The Guatemalan Explorer
This tour combines a fascinating range of activities and destinations. Over the course of a week you'll visit Chichicastenango, Lake Atitlán, Santiago Atitlán, Panajachel, Antigua, Ceibal, Tikal, and Guatemala City.
- Duration: 23 hrs
- Available Days: Wed, Sat
- Schedule: 8:00 AM
- Hotel Transport Included
- Mobile Ticket Included
- Offered in English, Spanish
This tour can begin on either Wednesday or Saturday. Upon arrival in Guatemala City, you'll be transferred to your hotel.
The next day, you'll depart for Chichicastenango. Once here, you'll explore the colorful central market and then the Santo Tomás Church—both are unique cultural attractions in this town. Your afternoon is free, allowing you to continue shopping or explore more of Chichicastenango.
The next morning (Friday or Monday), you'll drive to Lake Atitlán and enjoy a boat ride to the picturesque village of Santiago Atitlán. In the afternoon you'll return to Panajachel and have some free time in the afternoon. You'll spend the night here.
Antigua is your next destination. While here you'll visit the town's most interesting attractions, including churches, convents, monasteries, and other colonial sites. In the afternoon you'll return to Guatemala City.
On Sunday or Wednesday morning you will take a flight to Flores. Upon arrival you'll be transferred to the Mayan archeological cite of Ceibal. After lunch, you'll be transferred back to Flores or to Tikal for accommodations.
The next day you'll visit Tikal, one of Guatemala's most impressive archeological sites. Enjoy the ancient temples and pyramids, and get good views of the surrounding jungle. In the afternoon you'll take a flight back to Guatemala City.
Wednesday or Friday you'll be taken to the La Aurora International Airport.
Attractions VisitedCeibal Natural Monument
The Mayan site of Ceibal is located near Sayaxché in Guatemala’s Petén department. The site’s structures are partially restored and surrounded by a protected forest.
Tikal National Park
Set within the northern reaches of Guatemala’s Petén department is the incredible Mayan site of Tikal. With its massive Mayan temples, steep limestone pyramids and thick green jungles, Tikal is undoubtedly one of the top attractions in Guatemala. The ruins and surrounding forest are located within the Tikal National Park.
What to Bring
Comfortable shoes and clothes, sunscreen, hat, camera, bottled water, and cash for tips, food, crafts and other souvenirs.
Entrance fees, baggage handling, and insurance. DOES NOT INCLUDE: Hotel, tips, personal expenditures, and food. Airline TAG $55.00 fuel Charge per person and $3.00 Exit Tax from FLores
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On the first day of your journey, you’ll start your exploration of the area’s wildlife on a trail through the jungle of the Tikal National Park. Eventually you will come to a clearing, scattered with the stony ruins of Mayan temples and palaces. You have arrived at Tikal, home to one of the most prominent dynasties during the Mayan classic period. OPTIONAL only Professional Bird guide, lunch ,entrance fee to site.
3 hrsFrom $154
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