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Honduras road trip to Copán Ruins
The roads in Honduras are for everyone. People, dogs, vendors, three-wheel scooters and way at the bottom of the food chain – cars. They are a place of constant activity where at a traffic light one can purchase a bag of fruit and something to wash it down with.
"Honduras road trip to Copán Ruins" article image
Honduras road trip to Copán Ruins
The roads in Honduras are for everyone. People, dogs, vendors, three-wheel scooters and way at the bottom of the food chain – cars. They are a place of constant activity where at a traffic light one can purchase a bag of fruit and something to wash it down with.
"Rainforests, coasts and hideaways: A Honduras road trip" article image
Rainforests, coasts and hideaways: A Honduras road trip
The famed Mayan ruins of Copán, the world-renowned diving on the islands of Utila and Roatán – Honduras is a country with so much to enjoy. But it's the smaller areas, the coastal cities and the tucked away street vendors, the small reservoirs and cloud forests, that truly make this Central American country a place to wander. And there's no better way to experience it than on a trip on the Honduran roads less traveled.
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