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Maya Trails, Guatemala

Maya Trails is a Guatemalan owned and operated specialist ground handler offering carefully designed, custom tours throughout Guatemala and Belize. With 25 years of combined experience, the creative and flexible directors James Rogers and Annie Godoy can open doors for travelers that aren't normally accessible and bring a fresh approach to touring in Guatemala. In addition to the luxury sector, Maya Trails specializes in value-oriented boutique-style properties and private guiding.

The Honeymooner - A romantic escape to the Mundo Maya

Panza Verde bath

Day 1 - Welcome to Antigua Guatemala- Antigua is among the world's best preserved colonial cities in the Americas. It is a magic and captivating small town that makes you feel time might have stopped 300 years ago. From its colonial architecture to its beautiful surroundings; strolling through town on the cobblestone streets, you will experience the splendors of ancient times! A few things you can find in Antigua are art galleries and exhibits, films, coffee shops, amazing cuisine, cute little bars and much more.

A Maya Trails representative will meet you at the airport for your transfer to your hotel in Antigua. (-, -, -)


Discovering Unique Guatemalan Markets

Day 1 – Arrival Day
Guatemala City is the most modern and cosmopolitan cities in Central America. It was founded in 1776 after an earthquake destroyed the old Spanish capital known now as Antigua Guatemala. Guatemala City mixes the old with the new. Enjoy a great variety of restaurants and night life.

A Maya Trails representative will meet you at the airport to transfer you to your hotel in Guatemala City. Dinner will be held at a local Guatemala venue called Kacao. (-, -, D)
(NOTE: This itinerary must start on a Monday due to Market Days)


Must See Guatemala Adventure

Must See Guatemala is a comprehensive 8-day tours that explores the natural beauty and fascinating culture of the country at the heart of the Mayan world. Your travelers will experience the best of the mountainous highlands - the colonial gem Antigua and the stunning volcano-ringed Lake Atitlan - all the while experiencing the culture of the modern Maya people.  Finally, a visit to Guatemala is not complete without exploring the ancient ruins of the great civilization in the northern jungles of the Peten region. In addition to a full day Tikal tour, we include a sunset toast atop a Mayan temple at Yaxha, a fascinating but lesser-visited site. 


Flavorful Guatemala Culinary Adventure

"We may not realize it, but many of our favorite foods—from guacamole to tamales to chocolate—were discovered, developed, and refined centuries ago in the Maya world." —By Michael Shapiro, National Geographic

The cuisine and culinary traditions of the Ancient Mayans were diverse and extensive. The Mayans were hunters, fishers and used their own gardens to grow their food supply. Their most traditional dishes use a variety of ingredients. Their largest crop production was maize (corn).

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