We loved every minute of our week at D&D but the highlight has to be our day birdwatching with Walter. His bird knowledge is second to none. We saw 120 different types of birds, quite phenomenal. It was an early start but they provided a...続きを読む
Love everything about this cool place in the mountains. The cabins are clean and comfortable. There is plenty to do - schedule a tour right there - zip lining, kayaking, birding, hiking and more. The food and service is excellent!
I absolutely loved my stay at D&D. The food was great (nice big portions), the atmosphere is lively (yet relaxed) and the staff are amazing. Ernesto and Walter go beyond their staff duties to be helpful and accommodate to guests needs! Definitely would recommend it.
My boyfriend and I spent 2 days in Lago de Yojoa and really enjoyed our stay at D&D. We arranged for transportation from Copan Ruinas to D&D and from D&D to San Pedro Sula. Our driver was great, always early and ready to go, helpful...続きを読む
The room was clean and comfortable, the food (and beer) was absolutely first-class, and the birding was among the best that we have had anywhere, with a truly excellent bird guide. There are several options for different birding trips to different kinds of bird habitats,...続きを読む
¿Cabañas para nueve personas del viernes 10 al domingo 12? ¿Precios?
Las carpas para acampar uds las,proporcionan...?
VisitHondurasからの返信 | 施設の代表者 |
Hola Yessi! Nosotros no contamos con carpas para alquilar; para acampar en D&D es necesario traer su propia tienda de acampar. Muchas gracias por su pregunta.
Hi, I would like to know more about how is the safety in the area? the lodge? I had a bad experience in Honduras before, but willing to try again, is a beautiful country! thank you.
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I agree with the other post, this area is considerably safer than San Pedro Sula, Tegus, or even Copan. We walked around the area and never felt threatened. Common sense is key, but I was in Honduras for 4 or 5 months, and... 続きを読む
I agree with the other post, this area is considerably safer than San Pedro Sula, Tegus, or even Copan. We walked around the area and never felt threatened. Common sense is key, but I was in Honduras for 4 or 5 months, and I would say stay away from the 2 big cities, and be smart in Copan. I would check out D&D, the waterfalls close by, any of the bay islands, I liked Tela, and I visited a couple of spots around Copan, and felt the level of security and safety were not a huge concern, especially when compared to being in the major cities or in the southeastern portion of the country. Hope that helps.