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Pulhapanzak Waterfall

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Address: San Buenaventura 00000, Honduras
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One of the most beautiful tourist attractions and interesting Honduras, and...

One of the most beautiful tourist attractions and interesting Honduras, and one of the best natural landscapes in Central America.1. Waterfall tour2. Tour to waterfall and caves. Extreme adrenaline.3. Canopy (5 cables from above a waterfall). Extreme adrenaline.4. Child Canopy “The Chipmunks.”5. Moutain Biking.6. Horseback Riding7. Tour of milking and feeding calves.8. Tour fruit trees, beehives and coffee.9. Tour to the birth of Rio Lindo.

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So glad we stopped here! It's a bit off the main highway and was a little difficult to find, but was so worth it! There is a small entry fee which must be paid at the gate... read more

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Los Angeles, California
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Reviewed yesterday NEW

So glad we stopped here! It's a bit off the main highway and was a little difficult to find, but was so worth it! There is a small entry fee which must be paid at the gate. There was ample secure parking and decent bathrooms. I believe there was a place to buy snacks and drinks. The waterfall was beautiful!... More 

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Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

I had the chance to meet one of the most beautiful attractions in my country Honduras, Pulhapanzak Waterfall. It's such a beautiful place, full of nature and a lot of nice people . It's pretty cheap! It's a place you must know! Come and visit us!

Thank Sergio R
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Reviewed 1 March 2017 via mobile

One of the best trips we did in honduras we did the canopy and the cascada tour it was amazing definitely recommend doing the cascada tour.

Thank Darw8485
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5 reviews
Reviewed 30 January 2017 via mobile

Lots of water lol.. I love this place is just amazing. A lot to do. The river water is so clear and cold.

Thank Jessy F
Toronto, Canada
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Reviewed 28 December 2016 via mobile

Views of the waterfall are fantastic, but the best part by far was the tour behind the waterfall is incredible. The guides are great and be sure to go cliff jumping!

Thank GregRCanada
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Reviewed 23 October 2016 via mobile

I really loved this visit because it's cheap and beautiful. You can bring your food and spend a good time there with family and friends. There is a nice canopy you can enjoy and you won't spend a lot, bsides you can take amazing pictures there. The entrance cost is approximately $4 and I don't know if it's different for... More 

1 Thank Greidy C
Tegucigalpa, Honduras
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Reviewed 13 September 2016 via mobile

I takes at least 35mins to get to the actual waterfall from Lago de Yojoa. As you get there, you have to pay for Admission. For adults it's L.70 ($3-4). With that ticket, you'll have acess to the entire area. You can swim in the different natural pools and do some sightseeing to take some amazing pictures. There's a nice... More 

3 Thank DonnatellaM15
San Pedro Sula, Honduras
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Reviewed 4 August 2016

I apologize for my previous review. I enjoyed time with my family. Only thing that sucked was the rain when were arriving but it´s all part of the adventure. Will be back there soon!

Thank Yeshua C
Rock Hill, South Carolina
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Reviewed 29 July 2016 via mobile

Heavy rains the night before made the falls particularly powerful today. The tour behind the falls was closed when we arrived but we waited it out. The trail down to the water was easy. At one point we had to jump in a small pool and swim across. The actual climb to a ledge behind the falls was pretty scary... More 

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Reviewed 30 May 2016

A visit to these waterfalls is definitely worth it! Not only are the surroundings beautiful, the trip towards the waterfalls will lead you alongside the river, but also the waterfalls are very impressive. You should definetely take a tour (they depart every 1.5 hours or so) behind the waterfalls. Make sure to were light sneakers, just flipflops are bare feet... More 

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