There are several different Pico Bonito Hotels. All of them of course are located around Pico Bonito National Park. A magnificent National Park that is the second largest in Honduras and offers a huge biodiversity because of the different altitudes that this protected area spans, that goes from a very wet tropical rain forest at sea level facing the Caribbean Sea, eventually transitioning to a very humid Tropical Cloud Forest in the higher altitudes and then to a tropical very dry forest in the south side of the Park.
Most Pico Bonito Hotels are located in the Cangrejal River Area or in the area around the community of El Pino, which is located about 15 km. west of the city of La Ceiba. This is precisely the area where you will find the famous Lodge at Pico Bonito, as well as a couple of other properties.
This highest concentration of Pico Bonito Hotels is in the Cangrejal River Valley, which is very close to the City of La Ceiba, within 7 miles of downtown La Ceiba you will find 9 small lodges and inns. For a list of all hotels in the Cangrejal River Valley, check www.cangrejalriver.com.
Although each and every one of the Pico Bonito Hotels located along the Cangrejal River is unique, there is no doubt that La Villa de Soledad Boutique Bed and Breakfast and Eco Jungle Lodge has a special charm. 5 comfortable rooms, each with a private bath with hot water, high speed internet and some of the most magnificent views of the mountains and the Cangrejal River will certainly enchant you!
Huge open areas, all facing outdoors and generously spaced areas with hammocks provide the perfect environment to relax in nature. In addition, innkeepers, Soledad and John will go out of their way to make you feel at home and help you arrange all of the different activities that are within close reach of the different Pico Bonito Hotels: white water rafting, hiking in the jungle, zip line canopy tours, visits to hot springs, a tour to Cayos Cochinos are just a few of the many different options available. They will also help you arrange your local transportation to and from La Villa de Soledad.
A word of caution: Pico Bonito, a towering mountain that rises behind the city has become an icon for La Ceiba, and there are some properties that use the name of this icon to promote themselves. Some of these are located within the city, so make sure you double check where the hotel is really located, so that you can be sure that you have really booked one of the Pico Bonito Hotels!
La Ceiba, being a city of about two hundred thousand inhabitants, has a lot to offer. Generally travelers visit La Ceiba either for its night life or for its magnificent natural environment. If you are planning to visit La Ceiba for its night life, then you should certainly look for La Ceiba Inns that are downtown, close to the “Zona Viva” which is where you will find the night clubs and restaurants that are visited by locals and tourists alike.
However, if you are planning a trip to La Ceiba to explore its magnificent nature, then you should certainly consider looking for La Ceiba Inns that are closer to the National Parks and protected areas that are close to the city.
La Ceiba offers 4 protected areas that are easily accessible from the city. Pico Bonito National Park is the most renown National Park and is actually a city icon. Pico Bonito National Park is the second largest National Park in Honduras, and is located in a truly rugged area of Honduras, with elevations starting at sea level and climbing up to over eight thousand feet! A second National Park is Nombre de Dios National Park, which is adjacent to Pico Bonito and separated be the lovely, extremely scenic Cangrejal River. It is here, in the Cangrejal River Valley that you will find the largest selection of La Ceiba Inns!
There are a total of 10 small La Ceiba Inns within this area, which is located only 6 miles from downtown La Ceiba, providing easy access to an area that will give you a true sensation of being in a remote location!
La Villa de Soledad is one of La Ceiba Inns, and we work hard to make you feel at home and give all the assistance possible in arranging your tours and activities, both, within the Cangrejal River Valley as well as in other protected areas, such as Cuero y Salado Wildlife Refuge and Cayos Cochinos Marine Reserve.
So you are on your way to the lovely city of La Ceiba, capital of Atlantida on the Caribbean coast of Honduras! Looking for the best options to spend the perfect week in La Ceiba? Here is our suggestion, which of course can be modified according to the number of days you will actually be in La Ceiba and the order of the activities, depending on your priorities.
The perfect week in La Ceiba starts with selecting the proper place to stay in. Perhaps you can even consider dividing your week long stay in two different hotels, to make the best of your vacation. Personally, I would start with 4 nights at the Cangrejal River Valley. Staying in a lovely guest house. The Cangrejal River Valley is ideal, and there is no better place than La Villa de Soledad B&B, rated number one by tripadvisor in 2014 to stay in! The first four nights of your vacation in search of the perfect week in La Ceiba should no doubt be spent at La Villa de Soledad B&B.
