Honduras is found in Central America and shares borders with Guatemala, El Salvador, and Nicaragua. Its northern border is along the Caribbean Sea — which is excellent for the country’s expanding tourism industry. Tourists are attracted to the country’s beaches and coral reefs in addition to its national parks and Mayan ruins.
Hondurans in Toronto
|In the GTA: 1,750||In Toronto: 1,020|
Settlement Services in the GTA
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