Honduras' Caribbean Coast Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Honduras' Caribbean Coast - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Casa de Cultura

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Tela is a great place to learn more about the Garífuna culture. In the south of old town is the Casa de Cultura, a community theater...

Jardín Botánico Lancetilla

  • Garden/Arboretum

This botanical garden, the second largest in the world, holds more than 1,200 varieties of plants marked by name, country of origin,...

Miami

  • Town/Village

West of Tela beyond Tornabé is Miami, a pleasant community on the Laguna de Los Micos. This is the most traditional of Tela's nearby...

Parque Nacional Jeanette Kawas

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One of the most geographically diverse nature preserves in the country is Parque Nacional Jeanette Kawas, named for a slain environmentalist...

Refugio de Vida Silvestre Punta Izopo

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It's essential to hire a guide if you want to visit Refugio de Vida Silvestre Punta Izopo, a wildlife refuge east of Tela that's irrigated...

Tornabéand San Juan

  • Town/Village

Friendly Tornabéand San Juan, both west of Tela, have a string of beachfront Garífuna eateries; if you need to stay the night here,...

Triunfo de la Cruz

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There are several villages near Tela where you can experience Garífuna life firsthand. To the east of Tela are Triunfo de la Cruz and...

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