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Going Bananas in Trujillo Honduras!

Feb 21, 2013

Going Bananas in Trujillo Honduras!

We’re very excited to have the opportunity to share an incredible investment opportunity in Honduras with all of our readers…

You’re already familiar with Trujillo for it’s rich history, relaxed vibe and amazing real estate opportunities that we’ve told you about, with Paul and Lucia from Caribbean Lots. And now, just in case you needed any extra incentive to check out this piece of paradise, there’s going to be some exciting developments happening on this part of Honduras.

Construction began in June 2010 on Banana Coast’s $20 million port development project. The new port will include a variety of shopping and restaurant options for guests disembarking in Trujillo, but they will also be encouraged to visit the historic downtown square and relax on the naturally beautiful beaches. There will also be various eco-excursion options available such as snorkeling, fishing and wildlife tours.

This is an ideal time to invest in Trujillo Honduras. We’ve told you the benefits of buying pre-construction (go HERE to read more) and this is a prime example of how your investment can grow, and quickly. You can enjoy your own tour of Trujillo when you visit Paul and Lucia on a Discovery Weekend, and have a peek at the new port for yourself!

Currently, the port is 80 percent complete. Banana Coast even underwent a soft opening in January, meaning they can accept ships for emergency debarking and other purposes. They are estimating full completion by the end of 2013.

Interestingly enough, history is somewhat repeating itself… it’s due to the natural, protected deep-water of Trujillo Bay that Banana Coast has chosen this picturesque location as a port; and in 1502, the deep waters of this bay were discovered by Christopher Columbus (for more interesting history facts on Trujillo, go HERE) on his final journey to the Americas.

If you’d like the opportunity to visit Trujillo Honduras and get in on some of the incredible deals Paul and Lucia have available - $65,000 for your own piece of paradise?! - You can visit on a Discovery Weekend. These deals will definitely NOT last! Especially with more people being introduced to this secluded area of Honduras… the time is definitely now to take advantage of these deals.

You can go HERE to learn more about Trujillo and to contact Paul and Lucia for yourself. For only $299 you can spend 3 days in paradise touring the gorgeous lots Paul and Lucia have available, the town and area surrounding Trujillo and just immerse yourself in the chill vibe this part of Honduras has perfected. Your meals, accommodation and transportation around the area are all included. Go HERE to take advantage of these prices now, before the boom…

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