Yojoa Lake & Pulhapanzak Waterfall

1 day from/to San Pedro Sula
guaranteed and daily departures with 2 passengers only

Your guide picks you up in the morning at your hotel to transfer you to the Lake Yojoa, an area containing one of the richest avifauna in Central America. More than 400 species of birds live in the area around the lake, among them toucans, turkeys, motmots, parakeets and parrots. Nearly 55 species of mammals and 70 species of reptiles have also been identified. This incredible biodiversity is caused by the surrounding wetlands. The Lake Yojoa basin is where most rains occurs in the country, largely due to the cloud forests that grow in the Cerro Azul Meambar National Park and the Mountain of Santa Bárbara on the perimeter. The abundant vegetation serves as a temporary shelter for numerous species of migratory birds. We explore the lake and its surrounding natural wonders. We also visit the spectacular Pulhapanzak waterfalls before returning to San Pedro Sula in the late afternoon. You are dropped off at the hotel or where requested.

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Services Included
Mesoamérica Travel Guide
Transfers & entrance fees according to itinerary
19% local taxes
Prices valid until 16.12.2017
Price Per Person
2 persons U$ 94.-
3 persons U$ 66.-
4 persons U$ 64.-


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