The Ruins at Copan are believed to have been inhabited by the Maya as early as 1200 BC and are now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Not as impressive in size as Tikal in Guatemala or pre-Columbian ruins in Mexico, the Copan Ruins nonetheless have some intricately carved stelae of former leaders and a well-preserved ball court. Excavation is still in process and some of the pyramids remain partially buried. The ball court of the Copan Ruins is one of the most impressive of all of the Maya sites.
|Price:||80 USD p.p. minimum 2 people|
|Departure time:||08:00 Hrs|
|What to bring:||A bottle of water sunblock, hat, comfortable walking shoes.|