Parque Nacional Cerro Azul Meámbar
The Meambar Cerro Azul National Park (Parque Nacional Cerro Azul Meámbar) is approximately 400 square kilometers stretch of untouched natural beauty. Located next to the Lago de Yojoa, the country's largest lake, the forest is known for it's cloudy dreamy appearance. The wooded area is made up of three different types of forest - coniferous forest area, forest land and broadleaf forest. In these three forested areas, there are five different ecosystems thriving - evergreen tropical mixed lower montane forest, seasonal evergreen tropical lower montane broadleaf forest, boque tropical broadleaf evergreen upper montane forest, farming system and boque aciculifoliado seasonal evergreen tropical submontane forest. The forest is beautifully thriving with a healthy wildlife of mountain cats, bats, frogs and toads, raccoons, deer, goldfinch, toucans, and many more. The forest is home to at least 80 species of birds and innumerable animals and insects. The forest is popular with nature enthusiasts, hikers, trekkers, bird-watchers, adventure-seekers and the likes. It's a great place to visit to enjoy what nature has to offer.