Awesome sight, no crowds, great small museum as well. Well worth investing in a guide to understand the hieroglyphs
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Take a tuk tuk out here for some fun. Great to walk around guided and have it all explained to you. Watching the macaws scream and fly around is really cool to see. Try to go early in the morning as it can get really...More
Guidebooks will tell you all you need to know about this fantastic site. Relatively compact and sporting lots of Macaws, this a Honduras must see. We got a local guide, Marvin, who was extremely knowledgable and friendly. Easy quarter hour walk from town or tuktuk...More
Do not pay for the tunnles. The ruinas themself are great, but the tunnles are way overpriced! We had a guide, which was a good decision. He showed us some cool stuff we would've never found for ourselfes. Have fun at this ancient maya place!
Copán Ruinas was declared World Heritage by Unesco in 1980. Copán was one of the great centers of Maya civilization and the ruins have some of the most impressive pre-Columbian art I ever seen! A must visit.
In a setting befitting royalty, we are able to visualize the royal city. With a recommended guide we walked the grounds, gawking at a multitude of macaws overhead, on a trail leading to the main ruins area. There are not a lot of visitors, so...More
This trip is absolutely worth it. We didn't request it but we end up having a private tour with our guide Jose. He was amazing , informative , answered all our questions and more. Copan ( or the Paris of the mayan civilization ) was...More
Take a qualified tour guide around this place, it will be worth it, they know so much about the place and clearly care about their work and the preservation of Copan. It is very different from the amazing city of Tikal in Guatemala, imagine if...More
This place is breathtaking, we went as part of a tour group and found it so interesting! Its easy to navigate, we took tuk tuks there and back they were easily accessible, feels quite 'untouched', I haven't seen any other mayan ruins so I don't...More