Honduras Border Map

Yearbook 2003

Honduras. “March for Dignity,” the biggest protest since President Ricardo Maduro took office in January 2002, gathered on August 27, 10,000 participants and degenerated into riots and clashes with police.

According to Countryaah.com, Honduras Independence Day is September 15. The protests, organized by Catholic priests and more than a hundred trade unions and grassroots organizations, pertained to the government’s plans for a $ 1 billion loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The terms of the loan included privatization of municipal water companies and “flexibility” of the labor market. included salary cuts for government employees. The president has also faced criticism for the police’s methods of dealing with the growing crime.

Honduras – Tegucigalpa


Tegucigalpa, capital of Honduras; 1. 1 million residents (2015). Located 100 km from the Pacific coast, Tegucigalpa is Honduras political and cultural center and has a national university and cathedral dating from the 18th century. A main road goes north to the industrial district of San Pedro Sula; otherwise, Tegucigalpa is heavily dependent on Toncontín International Airport for its communications. The city has food, textile, paper and cement industries, among others. On the outskirts of the city there are also composition factories called maquiladoras, which produce household appliances, among other things.

Tegucigalpa was founded in 1578 as a central location for the area’s mining operations. Since 1880 it has been the nation’s capital; during the period 1824–80 Tegucigalpa and Comayagua alternated.

Honduras Border Map

Republic of Honduras Brief Guide

According to AbbreviationFinder, Honduras is a state in Central America with a population of about seven million. Its border neighbors are Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaragua. Honduras has a sea connection to both the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea.

The currency of Honduras is Lempira (HNL). € 1 = about 28.7 HNL. In many places, the US dollar is also used as a means of payment.

We stay in our areas in safe areas, but pickpocketing is possible, especially in cities, and moving around at night in certain areas can be unsafe. However, general caution within common sense is desirable throughout the journey. Current security warnings for all countries can be found on the Foreign Ministry’s website

Food & beverage
Hondurans eat a lot of fish and seafood, they are served along the coast as well as in tourist centers. The most famous Honduran meal is Lobster. Honduran cuisine is colorful and delicious. Usually meals include different types of beans, corn, rice, tortillas, fruit, and seafood. All water and beverages must be industrially bottled. Salads and vegetables should also be rinsed with bottled water. The food should be heated or cooked. Reheated foods should be avoided.