination, you find yourself with an infinite number of links with multiple options from which to choose. There is so much information that we usually spend a good amount of time trying to find the answer to the first part of our concerns, answers that frequently "force" us to choose perhaps not the best option. This happens with hotels and restaurants where there are many alternatives, which we compare, and finally make a reservation. Then we arrive at the location and discover that the choice was good, however, barely 100 meters away is a place with better or equal conditions but at a much lower price compared to the one we chose, right? The feeling we are left with is not very pleasant and our pocketbooks are hurting as well. And we should not forget those community and city attractions as it won't be the first time for us to return home and someone who has previously visited the same place as us asks, "And did you go to such and such a place?" We answer "no" and bite our lips upon learning that the place they describe was just around the corner and we never realized it. This has happened to you, correct?

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To spare you this type of aggravation and save you a lot of time and money, Honduras has created honduras.travel, the "OFFICIAL TOURISM WEB PORTAL" of Honduras, an easy-to-use web page with strong graphical and multimedia support that groups the greatest number of places and links, allowing you to make better decisions and offering the option of acquiring more in-depth information about activities such as avitourism, social networks linked to the tourism topic and other topics you might find of interest.

honduras.travel divides Honduras into seven regions that will allow you to acquaint yourself with the largest coral reef in the Americas and second largest in the world with world-class examples such as the islands of Roatán, Utila, Guanaja and Cayos Cochinos; sand and sunny beach destinations such as Tela and La Ceiba; enchanting places with an enormous biodiversity like Pico Bonito and the jungles of Moskitia; places in touch with cultures dating back thousands of years such as the Maya and Lenca that are still alive in Honduras in Copán and the western region; the most important cities in Honduras and the provinces bathed by the Gulf of Fonseca in the south – in short, a complete range of destinations with verified, updated information guaranteeing you the best experience when you come, tour operators, adventure guides, scuba-diving, gastronomy and much more.

This web portal has been made possible thanks to the efforts of the Honduran National Tourism Chamber (CANATURH) and ProParque with which the integration and support of all of the Tourism Chamber regions has been achieved, of the Honduran government and the Honduran Tourism Institute (IHT) and of the private tourism sector. The finished product meets their expectations and those of a country considered a benchmark of natural wealth for all of Central America.

We are completely confident that http://honduras.travel will be that quick, effective tool that will help you enjoy and get to know as much as possible one of the most beautiful places on earth, and everything with just one click.

Lilian Lagos
Telephone: (504) 2232-1927
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.canaturh.org / honduras.travel 

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SOURCE Honduran National Chamber of Tourism - CANATURH

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