There is a lot going on in Trujillo, Honduras right now. We wanted to share our excitement with you about a number of key happenings that matter to us and to you…
Picture yourself. Read, relax. Photo credit: Pam Johnson
Jaguar Construction’s September Early Bird Special – 2012 Pricing and more…
The clock is ticking on our Early Bird Special. You have until the end of September 2013 to take advantage of building your dream home in Trujillo at 2012 prices. Building prices will rise after that so don’t delay.
Awareness is growing about paradise here in Trujillo. With that comes tourism and upward pressure on property values. By building your home now, you can still take advantage of low prices and then sit and watch as your investment increases as people come to visit our paradise.
Casa 17 overlooking Bay of Trujillo
Not ready to retire full time? No problem, we have you covered. According to Randy Jorgensen of Life Vision Developments, last year was a record year for home rentals. Many homes in Campa Vista and Alta vista secured 1 and 2 year rental commitments. One owner of a Campa Vista property earned net income of $6,100 from a renting out their property only part of the year.
For more information about the September Special or if you have questions about
building your dream home in paradise, contact Cathy McLarney at Jaguar Construction
by emailing her today! Email Cathy @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Cruises – Banana Coast Cruise Port Coming Together Rather Nicely
by Chris Owen, September 11, 2013
It was inspection time at Banana Coast cruise port, the retail shopping and 10 acre beachfront cruise destination being built in the colonial town of Trujillo, Honduras. Diverse shore excursions feature the region’s Spanish colonial heritage and lush tropical setting with cultural, historical, soft-adventure and eco-tour offerings.
Drawing an enthusiastic response from the August site inspection, Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association’s (FCCA) Security Operations Committee members toured the facilities as well as the tourism attractions of adjacent Trujillo, Honduras.
Banana Coast Cruise Port Photo Credit: hondurasliving.com
“The cruise industry is very excited about the opportunities that Banana Coast in Trujillo offers as a cruise destination,” said FCCA President Michele Paige. “We found the local government and people of Trujillo to be engaged and supportive of the port development.”
Paige noted that the committee characterized the tour program as diverse and professionally executed, and said the port facilities are fully equipped, well laid-out and Americans with Disabilities Act–compliant, offering appealing retail, restaurants and bars; beach access and designated areas for taxis and tour vehicles.
TRUJILLO BECOMES THE EPICENTER OF TOURISM INVESTMENT
From Honduras Living: From the article written by: Luis Lemus. Copywriting Press Luis.Lemus @ laprensa.hn
It has been translated from Spanish to English. Due to this, the flow of the sentences can be clumsy. See full article link posted below this post.
The awakening of a city with years of history and a rich natural and scenic beauty that has been hidden since its founding on May 18, 1525, and is actually becoming one of the cruise destinations worldwide. By November 2014 we have provided the first arrival of 16 cruises, with about 18 thousand tourists to this city. ”Recently we had a visit Michelle Paige, president of the Florida Federation Cruises and Caribbean (FCCA) and executives of the three major cruise lines in the world”, said Hernan Batres, port manager Banana Coast cruise pier. Visitors are representatives of cruise lines such as Carnival Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean and Prince Cruises, those who are interested in extending their route to this new destination emerging Western Caribbean Honduras. They point to change. The atmosphere of this city is very different from five years ago. And strangers and talk about a project that a decade ago was considered a utopia. ”Now people are starting to believe in this project, though economically not been recalled, the reaction from people has been positive and have been organized into committees,” said Ivan Pinto, political governor of Columbus. Along with the growth, the city is also planning to train its industrious people.”We are running English courses for bartenders and waiters to prepare our people to this great challenge,” said Claudia Madrid, president of the Chamber of Tourism of Trujillo, newly created organization that represents the interests of local businesses. The Banana Coast cruise port is the work that has come to open the doors to the coveted development of Trujillo, a city with more than four centuries of history.”It is a requirement that all those working in tourism speak English, is a priority throughout Trujillo and is part of innovation and challenge we are demanding these new proposals,” said Madrid, also a committee member of cruises.
Local Investments Arise
In recent months, about five new tourism businesses have emerged in this city motivated by this project. ”I can see a positive impact on the town with the construction of new buildings, and some local entrepreneurs is building to rent premises and that is very good because they are relying on this project,” said Siris Bonilla, coordinator of the Municipal Tourism Unit . And it has to be presumed Trujillo. Their potential ecological and historical lets you raise your chances. ”Here we have beaches, mountains, culture, scenic beauty all enviable and unique in the region,” said Bonilla.The old town, the fortress of Santa Barbara and its stunning bay inspiration not only for lovers of ecological niches and comfortable, also entrepreneurs who want to invest their capital in this paradise of the north coast of honduras.”We have a historic downtown architecture a variety of French, Spanish and English, that while we need to restore is damaged and have a better image of the city,” said Bonilla.The construction of the sewage system and sewage is another step that will boost the city. The project will be implemented at a cost of 84 million Lempiras and refurbish the beaches and waters of the Bay of Trujillo.
Local fishermen in Bay of Trujillo Photo: Pam Johnson
Now, are you as excited as we are?
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