Let’s face it, finding pristine and remote beaches in Central America is a real challenge. We all dream of traveling to the Caribbean Sea and finding a pristine beach in a remote location. We all think of pristine as unspoiled, beautiful and in its natural state. Yet it loses a lot of its charm as soon as we realize that pristine also means with no comfort and services.
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I am happy to share content and give you tips so that you can travel this route and discover the people and the forests of La Moskitia. The proposed itinerary will take you from La Ceiba to Puerto Cabezas by via of the Moskitia. It will be a true adventure that you will love!
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I am fortunate enough to live in the most beautiful area in Central America: The Cangrejal River Valley. My home and business is a lovely eco-lodge bed and breakfast called La Villa de Soledad. Following are 6 good reasons why Pico Bonito National my favorite national park in Honduras.
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Honduras is a small country, so you can only imagine that there are few things to do in Honduras right? Wrong! Honduras is a small country, but there are many great things to do in Honduras! Following is a compilation of the top things to do in Honduras.
The Honduras Moskitia offers the perfect setting for the Ultimate Expedition. Yes, even today, in the XXI st Century you will find unique places to explore. This is one of them! Find out about this great adventure!
Having just traveled by road between La Ceiba and Tegucigalpa last week, I cannot but chuckle when I remember the tales I have heard.
I knew that many additions had been made to the site, and was expecting the worse. Yet, I am happy to say that as a general rule, changes have been for the better!
The Mosquito Coast is shared by Honduras and Nicaragua. It is home to a large tract of tropical jungles in Cetnral America. It is actually like a “Little Amazon”.