Capuchin Monkey Family, Banana Coast, Honduras
Paddle a kayak around the spindly mangrove forest tunnels and expansive wetlands of Guaimoreto Lagoon, a nature reserve teeming with rare roseate spoonbills, crocodiles, iguanas, monkeys, manatees, sloths and other local wildlife.
Get a firsthand glimpse into Trujillo’s buccaneer and Spanish colonial legacy while walking among the timeworn walls of Santa Barbara Fort. The 17th-century bayside citadel houses an impressive collection of muskets and Garifuna masks— plus pirate and naval relics. It’s also the site of American adventurer William Walker’s firing squad execution.
Among Campo del Mar’s four distinct outdoor parks you can do a bit of it all, from tracing a 500-year-old Spanish trade route and exploring Maya caves to tubing along the Mahoguay River, and soaking up the Honduran sun along the shore.
Fresh Caribbean seafood is the star on most menus. Don’t miss sopa de caracol (conch stew) and baleada, a popular flour tortilla snack filled with beans, cheese and cream. For traditional Garifuna flavors, try ereba, cassava bread made with ancient cookery methods. Feeling really adventurous? Sip on guifiti, a rum-soaked plant-based spirit prized in the indigenous community for its healing properties.
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