Day 1. During your stay at La Villa de Soledad, you should definitely take advantage and do white water rafting. The Cangrejal River is the only river in Honduras where rafting can be done any day of the year, and is the ideal way to start the perfect week in La Ceiba! Experts consider this one of the best rivers to do white water rafting in Central America and the Caribbean!
Day 2. After your rafting experience, you will want to relax and remember the fun moments of this adventure and get ready for the next adventure, which I would suggest should be a hike up to the El Bejuco Waterfall, a unique view of the Cangrejal River Valley can be enjoyed from this vantage point. You will enjoy a magnificent second day of your perfect week in La Ceiba. The trail to El Bejuco waterfall begins only 200 meters away from La Villa de Soledad B&B. Nothing like easy access to your activities!
Day 3. For the third day, you should plan on a unique adventure that will be hard to equal elsewhere, A water fall descent. The jungles of Pico Bonito and Nombre de Dios Mountains hide many secrets, and you will find hundreds of unique waterfalls, some are actually quite accessible if you know where they are… Come and enjoy canyoning at its finest with Honduras Waterfall Descents! https://www.facebook.com/HondurasCanyoning/info
You can continue spending all week at La Villa de Soledad, however you might want a change of scenes, and going from the lovely jungle mountains to the Caribbean Sea just might be just what you need at this point. If this is the case, pack your bags! And take a short 30 minute trip to Sambo Creek, where you can choose from several small beachfront hotels. Check out the options on tripadvisor! May I suggest Paradise Found or Hotel Villa Helen?
Day 4. Once on the beach, the perfect start for the last half of your perfect week in La Ceiba should be a trip to Cayos Cochinos. The Hog Cays are a unique unspoiled piece of paradise in the Western Caribbean. You will be hard pressed to find a site as beautiful and pristine as this anywhere else in the Caribbean. The trip includes time for snorkeling, a visit to the Garifuna Village at Chachahuate Cay and a walk into the forests of Cayos Cochinos to find one of the endemic pink boas that live on the island!
Day 5. After a week of much activity, enjoy a zip line canopy tour in the morning, and then a relaxing bath in the amazing hot springs in the mountains above Sambo Creek, just a few minutes from your hotel. While you are here, enjoying a much needed massage, you can reflect on the many adventures of this, the perfect week in La Ceiba. You have had so many experiences, met so many people, and been in the tropical rain forests of Central America and in a pristine island in the Caribbean. You have even interacted with the Garifuna Culture, which is an intangible World Heritage! Truly the perfect week in La Ceiba!
Day 6. Today is time to enjoy some of the intricate canals within the mangrove forests. These unique habitats are along the coast, and usually surround small lagoons, estuaries and canals, providing a perfect setting for wildlife, such as monkeys, crocodiles and even manatees. As you paddle through the canals at the Cacao Lagoon, you will hear the ferocious howler monkeys in the treetops, warning you to stay away from them! You of course will paddle towards them and get a closer look at them, while they menacingly howl at you from a safe distance up in the treetops. The friendlier white faced monkeys will curiously look at you, but they will do so only from the safety of the treetops. The crocodiles will simply look at you with those big eyes and will warn you not to jump in the lagoon to swim around them. What a perfect way to close the perfect week in La Ceiba! Tonight as a farewell, you should plan on having dinner within the Garifuna community of Sambo Creek. A seafood meal, a couple of shots of guifity, the local alcoholic beverage and the beating of drums will make a perfect farewell to fantastic week that you will never, ever forget.
The perfect week in La Ceiba… So much to do, so much so close and easily accessible. What a dream vacation!
There are many things to do in La Ceiba, and it is a good idea that you are aware of them, so that you can plan your trip in La Ceiba accordingly, and make sure you take full advantage of the top things to do in La Ceiba. Here is a short list of what I consider the bare minimum things to do in La Ceiba that you should plan on!
White Water Rafting. The Cangrejal River is the only river in Honduras where you can do this activity. The river offers magnificent quality of water plus a unique experience based on both the abundant nature and the white water rapids that range from class II to IV. White water rafting is certainly one of the things to do in La Ceiba that you should not miss! For more information on white water rafting in the Cangrejal River, you may visit www.cangrejalriver.com where you will find a list of white water rafting outfitters.
