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Frequent questions

Opening Hours

8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. from Monday to Sunday


El Paraíso, Omoa, Cortes, Honduras.

Entrance Fee

General Entry: L200 or $9.00 (USD) per person

Children 2-9 years old: L150 per person
Seniors: L150 per person

Group discounts from 10 people: L160 per person

What activities are available and how long does each one last?

●  Hiking: depending on the route, it can last half a day or a full day.

●  Canyoning: 2-4 hours

●  Rappelling: Minimum 2 hours

●  Canopy: Approximately 2 hours (9 ziplines)

●  Birdwatching: Available from 5:30 am (with prior reservation)

●  Camping: minimum 1 night

What activities are carried out in the reserve?

●  Hiking (prior reservation)

●  Rappelling (prior reservation)

●  Birdwatching (prior reservation)

●  Camping (prior reservation)

●  Canopy (prior reservation)

Activity Schedules

  • ●  Hiking:
    ●  Tour to the 2nd waterfall from 8 am-12 pm or 1 pm-5 pm
    ●  Tour to the 3rd waterfall from 8 am to 5 pm

  • ●  Rappelling: Single session from 8 am to 5 pm (depending on group performance)
    ●  Birdwatching: Available from 6 am-9 am

  • ●  Camping: Check-in at 3 pm, checkout at 10 am the following day

  • ●  Canopy: Approximately 2 hours (9 ziplines)

Which activities have a minimum age requirement?

  • ●  Hiking:

    • ●  Tour to the 2nd waterfall: 12 years old

    • ●  Tour to the 3rd waterfall: 18 years old

  • ●  Rappelling:

● 1st waterfall rappel: 8 years old

  • ●  2nd waterfall rappel: 16 years old

  • ●  Extreme rappel: 18 years old

● Canopy: 8 years old

If I book an activity, do I have to pay the general entrance fee?

The payment for the activity includes entry to the reserve.

How far in advance should I book an activity?

1 or 2 days in advance.

Do I need a 4x4 vehicle to reach the park?

The road allows the entry of any type of vehicle. Moderate speed is recommended for low vehicles as the road is rocky and/or rough.


  • ●  Be in good physical condition

  • ●  Do not consume alcohol or other substances

  • ●  Use sports shoes

  • ●  Avoid using sunscreen or repellent when bathing in waterfalls.

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