The committee characterized the Banana Coast tour program as diverse and professionally executed, and said the port facilities are fully equipped, well laid-out, and Americans with Disabilities Act–compliant.
The oldest, most historic port town of the Honduran Caribbean coast, Trujillo is bathed in miles of beautiful white sand beaches and natural hot springs.
Christopher Columbus landed in the neighborhood of Trujillo in 1502, during his fourth and last trip to the Americas. Its geographic surroundings with one of the largest and deepest bays in Central America made it an important port during Colonial times. Founded the 18th of May of 1525 by the Spaniard Juan de Medina. The […]
The first call to the Banana Coast will be Nov. 19, 2014, followed by Silversea Cruises’ Silver Cloud on Dec. 17, 2014. Shore excursions are planned to offer something for everyone, including cultural, historical and soft-adventure and eco-tour trips.
Capiro and Calentura National Park has many small waterfalls and crystal clear creeks that flow down towards the bay.
Incomparable natural beauty is yours to discover at some of Honduras’ most pristine beaches with costal coral reefs and views of the open sea. Among the best of Trujillo’s beaches are the airport beach (where you can find several restaurants), the beach by Campamento Cabins and Restaurant (which has a pool, infant play area and great seafood […]
There are several pleasant day hikes that you can make from town. The CAPIRO/CALENTURA National Park offers panoramic views of Trujillo Bay, the Aguan Valley and the nearby Bay Islands. To get to the peak of the mountain, follow the dirt road that passes by Hotel Villas Brinkley, upwards for roughly three hours. Get an early start […]
Barrios Cristales is the corner of Trujillo that never sleeps. It’s home to the local Garifuna culture which is well known for its unique dances, food and traditions. Every second Sunday of the month there is a traditional Garifuna mass in theSan Juan Bautista church at 6:30 p.m. You can buy a wide variety of Garifuna artisan items […]
Trujillo…spending a day there. Did some research, forgot about the Mennonite use of termites-here they live in nests in trees & Mennonites collect these, very excellent feed for chickens & totally organic! Huge ranches along the way-palm oil palms, bananas, & cattle. This bus only goes to Tocoa (3 hrs) where we change to next […]