The Lost City of the Monkey God Setting & Symbolism

Preston, Douglas
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Mosquitia

Mosquitia is a region in Honduras that is the site of T1 and T3, the areas explored by Preston and Steve Elkins as the potential site of the Lost City of the Monkey God. The area contains the thickest jungle in the world, and much of it is quite remote, as it is crossed by jagged chains of mountains. The rainforest area receives 10 feet of rain a year, and flash floods are common. The fauna include deadly snakes, jaguars, and monkeys. The area is remarkably remote.

Roatan

Roatan is an island in the Gulf of Honduras where the expedition team gathered in April of 2012 so that lidar images of the sites in Mosquitia could be collected. Thirty miles in length and two in width, Roatan is a paradise with beaches, coral reefs, and luxury resorts where the expedition crew stays. Located in the northeastern part of Honduras...

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