Cusuco National Park
Cusuco National Park
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Northwest from San Pedro Sula. Main entrance in Primavera neighoorhood., San Pedro Sula CT1100 Honduras
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J M
San Pedro Sula, Honduras1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2014 • Friends
San Pedro Sula feels like just a transport hub on the way to Utila but if you only go to the islands you'd be missing out. With Jungle Expeditions you're only 30 seconds away from the start of a fun 2-hour 4x4 ride through jungle, up and over the mountain into the cloud forest of Cusuco. On the way we visited the small rural community of Buenos Aires. It's full of lovely, hard-working people - you can stay the night there or just visit for a quick coffee - organic, locally grown and prepared, and delicious!

Cusuco itself is stunning - just how you imagine proper jungle to be, with picturesque streams and waterfalls, massive trees, and beautiful mountain views. The wildlife is amazing too - we were only there for 24 hours but we saw toucans, aracaris, lizards and frogs. The local guides told us about the other animals you can see there, like hummingbirds, quetzals, kinkajous and howler monkeys. I wish we could have spent more time there!
Written October 21, 2014
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Daniel K
3 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2015 • Solo
The trip to Cusuco was one of the most amazing things i´ve done during my 6 month in central America.
If you are passionate about Nature, you should visit Cusuco, even if it can take a lot of effort.
I´ve been probably one of the few ones who went there without a "tour" or project and i made it, but I wouldn't recommend to do this if you aren't able to speak at least basic Spanish, are extremely flexible with your needs and want to experience an extreme adventure.
You have to keep in mind there is basically NO infrastructure, no public transport, no paved roads and no hostel/hotel.
If you are still interested to visit Cusuco this "adventurous way, you need to inform your self before you do it, i am could give some information how to get there, but it would be a lot to write here, if you are interested though i you can write me a e-mail to: danieledi@web.de and i will respond if/when i got time for that.
For everyone else there are tours you can book in San Pedro Sula, however they weren't very frequent when i was there and also not for the smallest budget.
Written January 11, 2016
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annasm15
Lake District, UK3 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2015 • Friends
Most amazing place I've ever been - so different to anywhere I have ever visited - parts of it reminded us of Jurassic Park! Visited for a week to help Operation Wallacea with conservation work and saw so much amazing wildlife and learnt so much about how important Cusuco is not only to Honduras, but to the world!
Written August 23, 2015
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Richard A C
1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2024 • Friends
At the Park entrance the official on duty required an entrance fee. For nationals, there was a fee for children of a certain age and L50 per adult. For foreigners, the fee was $10 peer person. This was on Saturday, March 16 2024. For one foreigner who has been in country 20 years and has a residence card, the official said the entrance fee was still $10.
Written March 18, 2024
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pilialeman
Honduras1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I went to visit the Cusuco Park on Sunday with a bunch of friends...and it was amaziiing..we had such a wonderful time hiking..sightseeing..and getting wet at the tukan waterfalls..it was really refreshing and a lot of fun..besides it was a great cardio exercise :) i fully recommend it!!!!
Written July 22, 2014
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jefferson l
Las Vegas, NV289 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2013 • Friends
Although I have not been here for awhile I was a part time missionary for several years in Puerto Cortez, Honduras nearby for 4 years. Therefore, since I love to hike and explore I came here often! I have hiked all over central America and have never been to a natural eco park that I did not have a sensational time. This also a very scenic location and you get to experience all types ,of wildlife, creeks, birds, reptiles. plants, trees...ect! Unfortunately, a real danger of going to this park has to do with humans that like to try to rob tourist. Almost all of the Honduras locals are very friendly, it is a very poor country and has its share of crime. You should always travel in groups and carry some type of weapon. Fortunately, I never had an incident because I was well known and hiked with groups of locals. However, there have been reports of foreign tourist getting robbed when traveling in pairs or alone. San Pedro Sula is the most humid place on earth, so you have to be prepared to have lots of water and have shelter for severe rain storms.
Jefferson Lee-Las Vegas
Written June 9, 2014
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abi0007
Newquay, UK40 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2017 • Solo
I had such a great time here! Through Opwall I came for an expedition and was not dissapointed . Everyone was so friendly , was so well planned, food was great and the staff we so accommodating (Opwall and local staff). So many opportunities here and saw so much. All I can say is it was amazing and would recommend to anyone!
Written May 5, 2018
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Annette S
Tucson, Arizona, United States11 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2018
My daughter and I went to Cusuco National Park with Operation Wallacea to help student do research that will help save this beautiful rain forest.
Written April 2, 2019
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Ross M
Belfast, UK68 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2016 • Friends
Camped here for three weeks for conservation work. Access is via a steep dirt track, 4x4 vehicles recommended during rainy periods. Very good condition cloud rainforest, with several areas of highly specialised and isolated dwarf forest. A wide range of plant and animal species, many endemic to the park itself. Various trails, most relatively hilly, a decent parking area with a sheltered eating area.
Written July 15, 2016
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SaraCroft17
San Pedro Sula, Honduras8 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2013 • Friends
Cusuco National Park is definitely worth a visit. The biodiversity in this park is impressive. It's a great place for birders to see resplendent quetzal, frog lovers to see a few species of tree frog endemic to the park, and the entomology-inclined to see jeweled scarab beetles. If you're looking for a challenging hike through beautiful cloud forest with the potential to see lots of cool wildlife, then you should absolutely spend some time in Cusuco National Park. It's one of the best things that San Pedro Sula has to offer!
Written August 10, 2013
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