A lost city, UNESCO-recognized ruins, and an eco-archeological park, there is plenty of attractions waiting to be discovered
Newlink Group has banded together with the Honduran Institute of Tourism to promote the distinct beauty and history of Honduras to world-travelers and archaeological buffs alike. Honduras has long been the home to some of the world’s most well-known archeological sites, but with others of legend only recently discovered, the Central American country continues to add to its robust archeology offering. Most recently, the destination debuted a new Archeology Research Center, to bring artifacts from one of the country’s newest archeological sites to the hands of travelers and rounding out a list of attractions that includes Maya sites, museums and endless opportunities for history buffs to delve into its storied past.
With years of speculation and searching, Honduras’ legendary “The Lost City of the Monkey God” was discovered in 2015. Located in the Mosquitia region in eastern Honduras, “Kaha Kamasa,” meaning White City in Misquito dialect, is home to ruins dating between A.D. 1,000 and 1,500.
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