The climate of Honduras varies according to the region. The Caribbean lowlands are the wettest with the maximum amount of rainfall while the Pacific Lowlands are drier. The interior highlands are dry and witnesses decrease in the temperatures with gain in the elevation of the land.
Most of Honduras is covered with mountainous regions. However, the coastal areas also have plains. Forests are also found abundantly in the country. The Rio Platano Biosphere Reserve is a UNESCO World heritage site.