Hostels in Tegucigalpa, Honduras

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Tegucigalpa, Honduras is the country's capital. In terms of appeal, Tegucigalpa is not the most fabulous city to visit, but if you’re passing through -- especially around Easter -- it is worth the stopover. Honduras as a whole has a pretty bad rap sheet for violent crime; however, visiting Tegucigalpa during the annual Holy Week celebrations and witnessing the community feel of the events that take place, you can easily think that it must be a mistake. Come to Tegucigalpa with no expectations, check into one of the many modern Tegucigalpa, Honduras hostels available, and let this city show you another side of its vibrant personality.

The best time to visit Tegucigalpa is during Easter or, Holy Week. Many locals leave the city in favour of beach villages, but those that remain stay for a very iconic and traditional celebration -- the making of sawdust carpets. The carpets are created over a twenty-four-hour period and go for a kilometre or two close by the Cathedral. Using colourful sawdust and or sand, different community groups come together to make beautiful designs, patterns, and pictures. Make sure to visit the night before Good Friday, though, because a procession of patron saints leaves early from the church and completely destroys the carpets. Finding a hostel in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, during the celebration shouldn’t be too difficult either, but it would still be in your best interest to book in advance. You will have a choice of modern hostels in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, that feature the comforts of home, and the city itself will provide a nice break from your travels.

Otherwise, Tegucigalpa is much like any other capital city. You can visit museums, plazas, churches, restaurants, or do some shopping. If you have time available, get out of town for the day and visit the close by villages of Santa Lucia and the Valley of Angels, both quaint little towns worthy of a short visit, or even check out one of the nearby national parks for a spot of hiking and nature.

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Tegucigalpa Hostel Cheatsheet

Above we list every single hostel there is in the city. Let us take a broader look at what you can expect - and what not. We created this cheatsheet for you to get a more complete picture of the hostel quality in Tegucigalpa, average prices and types of hostels to choose from.
2 Total number of hostels
$12 Average dorm price
$12 Cheapest hostel in Tegucigalpa
Palmira Hostel is the cheapest
1 Party hostels in Tegucigalpa
Palmira Hostel is the best rated
7.7 Average rating of all hostels

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