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Tikal

In the morning we pick you up at your hotel or airport for the trip to the largest Mayan archaeological site of the classical period, counts with 4000 structures, one of them is the highest of ancient Americas. It was declared by UNESCO as cultural and natural heritage of humanity in 1979.

 

You’ll visit the Great Plaza, Temple I, II, III and IV, the complex of astronomical observation "Lost World" and other smaller buildings.


Duration: 1 day
Operating days:Daily

13:30
Lunch at Restaurant “El Meson” and then visit the Museum of Ceramics.


16:00
Arrival back at the hotel or airport.

 

 

 

Walk: 4 hours, with stops to rest.
85% of the hike is in the shade of the forest.

Recomendation:
Bring mosquito repellent, water bottle, raincoat and the best walking shoes.


Note: The terrain is relatively flat; some temples are good options to climb.

Includes:
Roundtrip transfers from airport or hotel, entrance fee to the site and museum, bilingual guide, lunch and passenger insurance.

No included:
Driver and guide gratuities, drinks and personal expenses.

Yaxha y Topoxte

In the morning we met you at the airport or your hotel to go to the third largest archeological site in Guatemala (after Tikal and El Mirador), impressive for the large number of structures close to each other, many of them built more than 15 centuries ago.


You’ll visit the Temple of the Red Hands, several ceremonial causeways, the ball court, the pyramid of sacrifices and more.


You’ll be transferred by boat to Topoxté, a seasonal island in Lake Yax-há, used for 3 millennia as a royal cemetery. Finally 6 centuries ago there was established a group of mysterious Mayans who built a miniature structures as if they were dwarfs.


There are high chances to see s

Duration 1 day
Operating days: Daily

14:00
Lunch at Restaurant “Portal de Yax-há”.


16:00
Arrival at the hotel or the airport.

Walk: In Yaxha: 2 ½ hours with stops to rest. In Topoxte: ½ hour.

Recommendations:
Bring mosquito repellent, water bottle, raincoat and the best walking shoes.


Note: The terrain is relatively flat and the few steps there, have handrails.

Includes:
Roundtrip transfers from airport or hotel, boat service to go to Topoxté, entrance fee to sites, bilingual guide, lunch and passenger insurance.

No included:
Driver, guide and boatman gratuities, drinks or personal expenses.

Lago de Petén Itzá

In the morning we pick you up at your hotel or airport to drive you to the dock of Concordia Park to take a boat to visit the Biological Park Petencito which is a place where there are animals of the jungle of Petén, that have been confiscated from poachers predators. In the park can see jaguars, crocodiles, deer, parrots, macaws, coatis, to name a few.


Then we take you on the boat to El Mirador del Rey Canek that is located on the top of an archaeological site called "Tayasal" and from there you can admire all across the Petén Itzá Lake and its islands.


El Mirador del Rey Canek has the best view to photograph the island of Flores.


Duration: 1 day
Operating days: Daily

13:00 We take you then to the island of Flores, which is the state capital of Petén, we’ll give you a guided tour of the place, the island is now a very colorful city with colonial and Caribbean architecture, but before the arrival of the Spanish it was the capital for the Maya Itzá group and also the last Maya capital conquered.


13:30 We stop at Isla Bonita Restaurant in Flores Island to have lunch


14:45 Free time to explore the island or shopping


16:45 Arrival back to the hotel or airport.

Walk: 4 hours, with stops to rest.

Recommendations:
Bring water bottle, raincoat and the best walking shoes.

Includes:
Roundtrip transfers from airport or hotel, boat service, entrance fees to sites, bilingual guide, lunch and passenger insurance.

Not included:
Driver, guide and boatman gratuities, beverages or personal expenses.

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