Discover the beautiful natural environment of La Tigra National Park and check out El Picacho during this full-day hiking expedition near Tegucigalpa. Explore the waterfalls, lush mountain cloud forests, scenic overlooks and wildlife of La Tigra National Park on foot during a morning hike. A waiting car will be at the other side of the park to take you to El Picacho, where you’ll admire city views of Tegucigalpa before returning to your hotel. This trip to La Tigra and El Picacho also includes a driver, guide, park entrance fees and round-trip hotel transport by 4x4.
Valle de Angeles is a Spanish mining town that retains its 16th-century charm and character. This half-day tour from Tegucigalpa, Honduras is designed for travelers who want to see the town's church and peaceful plaza and shop for local handicrafts including wood carvings, baskets, ceramics, leatherwork, paintings, dolls, and wicker and wood furniture all within easy reach of the capital.
Experience the highlights of Tegucigalpa, both old and new, during this 3.5-hour walking tour. During your visit you’ll check out the 18th-century cathedral of San Miguel, learn about the history of Honduras at The Museum of National Identity (MIN), admire the church of Los Dolores and see the National Archives, plus much more. It’s a great introduction to the capital of Honduras for first-time and experienced visitors alike. Your Tegucigalpa visit also includes entrance fees and a guide.
In Honduras a wide variety of fine handicrafts are made, the artisanal industry, organized in most cases in the form of cooperatives, is widespread throughout the country, and contributes greatly to the development of the national economy.
Crockery, vases, vases and vases are made of clay and clay, furniture and baskets are made of mambu and wicker, wood is transformed into trunks, fruit bowls and dining sets and palm in baskets, hats, fans and wallets.
La Tigra National Park encompasses an impressive cloud forest that extends over 238 km2. The elevations in the park range from more than four thousand to almost seven thousand feet above sea level. Considered one of the richest habitats in the world, with good hiking trails and a great diversity of flora and fauna such as bromeliads, orchids, oak and a large number of native species and migratory birds.
Tegucigalpa, the capital of Honduras is a mixture of colonial historical heritage and modernism of a contemporary metropolitan city. Despite its Spanish origins, it does not have the traditional square design of the streets surrounding the central square.
Officially founded on September 29, 1578 under the name of Real de Minas de San Miguel de Tegucigalpa it is up to 3 centuries later, on October 30, 1880 that it becomes the capital of the country.
In the historic center of Tegucigalpa we can find many old buildings that are part of the history of the capital, as well as office buildings and historic churches that make up the uniqueness of this city.
4 hours 30 minutes
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