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Explore Central America with us on this 7 Days tour to El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala. Amazed by the historic elelments Antigua-Guatemala’s captial, blown away by the beautiful nature in El Salvador, and explore the mysterious Mayan Copan Ruins-a must see UNESCO in Honduras.

Day 1 Board your flight

Board your flight and head to San Salvador.

Upon Arrival, you will be welcomed by your tour guide and transferred to Hotel Barcelo San Salvador. Rest of the day is yours to relax.

Day 2 San Salvador – Ataco (Breakfast, Lunch)

We will do a full day tour to Volcanoes national park, Izalco and visit a local coffee farmland.

After breakfast, we will departure from our hotel at 8am, we will travel to the east of the country to EL Cerro Verde National park, where we will have views of the pacific ocean and volcano complex, we will take a 45 minutes’ walk around the crater of the Cerro Verde with an evergreen tropical forest and learn of its history with its last eruption 25,000 years ago which makes it an inactive volcano, we will have views of the Izalco volcano called the Pacific lighthouse and the ilamatepec volcano and a spectacular view of lake Coatepeque. We will continue to the coffee route on this excursion you will have the opportunity to visit with typical villages of EL Salvador.

Nahuizalco with its typical indigenous market; Salcoatitian, an artistic village with a relaxed atmosphere, we will also visit the coffee processing center. Stay overnight here at Ataco.

Day 3 Ataco - Copan, Honduras - San Salvador (Breakfast, Lunch)

We will departure at 5am this morning and cross the border to Honduras and visit the most famous Copan Ruins.

Discover Copan, the most important Mayan city in Honduras, visit in one trip the archaeological sites declared World Heritage by UNESCO. Walk through temples, palaces, squares and other structures in the Mayan center of Copan, it is a great trip for history and archeology lovers.   We will get back to San Salvador and check in to Barcelo hotel at late afternoon.

* Please notice entry or exit fees might be charged when crossing the border.

Day 4 San Salvador - Guatemala City (Breakfast)

After breakfast, you are free to relax at your hotel in the morning.  in the afternoon, we will take the first-class air-conditioned bus from EL Salvador to Guatemala city. Snack on board.

Upon arrival, check-in to the Hotel Las Americas. Your tour guide will contact you later in the day.

Day 5 Guatemala City (Breakfast)

Antigua is a small city surrounded by volcanoes that is located in southern Guatemala. It is known for its Spanish colonial buildings, many of which were renovated after the 1773 earthquake that ended the 200-year reign of Antigua as the colonial capital of Guatemala. Among the architectural monuments highlights the squat baroque church of La Merced. White and yellow, which is an integral part of the city’s famous Holy Week, during which parades and rituals are organized. Visit to La Merced church calle del arco main squared palace, cathedral, coca tour, jade factory and souvenir market.

Day 6 Guatemala City (Breakfast)

Picked up from the hotel and transfer to Lake Atitlan, one of the most beautiful lake in the world. We will make a panoramic visit from EL Mirador, San Jorge. Atitlan is the ideal place to get in direct contact with Guatemalan folklore. The lake is surrounded by many villages in which Maya culture is still prevalent and traditional dress is worn. Its inhabitants are descendants of the Quiches, Cackchiqueles and Tzutuhiles. Continue to Chichicastenango, where you will enjoy a delicious lunch at Hotel Mayan Inn. After Lunch, we will visit the largest and most picturesque indigenous market held outdoors. Hundreds of indigenous people arrive from dierent surrounding villages to sell and exchange their products. You can also admire the religious ceremonies that take place inside and outside the Santo Tomas Church, which is over 400 years old (notes: shorts or swimsuits are NOT allowed, nor is it allowed to TAKE ANY CLASS OF PHOTOGRAPHS INSIDE THE CHURCH). In the afternoon, we will return to Guatemala City.

Tour Upgrade - Full Day Tikal with Lunch. (USD$399/person, include round-trip airfare)

Visit one of the greatest Mayan ruins in Central America – Tikal National Park. You will be picked up early this morning for your flight to Flores, Peten. Meet with your Tikal guide upon arrival. You will then be transferred to the center of the 222-square-mile park, where the ancient Mayan City of Tikal is located. An exhilarating jungle hike leads you through the ruins. Marvel at the impressive structures of this ancient civilization, visiting sites such as the Twin-Pyramid complex, the Lost World Complex, where the Great Pyramid is located, Temple III, the Palace of the Windows, the Great Plaza, the Pyramid of the Grand Jaguar, the Pyramid of the Masks, and the Palace of the Nobles. You will have an opportunity to climb to the top of Pyramid IV, the highest of the Mayan pyramids. Transfer to Lunch in Mezon Selvatico. At the end of lunch, tour to the colorful Flores Island, walk around the island and then transfer to the airport and fly back to Guatemala City.  

