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... of the national park for the following day. Claire: The National Parque Montana de Celaque is based around the highest peak in Honduras. At 2,849m (I think) its pretty high. We opted on a 2 day hike through the national park because by taking 2 ...
... connections. The passing scenery was amazing, well at least what I could see of it the windows of the bus were nasty! Gracias, which I like to call garcias for some reason is a quiet town that will be the base for our excursions into National Park ...
A short stop off for us on the way to Tegucigalpa, La Esperanza is a mountain town in th Intibuca region of Honduras. Famous for having the coolest climate in Honduras it would make a nice break from the heat we had become abit too accustomed to. Day ...
... to admit, I was not feeling particularly safe in these remote areas. That evening we decided to reevaulate our entire planned trip through Honduras and cut if short by making a dash (i.e 7 hour bus trip) to the capital, Tegucigalpa, the following day. ...
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Posted by christina-daisy
What is the best way to travel to Gracias Honduras? From the US Chicago?
Posted by novalitza
... months late, but just for the record and for helping other travelers I update the info for buses transportation between Honduras-Guatemala and v.v. ... there is a direct bus-pullman service between San Pedro Sula, Honduras - Guatemala City and vice versa. ...
Posted by mmbcross
has the best bus service in Honduras, but regrettably they don't go to Gracias. Did you see this site about ? As Louise states, you get there by bus from Copan Ruinas to Santa Rosa de Copan and then on to Gracias. These are local buses, so ...
Posted by lansing
Take a bus to La Entrada de Copan, then a bus to Santa Rosa (preferably a fast bus) and next to Gracias. Takes about 4 h alltogether. (From Wikitravel) How would I find out the bus schedule? Do I have to wait until I get there?
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