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Cruises to Amapala

Amapala (Photo:Svetlana Bykova/Shutterstock)

About Amapala

The port of Amapala, Honduras -- located on the volcanic island of Isla del Tigre in the Gulf of Fonseca -- is a newcomer to itineraries that include Central America. Formerly Honduras' capital city, Amapala was originally Honduras' only Pacific Coast port, but over the years, operations moved elsewhere.

A cruise facility is expected to open in Amapala in 2018, and as part of a multimillion-dollar project to refurbish the area, the port's existing dock has been upgraded, along with three local parks.

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Why go to Amapala?

Pros:

Hit the black-sand beach of Playa Negra

Cons:

There isn't a lot to do on this sleepy volcanic island

Bottom Line:

This Honduran port is a newcomer to the world of cruising

Currency & Best Way to Get Money?

Currency in Amapala is the Honduran lempira.

Language?

Spanish is the primary language in Honduras.

--By Ashley Kosciolek, Editor

Photo courtesy of Rilien via Tripadvisor


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