I Prefer the Jungle Bugs Versus Sand Flies Any Day! Those who do some research before their trip to the islands are aware of the infamous “noseeums”. These are tiny little insects that are so small, they are hard to see. They might not be easy to see, but you can tell when these critters preyed on an unsuspecting traveler.
This month, I took a trip to Cuero y Salado Wildlife Refuge with some guests. The Refuge is about 30 km. West of La Ceiba, following the CA13 highway in direction of San Pedro Sula. Cuero y Salado is a marine estuary, formed by the Cuero and Salado Rivers.
“Notes from the Forest” is about the different trees around Copan. The purpose of it was to help the visitor identify the most outstanding trees in the forest. Mimi de Castro, a the author.
I knew that many additions had been made to the site, and was expecting the worse. Yet, I am happy to say that as a general rule, changes have been for the better!
Yes, there really is a Honduras Bird Man. I met him about 20 years ago in Roatan. Back then, he was also a fish man.
The Mosquito Coast is shared by Honduras and Nicaragua. It is home to a large tract of tropical jungles in Cetnral America. It is actually like a “Little Amazon”.
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The Cangrejal River offers class III, IV, and even V rapids, it is easily accessible from the city of La Ceiba and makes for a great outdoor adventure.
If you have traveled by land between San Pedro Sula and Tela, you cannot have missed those unique roadside African Palm plantations that appear so lush, orderly, even beautiful along the roadside.
Deep in the Nombre de Dios Mountains, near the Garifuna Village of Sambo Creek, you will find some truly unique hot springs in the middle of the jungle.