The Copalita site now has been set up for visitors—shady mostly paved pathways, and an interesting museum. At a stop by a lake everyone was fascinated with the iguanas and duck-billed herons. Our guide, Mario, had a birding scope which added to his thorough knowledge and presentation.
Mario says there are archeological sites up and down the coast, which makes sense. They are actively excavating this one but of course without sufficient funds to make rapid progress.
We did not have time to make the climb--that would require physical energy as reported by other reviewers.
The site is a ten minute taxi ride from Las Brisas. No food service as yet.
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