Tikal Maya Temple City

From USD 125

TIKAL – which means “place of voices” was the largest city of the Maya Classic Period with a population estimated to have been over 90,000 at its peak. Its highest structure (Temple IV) properly known as the temple of the two-headed snake measures over 210 feet. The site is set in a lush tropical rainforest with exotic creatures at every turn. From Howler Monkeys, Spider Monkeys to beautiful varieties of Toucans and the stunning Quetzal, the national bird of Guatemala. In 1979 UNESCO declared Tikal a World Heritage site for two reasons its archaeological and ecological importance.

This Tours departs from San Ignacio Town and begins with a 10 to 15 minute drive to the Western Border of Belize and Guatemala. After crossing the border we sit back and enjoy our very scenic drive to Tikal. The ride is approximately 1.5 hours. After a fun day of exploring and learning, creating unforgettable memories we will conclude our day by breaking for lunch. A freshly prepared meal will be waiting for you at one of the restaurants located within the park. After lunch we return to Belize!

From USD 125

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-Tikal Tour is a full day tour that leaves at 7:00 am from San Ignacio and returns at around 5:00 pm on the same day. The site is set in a lush tropical rainforest with exotic creatures at every turn. From Howler Monkeys, Spider Monkeys to beautiful varieties of Toucans and the stunning Quetzal, the national bird of Guatemala.

Highlights

-Maya Temple City only two hours from San Ignacio Town

-In 1979 UNESCO declared Tikal a World Heritage site for two reasons its archaeological and ecological importance.

-Price is all inclusive of Transportation, Guide Fees, Park Entrance Fees and Lunch

-NOT INLCUDED: Border Crossing Fee of approximately US$20.25 per person.

Route

  1. San Ignacio