Honduras: Christmas Traditions

“La Gringa” documents the preparations for Christmas in La Ceiba, Honduras: “Christmas traditions in La Ceiba aren't so different from those in the U.S., depending, of course, on the income level of the family. The traditions here in La Ceiba may have been influenced by the long-time presence of the Standard Fruit Company (Dole Co.), at one time the largest employer in the area.”

21 comments

  • Jessiiiiiie.

    hey ladies and gentleman.

  • yam

    do yall put trees up

  • Ingrid Orellana

    Christmas in honduras is very special children are outside at nigth time throuwing fire crackers waiting till midnite to open there presents.
    we eat our special treat like tamales pork potato salad and yes we do put christmas trees so there you go if you have any more questions e-mail me

    Thank you,
    Ingrid

  • CW

    how do they celebrate christmas in central african repulic?

  • ally

    How is christmas celebrated in paraguay and what religious traditions do they have?

  • adrian dugas

    how do they say marry cristmas

  • jj cool breeze

    feliz navida! you know like in the song feliz navida prospero anos feliz y da?

  • Caroline

    i am only on because a project for school but this website is primarily for people with knowledge to response to the public’s questions but there is a shortage of knowledgeable people so most questions go unanswered.
    Sorry

  • allison

    what is Honduras’s main tradition?

  • beth

    hello ingrid
    my boyfriend is from honduras and here in the united states and i would like to make it special for him .how do i make a honduran christmas so he feel closer to his love ones

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