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Mayan Adventure: Mexico, Belize & Guatemala


Mayan Adventure: Mexico, Belize & Guatemala

Day 1 - Playa del Carmen

Arrive at any time. As travellers arrive throughout the day, there are no planned activities until the welcome meeting in the evening.

Day 2 - Playa del Carmen/Merida

Take a guided tour of Chichen Itza and orientation walk around Merida. Depart Playa del Carmen and head to the famous Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza for a guided tour. Spend time exploring this famous site, known for its huge stepped pyramids and elaborate stone carvings. Continue on to Merida, the capital of the Yucatan State, and take a short orientation walk. Also known as la ciudad blanca (the white city), Merida offers the ideal opportunity to learn about Mexico's fascinating mix of cultural influences.

Day 3 - Merida

Enjoy a free day to explore Merida and surroundings. Opt to visit the ruins of Uxmal or swim in cenotes in the Yucatan. Take a trip to the beach or soak in the history this city has to offer. The area surrounding Merida has tons to offer. Choose to visit nearby cenotes (water sink holes) in the town of Cuzama. Inside, swim in the massive crystal-clear sinkholes. Transportation to the cenotes is half the fun, taking small wooden horse-drawn carts along old rail tracks. Opt to visit ruins in Uxmal, ride the PUUC Route or go bird-watching. There's something for everyone.

Day 4 - Merida/Palenque

After a long day of travel from the Yucatan to the jungles of Chiapas, arrive to Palenque and settle in for 2 nights.

Day 5 - Palenque

Enjoy a guided tour of the Mayan ruins of Palenque. After, go for a swim in the pristine turquoise waters of Roberto Barrios waterfall.

Day 6 - Palenque/San Cristobal de Las Casas

Travel to San Cristobal de Las Casas located in a high mountain valley at 2110m (6921 ft), via Villahermosa. Enjoy an orientation walk of the city, known for its 16th-century architecture.

Day 7 - San Cristobal de Las Casas

Opt to visit nearby indigenous Mayan villages to see their unique day-to-day life or journey to beautiful Sumidero Canyon for a relaxing boat ride.

Day 8 - San Cristobal de Las Casas/Panajachel

Journey from San Cristobal de las Casas, Mexico to Panajachel, Guatemala. Opt to explore the town on arrival. The first stop in Guatemala is on beautiful Lake Atitlan. Stay in Panajachel, a lakeshore town surrounded by spectacular volcanoes and small villages.

Day 9 - Panajachel/San Juan La Laguna

Embark on a boat ride across the lake before participating in a G Adventures-supported homestay with a local family. This area is known for stunning scenery and great shopping for Mayan handicrafts. Take part in a cultural tour of San Juan la Laguna where you can opt to bargain for colourful textiles and paintings from the local artisans.

Day 10 - Antigua

Travel to Antigua and head out for an orientation walk. Opt for a final night out in town. There is so much to do in this charming colonial city, optional activities for the area include a city tour, salsa dancing classes, a Guatemalan cooking class, or relaxing with a massage. Further afield you can rent bikes and ride through the hills, visit a macadamia nut farm or check out some nearby villages.

Day 11 - Antigua Guatemala

Enjoy a free day exploring this charming colonial city. Try your hand at making some Guatemalan cuisine. Pre-book the Antigua Cooking Class on the checkout page to include this optional activity on your tour or ask your GCO or travel agent for assistance.

Day 12 - Antigua Guatemala/Rio Dulce

Travel to Rio Dulce and enjoy free time to explore.

Day 13 - Rio Dulce/Flores

Travel to the Caribbean town of Livingston by scenic boat ride from Rio Dulce. Enjoy a visit to the G Adventures–supported El Manglar Restaurant for an explanation of the women-led community initiative project here. Then, walk around the grounds before a sit-down lunch of delicious local flavours. Continue on to Flores. Located on Lake Peten Itza, this is an excellent home base for exploring nearby Tikal.

