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Your tour begins with a pick-up at your hotel for a tour of Guatemala City and tranfer to Popol Vuh Museum. Popol Vuh Museum offers visitors a unique look at the history of Guatemala, illustrated by one of the best collections of pre-Hispanic and colonial art in the country. After the Museum we have free time for the lunch (lunch not included).

First we will visit Las Americas Avenue, which is named after the reform drawn in the late nineteenth century, due to the formation of the Organization of American States on April 30th, 1948. The area comprising of the Avenue of the Americas was demarcated in several farms in the early decade of the 50’s with the intention of dedicating land to the American continent.

We will then continue to the Civic Center of the City, a set of buildings constructed between the 50’s and 60’s and includes: the Supreme Court of Justice, the Ministry of Public Finance, City Hall, the Social Security, the Bank of Guatemala, the National Mortgage Bank, and the Guatemalan Tourism Commission. The Bank of Guatemala is decorated with high relief murals by Dagoberto Vasquez describing the history of the country, and also includes a mosaic by Carlos Merida.

Next we continue to the Major Plaza of the Constitution. This Plaza is the heart of the Historic Center of the city. It is surrounded by important monuments such as the National Palace (now the Cultural National Palace and museum), the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Portal of Commerce and Centenarian Park. A few steps away are the National Library, the Periodicals Library and the General Archive of Central America. The tour includes a visit to the Central Market, which is located behind the Metropolitan Cathedral, in the basement of the Tabernacle Plaza. There, visitors can buy a variety of art and handicrafts from all over the country; ceramics, textiles, leather, wood, and silver.

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HIGHLIGHTS:

* Discover the biggest Mayan City known and studied
* Ancient plazas and acropolis connected by channels, and many more stunning antique constructions
Tikal Tour.
Tikal means “place of voices”. It is nowadays, the biggest Mayan City known and studied. The park as an extension of 576kms squared. It was declared Human Heritage patrimony, by UNESCO in 1979. Among its main temples and plazas: Major Plaza it is the Archaeological Park of Tikal, surrounded by impressive buildings as the Temples I and II, the North and Central Acropolis, as well as a big range of wakes and altars that talk part of the dynastic history of the Mayan Civilization in Tikal.

Temple I known also as Big Jaguar Temple, it was built around the 700 year of our era. Temple II it is known also as Masks, close the Big Plaza by the west, with a 38mts. high, the temple was built by the governor Ah Cacao around the 700 A.C. North Acropolis it is a religious area, within the ceremonial complex of TikalCentral Acropolis It is integrated by small courtyard in different levels, by large and low buildings called “palaces”.

7.5 Walking tour around this majestic Mayan city considered one of the largest and most monumental of all sites discovered in the Mayan World. With a walking tour of the squares, monuments and major temples also enjoying the rainforest, home to hundreds of exotic birds and a wide variety of wild animals. Yaxha Tour.
Within the Yaxha archaeological park is the Yaxha Lagoon, which contains a series of lake cities erected upon small barren islands. These isles are connected to the mainland and among themselves by an intricate series of roads and channels. The first city, located 30 kilometres southwest from Tikal and an example of the Classic Period, possesses a marvellous collection of ancient plazas and acropolis connected by 'sacbes', or channels. In our day and age we know quite a lot about what life used to be like in these cities thanks to a series of hieroglyphic inscriptions their inhabitants left behind.

A city from the Post-Classic period can be found on one of the islands of Yaxha. Its buildings are similar to those of Tulum, in Yucatan. Both sites can easily be accessed from El Remate, where the Peten Itza Lake ends. Throughout the seven and a half hours that the tour lasts you will be stunned by the sheer natural bliss of the surrounding landscapes. This is more than a tour to some ancient ruins; it is a journey into history enshrouded in beauty.

Descubre las misteriosas ruinas de la antiquísima ciudad maya de Tikal en este apasionante tour de jornada completa con salida desde La Antigua Guatemala y desde la Ciudad de Guatemala. Después de disfrutar de unas vistas impresionantes sobrevolando la selva de Guatemala pasarás el resto del día explorando estas ruinas rescatadas de lo más profundo de la selva. Tu experto guía te mostrará el impresionante complejo del templo, donde podrás admirar las pirámides con sus empinados escalones y descubrir la fascinante historia de una de las ciudades más importantes de la civilización maya.

