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According to shoppingpicks, in January, temperatures in Honduras remain warm with an average high of 79 degrees Fahrenheit (26 degrees Celsius) and an average low of 68 degrees Fahrenheit (20 degrees Celsius). It is generally a dry month with low humidity and only a few days of rainfall. The Caribbean coast receives more rainfall due to the influence of the Caribbean Sea. The nights can be cool and breezy, especially in the mountainous regions. February temperatures remain relatively similar to January, but with slightly higher humidity levels due to increased rain. Average high temperatures range from 79-81 degrees Fahrenheit (26-27 degrees Celsius), while average lows range from 68-70 degrees Fahrenheit (20-21 degrees Celsius). Precipitation is still light, but there are more days with showers than in January. March brings warmer weather and higher humidity levels as the rainy season begins. Average highs reach 82-84 degrees Fahrenheit (28-29 degrees Celsius), while lows hover around 70-72 degrees Fahrenheit (21-22 degrees Celsius). Rainfall increases significantly during this month, particularly along the Caribbean coast where it can rain multiple times per week. April sees a continuation of warm temperatures and wet weather as the rainy season continues. Highs reach 84-86 degrees Fahrenheit (29-30 degrees Celsius) while lows range from 72-74 degree Fahrenheit (22-23 degree Celsius). Rainfall is abundant throughout Honduras during this time, although it tends to be heaviest near the coasts. Honduras is located in Central America and has a large coastline in the north on the Gulf that is named after its own country. The coastline in the west on the Atlantic Ocean is much smaller. The west coast has a distinct dry season that roughly runs from December to May. The Caribbean coast has precipitation all year round, with the center of gravity in the second part of the year. From October to April the mercury is below 30°C during the day. In the other months, the daytime temperature fluctuates between 30 and 35°C. January to May are the best months to travel to Honduras. Check areacodesexplorer for Honduras History.

Honduras Geography and Population

Honduras – geography Large parts of Honduras are mountainous country; more than half of the area is above 900 m, but only a few peaks reach above 2000 m. A north-south-going depression divides the country; the westernmost part is the most mountainous. The rivers that flow north into the Gulf of Honduras have formed large,… Read More »

Honduras Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax System Basic data The economy of Honduras achieved a significant strengthening in 2021, growing by 12%, mainly due to the recovery of the economy after the big slump in 2020, a significant increase in the volume of remittances, but also an increase in… Read More »

Honduras History

The region was inhabited in pre-Columbian times by the Chorotegas and the Maya, in the 11th century. the Toltecs settled there, and then the Aztecs. C. Columbus discovered the town in 1502. C. de Olid founded (1524) the first colony in Triunfo de la Cruz. With the indigenous resistance suppressed (1530), Honduras it was under… Read More »

Tegucigalpa, Honduras History and Culture

History Tegucigalpa is the capital city of Honduras according to simplyyellowpages. Tegucigalpa was founded by Spanish colonizers as Real de Minas de San Miguel de Tegucigalpa on September 29, 1578 on the site of an existing native settlement of the Pech, Tolupanes, and Twahkas. The first mayor of Tegucigalpa was Juan de la Cueva, who took office in 1579.… Read More »

Honduras Arts and Culture

CULTURE: GENERAL INFORMATION The dominant imprint in Honduran cultural life is certainly the Spanish one. The influence of the European rulers overlapped the local customs, giving rise to architectural, artistic, religious expressions of strong peculiarity: an example are many buildings of the colonial period, rich in elements ranging from the Baroque to the Moorish. Literature,… Read More »

Honduras History Timeline

Honduras is a country in Central America bordering Guatemala to the north, El Salvador to the southwest, Nicaragua to the south, the Pacific Ocean to the west, and the Honduran Gulf and the Caribbean Sea to the east. According to Areacodesexplorer, Honduras is the second largest country, after Nicaragua, and the second poorest country in… Read More »

Rio Plátano Biosphere Reserve (World Heritage)

The over 5,000 km² reserve stretches from the Caribbean coast to an altitude of over 1,300 m. It has the last inaccessible tropical rainforests and gallery forests in Central America and is the habitat of around 2,000 Indians who were able to preserve their traditional way of life here. It is also a retreat for… Read More »

Copan Mayan Ruins (World Heritage)

Copán in what is now Honduras was one of the most important Mayan city-states from 250 to 800 AD. The city had more than 25,000 residents. The most famous building is the hieroglyphic staircase, which describes the history of the city on over 2,200 hieroglyphic blocks. In the 9th century, Copán probably went under for… Read More »

Honduras Travel Advice

General travel information for Honduras Continent: Central America Geographical location: Between the Pacific and Atlantic at the widest point of the Central American land bridge Highest elevation: Cerro Las Minas (2870 m above sea level) Longest river: Río Patuca (320 km) Form of government: Republic System of Government: Presidential system Languages: Spanish Neighboring countries: Guatemala,… Read More »

Travel to Honduras

Most of us who have visited Honduras know that the country is not far from a perfect paradise – at least in terms of nature. Tropical beaches, ancient Mayan ruins and fascinating colonial cities… you could briefly describe Honduras. As Central America’s second largest country, it has a lot to offer; according to aceinland, everything… Read More »