Honduras Archive

Exploring the Punta Sal Peninsula of Honduras

Near the Honduras town of Tela and in view from the beach at Indura Golf & Spa Resort, the Punta Sal Peninsula of Honduras is home to the Jeanette Kawas National Park. In a country where protecting national parks is a real challenge, this one’s geography helps it ward off much of that pressure. Established […]

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Their List, Our Reviews: World Travel Awards

The annual World Travel Awards for Latin America took place recently in Lima and a lot of properties we’ve highlighted were among the winners. Like any contest where people go online to vote—and the nominees beg and plead for weeks to sway the outcome—there’s a lot of ballot stuffing determining the winners. Whoever has the […]

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The Honduras PGA Golf Course at Indura Resort

You don’t often see PGA (Professional Golf Association) and Central America in the same sentence. Until recently you never saw that acronym associated with Honduras: until Indura Resort opened there wasn’t a professional 18-hole course in the entire country. They made up for lost time with this one, on a stunning course designed by Gary […]

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Combine Mexico and Central America With Tropic Air

You probably know you can get to Belize on a lot of airlines from the United States, but did you know that Tropic Air can get you there from seven locations in Mexico and Central America? This means it’s probably easier than you think to combine a trip to Belize with one or two other […]

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Indura Beach and Golf Resort: Tops in Central America

If you asked me to name off the top luxury beach resorts in Central America, one of the best would be in…Honduras? Although it might seem far-fetched until you visit it, Indura Resort near Tela ranks up there with the best of them, showing off terrific rooms (all spacious junior suites), attentive service, and far […]

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New Hotels Coming to Latin America in 2015

I’m currently attending the International Luxury Travel Mart conference in the Riviera Maya this week (ILTM Americas) at a hotel I’m always glad to be in again: Fairmont Mayakoba. Through presentations and just bopping around the booths, I’m getting the scoop on what’s on the way next year and beyond. There are supposedly 429 hotels […]

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