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7:30AM
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Duration
9 hrs
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Tikal One Day From San Ignacio Photo

Explore the vast ruins of Tikal during this one-day tour. You’ll visit Tikal’s temples and pyramids, learn about Mayan culture, and walk along short trails through the jungle.

You will be Transfer from Your San Ignacio Hotel to the border of Guatemala and then on to TIKAL the Archaeological Site.

The Tikal National Park was created in 1956 and covers 222 square miles (575 sq. km) of primary tropical forest. A vast number of Mayan ruins fall under the protection of the park. Tikal is undoubtedly one of Guatemala’s most impressive sites.

While here, you’ll explore the park on foot. Photograph yourself beside Temple I, the most iconic of Tikal’s structures, or climb to the top of Temple II for views of the surrounding area. The trails that lead between ruins offer travelers good looks into the jungle—you might spot any number of birds as you make your way along these paths.

Your bilingual guide will teach you about the history, culture, and natural heritage of Tikal. Throughout the tour, you’ll visit the Q and R complexes, Great Plaza, Temples 1–4, the Central Acropolis, North Acropolis, and Lost World Complex.

After a day spent exploring the wonders of Tikal you will return to Flores around 3:30 PM.

What to Bring

Camera, sunscreen, insect repellent, comfortable shoes, and money for drinks.

What's included

Transportation from/to San Ignacio central area, lunch, professional guide, entrance fee.

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