Summary of The Day: There are no scheduled activities on the first day of the tour. On arrival please ask reception when the pre-departure meeting will be held.
Summary of The Day: The beautiful beach resort of Playa del Carmen is only an hour bus ride away from Cancun. Here you can relax on a white sand beach or take advantage of one of the several optional activities available in the area such as a visit to the island of Cozumel or the Maya/Toltec ruins of Tulum. There are also many natural swimming holes, or cenotes, to discover.
Summary of The Day: Belizeans know how to relax, and hopefully the locals' zeal for the art of leisure will be contagious during your stay on Caye Caulker. If not, there are signs to remind you to Go Slow and Take it Easy. The local dress code: No Shirt, No Shoes, No Problem. We'll spend a couple of very laid back nights on Caye Caulker, where you can throw away your shoes and wander the sandy streets, spend the evenings eating seafood, drinking cocktails, and listening to reggae music.
During the day we can organize optional snorkeling trips for you, to Shark and Ray Alley, where you can swim within a few feet of nurse sharks and majestic stingrays. Weather permitting, you'll also have the opportunity to swim with manatees! Another optional snorkeling tour takes you out to Hol-Chan Marine Reserve where you are guaranteed to see lots of colorful fish and interesting reef formations. Qualified divers can explore the so-called bottomless Blue Hole, made famous by the explorer Jacques Cousteau (please note: this optional excursion does not go every day, check locally for availability). Other options include suntanning, riding a bike around the island, or trying your luck at fishing. If you're lucky, you can take your catch to one of the local restaurants and have it grilled on the spot.
Summary of The Day: Our exploration of Caye Caulker continues.
Summary of The Day: Referred to as Cayo by the locals, San Ignacio is the adventure and nature capital of Belize. The surrounding jungle, wildlife, waterfalls, rivers and caves have created the ideal location for numerous optional excursions, from canoeing downriver and tubing through caves, to visiting the famous caves Actun Tunichil Muknal, where Mayan ceremonial and sacrificial artifacts were uncovered.
Summary of The Day: Our exploration of San Ignacio continues.
Summary of The Day: Our next stop is the charming island town of Flores. Situated in the center of Lake Peten Itzathe, Flores is the last town to be conquered by the Spanish. It is also our base for exploring the breathtaking Mayan site of Tikal. Nestled deep in the jungle, it is regarded as the greatest city of the Mayan world. The complex is one of the biggest Mayan sites discovered. You will have most of the day to learn and explore about the flora and fauna of the region, as well as the amazing history of the Mayans.
As you wander the site, you will see several tall mounds which are temples that have not yet been excavated, and you will have the opportunity to climb some of the tallest Mayan temples.
Summary of The Day: In the morning we'll continue on to the river town of Rio Dulce, where we'll overnight in cabins right on the water. In the afternoon the boat tour along the 14-mile stretch of waterway to Livingston allows you to experience one of the most scenic areas of Guatemala. Livingston is situated at the mouth of the Rio Dulce, where it joins the Bay of Amatique. This lively little town has a Caribbean atmosphere different from the rest of Guatemala. It is a great place to try the delicious local specialty tapado (seafood coconut soup) and listen to the local African-style punta music.
Summary of The Day: A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Antigua is one of the most delightful colonial towns in Central America. To fully explore this beautiful town, we recommend booking post-tour accommodations at the end of your tour.
The indigenous people can be seen throughout the cobbled streets and plazas of the city selling their crafts and textiles in their colorful costumes. As the cultural center of Guatemala, Antigua is an ideal place to experience the traditional music, architecture and art of the country. Rich in ornate churches, convents, parks, plazas, cafes, restaurants, bars and colorful street markets and surrounded by awe-inspiring volcanoes, Antigua is one place you will never forget.
Summary of The Day: Your adventure of a lifetime comes to an end today. If you have a late flight or have lengthened your stay by adding post-tour accommodations, you will have more time to explore the sights.
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* You must be at least 18 years old to join the tour.|
* Double/Tripe occupancy price applies when two/three people stay in one standard hotel room.
* Please note that single room is not available. If you are a sole tourist, you will share a double room with another guest from other groups; if there are no triple rooms available, then one of you will also share a double room with other groups.
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