Zip line canopy tours. Although there are many different options to do this activity in other destinations, such as Copan, Roatan and Lake Yojoa to mention a few in Honduras, the truth is that the dense tropical rain forests of Pico Bonito and Nombre de Dios National Parks are second to none. In addition, the zip line canopy tour at Sambo Creek, one of the two options in La Ceiba, offers the unique opportunity to relax in natural hot springs and get a relaxing massage in the jungle. You will not find this combination anywhere else Central America. Because of this, a visit to the Sambo Creek zip line canopy tour and hot springs in La Ceiba is number two on our list of things to do in La Ceiba!
Hiking in the Pico Bonito Trails is our number three item in the list of things to do in La Ceiba. Just the knowledge that the same trail you are hiking in during the day is used by the majestic king of the Central American jungles, the jaguar during the nights makes the experience unreal! Pico Bonito is home to a huge list of bird species, many of which are truly hard to see elsewhere, and many of them are easily seen from the trails in Pico Bonito National Park. For more information regarding Pico Bonito National Park and its hiking options, visit www.lamoskitia.hn
The Garifuna culture was declared an intangible World Heritage by the UNESCO a few years ago. These unique people, who have survived against all odds due to their tenacity and beliefs, live along the Caribbean coast of Honduras. The most picturesque and unique of all of their villages in located in the Hog Cays, better known as Cayos Cochinos. Here on a small white sand cay called Chachahuate, you can find the most authentic Garifuna Village in the World. Best of all, it is located in a small archipelago that is part of the Mesoamerican reef system, the most bio diverse barrier reef system in the World. Cayos Cochinos is only 14 miles from the coast of La Ceiba, and there are regular tours departing daily from Sambo Creek, one of the two Garifuna Villages on the mainland that are withing the municipality of La Ceiba. A visit to Cayos Cochinos is a must in your list of things to do in La Ceiba. Make sure you leave enough time to visit them! This is truly a unique activity that you will not be able to experience anywhere else in Central America!
Mangrove forests and estuary lagoons are probably the least appreciated habitats in the tropics. Developers are always looking for ways to tear down the mangroves, fill in the swamps and turn them into beautiful ocean front vacation developments. These habitats are actually very important, though unappreciated. They act as a filter to keep the silt from making out to the reefs and beaches; they provide the perfect setting for an extremely diverse ecosystem, which includes manatees, caimans and crocodiles, several species of monkeys, white tail deer and even the majestic jaguar. La Ceiba has two different areas that offer the opportunity of see and interact with nature in this environment. The Cuero y Salado Wildlife Refuge is one of them. This protected area is located about 20 miles outside of La Ceiba, towards the west, and the access to the site is via an old, quite funky banana train that is reminiscent of the old banana republic days. Once in the refuge, a boat trip down the estuaries will allow you to see howler and white faced monkeys, crocodiles, a huge list of birds and if you are really, really lucky, you might catch a glimpse of a Manatee. The other area that offers a similar experience, but without the banana train and the manatee is the Cacao Lagoon which is within the Nombre de Dios National Park. A visit to either one of these two mangrove swamp areas is a must if you want to see wildlife and certainly must be in your list of things to do in La Ceiba.
There are many other things to do in La Ceiba, such as horseback riding, trekking into the National Parks, climbing to Pico Bonito National Park, and visiting communities within the park. La Ceiba is also famous for its night life, and is becoming a popular destination to come and experience concerts by famous international singers. If you are interested in any of the above things to do in La Ceiba, don’t hesitate to write to me, and I will be happy to help you out with any special requirements or information you might need.
There are two options for zip line canopy tours in La Ceiba. For those of you who do not know what a zip line canopy tour is, they are a set of steel cables set up from treetop to treetop that allow you to “fly” from tree to tree. Originally conceived as an observation tool to study life in the canopy of tropical rain forests in the tropics, zip line tours became popular after the 1992 movie Medicine Man, where Actor Sean Connery acted as a scientist in a remote location in the Amazon jungles that was looking for a cure for cancer. Sean Connery, the “Medicine Man” travels from tree top to tree top analyzing the unique organisms that live in the forest canopies.
Zip lines of course are also used by firefighters, to be able to access, or escape from skyscrapers that are too high to use a ladder to use their fire extinguishing tools and expertise.
