The hostel facility has a total of 7 rooms. Most of them have bunk beds and can accommodate from 2 to 6 persons in a room. The fact that electricity is now available, means that locals can provide better facilities, including food and drink to guests staying overnight in the refuge.
Cuero y Salado Wildlife Refuge
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Let’s face it, most travelers visiting Central America are looking for adventure or nature experiences. Many are looking for both. Honduras is no exception and offers many different alternatives. Without doubt the top adventure and nature hotspot in Honduras is the Cangrejal River Valley.
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As I relax in one of the many hammocks available for guests at La Villa de Soledad B&B I can only relate to the slogan that they use to promote their location: Relax in Nature…