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Cayos Cochinos

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Cayos Cochinos

366 Reviews
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Tour developed in the largest pineapple plantations in the country; Unique and incomparable. You will know the process and preparation of<br>pineapple plantations. As part of the tour, you will experience a delicious pineapple blowjob, a traditional way that plantation workers hydrate. You will also have the opportunity to buy handicrafts made by the hands of young local artisans. The crystal clear waters, the sound of the birds and the scenic beauty of Rio Zacate are part of the tour.
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StephanToronto wrote a review Apr 2020
Toronto754 contributions103 helpful votes
I dont understand some of the negative comments. This islands and its coral are wonderfull. The lunche made by the Garifuna indians was very delecious. Snorkling is good and the beach is to dye for. You must go there if you are in La Ceibia.
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Date of experience: May 2019
lrltshw wrote a review Feb 2020
Plymouth, Indiana384 contributions170 helpful votes
My group enjoyed snorkeling at Cayos Cochinos. There are many tour options to get there so be sure to check out a few before deciding! We loved the authentic lunch offered on the island as well.
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Date of experience: January 2020
Andrea wrote a review Jan 2020
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This was a daytrip we went out in a private boat and snorkled in two locations then went to the inhabited island where we were greeted with quiet attentive Gafaren (may be spelled wrong) people who have been there for many years and still rely on the land to rpvide much of what they need. We had a delicious lunch of whole snapper, beans and rice and plantains. If you go take cookies or candies to share with the children they absolutley love it and are so greatful.
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Date of experience: December 2019
Doug E wrote a review Dec 2019
Tuxedo Park, New York5 contributions
First, let me say that I think that Honduras gets a bad rap. We felt completely safe, and the people couldn’t have been nicer. It is very similar to other Latin American countries. We did the full week package at Las Cascadas and had a wonderful time. What a beautiful area! The lodge itself is quite small, only three rooms, but lovely and very comfortable. We were in the Bejuco cabin, which I would strongly recommend. The food was excellent. Ryan was extremely helpful in assisting us with logistics, and Olvin was just incredible both as a guide and as a chef. We loved the white water rafting in the Rio Cangrejal and hiking in Pico Bonito to some amazing waterfalls. But canyoneering in the waterfalls close to the lodge had to be the highlight. Olvin was fantastic in helping us all to feel safe and have a most memorable day. We also went zip lining in La Ceiba and took a day trip out to the Cayos Cochinos, both of which were worthwhile, if you have the time. If you enjoy going off the beaten path, definitely consider Las Cascadas. It was great!
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Date of experience: November 2019
Romina S wrote a review Oct 2019
West Palm Beach, Florida24 contributions7 helpful votes
Cayos Cochinos was the highlight to our weekend getaway to the Ceiba. The water is breathtaking and it’s the clearest ocean water I have ever seen. The water is warm and snorkeling was amazing. We got to see so many fishes and coral. We also got to see pink boas that are native to the region and harmless. We ate with the native people of the island Garifunas. We enjoyed the food a lot , my favorite was the coconut bread with butter 😋 and seeing the kids dance punta was very nice. I read in an earlier review how the kids enjoyed candy so I made sure to take them some and they were all so happy. Great place to visit. Don’t miss it!
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Date of experience: October 2019