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The Maya Treasure-Trail

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Book from € 1,599.-
GROUP SIZE: 4-24 | 22 DAYS

Excursions Intro

Below is a list of locally offered excursions. Entrance fees are exclusive (unless explicitly stated). The prices quoted are based upon the participation of at least 10 participants. These amounts are subject to change and are only meant to give you an indication. Costs paid on site for the excursions are often in local currency so the prices can therefore deviate from those published.

€ 35.-

Antigua - climbing Pacaya

The top of the active Pacaya volcano is 2600 meters high, the hike is a total of 3.5 km. To do this climb you should be in reasonable condition. Some sections are very steep.

€ 35.-

Caye Caulker - Snorkelling

You can go snorkelling for a half day or a whole day. The price for a half day is about 30 euros and for a whole day about 60 euros.
Explore the second largest coral reef in the world! While snorkelling you can see stingrays, nurse sharks, barracudas and more. If you spend all day snorkelling you also visit the waters around the island of San Pedro, where you can spot turtles and dolphins (with some luck).

Includes: entrance fees, equipment, water, fruit, lunch (if you go all day).
€ 14.-

Copan - Horse riding

Ride a horse through the jungle which is surrounding the city of Copan. A guide will take you to a small village where you can taste the life in the countryside. It's not necessary to have horse riding experience. The trip lasts for about three hours.

€ 23.-

Copan - Visit the hot springs

Take a rest from the steaming heat of Copan and relax in the hot water pools, handmade using local stone and nicely decorated in typical Mayan style. There are several pools of different temperatures. You can also treat yourself to a mud bath. Total time including transport is around 3 to 4 hours.

€ 10.-

General - Entrance fees

Entrance to the Mayan archeological excavations are between € 5 and € 10 p / p per excavation, with the exception of Tikal which is € 15 p / p.

€ 28.-

Palenque - Ruins, Misol Ha, Agua Azul

In the morning visit the jungle located in the Mayan ruins of Palenque (admission not included). Then an afternoon visit to the waterfalls Misol Ha and Agua Azul, where you can swim and enjoy the beautiful turquoise pools and the surrounding jungle.

Not included: admission and tour guide

Included: Transportation
 

€ 19.-

Panajachel - Lake Atitlán

You cross the lake by boat to the village of San Pedro at the foot of the volcano and Santiago de Atitlan, where you can visit the church and the market. There is also the opportunity to take a walk around a coffee plantation.

€ 28.-

Rio Dulce - Livingston excursion

Take a boat trip on the Rio Dulce in the direction of the Caribbean coast. The boat navigates between high rocky cliffs covered with giant tropical forests. Between the aerial roots of the mangrove covered shores, you'll see scattered huts on stilts belonging to the Kekchi Indians who make a living from fishing and bird hunting. We stop in Livingston at the mouth of the river to see a Creole fishing village.

€ 30.-

San Cristobal - Cañon del Sumidero

Travel by bus for 1.5 hours to Chiapa de Corzo, from where the trip begins. You'll travel about 2 hours on the Rio Grijalva waterfalls and steep cliffs that sometimes rise up one mile from the water. You will find many birds including pelicans, cormorants, herons, kingfishers, and vultures. Often you see crocodiles here too.

Included: boat at the Sumidero and round transportation to Chiapa de Corzo

€ 22.-

San Cristobal - Villages of San Juan Chamula and Zinacantan

San Juan Chamula is a small village with a striking white church whose entrance is richly painted. The ground is strewn with pine needles. In the village of Zinacantan the men distinguish themselves from other men from the area with their typical dress, red and white striped tunics and flat, round, straw hats with colourful ribbons.

Included: Round transportation visiting the 2 Indian communities and tour guide

 

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