Farm To Table

Farm To Table

Farm To Table

Duration: 4 hours

Farm To TableJoin your guide on a drive to Campamento; a working Honduran farm, popular local resort and small slice of paradise. Here you will receive a guided tour by the owner. Learn what typical life is on the farm and resort.  Enjoy an interactive experience with the family and meet the residents of the farm including a Brahman bull and traditional farm and Honduran animals.  Today may even be your opportunity to milk a cow. Tour the traditional Honduran kitchen with a wood burning stove and learn how to make tortillas.

Farm To TableAs you await your meal, be entertained by their show horses or just relax on the beach under a palm tree. Your experience continues with a home-style meal.  It’s sustainable dining at its very best using ethically produced organic produce and ingredients from the farm itself, promoting farm-to-table dining.

Note: 

  • Farm To TableWe recommend you wear your swimsuit, comfortable clothing, long pants and closed-toe shoes, sunscreen, insect repellent and bring a towel.
  • This tour is not recommended for guests with walking difficulties.
  • Experience a working Honduran Farm
  • Visit the stables
  • Full bar at Campamento for purchase
  • Beach available at Campamento
  • Artisan Shopping

 

Tour Reviews & Comments

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  1. “Farm to Table”
    This is a relatively new tour for NCL in Trujillo, Honduras, operated by Banana Coast Tours. The bus ride to the “farm” took us over narrow roads with some sharp curves. But the bus driver did a great job. Our guide Oscar (a man who escaped from Cuba on a truck tire raft years ago) told us about the farm and what we would do when we arrived at Campamento (a family owned and run farm at a beach and resort). We were able to see and interact with the animals on the farm. “Mama,” the owner, made us feel right at home. She told us about all her livestock (pigs, horses…they offer horseback riding, weather permitting…bulls, cows, calves, chickens, and other animals. We were allowed to milk a cow and feed the baby calves. A new one had been born just that morning. We even got to pet the resident ocelot. We helped make our lunch (cheese empanadas cooked outdoors) served with beans. Then the farm hands (mostly her family) brought out additional plates with other traditional Honduran food (the beans and rice dish was delicious). We finished the meal with fresh coconut milk and banana bread! Most of what we ate was produced there on the farm. By the time we left, I felt I was part of a new family. The people were so friendly and courteous and helpful. I would do this tour again if I ever visit the Banana Coast.
    La Porte, Texas
    Visited January 2015

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