Yojoa Lake & Pulhapanzak Waterfall

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The traveler will have the opportunity to know the natural wonders of Honduras, where he will be able to know his history and more important data of each one of the sites that he will visit in this tour. You will also have valuable historical information about settlements of the pre-Hispanic season of towns that were there even before the Maya.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Honduras Traveling

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Cuevas de Taulabe

The Taulabe Caves, are a system of caves very recognized nationally and internationally for their impressive beauty, natural and archaeological wealth. That is why they have been named Natural Monument of Honduras and in 2011 it was chosen as one of the 30 wonders of the country.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Los Naranjos Ecological Park

Los Naranjos Eco Archaeological Park is one of the oldest archeological sites in Honduras, with more than 2,500 years old. Its origin dates from 800 BC. and precedes for almost 1000 years to the Archaeological site of Copan. Los Naranjos is considered one of the oldest human settlements registered in Honduras. It is an archaeological site that keeps important vestiges of the ancient Proto-Lencas and Olmec cultures.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Lake Yojoa

Lake Yojoa is the only natural freshwater lake that owns the Honduran territory, was declared protected area No. 5 in the Multiple Use Category under Legislative Decree No. 71, on December 8, 1971, It was also declared a Wetland of International importance No. 1467 in 2005 by the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands. The impressive Yojoa Lake is located 157 kilometers from the capital city Tegucigalpa, and 84 kilometers from San Pedro Sula. Between the departments of Cortes, Comayagua and Santa Barbara, central western area of the country.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Cataratas Pulhapanzak

Pulhapanzak Waterfalls, in addition to being one of the most visited tourist sites for having the most famous, beautiful and largest waterfall in Honduras, are also a site of great cultural and archaeological importance since in its surroundings there have been traces of human settlements prehispanic The word Pulhapanzak comes from the Nahuatl language and means "Agua Blanca", others believe that the term comes from native indigenous languages and means "Rio de Agua Blanca", "Waterfall" or "Rebalse Río Blanco".

Duration: 1 hour
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