Te recogeremos temprano en el hotel para dirigirnos al aeropuerto, donde nos subiremos a bordo de una avioneta para disfrutar de unas vistas aéreas espectaculares de la selva, rumbo a la ciudad de Flores, en el norte de Guatemala. Desde aquí iremos por carretera al Parque Nacional Tikal, situado en lo más profundo de la selva de Guatemala. El parque ha sido nombrado Patrimonio de la Humanidad y contiene miles de estructuras en ruinas que se distribuyen a lo largo de una superficie de 550 kilómetros cuadrados.

Visita la Acrópolis Central, un laberinto de piedra formado por patios y templos. Explora los complejos Q y R, donde quedarás impresionado por las pirámides, de hasta 70 metros de altura. A continuación podrás visitar el enorme Templo del Gran Jaguar, construido como tumba para el rey Luna Doble Peine. Podrás subir los empinados escalones externos hasta la cima, para disfrutar de más vistas espectaculares, antes de dirigirnos al Templo II, el Templo de las Máscaras.

Tendremos tiempo de saborear una deliciosa comida y a continuación disfrutarás de tiempo libre para explorar las ruinas a tu ritmo antes de emprender el viaje de regreso al hotel.

Vive la Ciudad de Guatemala, pasea por La Antigua Guatemala y sigue una ruta que te lleva de lo más moderno a las zonas más tradicionales. Conoce la América de la época colonial española en un pueblo donde parece que el tiempo se ha parado. Descubre la que la capital de Guatemala durante 200 años y piérdete por sus encantadores callejones. Por la mañana, visita las zonas más emblemáticas de Ciudad de Guatemala como la avenida de las Américas que lleva al centro cívico. Esta zona destacada por su mezcla de edificios gubernamentales como el Banco de Guatemala con los impresionantes murales de relieve alto que representan la historia guatemalteca. Adéntrate hasta la plaza de la Constitución y te verás rodeado por el Palacio Nacional, la catedral Metropolitana o el parque Centenario.

Por la tarde, aventúrate por La Antigua Guatemala y disfruta tres horas y media paseando por el centro rodeado por la famosa arquitectura barroca española. Dirígete al Parque Central, justo en el corazón de la ciudad, y pasa por el Palacio de los Capitanes Generales, el ayuntamiento, la iglesia de San José –anteriormente catedral de Guatemala-, el Palacio Arzobispal o el Portal de las Panaderas, un centro de comercio de la ciudad.

Visita la catedral y admira su fachada barroca. Construida entre 15423 y 1680, se reconstruyó después del terremoto de Santa Marta en 1773. Luego pasa por el arco de Santa Catalina, que conecta el antiguo convento con los jardines del lado opuesto. Habrá tiempo también para contemplar el brillante color amarillo de las paredes de la iglesia de La Merced antes de volver a la ciudad de Guatemala.

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HIGHLIGHTS:

* Absorb the Spanish Baroque architecture
* Travel back in time to Antigua Guatemala
* Admire a mix of state buildings from the 50’s and 60’s

Make the most of your time in Guatemala’s capital city and take a tour showing you the highlights of the most modern city in Central America. See the Avenue of the Americas, the Plaza of the Constitution, the National Palace, Central Market and many more.

Visit to Guatemala City.
Explore the iconic sights of Guatemala City and stroll along the Avenue of the Americas towards the Civic Center. Here you’ll encounter a mix of state buildings from the 50’s and 60’s including the Bank of Guatemala, with its impressive high relief murals by Dagoberto Vasquez depicting Guatemalan history, the Supreme Court of Justice and the City Hall. Head further into the city centre to the Plaza of the Constitution where you’ll be encircled by the striking National Palace, Metropolitan Cathedral and Centenarian Park. In the heart of the historical centre a few steps away you’ll find the National Library, Periodicals Library as well as the General Archive of Central America. End the tour at the Central Market, situated behind the Metropolitan Cathedral, in the basement of the Tabernacle Plaza. Browse, buy and peruse local handicrafts such as ceramics, textiles, leather, wood and silver that make ideal souvenirs to take back home.

