Antigua to Petén to Rio Dulce, Guatemala

Land and Sea Maya Encounter

This 12-day journey is a great opportunity for deep cultural immersion, insight on social and environmental challenges and close-up to community efforts that contribute to the sustainable development of Guatemalan communities. Explore the Maya Biosphere reserve and experience the culture in the most emblematic national parks of northern Guatemala and the Caribbean coasts. This adventure is ideal for nature lovers and off the beaten path travelers!

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Duration

12 Days / 11 Nights

Travel Style

Active Adventure, Connect with Nature and Cultural Immersion

Languages

English, Spanish and Other Local Language

Physical Activity

Moderate activity

Location

Lake, Rainforest and Rural Communities

Connect

Wifi: Limited
Cell: Limited
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Speaks: English, Spanish and Other Local Language

Highlights

  • Partcipate in a food tour in Antigua, the colonial capital of Guatemala
  • Spend days exploring off the beaten path areas of beautiful Péten, including birdwatching in the San Pedro River
  • Explore the small village of Uaxactún and see Tikal at sunrise
  • Go boating in Rio Dulce, caving in the 'Cueva del Tigre, and get to know Garifuna culture in Livingston
  • Stay overnight in a rural Mayan village and particpate in a traditional ceremony

Details

Availability

Flexible Departure Date
All year

What's Included

Lodging

11 Nights Boutique Hotel and Family Homestay

Activities

Guide

Local guide (not bilingual)

Food

Some meals included (see itinerary)
Try all the Guatemalan local delights in the venues we visit. Veggie, Vegan and Gluten-free options are available. Specified meals B= Breakfast L=Lunch D=Dinner

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Etnica

Locally Owned Social Enterprise

Etnica partners directly with local associations, cooperatives, independent artisans, fishermen, farmers and local families throughout Guatemala, so they can provide travelers with a unique and culturally immersive adventure. They specialize in creating personalized travel experiences, founded on the empowerment of local communities.

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