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La Naturaleza | Honduras

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La Naturaleza overlooks beautiful Lake Yojoa near the Cerro Azul Meambar National Park. Cerro Azul is located in the heart of Honduras and offers one of the highest cloud forest in country, reaching 2080 meters (6656 feet). With the park covering 312 square kilometers, it is a wonderful place for visitors to enjoy jungle wilderness and clean air.


La Naturaleza includes a delightful restaurant serving local cuisine, a visitor center for the park, and a natural history museum. Overnight facilities are available on sight and at Los Pinos, which is thirty minutes from La Naturaleza and requires a four-wheel drive vehicle.


The La Naturaleza offers wonderful local cuisine, hiking on park trails swimming,

visiting a natural history museum, and more!

Getting There

Most guests will fly in and out of San Pedro Sula, a full service international airport. A tourist promotional office opened in San Pedro Sula in 2007 to provide reservation and transportation services for national and international tourists who come to Honduras looking for enjoying high quality ecotourism experiences. La Naturaleza is located on the major highway (CA 5) which connects San Pedro Sula with Tegucigalpa.

Making a Difference

La Naturaleza is a part of a new movement of socially-responsible tourism which has as its mission in the care of the environment, local culture and community development. La Naturaleza Environmental Education Center seeks to create environmental awareness through educational conferences, movies, and the natural history museum. Procedures from the center go toward environmental protection initiatives in the local community. Operated by Proyecto Aldea Global, La Naturaleza employs 24 people full time from the local community. The organization uses paid and volunteer staff from local indigenous Lenca villages to carry out its ministries of care for creation and poverty alleviation.

Contact Information

Proyecto Aldea Global | 011 + (504) 608-5510 | |

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Author: Ecotourism Network

The director of the Ecotourism Network is Stan LeQuire. Contact us

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