Visit to Antigua Guatemala.
Travel back in time to Antigua Guatemala and take a tour of Spanish Colonial America in a town where time stands still. Discover a place that was the capital of Guatemala for 200 years and be enchanted by its beautiful colonial streets and buildings.

Enjoy a three and-a-half hour walking tour around the centre and absorb the Spanish Baroque architecture the city is famous for. Head to Central Park, in the heart of the city, and be surrounded by the Palace of the Captain Generals, City Hall, the church of San José (formerly the Cathedral of Guatemala), the Archbishop’s Palace and the Portal of Commerce (or the Bakers’ Portal). Make sure you also look out for the Mermaid’s Fountain, and learn how it was built to remember a popular local legend.

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It is the third largest theme park in Latin America. There you will find a scale replica of the original colours of the Great Jaguar Temple located in Tikal. The themepark showcases many styles of architecture that range from traditional, colonial, and neo-classical.

The park features architectural reproductions of many landmarks from across the world, including the Trevi Fountain, Moulin Rouge, and the Tikal Temple of the Great Jaguar. The park is divided into seven total plazas, which feature architecture from a total of six countries, including France, Germany, Guatemala, Italy, Spain, and Switzerland. Each national architecture style is featured in its own unique plaza.

Xetutul features two roller coasters; Avalancha, a steel roller coaster with 8 inversions (one of only six roller coasters in the world with 8 or more inversions, and Central America’s largest roller coaster; and Choconoy a smaller family roller coaster. Xetutul also features the only double-decker carousel in Central America.

When you arrive in Retalhuleu (theme parks area), you will have approximately six hours to spend at the theme park. After your day of Xetulul fun, board the transport for the relaxing and stress-free ride back to City Guatemala hotels

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Kawilal is a world of relaxation, where the most important elements of nature are present in this unique place of hot springs, in our environment are mixed fire and heat from Pacaya Volcano who gives us the thermal waters and steams. Has a complex that promotes sustainable tourism in our country, and has 12 thermal pools, Thermal Circuit, 25 Steam Baths, and 3 Hydrotherapy Baths.

The spa offers Relaxing Massages, Reflexology, Shiatsu Relaxing, Manicure and Pedicure among others, within our facilities are also Fonda Del Castillo, a restaurant with international with fast food service. Lunch (included ).

Únete a nosotros en una viaje a los yacimientos arqueológicos Ceibal y Uaxactún en esta excursión de seis horas. Aprende sobre la historia antigua de la región mientras disfrutas de los impresionantes paisajes naturales a tu alrededor.

DESTACADOS:

• Visitaremos dos sorprendentes yacimientos arqueológicos

• Daremos un divertido paseo en barco a lo largo del río Ceibal hasta La Pasión

• La excursión dura seis horas con una pausa en el camino para el almuerzo


En sus días de gloria, Ceibal fue una gran potencia y uno de las más impresionantes lugares del Período Clásico. Su privilegiada ubicación (200 metros sobre el nivel del mar) era ideal para vigilar los alrededores y ofrecía muchas ventajas políticas y militares. También estaba en un punto comercial en pleno apogeo. Para llegar a este emplazamiento en lo alto de una imponente loma de piedra caliza, subiremos a bordo de un barco y nos deslizaremos a lo largo del río La Pasión. Durante la breve travesía, podrás admirar la variedad de aves migratorias y fauna antes de iniciar el recorrido a pie que lleva a Ceibal. Contemplaremos el centro ceremonial distribuido en tres altos cerros y los muchos edificios que los rodean, cargados de historia.

Completaremos el día visitando Uaxactún, un antiguo lugar sagrado para los mayas. Adéntrate en una serie de edificios ceremoniales, y admira las esculturas de animales sagrados mayas (jaguares, tortugas, águilas, loros...) que representan a los gobernantes y los guardianes de la región. Uaxactún también cuenta con un observatorio que marcaba los solsticios de verano e invierno hasta que la ciudad fue abandonada en el siglo X.

