Informal camp

Luna Jaguar Hot Springs | Informal Campsite

Honduras
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Last Visited: 10 months ago
GPS: 14.991924, -89.133754
Altitude: 0.0 masl
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Amenities

Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: Yes
Restaurant: Yes
Showers: Hot
Water: Non-Potable
Toilets: Running Water
Big Rig Friendly: No
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes

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A beautiful hot springs 20k down a dirt road from Copan Ruinas. Series of 10-15 pools scattered throughout the jungle. Although we didn't camp here, we asked the attendant and he said it is fine to camp in the parking lot for 100L/vehicle ($5). Price: 100L/vehicle ($5).

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Had no issue with the road here, it was unpaved but we'll maintained and in the best shape out of all the roads we've encountered thus far. Worth the trek in our opinion. It's about 12 different natural looking hot spring pools in the jungle. Super peaceful and relaxing! We were there on a Monday night and also woke up first thing in the morning and had the place to ourselves. You park on a giant grassy lot.... one of the cooler hot spring expierence we've had in a long time. A little pricey but worth it to us.

The road is rough, wet, muddy and slow going. Passable without 4x4. The springs are pricey and beautiful. Pay for the full experience if you take the time to make this drive! Cross the bridge for the natural pools, sauna, mud bath and more. Bring cash (no credit cards accepted) Good food at restaurant. No BBQ stations anymore. Camping in flat parking lot or grassy area (beware if its wet).

Only worth the visit if you want to splash out on the costly pools. We paid 160l per person including camping and access to two of the pools, full access would have been 400l per person. The drive is only suitable for high clearance vehicles.

Hot springs and camping in the parking lot. You have to pay though. Total for camping and entrance to the springs was 800L (400L per person). They have little areas to BBQ and there is a big grassy area where I am sure you could pitch a tent. It looks like there are a couple wifi networks in the area but we didn't ask for a password.

A beautiful hot springs 20k down a dirt road from Copan Ruinas. Series of 10-15 pools scattered throughout the jungle. Although we didn't camp here, we asked the attendant and he said it is fine to camp in the parking lot for 100L/vehicle ($5).

Price: 100L/vehicle ($5).