Escape the city, sit back and let Honduran food and culture come to life during this 10-hour tour. In Sabanagrande, understand how local people make a living by planting corn and beans and selling them in the market before tasting regional specialities made from those ingredients. (You will taste the famous ROSQUILLAS).In Ojojona, more delicacies await along with local pottery and wood crafts. Hotel pickup and drop-off, transportation in an air-conditioned van, and a guide/driver included.
After pickup at your hotel in Tegucigalpa, travel 20 miles (35 km) by air-conditioned van to the town of Sabanagrande for a typical breakfast followed by a short guided walk through the cobblestone streets and central square of the town. At the town's pavilions, savor Honduran rosquillas which are buttery, cheesy crackers made fresh daily.Then journey to San Buenaventura and pause for a cup of coffee or an artisanal ice cream before heading to Ojojona,about 10 minutes away, to taste more traditional food including soups, yuca, pupusas (stuffed cornmeal patties cooked on a griddle), and grilled meat. A short guided walk around town reveals the architecture, churches, and pottery and wood craft shops of Ojojona.The journey continues to Santa Ana to taste more regional dishes, including tamales and a corn-based beverage called atol, before returning to your hotel in Tegucigalpa. Food and beverages are not included in the price of this tour.