An archipelago in The Bay Islands, Cayos Cochinos is a Marine Biological Reserve off the mountainous, northern coast of Honduras in Central America.
Launching off by boat from Sambo Creek, a one hour trip to the virgin white beaches of Cayos Cochinos will leave you in awe as you look back at the mainland with the magnificent ‘Cordillera Gracias a Dios’ towering in the distance. Coral reefs and pristine sandy beaches make up this archipelago of 13 cays – a “must see” on the Honduran North Coast. You will enjoy a tour of the islands, and a time of snorkeling while taking in the incredible tranquility of this marine biology reserve. Don’t miss trying a typical Garifuna style dish at Chachahuate Cay: fresh fish, plantains and fried rice & beans prepared with coconut milk. 7:00 am – 3:00 pm
A day in the sun is sure to leave you tired at the end of the day. Floating along the coral reefs and a stroll along the beach is as difficult as it gets.
It is always possible to see dolphin. The coral reefs abound with every imaginable species of fish and coral.
- Beach Towel
6 pax minimum. Lunch and drinks are available at Chachahuate.