As the second largest country in Central America, Honduras has a lot to offer adventurous visitors to its shores. Don’t miss out on the popular Bay Islands, with some high-quality diving, and the chance to swim with dolphins. If you’re looking for something a little less wild, then mainland Honduras has beaches scattered across its towns, including Trujillo, where can explore pirate history. Sometimes overlooked in favour of the natural sites, some of the cities should not be forgotten. Colonial architecture stands proud in Tegucigalpa, while festival season brings colour and music to the carnival of La Ceiba, and Comayagua, for their Semana Santa Celebrations. It’s hard not to be drawn to the Afro-Caribbean culture, and the indigenous communities that especially dominate the Rio Platano Biosphere Reserve, living happily alongside the exotic wildlife that call it home. Passion and beauty is there, if you take the chance to find it.