Wednesday, September 07, 2011 at 11:26 AM by Adalberto H. Vega
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Friday, August 12, 2011 at 1:56 PM by Adalberto H. Vega
MC Tours - Honduras redesigned website as a vital communication tool for its clients, business partners and for all the traveler community interested in Honduras.The result is an improved website which offers a fresh new look that technically provides its online visitors with significant improvements in navigation and resources to easily locate what they are looking for.
The website is also mobile ready, so users will be able to conveniently navigate it from their iPhone, iPad, Android, or other smartphone mobile device while on the road.We are sure visitors will find the Resources – Videos section particularly useful; this section contains 17 recently produced videos about Honduras highlights which are a valuable tool to show prospect visitors the wonders of this beautiful country.
Saturday, July 30, 2011 at 2:24 PM by Adalberto H. Vega
Thanks Meg Nesterov for choosing our photo of Copan "Semana Santa" Carpets as Photo of the Day.
If the street above looks a little more colorful than the average road, it's because the carpet has been rolled out for Semana Santa, or holy week leading up to Easter. The "carpets" are made from colored sawdust and flowers and illustrate the Stations of the Cross. There are many reasons to visit Copan in the western region of Honduras, but the procession that will march down this street on Good Friday morning (April 6 in 2012, if you want to start planning) is a big draw; arrive early to admire the "carpets". Thanks to Flickr user Adalberto H Vega for capturing them before they got trampled!
Sunday, March 13, 2011 at 8:50 PM by Adalberto H. Vega
Located right in the middle of Central America, Honduras has plenty of different touristic sites for varied interests. From archaeological sites and towns with colonial buildings to almost a quarter of territory turned into protected areas for nature lovers, beautiful beaches spanning over 500 miles of its Caribbean North coast and crystal-clear warm water coupled with bleached sand beaches at the Bay Islands, a section of the Mesoamerican barrier reef, second largest of its kind in the world and first in biodiversity; living cultures that bear ancient traditions and authentic cultural heritage, and certainly the friendliest people in the region.
|Ball Court and Main Plaza, Copan Ruinas|
|West Bay Beach at Roatan, Bay Islands|
|Lancetilla Botanical Garden, Tela|
|Cangrejal River Rafting, La Ceiba|
|Cathedral from Central Plaza, Santa Rosa de Copan|
Saturday, March 05, 2011 at 8:56 PM by Adalberto H. Vega