Tegucigalpa: World's Most Dangerous City? Honduras (S4E3)

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The statistics speak for themselves, so we know we can't say for sure that Tegucigalpa is 100% safe. But keep in mind we only passed through Tegus'. As backpackers, we followed our common sense and didn't go outside late at night, didn't go in empty streets, and stayed with our Honduran friend Yul for our walk around the city. We met other backpackers, went to the grocery store with them, met super friendly Hondurans, ate good food, saw children playing in front of the cathedrals, teens playing soccer, etc. Just to show you that you shouldn't be scared just because of what you hear in the medias! Go explore and see the country for yourself. :)

Before leaving for Honduras, we went to see the Masaya Artisanal Market in Nicaragua, as well as the city of Leon, where Gab got a little bit sick...

By Maya Dib and Gabriel Batailleur
Instagram @holisticmaya

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Poor Gab! That food poisoning looked brutal. Glad that those dangerous rumors didn't end up being true and you enjoyed your time in Tegucigalpa!

Author — World On A Whim


Never thought about going to Hondouras before. but good it`s safe. I Know Nicaragua can be a bit dangerous. especially in Managua. Hope Gab got over the sickness for the rest of the trip though.

Author — Vegard The Filmmaker


It looks like such a rustic place and glad to hear it is safe. The guy on the bike taxi must be so fit haha

Author — Four Dirty Feet


It's sad to see you sick like this brother! I hope you felt better when you recovered.

Author — Journal of Nomads


C'est cool! We're planing to go there soon. Is good to know it's okay!

Author — Blog Vagando Por Aí


I feel the same way when I go shopping in the market places in Mexico. I think the fun of it is bargaining for the best cost! ;)

Author — Gina Bear


Hola gab & maya, quedo bonito el video pense que no iban a poner algo de Honduras, que bueno que estén bien siempre los recuerdo viendo sus videos, saludos a la distancia.

Author — YGP


I got to say Maya I like your necklace! thats how i totally feel you about markets that bores me.

Author — jaclyn tan


Worth watching video!! Wow the church looks awesome! Too bad gou got sick though.

Author — Bianca & Joh


The church was beautiful, inside and out. Would be nice to visit one day.

Author — In Love and Stuff


J'viens de découvrir votre chaîne je l'adore instantanément! yay :D

Author — Alexa Moïse


Yes, Peru was full of those types of markets. I'm glad you found a local to show you around and didn't run into any trouble.. The only time i've ever traveled and felt somewhat unsafe was in Salvador, Brazil.. we were also out late.. man I think I would have gotten robbed if we weren't three guys. Change the title to : Tegucigalpa the worlds most dangerous city to pronounce.

Author — Here Be Barr


Me gusto el video gracias . Saludos desde Honduras.

Author — crislex rubi


That sky looked apocalyptic! Shame about the food poisoning / illness. Seems like the only dangerous thing was the food you ate!

Author — Sam Was Here


This video looks really awesome. Did you try some of the Honduran food?

Author — Salt and Sandals


The world's most dangerous city for the moment is Caracas, Venezuela (167 homicides per week) but in second place comes San Pedro Sula, Honduras... Tegucigalpa is dangerous AF though, my wife's family is from there. Glad you guys stayed safe :) Keep vlogging, you just made us miss Latin America.

Author — CrisGoatmez


Wow it does not look that scary on the video. By the way the architectural style looks similar to the old Intramuros once was the capital of the Philippines. I visited Intramuros and made a video out of it too. Great sharing mate! Looking forward to more videos from you =)

Author — Tony Phan


Je vien de Tegucigalpa, mais jy suis jamais aller! Merci de me faire voyager au travers les vlogs!!

Author — Fran B


I will be traveling in 2 weeks to Tegucigalpa and I was terrified. This Video and comments have honestly decreased my anxiety.

Author — Daniel Marcos