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An amazingly peaceful area with pre historic constructions; many of which are gradually being excavated. The setting is majical with the Copal trees and diverse ecosystems attracting butterflies and birds. The museum is a modern, airy building containing many of the artifacts discovered during excavations.
This place is amazing - so clean and well laid-out. The sand had even been raked! Some great views, and bi-lingual signs around the trails. A nice museum, albeit with signs in Spanish only. I would give it a 5 if you could climb up...More
If you are interested in nature, birds, Mexican culture and history this is the place to go. The Eco-Archaeological Park Copaita is huge 200.50 acres park. We took a taxi from our secret resort. You can also walk about 25-30 minutes to get there.
This is a great two-hour activity involving hiking, archeology, botany and bird watching. Wonderful park site with newly discovered Aztec ruins. The cost is 40 pesos per person and a guide is about 500 pesos. It is worth every peso. Our guide Mario took us...More
This park was excellent for Bird Watching. A variety of species inhabit this little area and it was fascinating being there close to sunrise. One thing though there are tiny flies that bite and unless you have some hydro-cortisone with lidacaine, it could leave you...More
This Park is trying to accomplish two things at the same time-
1) Archaeological site- The different uncovered structures are well marked in both English and Spanish and signs discuss the details about them. You can see that they're continuing to uncover more and more...More
The winners of the ball games at this ancient site were the ones that were killed. That's what our spot-on guide Mario told us. He told us (family group of 6) lots of other interesting (if slightly less gruesome) things as well. He was also...More