Located 1 hour and half from San Pedro Sula.
My recommendation is that if you have the time you should allow yourself to camp close by. The never ending sound of water give you a nice relaxing meditational camping ground. The direction of the wind changes during the night giving you a cool mist and if you are lucky with full moon you can see perfectly the waterfall. I like to go down the stairs to the wooden deck to have the entire waterfall in front of me. Hard to take pictures of it in the night but if you know your tricks with photography it would be peace of cake.
¨Pulhapanzak express¨ bus.
Take a ¨Mochito bus¨ to D&D micro brewery, restaurant and lodge.
- Canopy zip line: $20
- River tubing (3hours and half): $22
- Water cave hike: $10
- Stay overnight at the cabins: $60 for the single cabin / $80 for the double cabin.
- Stay overnight camping: $7.5
Things to do in the surroundings
- Lake Yojoa
- Cerro Azul Meambar (PANACAM)
- Los Naranjos archaeological site
- Santa Barbara National Park
- Taulabe caves
- El Cajon electric dam
- Hot springs of Azacualpa