You can visit 8 protected areas in Atlantida! Atlantida has a total extension of 4251 square kilometers as its geographic territory, and about half of it is under protected status. Atlantida is certainly a nature lover’s paradise!
With three different and distinct hubs, each complementing each other, Atlantida is a rich and diverse nature destination: Tela, on the western end of the destination is famous for its beautiful white sand beaches, for having the largest tropical botanical garden in America: Lancetilla Botanical Garden, as well as for its lovely bay with many different Garifuna communities. This is the perfect place where you can get acquainted with this unique culture that has been declared Intangible World Heritage. La Ceiba, nestled between the Caribbean Sea and the Nombre de Dios Mountains offers unique tropical rain forests, marine estuaries and a diverse night life, and finally the Cangrejal River Valley, offers the best adventure and nature activities hub in Central America!
Tela offers access to four of the distinct protected areas in Atlantida :
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