Costa Rica is one of the pioneers in developing a tourism product to include zip lines, and although the original idea was to be able to see the canopy and life on the treetops, the reality is that they have had great success as an adventure and adrenalin producing activity.
The two options for zip line canopy tours in La Ceiba are both actually quite unique. The first option for canopy tours in La Ceiba is just outside the community of Sambo Creek. Here, in the forested mountains of Pico Bonito National Park is a true gem and a must if you are interested in zip line canopy tours in La Ceiba. Views of the Caribbean Sea include lovely sights of Cayos Cochinos Marine Monument, as well as some thermal hot springs that mix naturally with a cold water creek and flow down the mountains creating small waterfalls and pools that are perfect to relax and enjoy the surroundings. High above, in the treetops of the jungle, you can occasionally get a glimpse of an adventurer as he flies from tree to tree in the zip line canopy tours in La Ceiba!
Located only 8 km outside of La Ceiba, the Jungle River facilities are easily accessible from downtown and from most of the small hotels in the Cangrejal River Valley. It is only 800 meters (1/2 a mile) from La Villa de Soledad B&B, making it truly easy to enjoy zip line canopy tours in La Ceiba from the comfort of our boutique bed and breakfast and jungle eco lodge. For more information on hotels in the Cangrejal River Valley, visit: www.cangrejalriver.com
This zip line canopy tours in La Ceiba takes you across the Cangrejal River for a small hike up the forest to the starting point up in the mountain. From here, you will enjoy this zip line canopy tours in La Ceiba as you fly from treetop to treetop, with a last cable bringing you back over the Cangrejal River to the Jungle River tours facilities.
If you like adventure and would like to experience the tropical jungles of Pico Bonito and Nombre de Dios National Parks, the zip line canopy tours in La Ceiba are just for you!
If you are into white water rafting, then you must plan on spending a couple of nights at the Cangrejal River Valley. White water rafting in La Ceiba is not only popular; it is probably going to be one of the highlights of your trip to Honduras and Central America!
Best of all is the fact that La Ceiba is on mainland Honduras, just where you must take the ferry to the Caribbean islands of Roatan and Utila, part of the Bay Islands of Honduras. White water rafting in La Ceiba can be easily arranged. There are several different outfitters that provide this service. Omega Tours www.omegatours.info and La Moskitia Ecoaventuras www.lamoskitiahn.com are the most reputable ones in my humble opinion.
White water rafting in La Ceiba is an activity that is available year round, with different segments of the river being run depending on the amount of water in the Cangrejal River. The river flows down a steep slope, creating drops, and class III and IV rapids as is rushes towards the Caribbean Sea, located just a few miles downriver. The lush river banks are actually part of two different national parks, Pico Bonito National Park on the western bank of the river and Nombre de Dios on the Eastern bank.
One of the best things about white water rafting in La Ceiba is the fact that it is so close and so accessible to enjoy. The outfitters are located within 12 Kms. from the ferry terminal, which is less than 8 miles! This means it is only a short trip from the ferry terminal, airport or bus terminals to get up to the Cangrejal River Valley. Even better is the fact that there are several different places where you can stay within the Cangrejal River Valley, giving you the opportunity of experiencing both, some of the best white water rafting in La Ceiba, as well as the tropical rain forests of Central America. For a complete list of lodging options in the Cangrejal River area, visit www.cangrejalriver.com
White water rafting in La Ceiba can easily become one of the highlights of your vacations in Central America. Allowing yourself to stay at one of the cozy bed and breakfasts in the Cangrejal River area, such as La Villa de Soledad will surely provide memories that you will cherish for a long, long time! Do yourself a favor, and enjoy the magnificent white water rafting in La Ceiba!
Being located on the Caribbean Coast of Honduras, La Ceiba is home to some of the most humid tropical rain forests in Central America. As the name properly states it, the tropical rain forests of Central America get a lot of rain. However, there is a distinct rainy season in La Ceiba when we get more rain that the average.
The rainy season in La Ceiba is comprehended between the months of September and January, however the rain starts before and ends after. The driest months of the year are March and April, and although this is officially a dry season, it is very common to get some rains and squalls during these months. This rainy season in La Ceiba contrasts with the rainy season in the rest of Honduras and Central America, which is May through September. The reason for this is that while the rest of Central America’s weather is affected mostly by what is going on in the Pacific Coast, La Ceiba, as well as much of the Caribbean coast of Honduras and Nicaragua are affected almost exclusively by what is going on the Caribbean.
