Honduras is a democracy with a developing economy. The
national language is Spanish, although English is often spoken in
the Bay Islands. The climate is generally pleasant and temperate,
with dry and wet seasons. The terrain ranges from mountainous to
coastal beaches and jungle lowlands. Hotels and restaurants are
generally adequate in Tegucigalpa, San Pedro Sula, the Bay Islands
and the Copan ruins. Currency exchange is readily available at banks
and hotels in the major cities.
See Photos of our latest Singles Vacations to Honduras.
San Pedro Sula is the second largest city in
Honduras with a population around 500,000. Its major industries
are bananas, coffee, sugar and timber. It is a focal distribution
point for northern and western Honduras with good road links. It
is considered the fastest growing city between Mexico and Colombia.
San Pedro Sula is situated in the lush & fertile valley of the
Ulua (Sula) river, beneath the forested slopes of the Merendon mountains.
TLC conducted its first Singles Vacation to
Honduras with only 5 gentlemen. Since then, the whole concept of
international romance went to a higher level with the industry evolving
immensely. We consistently have a large number of Single Honduras women attend
these events producing a high female/male ratio. Having visited
Honduras many times in the past, we anticipate continued successful
events. The single Honduras women there are unpretentious, very accepting, tolerant,
and down-to-earth. Although not as cosmopolitan as their cousins
in other larger Latin cities, they are happy & uncomplicated
ladies. Honduars women are eager to find a husband, with appearance and age
being of little importance to them.
On Sunday we have a great beach party lasting the entire day at
the resort town of Tela. Invite your favorite lady and enjoy a typical
Honduran meal while gazing into the Caribbean Sea. Optional activities
include river rafting, visiting the Pulhapanzac Water Falls, Mayan
ruins of Copan, or the Bay Islands which includes 3 islands (Roatan
is the largest) for numerous water sports.