Explore the most popular Parks in Honduras with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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Fit Katra
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HikingBugsFloodedMuddyOff trailScramble

AllTrail please update the distance of this hike. I started hiking at 2:30am summit 6:50am it was a raining at the peak. I finished 10:50 almost 8 round trip. Be prepared trail difficult due to rock, tree, mud. I didn’t in one Day. Distance is 20.9 almost 21 miles round trip. Follow me on Instagram @fitkatra and is you have question DM me

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Ani Casanova
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HikingMuddy
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Dun Grover
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Hiking

Rawacala Ecopark is 15 minutes from Omoa and is an adventure park where you can canopy, rappel, mountain bike, hike, and birdwatch. Trails are well-maintained and excellent guides. The river is remarkably how green and mossy it is, pack to hike and get wet! For details see http://www.rawacala.com

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Dun Grover
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Hiking

Located in La Estanzuela Park is an out-and-back trail, well-marked to archeological site in a cave, which reportedly had oldest rock art that has been found in Central America.

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Dun Grover
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Hiking

Located in La Estanzuela Park, Cascada La Estanzuela is just a short walk from parking. Trail leads right up to (and behind) the waterfall.

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Dun Grover
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Hiking

Out-and-back 3.5 km trail, relatively well-marked, overgrown in its own beautiful way. GPS recording bit off but route is clear enough. Trail runs along a creek and ends at large waterfall. Lots of great trees, plants and birds to see.

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Dun Grover
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Hiking

This out-and-back 5.5km hike is moderate. Located in Pico Bonito Park, the trail begins at the Pico Bonito Lodge. Multiple bird watching hot spots and beautiful waterfalls with cool, fresh water to swim in after sweating in the rain forest.

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Ross Cabrera
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Hiking

moderate difficulty and well maintained. not uncommon to find folks walking up and down the trail. full of spectacular views including one of the whole city of La Ceiba.

Dun Grover
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Hiking

Entrance at El Rosario near the mining town of San Juancito, this trail runs about 2.5 hours out and back, connecting at the end with La Cascada Trail. Less frequented than the principal trail, Sendero La Mina offers different view of the park and runs by several abandoned mines. El Rosario is itself a former mining town itself that has a ghost town vibe to it, interesting to explore after your hike.

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Dun Grover
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Hiking

Trail head is on RN25 past Valle de Angeles on the edge of La Tigra Park. Well marked trail that runs through old silver mining area. Easy hike that is good for birdwatchers.

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Dun Grover
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Hiking

Called the ‘lungs of Tegucigalpa’ Juana Lainez Park features newly renovated pedestrian and bike path with 360 degree views of Tegucigalpa. Located near downtown market, it is fully fenced safe and secure area to run, walk or bike.

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Dun Grover
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Hiking

Pico Bonito Park is the largest and most bio-diverse park in Honduras. There are a multitude of trails through the park. This trail starts at the Cangrejal River at Los Lobos and leads up to La Cascada trail, exiting at the Pico Bonito National Park visitor center. Walk along the El Bejuco Creek creek to the waterfall with multiple swimming holes and falls. An entrance fee is required at visitor’s center. Guide recommended.

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Dun Grover
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Hiking

The trail starts at Lefebre to Puerto Caribe to Puerto Escondido. Tropical rainforest that is protected reserve for multitude of animals, including howler monkeys, variety of birds, reptiles. Boat required to reach park, with stops at Cocolitos Beach and rocky point on the way. Guide recommended.

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Dun Grover
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Hiking

Cerro Azul Meámbar National Park, also called ‘PANACAM’ features 4 trails with hikes between 1 and 7km. The park has two waterfalls, numerous lookouts over Lake Yojoa and a variety of birds, creeks and tropical trees. The paths are well-marked. Entrance is at Panacam Lodge.

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Dun Grover
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Hiking
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Helen Vasquez
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Hiking
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Celia Romero
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Hiking
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Zaid Fadul
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Hiking
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T Stone
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Hiking
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Roland Rumm
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Hiking
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Dun Grover
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Hiking
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T Stone
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Hiking
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T Stone
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Hiking
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Roland Rumm
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Hiking
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George Saravia
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Mountain biking
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Dun Grover
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Hiking
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