On a nondescript street on the north side of town is the humble workshop of a local family that has been hand-crafting saddles for generations. These intricately decorated leather pieces can take up to three days to make. At around75 USDa pop, these babies arenâ€™t cheap, but most backpackers donâ€™t plan on lugging a saddle around Central America anyway. By no means a souvenir shop, the best reason to stop by is to see the authentic process of making saddles for authentic cowboys.
Located three blocks north of Parque Morazan.