More than just the beach, Banana Coast has natural diversity for visitors to experience firsthand:
- Waterfalls, Rivers & Streams
- Tropical rainforest
- Guaimoreto Lagoon Nature Reserve with mangrove ecosystem, rare roseate spoonbills and hummingbirds
- Sandy beaches, coral reefs, and crystal waters
The Caribbean destination is supported by the Campo del Mar Park System, featuring agriculture, flowers and gardens, animals and wildlife, a historical museum, 15th Century Spanish road, rivers and beach.
The Bay of Trujillo is a deep water natural harbor and was the first mainland landing spot of Christopher Columbus in 1502 during his fourth and final voyage to the New World. A two-ship cruise dock and themed retail shopping village are under development at the heart of the colonial city, near the Santa Barbara Fort, cannons and charming cobblestone streets.
Honduras has a rich cultural heritage. At Banana Coast, visitors will experience the cultures of the Afro-Caribbean Garifuna, and the peaceful Pech Indians.