The Mayan Ruins of Copán´s
Our trip is concentrated in the city of Copan Ruins, this picturesque and much visited destination is located in the western region of Honduras, a city of approximately 9,000 inhabitants and an elevation of about 600msnm with a warm climate during the year.
The city has an infrastructure of 43 hotels, 22 restaurants, 10 bars, medical clinics, communication services, security and everything necessary for an unparalleled adventure.
Among the multiple existing activities, the following stand out: Copán Mayan site, Macaw Mountain Bird Park, Luna Jaguar hot springs, Canopy tour, horseback riding tours, Chocolate factory and not to mention the rich gastronomy.
One-day tour includes:
Roundtrip transfer from the airport (or your hotel) to the Ruins..Tickets to the Archeological Park and museums. Bilingual guide (available in Spanish, English, French and Italian)
Visit to Casa K’inich Children’s.Museum
Typical Honduran lunch with drink
Visit to the Association of Souvenirs.
– Local transfer
– Ticket for principal site
– Ticket Sculpture Museum
– Bilingual Guide
– Water bottle
– Everything in Option A
– Ticket Tunel
– Ticket Archaeology
– Ticket Digital Museum
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Visit by horseback the archeological ruin of Los Sapos (The Toads), the mysterious fertility site of the ancient Maya. Los Sapos is located in the foothills just 1.5 miles from downtown Copán, a recently restored 100-year old ecolodge. This tour last 3-4 hours, and you will learn about the agriculture of the Copán Valley and about the medicinal plants used by the ancient and the modern Maya. You will be accompanied by a bilingual guide.
CHORTI COMMUNITIES & STELA 10:
This tour is a remarkable opportunity to visit an indigenous Maya community. Just 3 miles from town, the villagers in the communities La Pintada live in much the same way as their Chortí Maya ancestors. You will be introduced to their subsistence agricultural techniques and timeless medicinal rites. Watch local women make ceramics. You can even purchase a pot or figurine to take back home. You will also visit the important Maya stone carving, Stela 10.
This tour lasts about 3 hours, and you will have the unique opportunity to talk to the indigenous locals, and hear their stories. You will be accompanied by a bilingual guide. We recommend that you bring along some school supplies to offer as gifts to the local children.