I really enjoyed nature, the walk was relaxing and very educational for my children. Creates a family union. I would like they improve the services and facilities.
About Parque Nacional La Tigra
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La Tigra is a Nationall Reserve because the majority water for the capital Tegucigalpa is produced in that place. Also la Tigra is Nublar Forest Mountani. There you can find and observe a variety of birds, Snakes, trees, flowers and Inclusive "helechos arborescentes" a kind...More
The road is very curvy, driver has to be careful or they will flat the tire ( as happens with our driver we had to change car). The park is wet, take your best shoes to walk in the mud, weather is cool bring yoursweater...More
Trails can be slippery, drop offs. Very steep at times, not advised for anyone with mobility issues. Road to park extremely crude. Curves and bumps, my taxi got a flat tier enroute, if you get motion sick cross this one off the list. Beautiful Forrest!...More
This place is amazing! IF you are a nature lover this place is a MUST. You will a grat variety of flowers and local wild life. Beautiful
Pretty intense 4 hour hike, so pack a lunch to sit and enjoy once you get to the waterfall! Bring good (Merrell) hiking shoes and sports clothes too.
La Tigra National Park, declared in 1980 as the country's first national park. La Tigra is a cloud forest with an area of 328 km² covering 24,040 hectares of forest. Its great for hiking, camping, birdwatching and trekking. It has an altitude of between 1,600...More
Exploring the trails in La Tigra is a wonderful experience for those who enjoy nature. There are several trails marked by level of difficulty. I recommend to go there during dryer seasons if you do not have a 4X4 truck. You can access the park...More
This is a nice national park not too far outside of Tegucigalpa. It is a cloud forest in the mountains, this means you should prepare for lots of uphill trekking and for frequent mists. I would visit more often, but they do not allow you...More
only about an hour outside of the city well marked hike to a beautiful waterfall. The rocks can be slippery wear good shoes