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This private journey combines a number of fascinating Mayan archeological sites throughout Guatemala, Honduras and Belize with charming colonial towns, indigenous cultures and white sandy Caribbean beaches.
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Fly to Guatemala City and transfer to Antigua for
1 night. (N)
Drive to Lake Atitlán via the small Mayan ruins
of Ixmiche. Option to take part in a traditional
shaman ceremony. Enjoy a boat tour of the lake
and surrounding villages. (B)
Visit Chichicastenango market (Thu & Sun) and
return to Antigua for 2 nights. Take a walking
tour of this picturesque colonial town and an
optional visit to a local village to see how textiles
are made. (B)
Drive across Guatemala to Copán and the
charming town of Copán Ruinas for a 2-night
stay. Visit the Mayan ruins and add optional visits
to see Los Sapos stone carvings with lunch at a
former hacienda. (B)
Transfer to the Tikal area via the Mayan ruins
of Quirigua. Stay 2 nights and explore the Tikal
ruins. Optional sunset visit to Yaxha ruins. (B)
Cross the border into Belize and transfer to the
Cayo District for 2 nights. Stay at a jungle lodge
and enjoy activities to explore the surrounding
forest, lakes and waterfalls. Visit the Caracol
ruins and Rio Frio caves. (B)
Transfer to the coastal village of Hopkins for a
3-night beach stay. Soak up the rich Garifuna
culture, relax by the turquoise Caribbean Sea or
go snorkelling. (B)
As per itinerary - B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
This tour is based in 3- and 4-star accommodation.
Available on request.
For a price quote based on alternative accommodation standards, to discuss flight options or to tailor this itinerary, please call to speak with a Cox & Kings consultant or
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