Biosphere Reserves in Honduras

Celaque National Park and Cacique Lempira—Señor de las Montañas Biosphere Reserve

In the western part of Honduras lies a region of extraordinary natural beauty and rich cultural heritage, epitomized by Celaque National Park and the Cacique Lempira—Señor de las Montañas Biosphere Reserve. Established to protect some of Central America's most biodiverse and ecologically significant landscapes, these areas are crucial for conservation and sustaining local communities' livelihoods and cultural practices.

San Marcos de Colón Biosphere Reserve: Where Nature and Culture Converge

Nestled in the Honduran department of Choluteca, the San Marcos de Colón Biosphere Reserve emerges as a captivating expanse that seamlessly blends ecological diversity with cultural richness. The unique climatic conditions, influenced by a history of agricultural deforestation and higher altitudes, create a temperate environment, fostering a mosaic of ecosystems.