The Aguán River (also commonly known by its Spanish name, Rio Aguán) is a river in Honduras. It rises in the Yoro region to the west of San Lorenzo and briefly runs south before turning East-North-East, passing San Lorenzo, Olanchito and Tocoa before entering the Caribbean Sea east of Puerto Castilla. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aguán River"
Monga is a river in the are of Saba, Honduras. ...more on Wikipedia about "Monga River"
The Patuca is a river in northeastern Honduras, formed southeast of Juticalpa by the merger of the Guayape and Guayambre rivers. It is the second largest river in Central America. ...more on Wikipedia about "Patuca River"
The Río Coco, formerly known as the Río Segovia, is a river in southern Honduras and northern Nicaragua. The river originates near San Marcos de Colón in Honduras, and flows 750 kilometers, the middle and lower reaches forming the Honduras-Nicaragua border and flows into the Caribbean Sea. ...more on Wikipedia about "Río Coco"
The Ulua River (in spanish, the Río Ulúa) is a river in western Honduras. It rises in the central mountainous area of the country close to La Paz and runs 150 miles approximately due northwards to the east end of the Gulf of Honduras. En route, it is joined by the Suiaco River, the Otoro River and the Chamelecon River. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ulua River"
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