A Hike in La Ceiba, Honduras - Frayed Passport

A few years ago, I had the wonderful opportunity to volunteer and travel near San Pedro Sula and hike through Pico Bonito National Park, La Ceiba Honduras. La Ceiba is a port city on the northern coast of Honduras in Central America. It’s located on the southern edge of the Caribbean, forming part of the south eastern boundary of the Gulf of Honduras.

With an estimated population of over 170,000 living in approximately 170 residential areas (called colonias or barrios), it is the fourth largest city in the country and the capital of the Honduran department of Atlántida.

Below are a few pictures from the La Ceiba cloud forest hike—enjoy!

Starting out--hiking in La Ceiba, Honduras

Pierre, Joyce and I posed for a quick photo just before crossing a stream.

Waterfall in La Ceiba, Honduras

Another view of that waterfall–so beautiful, and so much fun!

Cooling off under a waterfall in La Ceiba, Honduras

The three of us cooled off under a waterfall–after spending the past few days volunteering, this was a welcome break!

Leaping into a waterfall in Honduras

My friend Bobby took this awesome photo just as I jumped into the pool!

A rooftop view near La Ceiba, Honduras

Ok, so maybe this isn’t from the hike itself–but it’s one of my favorite travel photos. I took this from a rooftop near the national park.

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