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Book flights to Brus Laguna

Brus Laguna is a remote town located in the Gracias a Dios department of northeastern Honduras. It sits on the shore of Brus Lagoon, the second-largest lagoon in La Mosquitia, a large rainforest region bordering Nicaragua. The town itself is a frontier outpost with a dirt road grid and more horses than cars. Brus Laguna was originally named Brewer's Lagoon after the pirate "Bloody Brewer" who supposedly used the lagoon inlet as a hideout!

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Airports near Brus Laguna

Planning a trip to Brus Laguna? Enjoy flexibility with our selection of 4 airports, which offer different routes and options when travelling to Brus Laguna.

Juan Manuel Gálvez International Airport

This is the closest major airport to Brus Laguna, located on the island of Roatán. It offers connections to various international hubs like Miami, Atlanta, and Houston. From Roatán, you'll need to take a ferry or small plane to reach Brus Laguna, which can add to your travel time and cost.


La Ceiba International Airport

This airport is located on the mainland in La Ceiba, about 180 kilometres (112 miles) from Brus Laguna. It has fewer flight options compared to Roatán but might offer lower fares. Similar to Roatán, you'll need to take a connecting ferry or small plane to reach your final destination.


San Pedro Sula International Airport

This is the largest airport in Honduras, located about 350 kilometres (217 miles) from Brus Laguna. It offers the most extensive flight options and potentially the lowest fares due to its international connections. However, the ground transportation time and cost to reach Brus Laguna will be significantly higher compared to the other options.


Tegucigalpa Toncontín International Airport

This airport serves the capital city, Tegucigalpa, located around 450 kilometres (280 miles) from Brus Laguna. Similar to San Pedro Sula, it offers a wide range of flight options but with potentially longer travel time and cost to reach Brus Laguna.

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Things to do in Brus Laguna

Discovering the many attractions of Brus Laguna can be quite a task, so we've narrowed down our top 3:

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The Miskito Cays

A cluster of islands located off the coast of Brus Laguna, the Miskito Cays are a must-visit for nature lovers. The islands are home to a diverse range of wildlife, including sea turtles, dolphins, and a variety of bird species. The crystal-clear waters surrounding the islands are perfect for snorkelling and diving, offering visitors a chance to explore the vibrant coral reefs and marine life.

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The Biosphere Reserve of Rio Platano

recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Biosphere Reserve of Rio Platano is one of the most significant protected areas in Honduras. The reserve is a haven for biodiversity, housing numerous species of flora and fauna, some of which are endangered. Visitors can embark on guided tours to explore the lush rainforests, winding rivers, and indigenous communities that call the reserve home.

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The Garifuna Village

Experience the rich cultural heritage of Brus Laguna by visiting the Garifuna Village. Here, visitors can immerse themselves in the unique Garifuna culture, known for its vibrant music, dance, and culinary traditions. The friendly locals are always eager to share their way of life with visitors, making it a truly enriching experience.