As with the rest of Honduras, chic coffee shops are serving gourmet in La Ceiba. It is refreshing to know that you can find World Class Honduras coffee right here, in La Ceiba. Following is a selection of the top coffee shops in La Ceiba where you can relax while you drink a great cup of Honduras grown coffee.
Believe me, Grandma and Grandpa will absolutely love visiting the Macaw Mountain Bird Park. Young kids have an absolute blast in the park. They love to run up and down the trails, stop and see the birds and even play they are pirates by putting a big macaw on their shoulders.
Welcome to the coffee harvesting season in Honduras! Each year, between the months of October and February, there is a flurry of activity in the coffee farms. Just about everybody participates in some way on making sure the harvesting and processing of coffee takes place.
Bold colors, great blown up photos of La Ceiba and surroundings and the aroma of coffee will welcome you to this gourmet Honduran coffee shop. This is the perfect place to come in for a great cup of coffee, take advantage of the free wifi for clients.
If my advice is any good, make sure you stop at the new Café Welchez at Santa Isabel during your next trip to Copan Ruinas. It is the perfect Honduras Style highway rest stop. Stretch your legs, have an invigorating cup of coffee and enjoy nice sweet bite.
Plaza Café, one of the leading, upscale, gourmet coffee shops in Honduras has opened its doors in La Ceiba. Plaza Café now has locations in three different cities. Gracias Lempira, Santa Rosa de Copan and La Ceiba!
Santa Rosa de Copan has a variety of gourmet coffee shops and bars. Most are owned by coffee producers, and they compete to see who offers the best cup of coffee.
he area is home to some of the best coffee producing land in Central America. Sitting at altitudes between four and five thousand feet above sea level, the climate is ideal for coffee.
There is a new popular trend in Honduras. Many of the top coffee producers are now opening up their own gourmet coffee shops and serving their coffee.
Yes, there really is a Honduras Bird Man. I met him about 20 years ago in Roatan. Back then, he was also a fish man.