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Located next to ¨Micos Lagoon¨, this village is one of Tela’s most beautiful attractions. Not only because of its amazing ecological beauty but because it holds the culture of the Garifunas.The area holds many activities like boat tours through the...more
Next to >Laguna de los Micos>, San Pedro Sula CT1100, Honduras
First, you need a 4-wheel drive vehicle, capable of driving through sand. Second, this is where people live, so be respectful. Third, plan on eating at one of the little restaurants. You won't be disappointed, and it provides income for the local economy. The amenities...More
One of the only beaches I would recommend on the mainland of Honduras. Open sea so the waves can be a little choppy compared to other beaches. Kinda off the beaten path so it would be recommended to go with varias people/cars.
You get there on your own car, settle a boat trip with a guide for 1-2 hours. You can ask them to prepare a lunch to eat when you return or go across the Laguna de Los Micos to a very nice hotel there is...More
Miami is what all of the Garifuna villages were fifty years ago. Life is simple, not easy, but simple, and is based upon the sea and the land. The beach and the lagoon should be explored and enjoyed. The people and their stories are just...More
Lovely way to spend an afternoon. Miami Garifuna Village promotes it's own tour operators. The residents are attempting to sustain their village from more tourism..
Tela is on the coast and is approx. a 1 hour trip, it's becoming a little more known over the...More
try to go to Miami, Tela! this is a garifuna village. Their dialect consists of a mix of: French, English, Dutch and african. Their coconut bread and machaca(plantain pure with coconut milk) are really good!
Still Isolated but easy to reach (by 4x4) ideal to spend the day in the most primitive way among the garifuna villagers with no electricity in front of beautiful white sand beaches and walking distance to dense jungle; absolutely relaxing and hypnotic. Normally very few...More