A tour for those who want to see the wonders Copala can consist of a travel to the foothills of the Sierra Madre mountains where you can mingle with the natives, stop to see hand carved furniture being made, bricks made from the mud in an open field, handmade pottery and glazed floor tile. You will see a commercial laundry in an open field using hot pools fed by natural hot springs, plus many other unique sights, common to this area. As one of Mexico's first mining towns with cobblestone streets, you can stop into see one of their old mines. Any young kid around town can show you where they're are for a reasonable tip. The mines are open for anyone who wants to go in and explore, but remember to be very careful and cautious. A building which houses a little shop containing the works of a man originally from the U.S.A. He hand made delicate little paper figures which he sold so that he could stay and live in this community he grew to love. You can concluded your short stay in Copala at the delectable "Daniel's" Mexican Restaurant. Friendly service and delictable food prepared for your journey back to Mazatlan. Take time to enjoy this story book village. It will be one of the highlights of your trip.

Special Information: Wear comfortable walking shoes, bring a camera with lots of film, and remember sunscreen and sunglasses.