These free, printable travel maps are divided into six regions:
- Copán and Western Honduras
- The North Coast
- The Bay Islands
- San Pedro Sula and Central Honduras
- Tegucigalpa and Southern Honduras
- The Mosquitia and Olancho
Explore Honduras with these useful travel maps from Moon.
Travel Maps of Honduras
Copán and Western Honduras
The Mayan ruins of Copán beguile travelers with their profusion of statues and glyphs carved in stone. Nearby, Santa Rosa de Copán and Gracias offer glimpses into small-town Honduran life and are launching points for exploring the mountainous countryside.
The North Coast
A different side of Honduras is revealed in the north coast jungles. Search for a shy manatee or quiet crocodile in the shimmering lagoons. Raft down the Río Cangrejal or go for a hike in the verdant Parque Nacional Pico Bonito, then retire to one of the nearby ecolodges.
The Bay Islands
The Bay Islands are Caribbean jewels of palm trees and sandy beaches lapped by turquoise waves, ringed by some of the finest coral reef in the hemisphere. It’s paradise for snorkelers and scuba divers.
San Pedro Sula and Central Honduras
San Pedro Sula is the country’s business capital. Bird-spotting at Honduras’s largest lake, Lago de Yojoa, and swimming at its highest waterfall, Pulhapanzak Falls, as well as the golden beaches of Tela, Omoa, and Puerto Cortés, make for easy day trips from San Pedro.
Tegucigalpa and Southern Honduras
Day-trippers from Tegucigalpa, Honduras’s political capital, can take their pick of colonial towns like Valle de Ángeles, or head to the Golfo de Fonseca for a swim in the Pacific.
The Mosquitia and Olancho
Farther east lies the Mosquitia — Honduras’s fabled Mosquito Coast, the country’s least accessible region. Intrepid adventurers are rewarded by miles of undisturbed tropical rainforest.