Visit Pulhapanzak falls near Lake Yojoa in the province of Cortes and see Honduras’ largest waterfall. Measuring nearly 140 feet, it appears to come out of nowhere, emerging from the tropical forests on the periphery with a raging torrent. The sound is nearly deafening especially when up close. Visitors have the option to explore the waterfall from above, or below, and in the past, some people have even taken the chance of dangling their feet over the edge. When traveling through Honduras this is one sight you will not want to miss.
Pulhapanzak is a Mayan name which means “white river overflow”. Located, 10 minutes north from Lago de Yojoa. One hour from San Pedro Sula and two and a half hours from Tegucigalpa.
Make your reservation at Pullhapanzak by calling (504) 504.9996.4618 or email firstname.lastname@example.org www.letsgopulha.com
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