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Trujillo, Honduras See, Eat and Shop

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Trujillo, Honduras

Check out the Mahoguay River Valley via zip line, and you’ll have views of not only the river itself, but also Mount Calentura, a cloud-forest canopy, a series of dramatic rock formations and some of the only visible bits of the 500-year-old...

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Puerto Castilla, Honduras

Explore the wetlands and mangrove-flanked canals of the Guaimoreto Lagoon, home to innumerable creatures, including seabirds, crocodiles, caimans, iguanas, monkeys, turtles, manatees and sloths. Kayaking is likelier to get you up close and...

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Trujillo, Honduras

Though starfish are, well, the stars of a Starfish Bay excursion, the ride out is a treat unto itself, with wide-open views of the lush Honduran coast. On arrival at the floating platform that will serve as your base for the next hour,...

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8 kilometros de Trujillo hacia Santa Fe, Honduras

As befits a trip to a nature park, you can skip a motorized transfer in favor of a trusty steed (or mare). After you’re paired with one at the Campamento stables, you and your fellow riders will follow a guide along the stretch of shoreline...

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Trujillo, Honduras

The area in and around Trujillo’s Parque Central offers a lovely, leafy stroll through the colonial portion of town. You’ll find the 19th-century Catedral de San Juan Bautista, a few other Spanish (and French) colonial-era buildings...

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Trujillo, Honduras

Café Vino Tinto is a just-right blend of international beach fare (read: burgers, quesadillas, nachos), fresh local seafood and—as the name would suggest—red wines by the glass. Situated on the Mirador (or overlook), the...

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Trujillo, Honduras

Though El Delfin is basically a stadium-seating paean to beach views, the best seats in the restaurant are arguably the ground-floor, feet-in-the-sand variety. Beyond the beautiful bayside position, there’s the fresh seafood and a...

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Jerico, Honduras

Made in Honduras is artisan-owned and artisan-operated, and sells local sea-glass jewelry, calabash thumb drums, crocheted wire jewelry, coconut-shell crafts and tree-bark paintings.

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Barrio Cristales, Trujillo, Honduras

In the village of Cristales, you’ll see a bit of local Garifuna life—and find a shop called Gariarte, home to crafts such as cloth dolls, coconut-leaf baskets and calabash maracas.