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Tegucigalpa

Tegucigalpa, officially called Municipality Central District (abbreviated Tegucigalpa, MCD), commonly known as Tegus, is the capital and seat of government of the Republic of Honduras, along with its twin city Comayagüela. The Central District is located at the south central mountains of Honduras in the department of Francisco Morazán, which is also the provincial capital. The metropolitan area of ​​Tegucigalpa and Comayagüela is in a valley surrounded by mountains and both being twin cities are geologically separated by the Choluteca River basin which crosses them. The Central District is the largest and most populous municipality of Francisco Morazan and the fourteenth largest of Honduras. Tegucigalpa and Comayagüela together, is the largest and most populous city in Honduras. Most sources suggest that the origin and meaning of the word Tegucigalpa is derived from the Nahuatl language. Its exact meaning is open to interpretation, but the most common version between popular belief is derived from the Nahuatl word Taguz-galpa which means silver hills. Like much of central Honduras, the city has a tropical climate, though tempered by the altitude, meaning less humid than the lower valleys and the coastal regions. It has two seasons, the cool dry season begins in November and ends in March and the rainy warm season begins in April and ends in October.

Tegucigalpa

Corn Island

Corn Island

Corn Island consists of two small neighboring islands , this town turns out to be a true Caribbean paradise with its many white sand beaches and clear turquoise water color, its coconut groves , coral reefs and the immense tranquility of their surroundings. It is the Great Corn Island, with its various neighborhoods and hills protruding from its rather flat surface ; and to the north is the tiny Little Corn Island, less crowded and more peaceful . Both services include hotels, restaurants and local tour operators . The most important conclusion is native Crab Feast , which takes place on 27 and 28 August . It is possible to walk around the island in about 2 hours , crossing streets and roads. In the South point, 'El Bluff', there are rocks that can be scaled so shoes suitable for this activity is needed. In the tower near the football field at South End there are beautiful views of the island. There are several ways to explore the island. Walking is an option, but to see more in less time , bicycles , golf carts or motorcycles are quite useful.


Bluefields

Bluefields is a town in the South Atlantic Autonomous Region, Nicaragua. Its county seat is Bluefields, currently administrative headquarters of the Autonomous Regional Government of the South Atlantic. Its geographical position is between the coordinates 12 ° 00 'north latitude and 83 ° 45' west longitude. The municipal seat is located 383 kilometers from Managua. The 'Palo de Mayo' (Maypole) is the most famous and attractive holiday Bluefields. This cultural sample was derived from the British custom of celebrating the arrival of spring on the first of May, a month when the rainy season starts in Nicaragua. The holidays always culminate on May 31, at night, when thousands of people take to the streets in a massive parade called "Tulululu", in which blufileños dance to drums and trumpets along the main streets of Bluefields.

Bluefields

Puerto Cabezas

Puerto Cabezas

Puerto Cabezas is a municipality in the North Atlantic Autonomous Region (RAAN ) in Nicaragua , is the capital of the North Atlantic Autonomous Region . Recently, the city was officially named Bilwi and Puerto Cabezas municipality - although most people refer to the city as Puerto Cabezas. It is located 560 kilometers northeast of Managua. The official languages ​​are Spanish RAAN , Miskito, Sumo , and English. Spanish is spoken predominantly however, a large segment of the population speaks Miskitu . Each ethnic group celebrates their own culture events , each according to cultural traditions and historic features ; and we see separate special parties as the Miskito ethnic celebrations that helps them preserve the memory and culture of their ancestors (accompanied oratorical indigenous cultural events , dances Miskito , choice of indigenous queens and communal feasts ) . The creoles maintain their tradition with 'Palo de Mayo' (Maypole) and typical food as rondón, the "pati", bread with coconut and "plantitak" among other culinary customs.


Waspan

The peaceful town of Waspam lies in the heart of Miskito territory. Life in the area revolves around the Rio Coco (one of the biggest rivers in the country). This is a must-go destination in Nicaragua, The Río Coco - and the 114 communities scattered alongside it and in the nearby pine savannah - is also the one reason why a visitor would venture as far as Waspam. Once you’re there, excursions into the Bosawás biosphere reserve can be arranged to see parrots, monkeys, and other wildlife.

Waspan

Siuna

Siuna

Siuna north Bonanzas Township is among the coordinates 13 ° 44 'north latitude and 84 ° 46' west a distance of 318 kilometers from Managua, the capital. The population is mostly Catholic Siuna, although there are other churches with a presence in the town. They are, Assemblies of God, Christian Assembly, Maranatha, Pentecost, United Maranatha, Jordan, Morava, Catholic, Faith in Christ Jesus, United Assemblies, Jehovah's Witnesses, Seventh Day Adventist and. In the village there is a zonal Pastoral Committee, composed of 7 members representing different religious denominations. The inhabitants of the urban sector make festive day dedicated to the Virgin of Fatima, The Lord of Esquipulas and the Virgin. The Maypole, although very little is held by some groups of the population (Jamaican Creole origin).


Bonanza

Bonanza is located in the central sector of the North Atlantic Autonomous Region (RAAN) and has an area of 2,039 km2. Its county seat is Bonanza, a city 480 km far from Managua, the capital. The main economic activity of the municipality is the mining, agricultural production also. The main festivals celebrated are those of the Moravian Church, primarily Easter, during which no work is done, the Moravian worship and fasting held Thursday and Friday. Furthermore, the Catholic holidays are celebrated in honor of St. Jerome (September 30th), San Francisco (October 4) and Immaculate (December 7). There own indigenous culture festivals, such as: Asamlawana, is a form of planning the vision and mission of the community. It is the beginning of the year, every three years. Asamba or sawda, held in early January in honor of the God of Cerro Cola Blanca.

Bonanza