Tela revamps its image following opening of new resort
A new promotional campaign launched by the Honduras Tourist Board and the local government of Tela aims to position Tela Bay as one of the most important tourist destinations in Honduras. Already popular because of its beaches, gastronomy, indigenous Garifuna community, and amazing natural spaces such as the National Parks of Janeth Kawas and Punta Izopo, the Lancetilla botanical gardens and the Texiguat wildlife refuge. Tela Bay recently became home to one of the most exclusive resorts in the region: the Indura Golf & Beach Resort.
With an investment of US$133 million, Indura Golf & Beach Resort sits on a 26 mile stretch of Tela Bay and includes 60 junior suites scattered in 15 villas interconnected by footpaths leading to a private beach, a Gary Player designed 18-hole eco-sensitive golf course, managed by Troon, and a wellness sanctuary managed by ESPA.
The name Indura is derived from the local Garifuna dialect, which simply means Honduras. Indura is situated on Tela Bay and is part of a biological corridor that hosts hundreds of varieties of migrating birds. The hotel is ideally nestled between two national parks: Punta Sal and Punta Izopo, with Pico Bonito National Park just an hour away by car.
On-site, guests can take advantage of water sports on the wide stretch of beach or dip into the inviting pool that includes a section specially designed for children’s safety. Guests can also snorkel, kayak, or hike the surrounding trails, or enjoy the spa sanctuary for a totally calming experience.
Indura Beach and Golf Resort is managed by Miami based TRUST Hospitality.
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