The start of the rainy season in La Ceiba coincides with the weather patterns that form tropical cyclones in the Western Caribbean Sea. This usually happens in the last 45 days of the Atlantic Tropical Cyclone season, corresponding to the month of October and the first half of November. The other weather pattern that affects the rainy season in La Ceiba are the cold fronts that come from North America. These typically begin at the beginning of November and continue through the month of February. These fronts with cold air will come across the Gulf of Mexico, into the Gulf of Honduras and collide with the hot humid atmosphere of the mountains in Northern Honduras, turning into potent rain producing meteorological events.
Although the risk of being impacted by a hurricane along the north coast of Honduras is relatively small, the probability of rain from the cold fronts is much more elevated. These events have little impact in lowering the temperature along the Caribbean Coast, but produce copious amounts of rain. Thus the rainy season in La Ceiba is comprehended between September and February, with October and November being the rainiest months.
Central America has long carved a niche in the ecotourism market. As a matter of fact, the term, ecotourism was coined in Central America. Today, there are many different destinations looking to get a piece of the action, and although Costa Rica is the leader without doubt, it is not necessarily the best option. Honduras has a magnificent selection of ecotourism options, and without doubt, Atlantida, the best ecotourism destination in Central America, has all of the ingredients for a perfect ecotourism vacation.
Atlantida, the best ecotourism destination in Central America offers 8 protected areas that are all close to each other. These National Parks and wildlife refuges are not only easy accessible and offered by tour operators, they are also very diverse between each other and are available at a fraction of what you would pay in Costa Rica!
For example, Atlantida, the best ecotourism destination in Central America offers World Class white water rafting on the Cangrejal River. Best of all is the fact that the put in at the river is only 45 minutes away from the airport, ferry terminal or any hotel in the city! If you prefer, you can even stay at a hotel within the Cangrejal River Valley and therefore simply walk to the put in! Such is the case at La Villa de Soledad B&B, a lovely boutique bed and breakfast and jungle eco lodge that is located on the Cangrejal River and within walking distance to the trails in Pico Bonito National Park. For a complete list of your options in the Cangrejal River Valley, visit www.cangrejalriver.com
Atlantida also offers outstanding reefs at the Cayos Cochinos Marine Monument, located just a few miles off the shore from Sambo Creek. There are daily tours departing to these magnificent kays, and you can either take a day tour or even spend a night in this pristine Caribbean Paradise.
Tela, the other large community that offers access to the protected areas in Atlantida offers lovely beaches, great Garifuna communities plus the opportunity to visit the second largest tropical botanical garden in the World: Lancetilla Gardens. There is also a magnificent reef that was recently discovered in the Bay of Tela that provides for outstanding diving in a very pristine location. Atlantida, the best ecotourism destination in Central America offers much more than you will see elsewhere! Best of all, it is affordable and not overrun by tourists! Come and visit Atlantida and see for yourself all that this destination has to offer!
Pico Bonito National Park is probably the most famous of the many National Parks in Honduras, and offers a variety of options to visit and enjoy. The park is in a rugged terrain, and therefore makes it seem quite difficult to access, however if you know where to go and who to contact, there are really many, many options. So which are the best tours in Pico Bonito National Park?
Most of the tours available in Pico Bonito are in two distinct areas: one is the Cangrejal River Valley, an area that offers multiple and very diverse options, that include white water rafting, bird watching, hiking, zip line canopy tours amongst others. The second area is the area around the community of El Pino, located a few of kilometers West of La Ceiba. This is the area where the Lodge at Pico Bonito is located and where the famous Rio Zacate Waterfall is located. You will find that the best tours in Pico Bonito National Park are to be found in one of these two areas!
I would start with white water rafting. Some of the best white water rafting in the Caribbean and all of Central America is to be found at the Cangrejal River Valley, which is a natural boundary for Pico Bonito. This makes it, in my opinion, one of the best tours in Pico Bonito National Park. Three different tour outfitters offer white water rafting in the Cangrejal River, for complete information about them, visit www.cangrejalriver.com.
