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Antigua - Chichicastenango - Tikal
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9 to 13+ Nights from $1,959 w/air, hotel & air taxes*
This sample price includes ALL air taxes & fuel surcharges: priced within the past 7 days for arrival on Tuesday, December 02, 2014, departure from Miami FL. Choose your own departure city and dates.
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Antigua Colonial - Chichicastenango Market -Tikal Pyramids - Guatemala City.

This 9 night sample itinerary includes:
  • Flight in and out of Guatemala City
  • Airport transfers
  • 2 nights in Antigua
  • Transfer to Chichicastenango with Market tour
  • 2 nights in Chichicastenango
  • Transfer from Chichicastenango to Guatemala city
  • 1 night in Guatemala City
  • Flight from Guatemala City to Flores
  • 3 nights in Flores/Tikal
  • Flight from Flores to Guatemala City
  • 1 night in Guatemala City
  • Daily breakfast (most hotels)
  • Hotel Taxes
  • Tuesday and Friday departures, year round.

Price history for this itinerary (past 7 days):
From Miami FL for 9 nights
$1,958 * incl.tax
From New York, Newark, NJ for 9 nights
$2,191 * incl.tax
Related Cities:
Antigua (17)  Chichicastenango (5)  Flores - Tikal (15)  Guatemala (26)  Guatemala City (21)  
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1. Antigua
   (10 hotels)
2. Chichicastenango
   (2 hotels)
3. Guatemala City
   (2 hotels)
4. Flores - Tikal
   (6 hotels)
5. Guatemala City
   (2 hotels)
Guest:
Please contact us for any special arrangements such as more than three rooms and partial stays.

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Trip Summary
2 nights in Antigua

Founded in 1543, La Antigua was once the third most important Spanish city in the Americas. The city, built on a grid plan inspired by the Italian Renaissance, amassed a number of superb monuments in less than three centuries. Its rich colonial heritage (the town is packed with churches, monasteries, and convents), famous Easter celebrations, three surrounding volcanoes, and abundance of flowers, make it a Mecca for tourists.


2 nights in Chichicastenango

Surrounded by valleys, with nearby mountains looming overhead, Chichicastenango (2030 meters) seems isolated from the rest of Guatemala. When its narrow cobbled streets and red-tiled roofs are enveloped in mist as they often are, it seems magical. Though isolated, Chichi has always been an important market town. Villagers from throughout the region would walk for many hours carrying their wares to participate in the commerce here.


1 nights in Guatemala City

The capital of Guatemala is the largest city in Central America. Founded in 1776, the city is a blend of modern sleek glass skyscrapers and colonial architecture. Its main tourist attraction is the Historic Center where you will find the Central Market, the National Palace, and colonial churches dating from the 17th century. The Ixchel museum is worth a visit. The tourist area is known as Zona Viva and includes most of the fancy hotels, restaurants, shops, and nightlife spots.


3 nights in Flores - Tikal

The Peten is an area of exuberant tropical jungles teeming with wildlife, deep forests and dry plains dotted with lakes and Maya cities. There are three reasons why travelers would want to penetrate the forests of El Peten: first to visit Tikal, the greatest Maya religious center yet discovered; second to enjoy the great variety of birdlife; and third to see the Guatemala of small farming villages and jungle hamlets, without paved roads or colonial architecture.


1 nights in Guatemala City

The capital of Guatemala is the largest city in Central America. Founded in 1776, the city is a blend of modern sleek glass skyscrapers and colonial architecture. Its main tourist attraction is the Historic Center where you will find the Central Market, the National Palace, and colonial churches dating from the 17th century. The Ixchel museum is worth a visit. The tourist area is known as Zona Viva and includes most of the fancy hotels, restaurants, shops, and nightlife spots.