Day 7 Guatemala City - Home (Breakfast)

After breakfast, relax at hotel, transfer to airport and head back home.

Guatemala City Hotel Las Americas

Avenida Las Americas 9-08, Guatemala, 01013, Guatemala

(502) 2422-5055

http://www.lasamericas.com.gt/

Ataco Hotel & Restaurant Fleur de Lis

1a calle poniente, 3a avenida norte #5 Barrio Santa Lucía, El Salvador

+503 2450 5023

San Salvador Hotel Barcelo San Salvador

Boulevard del Hipódromo, Avda. las Magnolias Colonia San Benito , San Salvador

503 2268 4545

Full Day Tour to Chichicastenango (USD $79/person)

Picked up from the hotel and transfer to Lake Atitlan, one of the most beautiful lake in the world. We will make a panoramic visit from EL Mirador, San Jorge. Atitlan is the ideal place to get in direct contact with Guatemalan folklore. The lake is surrounded by many villages in which Maya culture is still prevalent and traditional dress is worn. Its inhabitants are descendants of the Quiches, Cackchiqueles and Tzutuhiles. Continue to Chichicastenango, where you will enjoy a delicious lunch at Hotel Mayan Inn. After Lunch, we will visit the largest and most picturesque indigenous market held outdoors. Hundreds of indigenous people arrive from dierent surrounding villages to sell and exchange their products. You can also admire the religious ceremonies that take place inside and outside the Santo Tomas Church, which is over 400 years old (notes: shorts or swimsuits are NOT allowed, nor is it allowed to TAKE ANY CLASS OF PHOTOGRAPHS INSIDE THE CHURCH). In the afternoon, we will return to Guatemala City.

 

Tikal Full Day Tour with Lunch (USD $399/person, include round-trip airfare)

Visit one of the greatest Mayan ruins in Central America – Tikal National Park. You will be picked up early this morning for your flight to Flores, Peten. Meet with your Tikal guide upon arrival. You will then be transferred to the center of the 222-square-mile park, where the ancient Mayan City of Tikal is located. An exhilarating jungle hike leads you through the ruins. Marvel at the impressive structures of this ancient civilization, visiting sites such as the Twin-Pyramid complex, the Lost World Complex, where the Great Pyramid is located, Temple III, the Palace of the Windows, the Great Plaza, the Pyramid of the Grand Jaguar, the Pyramid of the Masks, and the Palace of the Nobles. You will have an opportunity to climb to the top of Pyramid IV, the highest of the Mayan pyramids. Transfer to Lunch in Mezon Selvatico. At the end of lunch, tour to the colorful Flores Island, walk around the island and then transfer to the airport and fly back to Guatemala City.

Antigua Full Day Tour with Lunch (USD $89/person)

Antigua is a small city surrounded by volcanoes that is located in southern Guatemala. It is known for its Spanish colonial buildings, many of which were renovated after the 1773 earthquake that ended the 200-year reign of Antigua as the colonial capital of Guatemala. Among the architectural monuments highlights the squat baroque church of La Merced. White and yellow, which is an integral part of the city’s famous Holy Week, during which parades and rituals are organized. Visit to La Merced church calle del arco main squared palace, cathedral, coca tour, jade factory and souvenir market.

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For US passport holders, Tourist Visa is not required for stays of 90 days or less.

Your passoprt must be valid at least 6 months beyond the date you expect to leave Guatemala.

 

A tourist card for $12 USD need to be purchased upon arrival of El Salvador. If your U.S. passport shows you were born in El Salvador, you do not need the tourist card.

  • Prices are for Land Only
  • All Prices are in USD
  • Prices are per person based on twin share accommodation
  • Add on airfare: available upon request
  • No Child discounts

Price includes

  • Domestic transportation indicated in the itinerary
  • Deluxe & Exotic Hotel accommodations
  • Meals and featuring regional delicacies mentioned in the itinerary
  • All visits and admission fees including entertainment shows mentioned in the itinerary
  • English speaking guides
  • Taxes and fuel surcharges

Price does not include

  • International flights (Home to destination & back home)
  • Tips (Gratuities to tour guides and drivers)
  • Travel insurance
  • Optional tours
  • Visa fee (if applicable)

7 Days

7 Days Classic Central America

From: USD $1,149 

Group Size:

Guide:

2-20
English
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