Museo de Antropología e Historia de San Pedro Sula

This fine museum walks visitors through the history of the Valle de Sula from its pre-Columbian days to the modern era. $85Learn more SOURCE:https://www.lonelyplanet.com/honduras/san-pedro-sula/attractions/museo-de-antropologia-e-historia-de-san-pedro-sula/a/poi-sig/1123510/358481

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La Gruta

This curious sight is perhaps La Esperanza’s most notable building: a small cave now converted into a chapel, complete with a cute facade built into the cliffside. It’s easy to

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Iglesia de la Merced

One block north of Parque Central, this striking white stone church has an intricately carved facade and three bell towers. It’s currently under renovation in a project funded by the

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Cuevas de Taulabé

Around 20km south of the Lago de Yojoa is the entrance to the Cuevas de Taulabé, a network of underground caves with unusual stalactite and stalagmite formations. Admission includes a

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Iguana Research & Breeding Station

Up the hill from the town center, this great place studies and protects the highly endangered Utila iguana (Ctenosaura bakeri), which is known locally as ‘the swamper.’ Visitors get to

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Museo Casa Galeano

This museum is located in a fascinatingly ancient colonial house desperately in need of a renovation (check out those walls!). But while its setting is interesting, its contents (a fossilized

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Túnel Rosalila & Túnel de los Jaguares

In 1999, archaeologists opened up two tunnels that allow visitors to get a glimpse of pre-existing structures below the visible surface structures. The first, Rosalila, is very short and takes

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Fortaleza Santa Bárbara de Trujillo

High above the waves, gazing over the Caribbean toward the European motherland, this 17th-century Spanish fortress could not have a more evocative position. Though its ruined remains are not that

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Whale Shark & Oceanic Research Center

This excellent place dedicated to whale shark research has numerous displays about the sharks’ biology. The real reason to visit, however, is to join one of the regular snorkeling trips

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