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Antigua
Day 1
Arrive to Antigua
Pvt Car Arpt (Guatemala City) to Htl in Antigua
Overnight in Antigua    10 hotels offered
Optional   10 Things to do
Day 2
Overnight in Antigua    10 hotels offered
Optional   10 Things to do
Day 3
Departing from Antigua
Transportation to next city by: Private Car to Chichicastenango with Market tour
Chichicastenango
Day 3
Arrive to Chichicastenango
Overnight in Chichicastenango    2 hotels offered
Day 4
Overnight in Chichicastenango    2 hotels offered
Day 5
Departing from Chichicastenango
Transportation to next city by: Private Car Chichicastenango to Guatemala City
Guatemala City
Day 5
Arrive to Guatemala City
Overnight in Guatemala City    2 hotels offered
Optional   2 Things to do
Day 6
Private Car Hotel in Guatemala City to Airport
Departing from Guatemala City
Transportation to next city by: By Air - Flight Guatemala City to Flores-Tikal
Flores - Tikal
Day 6
Arrive to Flores - Tikal
Private Car Airport to Hotel in (Zone 1) Flores
Overnight in Flores - Tikal    6 hotels offered
Optional   15 Things to do
Day 7
Overnight in Flores - Tikal    6 hotels offered
Optional   15 Things to do
Day 8
Overnight in Flores - Tikal    6 hotels offered
Optional   15 Things to do
Day 9
Private Car Hotel in (Zone 1) Flores to Airport
Departing from Flores - Tikal
Transportation to next city by: By Air - Flight Flores-Tikal to Guatemala City
Guatemala City
Day 9
Arrive to Guatemala City
Private Car Airport to Hotel in Guatemala City
Overnight in Guatemala City    2 hotels offered
Optional   2 Things to do
Day 10
Private Car Hotel in Guatemala City to Airport
Departing from Guatemala City

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1. Antigua ( 10 hotels)
2. Chichicastenango ( 2 hotels)
3. Guatemala City ( 2 hotels)
4. Flores - Tikal ( 6 hotels)
5. Guatemala City ( 2 hotels)
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Guatemala

Guatemala is a magical country in the Mayan heartland of Central America. Indigenous Guatemalan culture is alive and well in the ancient ruins of Tikal, the Mayan/Catholic rituals and open market of Chichicastenango, and the blazing colors of everyday Mayan dress. The colonial town of Antigua, and Lake Atitlan, viewed by many as the most beautiful lake in the world, are two destinations guaranteed to enlighten the soul.

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Antigua
Founded in 1543, La Antigua was once the third most important Spanish city in the Americas. The city, built on a grid plan inspired by the Italian Renaissance, amassed a number of superb monuments in less than three centuries. Its rich colonial heritage (the town is packed with churches, monasteries, and convents), famous Easter celebrations, three surrounding volcanoes, and abundance of flowers, make it a Mecca for tourists.
Chichicastenango
Surrounded by valleys, with nearby mountains looming overhead, Chichicastenango (2030 meters) seems isolated from the rest of Guatemala. When its narrow cobbled streets and red-tiled roofs are enveloped in mist as they often are, it seems magical. Though isolated, Chichi has always been an important market town. Villagers from throughout the region would walk for many hours carrying their wares to participate in the commerce here.
Guatemala City
The capital of Guatemala is the largest city in Central America. Founded in 1776, the city is a blend of modern sleek glass skyscrapers and colonial architecture. Its main tourist attraction is the Historic Center where you will find the Central Market, the National Palace, and colonial churches dating from the 17th century. The Ixchel museum is worth a visit. The tourist area is known as Zona Viva and includes most of the fancy hotels, restaurants, shops, and nightlife spots.
Flores - Tikal
The Peten is an area of exuberant tropical jungles teeming with wildlife, deep forests and dry plains dotted with lakes and Maya cities. There are three reasons why travelers would want to penetrate the forests of El Peten: first to visit Tikal, the greatest Maya religious center yet discovered; second to enjoy the great variety of birdlife; and third to see the Guatemala of small farming villages and jungle hamlets, without paved roads or colonial architecture.
Guatemala City
The capital of Guatemala is the largest city in Central America. Founded in 1776, the city is a blend of modern sleek glass skyscrapers and colonial architecture. Its main tourist attraction is the Historic Center where you will find the Central Market, the National Palace, and colonial churches dating from the 17th century. The Ixchel museum is worth a visit. The tourist area is known as Zona Viva and includes most of the fancy hotels, restaurants, shops, and nightlife spots.
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* Sample prices displayed include international and domestic airline tickets as per itinerary and ALL airline-related taxes and fuel surcharges and are per person, based on double occupancy, and are dynamic in nature. Prices do not include insurance or delivery charges which are optional and customizable by the traveler. The airfare portion of the itinerary price is based on economy class, midweek departure. Prices do not include fees for carry on or checked baggage which can add additional fees per ticket on a roundtrip flight based on carrier charges. It also does not include any entrance fees or visa fees that may be charged at international airports. Some cities may charge local taxes that can only be collected by hotel at destination.
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