Another one of the best tours in Pico Bonito National Park is the hiking in the El Mapache trail, which will lead you to El Bejuco Waterfall. Access to this trail is via the swing bridge, known as the “Puente Hamaca” located at the visitors center in the Cangrejal River Valley. This trail will take you on a three plus hour hike to the waterfall and back, where you will experience magnificent views, see some of the local wildlife, mostly birds and reptiles, and give you a feel for life in a tropical rain forest. Even if you are not into hiking, you should consider visiting this bridge and crossing it. The “Indiana Jones” atmosphere of this crossing is in itself one of the best tours in Pico Bonito National Park!
Still within the Cangrejal River Valley, you will find one more activity that you will probably get a taste of if you are doing rafting: “River Hiking” This activity will take alongside the river, climbing rocks and huge boulders, jumping back into the river and swimming to the next obstacle to climb, and there on… It is fun, challenging and good exercise! This tour is unique and certainly one of the best tours in Pico Bonito National Park!
In the other end of the Pico Bonito National Park you will find the Lodge at Pico Bonito, which is close to the community of El Pino. The Lodge offers what are probably the best bird watching tours in all of Honduras, and are certainly in the top bird watching tours in Central America. The tour begins early in the morning, and you must make reservations in advance. Amongst the prize sightings that you can look for in this tour is the lovely cotinga, an absolutely beautiful little blue bird that is hard to see worldwide, but is actually quite abundant here. The above activities are, in my opinion, the best tours in Pico Bonito National Park! For more information about this last bird watching tour, check out www.picobonito.com
Despite the fact that there are no active volcanos in Honduras,
Probably the most famous hot springs in Honduras are those located in the small community of Arcilaca, very close to Gracias, the original Capital of Honduras and Central America located in the department of Lempira, in Western Honduras. These hot springs offer two different pools with springs sprouting right into them, and then flowing out to a larger pool where the water is usually cooler. These hot springs are very popular with the locals, and tend to fill up on weekends and full moon nights, when the local population likes to go to the hot springs. The temperature is delightful, and although the facilities are rustic, they are pleasant and usually clean.
Nearby, also close to Gracias, but on the road towards Santa Rosa de Copan you will find Termas del Rio, another source of natural hot springs in Honduras that offers much more complete facilities. Although they are not the necessarily “upscale” they offer large, clean restrooms and changing facilities, very clean, manicured gardens and a more private setting. These facilities are owned by the same family that owns and manages the Hotel La Posada de Don Juan, by far the best and most complete hotel in Gracias, so you can arrange a tour or get directions to the hot springs there. www.posadadedonjuanhotel.com
There is another area with hot springs in Honduras near the Archaeological site of Copan. The trip will take you through a mountain road through the village of Sesesmil and on to one of more famous coffee fincas in Honduras, Finca El Cisne www.fincaelcisne.com where you can spend the night and be very close to the hot springs. There is a nice spa operating in these hot springs, Spa Luna Jaguar, https://www.facebook.com/luna.j.spa where you can enjoy a fantastic, relaxing process in the hot springs and their facilities.
The highest concentration of hot springs in Honduras is actually on the Caribbean Coast, especially around the City of La Ceiba. There are several facilities that offer different services to clients. Perhaps the nicest, most attractive of all hot springs are those located just above the community of Sambo Creek. Here a combination of tropical rain forest, rugged mountains with steep slopes, and some hot springs that mix with a cold water stream from the Nombre de Dios Mountains provide a unique experience, where you will enjoy natural hot water springs in the jungle with views out to the blue Caribbean and the enchanting Cayos Cochinos just off the coast of mainland Honduras. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sambo-Creek-Canopy-Tours-and-Spa/370059736352675 Here you can either simply relax and get a massage or combine with an exhilarating zip line canopy tour through the jungle. This facilty is located close to the Cangrejal River Valley, so you can easily arrange to visit it if you are staying in one of the hotels in the valley. For information of your options in the Cangrejal River Valley check out www.cangrejalrivervalley.com.
Nearby is a wellness center, known as USHA, run by a famous Dr. Sebi, who uses another source of hot springs in Honduras, located within his property, as well as a unique blend of vegetables and plants to cure his clients from different maladies.
Last, but no least, The old colonial city of Trujillo, located on the Caribbean Coast, is another spot where you will hot springs in Honduras. Now that the cruise ships will begin using the Banana Coast cruise ship facilities inTrujillo, these will surely be updated and fully functional. They are located in a property located in the community of Silin, about 10 miles outside of Trujillo, on the main road towards La Ceiba.