• Casa K’inich – Museum

    $13.00

    Description:
    Located next to Parque Central, this converted schoolhouse now houses a delightful, child-oriented museum about the Copan Ruins. A must-see for families, the interactive exhibition will help the youngest members of your family to understand the story behind the Mayans of Copan. The museum is located inside Fortress Cabañas, a military building that was baptized in 1940 in honor of general José Trinidad Cabañas. Since 2002 the fortress has been converted into the interactive K’inich museum, a perfect place to have fun and spend an afternoon of games and laughter with your children.

    INFORMATION

    Tuesday – Sunday

    8:00 am to 12:00 pm – 13:00 pm to 17:00 pm.

    Prices:

    Adults: $3.00 per person

  • Casa K’inich – Museum (+10 people (guide and dynamics))

    $5.00

    Located next to Parque Central, this converted schoolhouse now houses a delightful, child-oriented museum about the Copan Ruins. A must-see for families, the interactive exhibition will help the youngest members of your family to understand the story behind the Mayans of Copan. The museum is located inside Fortress Cabañas, a military building that was baptized in 1940 in honor of general José Trinidad Cabañas. Since 2002 the fortress has been converted into the interactive K’inich museum, a perfect place to have fun and spend an afternoon of games and laughter with your children.

     

    INFORMATION

    Tuesday – Sunday

    8:00 am to 12:00 pm – 13:00 pm to 17:00 pm.

     

    Prices:

    Adults: $3.00 per person

    Group of more than 10 people (guide and dynamics): $5.00 per person

    Group of more than 10 people (guide, dynamics and snack): $10:00 per person

    Group of more than 10 people (presentation in PowerPoint, dynamics, crafts and snack): $13.00 per person

     

  • Casa K’inich – Museum (1 Person)

    $3.00

    Located next to Parque Central, this converted schoolhouse now houses a delightful, child-oriented museum about the Copan Ruins. A must-see for families, the interactive exhibition will help the youngest members of your family to understand the story behind the Mayans of Copan. The museum is located inside Fortress Cabañas, a military building that was baptized in 1940 in honor of general José Trinidad Cabañas. Since 2002 the fortress has been converted into the interactive K’inich museum, a perfect place to have fun and spend an afternoon of games and laughter with your children.

     

    INFORMATION

    Tuesday – Sunday

    8:00 am to 12:00 pm – 13:00 pm to 17:00 pm.

     

    Prices:

    Adults: $3.00 per person

    Group of more than 10 people (guide and dynamics): $5.00 per person

    Group of more than 10 people (guide, dynamics and snack): $10:00 per person

    Group of more than 10 people (presentation in PowerPoint, dynamics, crafts and snack): $13.00 per person

     

  • Casa K’inich – Museum (10 people (guide, dynamics and snack))

    $10.00

    Located next to Parque Central, this converted schoolhouse now houses a delightful, child-oriented museum about the Copan Ruins. A must-see for families, the interactive exhibition will help the youngest members of your family to understand the story behind the Mayans of Copan. The museum is located inside Fortress Cabañas, a military building that was baptized in 1940 in honor of general José Trinidad Cabañas. Since 2002 the fortress has been converted into the interactive K’inich museum, a perfect place to have fun and spend an afternoon of games and laughter with your children.

     

    INFORMATION

    Tuesday – Sunday

    8:00 am to 12:00 pm – 13:00 pm to 17:00 pm.

     

    Prices:

    Adults: $3.00 per person

    Group of more than 10 people (guide and dynamics): $5.00 per person

    Group of more than 10 people (guide, dynamics and snack): $10:00 per person

    Group of more than 10 people (presentation in PowerPoint, dynamics, crafts and snack): $13.00 per person

     

  • Coffee Tour Welchez

    $70.00

    An open trailer pulled by a tractor will take you on a journey of about 4 km through Finca Santa Isabel. You will pass cultivated land with pastures used for livestock and reforested plots with colored wood (Honduran mahogany and red and black granadillo). Arriving in the finca, a 1.2 km trail will take you through the coffee plantation, where you will learn about the process of growing and processing coffee.