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HIGHLIGHTS:

* Discover Copán, one of the most impressive and important sites of Mayan civilization
* Visit one of the most picturesque village of Guatemala

Copán Tour.
Journey from Guatemala City on this full day tour to the most influential Mayan city in Copán, and be amazed by its archaeological beauty and significance.

Leave Guatemala City early in the morning to travel to Copán, enjoying breakfast en route, and arrive in time to fully appreciate the magnificence of the ‘Kingdom of the Sun’. Take a tour around the archaeological site that was once the capital city of the Classic period kingdom, which was not excavated until the 19th century. At every corner you’ll discover the vast treasures of Copán and with every step you take, you’ll step back in time. Marvel at the Acropolis and important plazas encircling it, including the Ceremonial Plaza, the Hieroglyphic Stairway Plaza (one of the most outstanding structures of the Mayan culture with a 100m wide stairway) and Eastern Plaza. Uncover its special connection with Quirigua and how it also became the capital of a New Mayan kingdom under the Yax Kuk Mo dynasty. You also have time to have lunch in the quaint village and discover the more modern side to Copán.

A fascinating and inspiring tour, you’ll also discover how its legacy left its mark on behaviour and traditions in western Honduras.

Comalapa Market and Iximche Archeological Site.
Transfer to San Juan Comalapa via Antigua Guatemala, out from the city to the village of san Juan Comalapa one of the most picturesque village of Guatemala, on arrival they will be able to observe several local art galleries, where artists show their work. In addition to a visit around the colonial church, after the visit to Comalapa, we will be moving to archeological site "Iximche" a city of the post classical period, where you can visit the pyramids in honor of moon and sun, one of the oldest and most important cities of the Maya.

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HIGHLIGHTS:

* Admire colourful mountain villages, highland lakes and pine forests
* Spectacular views of the lake and the surrounding volcanoes
* Explore Antigua’s Cathedral
* Absorb the Spanish Baroque architecture

Chichicastenango Market & Lake Atitlán Tour.
Take a journey through deep ravines and pine forests to Chichicastenango, whose beating heart is the market that takes place every Thursday and Sunday. Tour through the impressive indigenous market that has barely changed for centuries and browse the colourful handicrafts and produce on offer. Women weave and wear huipiles (tunics) that are embroidered with brilliantly coloured birds and flowers, and seeing their spectacular dress is a highlight on its own. Visit Santo Tomas Church, a splendid example of colonial architecture, that was built on the base of archaeological pre-Hispanic temple.

Lake Atitlan is a feast for the eyes: clear calm waters that reflect the spectacular mountain range bordering the lake, it is the closest you’ll find to complete bliss. Hop aboard a boat across the lake to the village of Panajachel, where you have time to explore its Kakchiquel roots. From here you can enjoy spectacular views of the lake and the surrounding volcanoes. Witness real-life Mayan culture that you normally only read about, and take away picture postcard photos of this bewitching part of the world.

Cultural Antigua.
Travel back in time to Antigua Guatemala and take a tour of Spanish Colonial America in a city where time stands still. Enjoy a three and-a-half hour walking tour around the centre and absorb the Spanish Baroque architecture the city is famous for. Head to Central Park, in the heart of the city, and be surrounded by the Palace of the Captain Generals, City Hall, the church of San José (formerly the Cathedral of Guatemala), the Archbishop’s Palace and the Portal of Commerce (or the Bakers’ Portal). Make sure you also look out for the Mermaid’s Fountain, and learn how it was built to remember a popular local legend.

Explore the Cathedral and admire its elaborate baroque façade. Originally built between 1543 and 1680, it was later rebuilt after the Santa Marta earthquake in 1773, and walk under the Arch of Santa Catalina which connects the old convent to the gardens on the other side. You also have time to be dazzled by the bright yellow exterior walls of the Church of La Merced before we make our way back to Guatemala City, with plenty of time for you to enjoy the rest of your afternoon.

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