If you are planning to come to Honduras, by purchasing your airfare you must know that you are now protected by the 504 Assist Travel Insurance.
This benefit has a term of 30 days or the duration of the trip if it is less than 30 days.
You are cover Up to $ 7,000 in expenses. Registration is free.
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We love to share the beauties of our country, but We feel a special pride when our visitors totally become identified with our catracha culture. They enjoy the flavors of our land, admire the colors of our cities and especially share a greeting with our people, is what makes our work not a burden, but on the contrary, passion and fun.
Greetings to our Mexican friends.
No matter how long you visit Honduras ... there is always something interesting to do, it all depends on your mood and attitude. We are here to serve you and share with you our traditions, the flavors of our gastronomy, and the most special the warmth of our people.
You can read the article written by our traveling friend Jason McFaul, about his recent short visit to the capital of Honduras, on his journey through the world.
Thanks to your trust in our tours, we are proud to be listed as one of the best options for private tours in Honduras.
Many thanks to each one of you, our tourists, who have valued our work.
We hope to continue serving and offering you the best experiences, when you visit Honduras.
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One of the most interesting things in Honduras, are its colonial towns, many of them still retain their traditions. In them we can see Catholic churches of 400 to 600 years of construction.
Ajuterique, Comayagua. Founded in 1550 in a place called Quelepa, it means in Mexican "Cerro de las Tortugas" or "Big eye at the foot of the Mountain".
The municipality of Ajuterique is located in the north-western part of the city of Comayagua, 7 km from the city of La Paz and 87 km from the capital city Of the Republic Tegucigalpa.
Ajuterique is a community where traditions and customs are very attached to their way of life, it emphasizes in the religious aspect since it forms a fundamental part of the spiritual life of its inhabitants.
They have specials dates to celebrate:
Fair in honor of the Virgen de Reyes celebrated from 4 to 7 January
Fair in honor of Pentecost between the months of May or June
Fair in honor of Mr. ECCEHOMO celebrated in the month of August.
We visit this little town in our Day Tour to Comayagua, either starting at Tegucigalpa or San Pedro Sula...You can book it here:
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