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Beautiful wilderness park about 20 km outside of Tegucigalpa. The site has many kilometres of hiking trails and is terrific for bird enthusiasts, as it's an easily accessible place to see quetzals, trogons, toucans and more.
All reviews cloud forest la tigra national park great hike well marked trails strawberries quail hiking boots hour hike this place is amazing bring water bring a jacket touch with nature fresh air capital city be careful waterfall
Located a couple of miles from the city of Tegucigalpa is La Tigra National Park.
This protected area that covers 240 sq kilometers provides clean water and oxygen to the city as well as a gettaway place to hike and camp.
Dont miss the trail...More
This is well worth a visit, a cloud forest is not something most see everyday. There are also interesting birds and wildlife but go early on the weekends and expect to have others on the trails. A week day visit would be better for those...More
This park is only half an hour from downtown Tegucigalpa, the road is partially paved, it is a well conserved place for wild life, fitted with trails and other facilities for visitors, exciting pure air
Wow! Just... wow! A 45 min drive from the capital city and you're away from it, venturing into a protected wildlife reserve. A rainforest next to the city for some light to serious trekking. Amongdt it's numerous trails they included a handicap trail.
Recently went hiking with a small group by chance the day after after an evening of raining. Good hiking boots definitely came in handy with the muddy trails, it was definitely a wet subtropical forest that day. Four wheel drive vehicle is recommended especially for...More
It was a perfect day for a hike. However, we were told the Bosque nublado path was easy, tranquilo. It was anything but. The path was mostly up hill and a lot of climbing. It was clearly marked and in pretty good condition though.
Response from ComradeRose | Reviewed this property |
I think so, I'm an Australian tourist and I felt plenty safe. However, if you're doubting, I'd recommend you to hire a guide at the entrance (maybe call ahead out of season), the people working there were all very friendly.
Response from Marcio Armando G | Reviewed this property |
Bueno la ultima vez que fui no estaban permitidos. Creo q disfrutad más si orestas tu enteta atención al paisaje y el terreno. Un poco difícil para lad mascotas. Ademas te encuentras la vida silvestre tan cercana que los... More
Bueno la ultima vez que fui no estaban permitidos. Creo q disfrutad más si orestas tu enteta atención al paisaje y el terreno. Un poco difícil para lad mascotas. Ademas te encuentras la vida silvestre tan cercana que los protectores del parque en pro de la protección han denegado permiso para mascotas.