Pristine white sand beaches, no crowds, abundant wildlife – the North Coast of Honduras has a lot to offer. Join us on this weeklong water-based exploration as we travel from Jeanette Kawas National Park on Tela Bay, Cuero y Salado Wildlife Refuge, the free flowing Rio Cangrejal, to the hidden gem of Cayos Cochinos. This is the main area of the Afro-Carib Garifuna Culture with traditional seafood meals, spice & herb rum drink (gafeti), and fun & lively dance and drum sessions. Just two hours from the US, if you looking for a quick trip to the tropics to warm your soul, this nicely paced trip packs a lot of beach, nature and culture into a week long adventure.
|1||Arrive San Pedro Sula and Transfer to Tela|
|2||Punta Sal/Kayaking Laguna de los Micos|
|3||Kayaking Cuero y Salado Wildlife Refuge, transfer to La Ceiba|
|4||Snorkeling on the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef at Cayos Cochinos|
|5||Kayaking Laguna de Cacao, Hotsprings, Volcanic Mud Massage|
|6||Rafting the Rio Cangrejal & Hiking Pico Bonito National Park|
|7||Transfer to San Pedro Sula|