Von Guatemala nach Costa Rica Guatemala · Honduras · Costa Rica

Von Guatemala nach Costa Rica

  • Antigua - eine der schönsten Kolonialstädte Mittelamerikas
  • Copán - Die südlichste aller Maya-Ausgrabungsstätten
  • Roatán - die Schönste der karibischen Bay Inseln & perfekter Ort zum Schnorcheln, Tauchen und Sonnenbaden
  • San José - Costa Rica's kultureller Mittelpunkt mit zahlreichen Museen, Theatern, Restaurants und Cafes
  • Überblick
  • Leistungen
  • Reiseverlauf
  • Termine & Preise
  • Zusatzinformationen
  • Einreisebestimmungen

15 Tage Guatemala · Honduras · Costa Rica


Erfahre, warum Honduras unter Kennern als eines der bestgehütetsten Geheimnisse Mittelamerikas gelten: Spektakuläre Landschaften, faszinierende Ruinen und unvergessliche Städte werden bei dir wahre Liebe für diese noch wenig bekannten Region wecken... Genieße die fantastischen Schnorchelmöglichkeiten auf Roatán Island und entspannst an traumhaften Sandstränden, bevor dein Abenteuer in San José endet.

1. Tag: Antigua
2. Tag: Chichicastenango & Panajachel
3.-4. Tag: Panajachel & Lake Atitlan
5.-6. Tag: Quetzaltenango
7. Tag: Antigua
8.-9. Tag: Copán Ruinas
10. Tag: Tela
11.-13. Tag: Insel Roatán
14.-15. Tag: San José

Leistungen enthalten

  • Rundreise gemäß Programm
  • Transporte, Unterbringung und Verpflegung gemäß Programm
  • Ausflüge, Aktivitäten und Sehenswürdigkeiten wie beschrieben:
    • Führung Copán Ruinen
    • Roatán Island
    • Besuch des Marktes von Chichicastenango

Leistungen nicht enthalten

  • Internationale Flüge (gerne über uns buchbar)
  • Nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke
  • Reiseversicherungen
  • Persönliche Ausgaben, Trinkgelder
  • Flughafentransfers
  • Flughafengebühren und Ausreisesteuern
  • Optionale Ausflüge und Aktivitäten


14x Mittelklasse-Hotel

Die Unterbringung erfolgt im Doppelzimmer. Alleinreisende teilen sich das Zimmer mit Mitreisenden gleichen Geschlechts.
Gegen einen Aufpreis ist auch die Unterbringung im Einzelzimmer buchbar.


14x Frühstück


Englischsprachige Reiseleitung


öffentlicher Bus, Flugzeug, Boot

Zusätzliche Übernachtungen

Tourhotel in Antigua
Einzelzimmer: 53 EUR
Doppelzimmer: 33 EUR p.P.
Zweibettzimmer: 33 EUR p.P.

Tourhotel in San Jose
Einzelzimmer: 77 EUR
Doppelzimmer: 47 EUR p.P.
Zweibettzimmer: 47 EUR p.P.


Pro Fahrzeug (maximal 3 Personen): 57 EUR

San Jose
Pro Fahrzeug (maximal 3 Personen): 50 EUR

Optionale Ausflüge / Zusatzleistungen

Aufstieg auf den Pacaya Vulkan US$20
Walking Tour US$30
Kurs zur Schokoladenherstellung US$30
Kaffeefarmtour US$25

Heiße Quellen und BBQ US$45
Kaffeetour (inkl. Mittagessen) US$35
Schmetterling und Vogelpark US$10

Schnorcheln mit Tauchboot US$20
Tauchen US$30 pro Tauchgang
Einführungstauchgang US$100
Botanische Gärten US$5
Schwimmen mit Delfinen US$68-242
Kayak Leihgebühr US$20 pro Stunde
Schmetterlingsgarten US$5
Scooter Leihgebühr US$35 pro Tag
Fahrt im Glasbodenboot US$20
Angelausflug US$60 pro Stunde

San José
Jade Museum US$15
Nationalmuseum US$4
Nationaltheater US$5

Bitte beachte, dass sich die angegebenen Preise jederzeit ändern können.
Day 1: Arrive Antigua
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Antigua is one of the most delightful colonial towns in Central America. To fully explore this beautiful town, we recommend booking pre-tour accommodation before the start of your tour.
The local indigenous can be seen throughout the cobbled streets and plazas of the city in their colourful costumes, selling their crafts and textiles. As the cultural centre of Guatemala, Antigua is an ideal place to experience the traditional music, architecture and art of the country. Rich in ornate churches, convents, parks, plazas, cafés, restaurants, bars and colourful street markets and surrounded by awe-inspiring volcanoes, Antigua is one place you will never forget.

