Honduras’ colonial town of Trujillo, founded by Spanish conquistadors in 1525, is Central America’s first mainland cruise destination!
Trujillo lies on the “north” coast of Honduras at the foot of Mounts Capiro and Calentura on a small bluff overlooking the beautiful and expansive bay of Trujillo.
Trujillo has received plenty of attention as the potential site of a proposed Honduran charter city project, according to an idea originally advocated by American economist Paul Romer. Often referred to as a Hong Kong in Honduras, and advocated by among others the Trujillo-born Honduran president Porfirio Lobo Sosa, the project has also been met with skepticism and controversy, especially due to its supposed disregard for the local Garifuna culture.

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