Where is Honduras located? What are some main landforms? What food do Hondurans eat? What language do Hondurans speak? How did Honduras become Honduras? These are all questions you might have, and in this paper all will be answered. You will learn more about the geography, society, people, their lifestyles, and the history of Honduras.
Honduras has many landforms that differ from beautiful sandy beaches to furious rugged mountains. The highest point above sea level is Cerro Las Minas; it stands 2,870 meters above sea level. There is also the Sierra de la Botija mountain range which is located along the border of Honduras and Nicaragua. There are also many other mountain regions such as Cerro El Pital, Pico Bonito, Montaña Cerro Grande, and the Cerro El Eslabón. These are only a few of the Honduran mountains. Honduras has a lot of mountains and some mountain ranges.
Like I said before, Honduras has beautiful sandy beaches, these are actually the Caribbean and Pacific coastlines. Most of the beaches of Honduras are white-sand beaches that have a large variety of wildlife. They contain more than 700 species of birds; among these is the harpy eagle, one of the largest of its kind. There are also animals such as pumas, jaguars, ocelots, giant anteaters, tapirs, and many more. The beaches of Honduras are beautiful and attract many animals; they also attract the guests of Honduras.
Honduras also has many other landforms like the plateaus used for terraces and the valleys the mountains create. There is also the ocean which is used for fishing and swimming. There are many landforms in Honduras and all are used to the Hondurans advantage.
Honduras has a republic government with a president, legislature, and military leaders. The Constitution of Honduras was adopted in 1965. Under this constitution, the people elect the president to head the legislature and to help make the country’s laws. The county’s military has much influence on Honduras’s government, there has been many times when the military took complete control over Honduras’s government. Honduras has a...