Gracias (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈɡɾasjas]) is a small Honduran town/municipality that was founded in 1536, and is the capital of Lempira Department.
Restaurants in Gracias
4.5 based on 97 reviews
I really enjoyed our leisurely tour of the fort. I greatly appreciated the English translation of the history. The views were expansive and gave depth of understanding to the strategic location.
I found the sculptures, by an Honduran artist, especially engaging as we walked up to the fort.
I think this is a nice afternoon activity.
4.5 based on 70 reviews
We arrived with only about 3 hrs to hike. The park ranger was very helpful explaining the trails and difficulty level. The hike followed a river and a stream. I was enthralled with the views, topography and birds. I would love to come again and camp, hiking to the summit. Maybe next time.
5 based on 31 reviews
For those lovers of pickled vegetables this is the place to be! You have any vegetable you can imagine in a jar, from onions, jalapeños, carrots, bamboo, palmitos, different type of hot peppers. Its amazing all you can try here, they have some really good hot sauces from mild to extra spicy. Ohhh i forgot they also sell ice pops from local fruits, really good!!!
Im so excited to have found this store. Highly recommended!
4.5 based on 59 reviews
I live in Honduras and had heard about an incredible zip line not far from where I live. Myself and two other decided to experience it for ourselves. The zip line was easy to travel too, and the staff were very accommodating. It costs 700 Lempira ($30) for non-residents and 500 ($20) for residents. They explain the safety procedures and you have to wear a helmet as well as a harness. There are six zip lines and the whole excursion takes about an hour. Canopy Extremo is the longest zip line in Central America and is insanely beautiful. You can take pictures, or take a gro pro along, and they will take pictures for you if you ask. I definitely recommend this zip-line to all thrill seekers!
4 based on 40 reviews
If you have less than an hour but would like to get a feeling for the local culture, this museum is nice to visit. I wouldn’t put it on the do-not-miss list, but it was pleasant to walk a little ways away from main part of town and see it.
4 based on 44 reviews
I have found very few places so contradictory... Having been to a few hot Springs this was, perhaps due to the holidays, the least appealing...
Loudspeakers here and there, I bet if the trees had the chance they would've run away along with most of the animals that were for sure miles away from the noisy spot.
The lack of notion of maximum capacity make it uncomfortable to be on super-crowded pools, huts, even entering the place was disgusting... Wouldn't even dare to compare with any other hot Springs anywhere else.
From local voyeurs recording all the by-passers on their phones, to reckless kids, or those whose hormones were almost out of control...
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