Its populations is around 8,000 people. The main activity there is coffee, which is the principal income for the families. It's also considered one of the poorest areas in the Department of La Paz. There are lots of touristic attractions such as: the big fall called: El Chorro, there is also caves from thousand years ago. Chinacla is rich in culture due to the customs that the people who live there still conserve. The Lencas is the group living there and they have a variety of customs and also food, that you can enjoy when you are there. Definitely a place to visit if you are in Honduras.