Offering a garden, sun terrace with swimming pool and free Wi-Fi in public areas, the Trujillo Beach Eco-Resort is located 500 metres from the beach and 5 km from the Guaymoreto Lagoon.The villa with contemporary décor offer air conditioning, seating area, pool views, TV and DVD player. The kitchen comes with dining area, stove, fridge, oven and microwave.
Guests at Trujillo Beach Eco-Resort will enjoy a complimentary breakfast including eggs, toasted bread, fruit, cheese, juice and coffee.This eco-friendly property also offers organic food. Other restaurants are located within 30 metres and supermarkets can be reached 25 minutes' drive away.
Activities such as bird watching, horseback riding and hiking into the tropical forest can be arranged as well.This property is 20 minutes' drive from hot springs and 30 minutes' drive from the Santa Barbara Fort. The Ramón Villeda International Airport is a 5-hour drive away.
Our lodging packages include:
* Tour through trails for monkey and bird watching
* Horseback riding
* Full access to our resorts
Facilities of Trujillo Beach Eco-Resort
* Outdoors - Outdoor pool (all year), Garden
* Activities - Fishing, Table tennis, Canoeing, Hiking, Cycling, Massage, Private beach area, Beachfront, Bikes available (free),
* Food & Drink - Restaurant, Breakfast in the room, Special diet menus (on request)
* Internet - Free! WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge
* Parking - Free! private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed)
* Services - Room service, Airport shuttle (surcharge), Tour desk, Laundry
* General - Non-smoking rooms, Air conditioning
* Languages - Spanish, English
* Games room
Trujillo Beach ECO Resort, is situated in the city of Trujillo, near national parks, ecological reserves such as Guaimoreto Lagoon, historical sites such as The Fort of Santa Barbara.With an abundance of activities, customisable tours, and a taste for the local culture of Roatan, Eco Venture Tours wants you to come explore Trujillo Beach Eco Resort.Trujillo Beach Eco Development extends across 600 feet of tropical rainforest and 15,000 feet of private white beachfront, which is one of the largest in Central America. The perfect getaway from the bustle of everyday life and brings you into our eco-friendly gated community for a hassle-free travel. We have activities varying from the incredibly relaxing, to the heart-racing extreme, or a mix to suit your satisfaction.
Here is a peak into a small handful of the activities you may be enjoying on your trip to Trujillo Beach ECO Resort: zip lining over the tropical rainforests, sailing to the cay islands, snorkelling through the coral reefs, a tour to the botanical gardens, and a taste of the local culture, food, and people of Roatan Island.
Trujillo Beach ECO Resort Highlights:
* 4.5 km fully private beachfront communityResort villas, pools, restaurant onsite
* Waterfront condo hotel opening soon
* Beautiful tropical oasis filled with extreme bio-diversity
* Private & gated resort and residential properties
* Custom home options available
* All fresh & Organic produce onsite
* Various eco-options such as solar power, rainwater collection
* Many eco activities all onsite such as horseback riding, monkey tours, sport fishing and diving
t was the fourth and last voyage of the Admiral. After discovering the island of Guanaja, Columbus goes ashore to Punta Caxinas, now Punta Castilla. It is the discovery of Honduras, the beginning of the Conquest. The natural conditions of the Bay of Trujillo were ideal for turning it into an emporium. Protected by the barrier of Punta Castilla, the bay was a haven of calm and deep waters. In 1525, Juan de Medina founded the city of Trujillo, named after the Spanish city, birthplace of his superior, Francisco de las Casas. But life in Trujillo was never easy. From the beginning, friction among several Spanish captains, plus diseases and the resistance of the Indians placed the city in a precarious situation. Trujillo was barely starting to prosper, when the first French outlaw attack was made on the seaport, July 7, 1558.
From there on the city became the target of pirates and privateers; soon the Spanish crown was obligated to appoint resources to protect the city. The first attempts to prevent the attacks were in 1575 when the Spanish provided the first pieces of artillery and decided to build a stronghold. The building was designed by the year 1586 and than eventually built in 1629, according to the customs and techniques of the time. But the defensive system was so weak that the city remained a victim of the bandits. Trujillo suffered about ten massive attacks in just that century alone.
Nevertheless, the city and the stronghold survived. The times of the banana company came to Trujillo and with it great prosperity. The city enjoyed years of splendors. Trade intensified and consulates of other countries settled in the city. After the departure of the multinational corporation, the city lost power. Now, convinced of its enormous natural wealth, Trujillo begins a new chapter.
The Guaymoreto lagoon, The Capiro y Calentura National Park, the Santa Fe or Campamento beaches (the most beautiful of the north coast) are part of the natural wealth of this land. Added to that is a colonial legacy and hundreds of pre-Columbian sites yet to be uncovered. Trujillo still has a story to be told.
Far from the beaten path of tourism, Trujillo rests against one of the most beautiful beaches of the Atlantic while being guarded by the mountains of Capiro and Calentura. Come to Trujillo to escape commercial tourist destinations and seek refuge in the peaceful town. The natural attractions surrounding the city will make your trip most enjoyable. A place to explore and really relax.