Category Archives: Copan, Honduras

Find out where to eat, stay and play when visiting Copan, Honduras.

Mayan Ruins Museum in Copan, Honduras – Video of the Week

The Maya Ruins in Copan Honduras are beautifully depicted as to how they once were, in the Museum. For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .

Maya Ruins in Copan Honduras – Video of the Week

The Maya Ruins at Copan in Honduras are considered to be the best preserved telling the Maya history better than any other ruin. It was also the most artistic of all empires. For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! … Continue reading

Copan Mayan Ruins Museum, Honduras – Photo Essay

Copan Mayan Ruins in Honduras may be not be as grand as some of it’s distant neighbors like Tikal and Palanque, but it’s definitely one of the MOST important Mayan sites.  To get a better idea of how life ‘once … Continue reading

Copan Mayan Ruins, Honduras – Photo Essay

Copan Mayan ruins are considered one of the most important excavations in the Maya world. Here, you can find fully in tact stelea with precise history of how life really was back during the Mayan empire. It’s a smaller ruin … Continue reading

Macaw Mountain Bird Rescue Center, Copan Honduras – Photo Essay

Macaw Mountain in Copan, Honduras is one of the best exotic bird rescue centers that we’ve visited in a long time. They have all sorts of birds, not just macaws, that you can get to know up close and personally! … Continue reading

Copan Ruinas Town, Honduras – Photo Essay

Copan Ruinas is actually the name of the town outside of the Copan Ruins. It’s a super cute, tiny village to explore. Town Center – Too Many Mangos Outdoor Market and Street Vendors Central Market of Copan Ruinas Cowboy Boot … Continue reading

Macaw Mountain Bird Rescue Center, Copan in Honduras – Video of the Week

Macaw Mountain in Copan, Honduras is an extraordinary special bird rescue center. Plus, you can have a hands on experience with Macaws, Parrots, Toucans and Owls. For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .

Eating Out – Pita Stlye

My son is extremely difficult to please when it comes to food. He is without a doubt the pickiest eaters. While traveling in Honduras a lovely boutique hotel in copan– Yat Balam – invited us for  a visit and lunch. … Continue reading

Copan in Honduras – The Main Town

Copan Ruinas, is actually the name of the town and the ruins themselves are Copan in Honduras. This town is truly one of the cutest I’d visited in a Central America. We live in Antigua, Guatemala which is the last … Continue reading

The Copan Ruins – Maya Ceremonial Site, Honduras

Did you know that the Copan Ruins in Honduras are considered one of the most important Maya Ceremonial cities and ruins along the Maya route. 4 Reasons why the Copan ruins are SO important in the archeological world: Find some … Continue reading

Macaw Mountain – A Wildlife Rescue Center for Birds

Copan Ruinas town is as tiny as they come, so aside from the ruins they are working hard at keeping tourists from fleeing after one day. They have done a good job. Aside from the typical things to do like … Continue reading

Picture This! Copan Mayan Ceremonial Site

The famous Steleas at Copan Maya Ruins, Honduras For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .

4 Must-do’s With Your Family in Copan – Attractions in Honduras

Before heading on a trip to a new location, I pride myself on doing a ton of research to know all that there is to do so that we get the MOST of our experience! And when traveling with kids, … Continue reading

Yat Balam a Boutique Hotel With So Much More – Copan Hotel

While researching my family vacation to Copan Ruins in Honduras, I was incredibly impressed with the hotels that were available in such a cute little town. However, I came upon a Copan hotel called Yat Balam and just fell in … Continue reading

Have You Ever Stayed at a 100 Year Old Hacienda? – Hacienda San Lucas

Living in Latin America you hear the word Hacienda used very often in conversation. Yet, you never really get a chance to visit one. So you can imagine our delight when we stayed at a 100 year old, traditional Hacienda … Continue reading

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