Hand woven using the junco reed found in the Santa Barbara region of Honduras, these baskets are made with natural dyes.
Beautiful carved masks are made by Miguel Ángel, who often utilizes recycled materials in his creations.
Handcrafted by Lenca women, the modern traditional pottery is unique to Honduras.
FAIR TRADE gifts
La Luciernaga Candles
La Luciernaga works to reduce, prevent and raise awareness of violence against women and children in Honduras.
Juan Pablo II Textiles
Hand sewn items are quilted by the Juan Pablo II women's coop in La Ceiba. These talented women are often the sole providers in their communities.
Offering health and educational services to mining communities in Honduras, the San Juancito Foundation employs 60 Honduran artisans.
We carry a variety of delicious specialty foods that are produced through ecologically sensible practices.
From chip bags to reused metal and glass, we sell a variety of gifts made from recycled material.
Tunu is made in the Mosquitia region of Honduras using natural materials, including tree bark and natural dyes.
Marble Hills Jams
Made on the Marble Hills farm located on the east end of the island, this yummy jam comes in a variety of flavors.
Local honey and honey products are made from bee hives on Roatan!
Aegis is a line of all natural that utilizes locally sourced ingredients and zero-waste packaging when possible.