DAY 1

Arrival at La Aurora International Airport and transfer to the hotel.

DAY 2

Departure to the archaeological park of Quirigua in Guatemala which is located on the banks of the Motagua River. The park is comprised of a complex of stone carved stelae that date back to the classical period of the Maya. Then he made Mariscos or Rio Dulce.

DAY 3

Transfer to Rio Dulce. Departure by boat to visit the town of livingstone with its reggae music. With the boat will be introduced into the channels, continuing to Rio Dulce, panoramic tour of the Castle of San Felipe de Lara, fortress built in the seventeenth century by the Spanish. Later we will continue to the city of Flores

DAY 4

Transfer to the most important archaeological site of the Mayan world, Tikal where you will learn about its culture and importance.

DAY 5

Transfer from Flores to Cobán, en route visit the indigenous village of Chisec, where the Mayan Qeqchi language predominates in this site and then continue to Cobán.

DAY 6

Transfer to Semuc Champey, is located in the municipality of Lanquín, on the Cahabón River. In the upper part it forms a great variety of pools of one and three meters deep, which are fed by springs of the mountain. These pools are located in a small canyon formed by a sedimentary rock and limestone typical of the highlands of the Polochíc valley.

DAY 7

Departure to the Quetzal Biotope that is located in Purulha that is dominated by cloud forest and its mountains. It is the best example of a management system for the natural communities of subtropical mountain climates in the country. The reserve has more than 50 species of trees that grow up to 120 feet tall, including some specimens that are 450 years old.

DAY 8

Exit to the market of Chichicastenango, located in the Guatemalan central highlands, important for its multicolored market, visit of the Church of Santo Tomás. Departure to Lake Atitlán to end with a panoramic tour of Panajachel.

DAY 9

The tour begins by boat to the indigenous village of Santiago Atitlán, located between the Toliman and San Pedro volcanoes, after a great trip over the lake, arrival in town and visit the church of Santiago Apóstol.

DAY 10

Visit of Antigua Guatemala, full day, visit of the most important ruins of the Colonial City, declared Cultural Heritage of Humanity and considered one of the most beautiful colonial cities of America.

DAY 11

At convenient time transfer to the airport to board the regular flight to home.
* This Itinerary does not require domestic flights.

Approx 10 nights|11 days

* Prices based on double occupancy * Package subject to availability at the time of booking * Important: Rooms for triple and quad occupancy only have 2 double beds- Package valid for 2018

Included in the package

Lodging

Breakfast

Hotel taxes

Guide

Not included in the package

Not specified meals

Airport taxes

Tips