The U.N. World Tourism Organization says it is pleased that Honduras’ Tour Operators International has received a $15 million U.K. grant for its upcoming tour of the Central American country.
The U.A.E. group, which has been touring Honduras for the past six years, will begin with a three-day tour of Tegucigalpa.
It will then travel to Mexico City and then the capital, where it will visit a large number of cities, including La Esperanza, Teguculán, Guanajuato, and Manzanillo.
The tour includes a tour of La Esperanzas most historic city, the ruins of the city’s famous pyramids, and the famous El Pueblo.
Tour Operators also hopes to have the tour covered by a Spanish-language TV show, “El Pueble de Tlacopan,” which will air later this year.
Honduras has a rich cultural heritage and a rich and vibrant history, which makes it an ideal place to conduct an event like this, said David A. Mazzagatti, president of the U.AXA.
He added that the UBA will be able to secure the necessary financing from the UBDA.
Tour operators have toured Honduras more than 150 times in the past decade.
Mazzagati said the UABDA has supported the group’s work to develop the country and that it hopes the UDAA will be a partner in Honduras.
He said the group will travel to Honduras in the spring to continue the work, which is in its infancy.