Gain insights about Tegucigalpa and visit villages in the cloud forest around the capital of Honduras during this full-day tour. Visit churches and monuments in the city, then travel in private transportation to see the cobblestone streets, artisans, and crafts in the town of Valle de Angeles as well as the natural beauty of La Tigra National Park.
Paddle around Yojoa Lake, the largest lake in Honduras and an increasingly popular tourist hotspot, on this all-day tour from Tegucigalpa. On the way, stop at the Taulabé Caves, which are part of a natural cave system. Following that, head to the lake to kayak and possibly take a dip in the waters. After that, travel to Pulhapanzak Waterfalls before returning to the city.
Explore trails, rivers, and natural beauty near Tegucigalpa, Honduras on this full-day trip to Nueva Armenia from the capital. Travel in a private 4X4 Land Cruiser to reach the mountain town of Nueva Armenia and the trailhead. During a moderate hike, cross small rivers, see natural pools, and enjoy views of Tegucigalpa. After lunch in Nueva Armenia (not included), return to the city.
Visit the colonial town of La Paz, the agricultural towns of Lejamaní and Ajuterique, and Comayagua on this all-day guided tour from Tegucigalpa. In La Paz, wander around the square with a cup of coffee (which the town is known for) and stop at the Marble Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help. In Comayagua, view colonial-style Catholic churches and the cathedral’s mechanical clock that’s been working for more than 900 years.
Discover Honduran food and culture in the town of Sabanagrande on this all-day tour. Learn about the region’s agriculture and crops such as corn and beans before trying the area’s specialities. Continue onto San Buenaventura, Ojojona, and Santa Ana and taste other traditional foods including soups, yuca, pupusas (stuffed cornmeal patties cooked on a griddle), tamales, and grilled meat. Food and beverages are not included in the price of the tour.
During the colonial periods, the mountains around Santa Lucia were mined for some time, that's why the city became so important for the Spanish Crown. In the mountain, just 5 minutes from the Valley of Angels we can find the town of San Juancito, where the New York and Honduras Rosario Mining Co. operated from 1880 to 1954. Valle de Angeles is a small and quiet community located very close to Tegucigalpa , famous for its natural environment, its friendly people, its mining history, its delicious typical food and its crafts, activity for which it is known as "The Cradle of Craftsmen".