Pico Bonito National Park

Pico Bonito National Park is the second largest parks in Honduras. Its total area measures 1073 kilometers and it is high in biodiversity. One of the most famous attractions in the park is the mountain range of Nombre de Dios, which is known as the largest peak at Pico Bonito. The peak is a challenge to access because of its forested areas. Thus, many tourists prefer to explore and tour around the lower regions of Pico Bonito such as the Cangrejal Rivers and Zacate.

The National Park of Pico Bonito is located at the north shore of Honduras. It is very near La Ceiba, a Caribbean coastal town. The rough terrain of Pico Bonito makes it inaccessible to many tourists; thus, the huge areas of the region are underdeveloped and unexplored. The different habitats in Pico Bonito remain in their natural condition. The rainforests of the region are home to a wide variety of mammals such as motmot, wild pigs, armadillos, mountain lions, jaguars, squirrels, white tailed deer and a lot. There are also several endangered species of plants and birds all over the vast rainforests of Pico Bonito.

For those who are planning to explore the forests and the mountains at Pico Bonito, the best months to visit would be from February to April. These are the driest months in the region, thus allowing the tourists to have an easier time on the hiking trails. Moreover, the rainy months can cause storms and floods that make traveling to Pico Bonito very difficult.