On this page we have gathered all the practical details you may need to come see us at our wonderful park. Something missing? Let us know!
We are looking forward to your visit!
A visit to the park takes approximately 1 – 1,5 hours.
|Regular opening times||December 24 + 31||December 25
+ January 1
|8:00 AM – 4:00 PM||8:00 AM – 3:00 PM||9:00 AM – 4:00 PM|
We are located 2km north of Copán Ruinas’ central square, on the road to Sesesmil and Agua Caliente. Using the “tuctuc” motorcycle taxis available everywhere in Copán Ruinas is a fun and convenient way to get here.
At the park
- Our staff speaks Spanish and English.
- Our park has its own parking lot and is wheelchair accessible.
- Pets are not allowed in the park.
- The birds get a rest at noon and are again available for photos at 1:00 PM
- WiFi is available at several locations in the park.
- We have a natural bathing pool, bring swim gear if you would like to use it.
- Learn more about our birds before your visit.
Looking for accommodation?
We do not operate our own accommodation, but Copán Ruinas has many hotels and B&Bs. Please consult the website of the Chamber of Commerce and Tourism of Copán Ruinas.
Tickets & admission prices
Tickets can be purchased upfront at several venues in Copán Ruins. Please ask the receptionist at your hotel for more information. Or simply buy them directly at the park’s ticket counter when you come and visit us.
Prices subject to change depending on exchange rates on the day of your visit. All applicable taxes included. For groups, please give us a call. We accept credit cards.
|Adults and children age 11 and older||L (HNL)||Q (GTQ)||$ (USD)|
|Children ages 4 – 10||L (HNL)||Q (GTQ)||$ (USD)|
Copán es MÁS
Every year over 100,000 people make the journey to our friendly town to admire the great legacy of the Maya dynasty founded by King K´inich Yax K´uk´ Mo (“Great Sun, First Quetzal-Macaw”). Many of those visitors also find their way to our bird park, currently the #2 attraction in the Copán area, and spend time here in one of the safest towns of Honduras.
So “Copán es MÁS”, Copán is more: Mayas + Aves (birds) + Seguridad (security). But Macaws + Archaeology + Security works just as well in English. And in fact, there is even more: Copán is also museums, agritourism, wellness & spa, and adventure tours. Find out more on the website of the Copán Ruinas Tourism Chamber.