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Volcano Tours

GUATEMALA is located on the boundary of two tectonic plates, which makes it a geologically very active area. More than 30 active, dormant and extinct volcanoes can be found in Guatemala. Some volcanoes are in remote areas and hard to access, while others, like the Pacaya volcano, are close to major population centers and easy to climb. We can add this activity in our itinerary.*For all public. More information.

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Sailing and Diving in Belize

GUATEMALA - BELIZE: We offer the most adventurous way to see the Belize Barrier Reef. During this seven day adventure you will visit the spectacular Rio Dulce Canyon, the Caribbean village of Livingston, Punta Manabique, the hot springs and, of course, the Barrier Reef in Belize. We can addi this activity in our itinerary. *For all public. More information.

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Tikal Archaeological Park

GUATEMALA : Tikal is Guatemala's most famous and also most impressive Mayan archaeological site. Continously settled for more than 1500 years, Tikal was abandoned around the year 900 AD for reasons not yet fully understood. Tikal National Park was created in 1958 and covers 222 square miles amid the thick tropical jungle of El Peten. UNESCO declared Tikal a World Cultural Heritage site in 1979. It is regarded as one of the most important cultural and natural reserves in the world..We can add this activity in our itinerary. *For all public. More information.

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Canopy Tours

GUATEMALA - Ziptrek's tour area lies in the valley of San Buenaventura on the shores of Lake Atitlán in the Guatemalan Highlands and covers close to 14 hectares (35 acres) of land, including areas of old oak forest and an old shade coffee grove nestled in the Atitlán Nature Reserve. Ziptrek guests ride a total of eight ziplines ranging from 90 meters (295 ft.) to 320 meters (1050 ft.) along waterfalls, canyons, the valley and the coffee grove forest. - Ziplining involves gliding along suspended steel cables, using pulleys and a full-body climbing harness. Tour duration is approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes. We can add this activity in our itinerary. *For all public. More information. More info

 

Copan Archaeological Park

HONDURAS: was home to the Mayan People, who are thought to have arrived in Honduras as early as 1000 BC. This society of people settled in North Western Honduras on the beautiful plains of the Copan River, and built the city of Copan. Honduras has a variety of attractions to offer travelers, and one of the main attractions is the remains of the ancient Mayan city of Copan. We can add this activity in our itinerary. *For all public. More information.

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Hiking to the Lost City in Colombia

ICOLOMBIA CIUDAD PERDIDA: The famous Lost City trek is the highlight of many people’s Colombian adventure. Six days of trekking through jungle, wading through rivers and finally climbing the thousand steps to the magical Lost City or “Ciudad Perdida” makes for an incredible experience. Learn about the history of the Tayrona people who in the 11th to 14th century built this city - which vanished off all maps for hundreds of years before being discovered by treasure hunters in 1975. This is an adventure for the truly intrepid.* We can add this activity with Tayrona Park hiking. *Extreme adventure...More information.

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