Camacho has a Honduran new factory and a new Camp Camacho.

As part of the new Diadema Cigars de Honduras S.A. built by Oettinger Davidoff AG in Danlí, Honduras last year, the company constructed a new guesthouse right next to the factory.

The purpose was to resurrect Camp Camacho, a cigar experience started by the brand’s former owners, the Eiroa family, where guests were invited down to tour the company’s operations.

Camacho’s new facility features 11 rooms and 13 bathrooms complete with a full bar and kitchen. The 8,600-square-foot house features modern amenities like wi-fi and flat screen televisions.


Camp Camacho might be back, but it’s not the same. Rather than focusing almost exclusively on cigars, a day has been added for recreational activities in the jungle and the company has created the tour for consumers, as opposed to most cigar tours which are typically taken by retailers.

Starting in February, Camacho will allow for anyone to come to Honduras as part of its new and revamped Camp Camacho program. The four-day journey starts with arrival in Tegucigalpa, the capital of Honduras. Guests than travel east to Danlí and then to La Tigra National Park for zip-lining, hiking or sightseeing followed by dinner and a rum pairing. The third day is full of tobacco including tours of the factory, fields and an opportunity to blend your own cigar. The last day consists of breakfast and a tour of Danlí, the Honduran cigar capital, before guests fly home.

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The four-day trip costs $686.74 plus airfare, which must be booked through Camacho’s specified travel agent. However, the cost covers all other transport, lodging, food and however many cigars you can smoke while in Honduras.

Trips run from Feb. 7-April 10 and can be booked online.

Camacho is one of at least four companies in Honduras offering cigars tours, though not all of them are open to the public. CLE, JRE Tobacco Co. and Rocky Patel also offer formalized tours.

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Charlie Minato

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