Honduras tourism is back sooner than expected following the coup of last year
Following the June 2009 coup in which Manuel “Mel” Zelaya was overthrown as the president of Honduras, political unrest in the country lead to a drop in tourism.
But just six months later, the country’s tourism product began to return to normal and now the country is reporting a 10 percent increase in arrivals from this time last year.
The tourism board has organized an array of press and familiarization trips to the country since the unrest began last year to show the industry that everything is back to normal.
Original source: Hotelworld Network