Omega Jungle Lodge

Staying at The Omega Jungle Lodge is a unique experience. It's like living in a botanic garden with the plethora of tropical plants, the 100-year-old mango forest and the orange plantation. The beautiful Eco Jungle Lodge is nestled in the Rainforest of the Rio Cangrejal Valley which boarders Pico Bonito and Nombre de Dios National Parks and is surrounded by a huge botanical garden and lots of fruit trees for you to pick. There are plenty of walking tracks just by the lodge to use at your pleasure and the rainforest is awe-inspiring and contains a huge variety of unique vegetation, insects and animals. With no neighbours and only the harmonious singing of the birds, it is the perfect place to relax after the hustle and bustle of a Honduran city.

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Bamboo Cabin

Bamboo Cabin is spacious, with a private bathroom, hot water, 2 levels. One queen size bed downstairs & one double bed upstairs. Enjoy the view of huge bamboo plants,a great view into Nombre De Dios N.P. and a variety of birds.

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Beauty View Cabin

Beauty View Cabin is spacious, with a private bathroom, hot water, 2 levels. One queen size bed downstairs & one double bed upstairs. The cabin has a great view into Pico Bonito N.P. and El Bejuco waterfall.

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The Jungle Restaurant

Surrounded by botanic gardens, the restaurant and bar is the perfect solution for those travelers seeking a different atmosphere and experience when it comes to the 'art of indulgence.' Enjoy one of many national and international meals, sitting in a traditional Honduran thatched 'Champa' whilst listening to the 'music' of the rainforest and the lapping water of the jungle creek and pool, as well as bird watching from the dinner table.

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Omega jungle Lodge Activities

Nestled between two National Parks, The Lodge is the perfect retreat for the would-be naturalist, hiker and intrepid explorer. There are plenty of walking tracks just by the lodge to use at your pleasure and the rainforest is awe-inspiring and contains a huge variety of unique vegetation, insects and animals. It is really a Birdwatchers Paradise here, with numerous tropical and unique birds such as Toucans and Yellow Tails to watch whilst relaxing in the outstanding rainforest. The exciting journey beginning at the base of the valley, 'La Culebra' or 'The Snake', is a 10km drive on dirt road which twists and turns parallel to the river, with a view of the impressive 80-meter waterfall, 'El Bejuco'. For those who wish to see at first hand the amazing power of Mother Nature, you can join one of the two day hikes to the waterfall.

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