     

    Price description:       $70.00 per person

    Included:                     Return transfer from Copán Ruinas to Finca Santa Isobel

    Guided tour through the coffee plantation

    Breakfast, lunch or brunch at Rancho las Cascadas

  • Copan Museum of Sculpture

    $15.00

    Description:
    This museum has been open on and off since 1999 and was closed until May 2006, to construct a new roof, which is now guaranteed to hold for at least 40 years. It houses several of the key stelae and altars that were found at the site, including the impressive main altar carved with all 16 kings of Copan.

    INFORMATION:

    Price: 15 USD p.p.
    Availability: Every day
  • Enchanted Wings Butterfly House and Nature Exhibition

    $10.00

    Description:
    Just outside town, on the road to Guatemala, this five-terrace greenhouse is home to over 30 species of local butterflies. There are also a variety of tropical plants, including nearly 200 different species of orchids. If you’re planning on taking a horseback ride from Copan, ask about including the Butterfly House as part of your itinerary.

    INFORMATION

    Price description:       $10.00 Entry per person

    Open:                          08:00 am to 16:00 pm

  • Finca El Cisne – Horseback riding (Day Trip)

    $85.00

    Description:
    Finca El Cisne offers the most authentic taste of rural Honduran life. The finca has been owned and run by the same family for more than a century. Founded as a coffee plantation, today El Cisne raises cattle and horses in addition to producing cardamom, a variety of fruits and vegetables. El Cisne is known particularly for serving tasty home-cooked meals and for having some of the best horseback riding in Honduras.
    You can visit the finca as part of a day trip, but staying overnight is an excellent experience.

    INFORMATION:

    Price description:        $85.00 Per person Minimum of 2 persons

    Duration:                     08:00 am to 06:00 pm

    Meals are served home style using seasonal fresh farm products
    Personalized trips can be arranged.

  • Finca El Cisne – Horseback riding (Overnight Trip)

    $121.00

    Finca El Cisne offers the most authentic taste of rural Honduran life. The finca has been owned and run by the same family for more than a century. Founded as a coffee plantation, today El Cisne raises cattle and horses in addition to producing cardamom, a variety of fruits and vegetables. El Cisne is known particularly for serving tasty home-cooked meals and for having some of the best horseback riding in Honduras.
    You can visit the finca as part of a day trip, but staying overnight is an excellent experience.

    INFORMATION:
    Price description:        $121.00 Per person Minimum of 2 persons

    Duration:                     08:00 am to 10 am next day

    Includes:                     As above plus full farmhouse dinner & breakfast, and                                               lodging at the finca”s Guesthouse.

    Meals are served home style using seasonal fresh farm products
    Personalized trips can be arranged.

  • Hot Springs – Luna Jaguar

    $60.00

    An hour’s bumpy ride north of Copan you can find the pleasant hot springs of Luna Jaguar. If you head down to the river take care when getting in – the water from the spring is hot enough to inflict a serious burn. Look for a small pool just downstream where the spring mixes with cooler river water: this is the place to hang out.

    INFORMATION

    Price description:       $60.00 per person

    Hours:                         13:00 pm to 18:30 pm

    Availability:                 Everyday

  • La Pintada – Horseback Riding

    $35.00

    Description:
    Perched on a mountainside, La Pintada offers a spectacular panorama of the town of Copan Ruins and the main Mayan ruins just outside of town.

    Small garden plots of flowers and bananas or plantains surround the adobe, thatched houses. This is essentially a subsistence farming village inhabited by the Chorti Maya with the principal crops being corn and beans.

    Horses for all levels of riding ability are available. The hotel is located at the southeast corner of the central park. Take the morning ride and you will be back in time for lunch in town. Travel Tips: Wear shoes suitable for horseback riding, not sneakers or tennis shoes. Put on insect repellant.

    INFORMATION:

    Price: 35 USD p.p. for 3 hours
    Availability: Every day
    Departure time: 08:00 Hrs to 17:00 Hrs (you choose the hour)
  • Los Sapos – Horseback Riding “Hacienda San Lucas”

    $30.00

    Description:
    On the hilltops overlooking Copan you can find a small archaeological site. Traditionally referred to as the “birthing place”, studies suggest that the Mayans went to this particular place to give birth. It is currently located in the Hacienda San Lucas, a ranch that has been remodeled into a tourist center. Food and drinks are on offer, entry to the hacienda costs 30 L per person. The best way to see the site is by horseback

    INFORMATION

    Price description:       $30.00 per person

    Hours:                         09:00 am or 14:00 pm

    Duration:                     3 Hours