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Zipline and Hiking Adventure in Roatan
"Your adventure begins at the ranch where you will put on the provided equipment and listen a brief training session. Once your instructor is done you'll continue onward to the first zipline platform; there are 18 different platforms in total. From this first platform you'll experience the first three ziplines all of which take you over trees and offer some incredible views. Nine faster lines await you after this initial batch so prepare for an epic adrenaline rush. By the time you reach the last line you'll be back at the ranch. Throughout the tour
From $50.00
 
Roatan Combo Tour: Jungle Horseback Riding and Beach Break
"Come enjoy a wonderful horseback riding tour through the jungle side of Roatan where you'll see some of the native animals along the way. The horseback riding session will last approximately 35 minutes to 1 hour depending on the route and experience levels of the guest. Afterwards head to one of Roatan's best beaches where you can relax swim around snorkel kayak
From $70.00
 
"Roatan Private Tour: Shopping
"Roatan Private Tour: Shopping Sightseeing and Beach Tour""Enjoy a fully customizable day while in port in Roatan! This tour is all about you so you can customize the itinerary along with the help of your guide. Shopping sightseeing and beach time are included but you dictate where and when! We'll recommend other must-see attractions in Roatan to help you build the day of your dreams. If you wish to snorkel you can either bring your own gear or rent some at the beach. Entrance fees are in addition your private tour
From $45.00

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Beaches of Santa Fe and Guadalupe

To get to the beach, one often must walk through the property of a villager. But, once there, the beach is public and plank boats and nets are seen clustered here and there. Most fishing is done in...
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Muddy Trail to Santa Fe

Two Garífuna villages, Santa Fe and Guadalupe, bring the sandy trail to an end going west from Trujillo. Buses are available for this adventure, but to be on the wild side, take the two wheel drive...
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The Grave of William Walker

Don't miss visiting the grave of William Walker in the old cemetery (up the hill a few blocks from the town center.)Walker was a 19th century American who wanted to take over Honduras... his coup...
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Guadalupe

Guadalupe is even more remote from Trujillo and smaller than Santa Fe. The town has no government buildings nor church that I saw.
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Sante Fe, Honduras

There is a bypass for Santa Fe which brings the road for an elevated view across the pueblo. But, at the fork, take the road to the right for a muddy meandering path into the main part of town.
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Church at Santa Fe

The first and larger Garífuna village is Santa Fe, which has a small but respectable church with locally made ornamentation inside.
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