San Pedro Sula offers an adequate business environment and a history of over 100 years of success for companies that have made it their base of operations. Besides the abundance of qualified human resource, Honduras is also appealing due to its proximity and similar time zones as well as affinity to both American and European cultures.
Foreign investors and expatriates living, or visiting Honduras, will find living conditions comfortable. Shopping malls and supermarkets carry products similar to those sold in the US and are conveniently located throughout the city. There is a wide selection of restaurants that offer continental and Asiatic cuisine as well as local specialties.
Movie theatres feature first run films at about the same time they are shown in the US. A wide variety of Cable TV providers offer over twenty English language channels and Satellite TV distributors will install and service individual home units at a reasonable cost. The lifestyle at San Pedro Sula is ideal for those seeking a lush tropical setting with all of the modern conveniences and amenities available.
San Pedro Sula has a wide variety of activities within its city limits. Country clubs have swimming pools and tennis courts and there are world-class golf courses located about 20 minutes from the city.
San Pedro Sula offers the advantages of a cosmopolitan city, with the slow pace of a small town. The city has become a hub for business, as well as a tourism destination. It serves as a base from which to visit many different destinations. Beautiful beaches and great local sights just 45 minutes away make this the perfect place to live and work!
Honduras is considered a biodiversity hotspot because of the numerous plant and animal species that can be found here.
- Hosting more than 6,000 species of vascular plants
- Around 250 reptiles and amphibians
- More than 700 bird species
- And 110 mammal species.
In the northeastern region of La Mosquitia lies the Río Plátano Biosphere Reserve, a lowland rainforest that is home to a great diversity of life. It was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites List in 1982.