Honduras & the Bay Islands

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Lonely Planet, 2007 - Travel - 352 pages
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Dive into world-class aquatic adventures with whale sharks, damselfish and barracuda in the clearer-than-crystal waters of the Bay Islands. Paddle a dugout canoe through Central America's largest remaining stand of rainforest in the verdant depths of La Moskitia. Revel in the mysterious rise and fall of the Maya as you explore the pyramids and sculptures of the Capoan ruins. Discover how a simple soccer game brought a country to war's dark door. 1232 hours of research (by plane, boat and bus), 30 maps, two very tired Lonely Planet authored. An Outdoor Activities chapter gets your pulse pumping while unparalleled history coverage reveals Honduras' past. Our first edition of Honduras pushes you to go beyond its pages and create your own do-it-yourself adventure - truly the guidebook of the future.

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