Mainland Beach Life in Honduras
Jan 17, 2013
If you live in the northern hemisphere, there’s a good chance you’re dealing with cold temperatures – some of you seeing well below the 0° mark. It’s the middle of January, and you’re shoveling snow, scraping car windows and doing everything you can to stay warm.
Imagine being able to mosey down to your own beach, set yourself up on a chaise and simply enjoy the warm sun and gently lapping waves. It’s easy to imagine, right? Well, what if we were to tell you that it’s just as easy to make a reality?
Over the years, the majority of attention brought to Honduras has been a result of the Bay Islands, located just off the mainland. But that’s changing as people discover the spectacular beaches of Honduras’ mainland. That being said, flying under the radar has helped keep property prices low on this hidden coast of the Caribbean. But that won’t be the case forever. People are recognizing that beachfront is a hot ticket, and that’s slowly pushing prices up.
Trujillo is on the eastern coast of Honduras and has a significant amount of history associated with it. It also has incredible white-sand beaches that welcome the warm, turquoise water of the Caribbean to gently wash over them. Palm trees sway in the background, and lush rain forest pours down the hills to meet the beach.
The beaches in Trujillo offer open-air, thatched roof restaurants and bars providing a reprieve from the heat, in addition to good food and cool drinks. Nightlife, grocery stores and restaurants to suit every palate are scattered throughout the area, making it an easy place to call home, either short-term or long-term.
These quiet, lightly populated beaches are a perfect location to build your tropical dream home. And we have a developer partner that can do just that for you!
You can own a piece of this wondrous paradise for as little as $65,000. Sign up for a Discovery Weekend to experience Honduras and the beautiful bay of Trujillo for yourself. You’ll get a tour of the beachfront properties, experience the local culture and see for yourself that escaping the miserable, cold winter of the north is easier (and cheaper!) then you ever thought. Go HERE now to learn more!