Day 14 - Flores

Enjoy a guided tour of the nearby Mayan ruins of Tikal. In the afternoon, opt to relax on the lake or hang out at a cafe in town.

Day 15 - Flores/San Ignacio

Cross the border to Belize. Opt to visit the sacred Mayan cave Actun Tunichil Muknal, explore the Mountain Pine Ridge area, or see the lesser-known Mayan ruins of Xunantunich.

Day 16 - San Ignacio

Enjoy a free day to explore. Opt to check out nearby caves, some more Mayan sites or a local conservation project.

Day 17 - San Ignacio/Caye Caulker

Travel to Belize City and catch a high-speed water taxi to Caye Caulker. Later, explore Caye Caulker on a G Adventures-supported Bike with Purpose tour. Spend a few days enjoying this island paradise. Caye Caulker is a relaxed and easy going island with friendly and welcoming local residents. There are dozens of activities around the island and surrounding coral reefs. Try your hand at fishing and barbecue your catch on the beach.

Day 18 - Caye Caulker

Spend time enjoying this island paradise. Opt to go on a sailing trip to snorkel with stingrays, nurse sharks and green turtles at Hol Chan Marine Reserve. If the boats aren't your thing, just relax, Belizean-style.

Day 19 - Caye Caulker

Jump for joy that you get another full day to explore Caye Caulker! Do what you didn't get to yesterday or take the day to just lay on the beach!

Day 20 - Caye Caulker/Playa del Carmen

Say farewell to Belize, and travel by boat and private vehicle from Caye Caulker to Playa del Carmen, Mexico. With plenty of options nearby, Playa is an excellent hub for exploring.

Day 21 - Playa del Carmen

Enjoy a free day to explore the Mayan ruins of Tulum, or visit one of the many cenotes. Enjoy dinner at a G Adventures-supported community restaurant with a youth-focused art program.

Day 22 - Playa del Carmen

Depart at any time.

Wat is inbegrepen?


Hotels (18 nts), jungle lodge (2 nt), homestay (1 nt).

Lokaal vervoer

Public bus, private vehicle, boat, walking.


Meals Included: 1 lunch, 2 dinners
Meals Budget: Allow USD785-1020 for meals not included.

Houd er rekening mee

- Anthropology Museum Visit (55MXN per person)
- Cenote Visit (50-60USD per person)

Uxmal Ruins
- Uxmal Ruins Visit (70-110USD per person)

- Day Trip to Progreso Beach (4USD per person)

- Jungle Trail Hike (25USD per person)
- BBQ Lunch (30USD per person)

San Cristóbal de Las Casas
- Lagunas de Montebello Visit (30USD per person)
- Sumidero Canyon (40USD per person)
- Indigenous Villages Tour (30USD per person)

Antigua Guatemala
- Finca Valhalla Visit (5-10USD per person)
- Elizabeth Bell Walking Tour (25USD per person)
- ChocoMuseo Tour and Workshop (24USD per person)
- Salsa Lesson (10USD per person)
- Massage (30-60USD per person)
- Antigua Cooking Class (55USD per person)

- Swimming

Caves Branch
- Cave Tubing (90USD per person)

- Caracol Ruins Tour (115USD per person)

- Xunantunich Visit (50USD per person)

Actun Tunichil Muknal
- Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave Visit (110USD per person)

Barton Creek
- Barton Creek Cave Canoeing (110USD per person)

San Ignacio
- Horseback Riding (75USD per person)

Caye Caulker
- Guided Kayak Trip (15-20USD per person)
- Hol Chan Marine Reserve Day Tour
- Sunset Sailing Boat Tour (60USD per person)
- Fishing (250-450USD per person)

Playa del Carmen
- Cenote Visit (40-60USD per person)
- Tequila Tasting (850-1100MXN per person)
- Coco Bongo Disco and Show (90USD per person)

- Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve Canal Float (135USD per person)
- Tulum Ruins Visit

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