Ecological Tourism Honduras

If you are a person who likes to be close to nature, when planning your next trip I would like you to keep in mind ecological tourism of our country. Honduras has many forests, beaches, coral reefs and a large number of protected areas ideal for tourism.

-Bay Islands

 

 

 

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The Bay Islands are formed by Utila, Roatan and Guanaja. One of the principal attraction of Utila is the second largest reef in the world after Australia. With over 60 different scuba diving sites including caves and wrecks. Also Utila has a diversity of Hotels, Bars and Restaurants. Guanaja is an island visited by divers for its warm, clear waters that hold part of the second largest coral reef in the world, also visited by nature lovers, biologists who want to know the biodiversity on the island, trees and plants, animals and fish. Roatan has the most beautiful beaches in Central America, because of its pure white sand and clear water. These tropical islands are worth visiting, is a paradise on earth.

Its tourist attractions are:
Stone castle: cameo School, selling carved stone and snails.
The beach and the sea, also the reef barrier and vegetation.

 

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-Cayos Cochinos

 

Cayos Cochinos is a group of islands that has a diversity of marine reserve and coral cays that is its most popular attraction.

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-Rio Platano Biosphere

 

It consists of many species of mammals such as: capuchin monkeys, ocelot and bobcat, lynx, jaguar, among others. Birds like toucans and macaws. Aquatic mammals such as manatees and other species such as pythons and anacondas.
It has trees 50 meters high and a great diversity of these.

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