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Rather than just ticking off historical sights, gain insight into local culture during a shore excursion to Rio Dulce and a children’s school from Santo Tomas de Castilla. Ideal for first-time visitors with limited time, this tour combines nature, culture, and history: you’ll explore Rio Dulce Canyon by boat, interact with locals at a school; and take a walking tour of the city. Plus, port pickup and drop-off are included.
Flight from Guatemala city by plane and Visit El Mirador Archeological Site by Helicopter!, , El Mirador is a Late Pre-classic Maya city located in the Mirador Basin, Petén, Guatemala, dating from 600 BC and was partially abandoned around year 150 AD. day 2; visit Cráter Azul; is one of the water sources of the Rio La Pasión, in the municipality of Sayaxche, in the department of Petén. The natural sources of this place are navy blue or turquoise, and due to its crystalline water you can see all the underwater garden that is at its bottom.IMPORTANT: 3 passengers are required as a minimum
Visit magical Lake Atitlan with this full-day trip. Travelers from around the world flock to this natural wonder for its gleaming waters and volcano views. After a scenic ferry ride you’ll arrive at the lakeside town of Santiago Atitlán. As you explore on foot, you’ll see locals in traditional dress and have a chance to visit quirky deity Maximón. Enjoy lunch and shopping back in Panajachel before your tour concludes.
Visit the traditional village of Santiago Atitlan on a half-day tour from Panajachel. Travel with your guide by public boat to Santiago Atitlan for a walking tour of the village. Learn about the indigenous Mayan culture that remains strong in the region as you explore the vibrant community with your guide. Then soak in sweeping views of Lake Atitlan and its surroundings as you return to Panajachel by boat.
Visit El Mirador Archeological Site by Helicopter!, El Mirador is a Late Pre-classic Maya city located in the Mirador Basin, Petén, Guatemala, dating from 600 BC and was partially abandoned around year 150 AD. day 2; visit Cráter Azul; is one of the water sources of the Rio La Pasión, in the municipality of Sayaxche, in the department of Petén. The natural sources of this place are navy blue or turquoise, and due to its crystalline water you can see all the underwater garden that is at its bottom.IMPORTANT: 3 passengers are required as a minimum
Enjoy a 5-day tour of the most emblematic places in Guatemala. You will get to know Semuc Champey and its crystalline waters, the archaeological splendor of Copán, the imposing Mayan stelae of Quiriguá, and enjoy nature in Río Dulce !.
You absolutely will not find another tour out there as packed with activities & attractions as this one. You will also not find another tour out there that offers it all "FIRST CLASS," yet for a relatively low price. We have thousands of travelers taking this specific tour every year-and that's because no competitor can beat us on quality, price & substance.> A Helicopter Ride Over Ancient Temples Found Deep in the Jungle> Paragliding Over Lake Atitlán (optional)> Kayaking on Lake Atitlán> A Hike Up to an Active Complex Volcano> A Visit to the Country’s Biggest Indigenous Market> Seeing Traditional Villages by Boat> Walking the Streets of a Colonial Town Called Antigua> Hiking to a Viewpoint Near to Lake Atitlán to Watch the Sunrise> A Coffee Plantation Tour> Seeing One of Central America’s Greatest Archaeological Sites> Zip-Lining Over Jungles> Cozy & Quality Rooms& Much Much More
This place is well known to admire the beauty of Río Dulce. It is characterized by its history and charisma in the Caribbean. In addition, these are unmissable destinations due to their great natural beauty.
When you choose Authenticity Travel, you're choosing to be part of a larger network that promotes sustainable tourism in the community of Lake Atitlán and beyond. We are not simply guiding you from point A to point B, rather accompanying you to make sure you feel connected to the location in which you're in as part of the authentic experience.
Join internationally recognized photographer, Douglas Beasley for a ten-day retreat in Guatemala, where you will explore how to create travel images that are full of meaning and depth, rather than anonymous postcard pictures.
Laguna Brava is by far the most beautiful and impresive Body of water in Guatemala.Its Crystal clear Waters reflect a Turquoise color all day long from dawn ´til Sunset.The 3 Cenotes (Water Holes) on the North side of the Lagoon are alsoof incredible beauty.