The country's best known destination is the ancient Maya city of Copan, a UNESCO World Heritage site located in the tropical jungle of Honduras that welcomes visitors interested in history, archaeology and adventure and features more than 4,500 ancient structures. The Bay Islands, including Roatan, Utila and Guanaja, famed for their fine white-sand beaches and access to the world's second largest barrier reef, are also a major draw. Additionally, lesser-known eco-travel attractions, such as the Celaque and Pico Bonito National Parks, were highlighted by the selection panel.
In 2015 Honduras, the leading coffee exporter in Central America, announced the launch of the "Coffee Route", its newest travel offering that invites tourists to closely observe the coffee-making process from seed to cup in the country's coffee-producing regions.
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