Accommodation: Hotel Posada Los Bucaros or similar

Day 2: Chichicastenango & Panajachel
After breakfast we will leave Antigua and drive towards Guatemala's most famous market town, Chichicastenango. This village's population swells from approx. 1000 to over 20,000 on market day (when we visit). The local indigenous people, mostly descendants of the K'iche' (Quiché) Maya people, come down from the nearby hills to sell everything from kitchen pots and pans to live turkeys! Handicrafts, bags, jumpers and wall hangings are just a few of the bargains to be found here.
After grabbing some lunch, we will continue towards Lake Atitlan, a body of water in a massive volcanic crater. Ringed by steep, green hills, it is known for its Mayan villages and volcanoes with striking pointed cones. We will stay in the busy village of Panajachel, where vendors sell traditional textiles, pottery and much more.

Included Excursions:
- Visit to Chichicastenango markets

Accommodation: Hotel Utz Jay or similar
Meals: Breakfast

Day 3 - 4: Panajachel & Lake Atitlan
The next two days are free at your leisure to relax in the town of Panajachel, or a choose from a range of optional excursions. Here you can take a boat tour to some of the many surrounding villages or possibly go for a swim in the lake. Panajachel also has many restaurants and interesting bars lining the main street, where you can have lakeside sunset drinks.

Accommodation: Hotel Utz Jay or similar
Meals: 2 Breakfasts

Day 5 - 6:  Quetzaltenango
We will continue towards the town of Quetzaltenango. It is framed by a backdrop of volcanoes, including the towering Santa Maria with its active Santiaguito lava dome. The city is known for its neoclassical buildings, including La Casa de Cultura and the Municipal Theatre.
You will find a host of great excursions from Quetzaltenango, including hot springs and volcano hikes for every ability.

Accomodation: Hotel Las Americas or similar
Meals: 2 Breakfasts

Day 7: Antigua
We begin our journey towards Honduras, making a stop in Antigua en route.

Accommodation: Hotel Posada Los Bucaros or similar
Meals: Breakfast

Day 8 - 9: Copán Ruinas
It’s time to leave Guatemala and embark on a lengthy bus ride to Honduras into the charming town of Copán. Within walking distance of the village is one of the best-kept and most intriguing of all the ancient Maya sites, the Copán ruins. On your guided tour you will see the intricately carved statues known as stelaes depicting the 16 rulers of this once magnificent and influential city. You will also discover the spectacular staircase, ball courts and enormous main plaza.
In the afternoon there are many optional activities to enjoy. Why not take a trip up to hot springs surrounded or visit the Macaw Mountain Bird Park and Sanctuary? For coffee aficionados you can take a tour of a local plantation for an insight into where some of the world’s best coffee is made!

Included Excursions:
- Copan Ruins entrance and guide

Accommodation: Hotel Lauros or similar
Meals: 1 Breakfast, 1 Basic Breakfast

Day 10: Tela
We will continue to Tela on the Caribbean coast of Honduras where we have the choice of various optional excursions in the afternoon. Tela is a gateway to the vast Lancetilla Botanical Garden, in the south, home to rich birdlife and an arboretum with a bamboo tunnel. In the west, Jeanette Kawas National Park has habitats ranging from coastal lagoons like Los Micos to beaches and jungle, plus the traditional village of Miami. For wildlife-lovers you can visit Punta Izopo National Park where Howler monkeys inhabit the mangroves.

Accommodation: 1 night(s) in hotels
Meals: Basic Breakfast

Day 11 - 13: Roatán Island
Today we head to the idyllic Roatán Island. This is the largest of the beautiful sun-soaked Caribbean Bay Islands. Development on the island means there is plenty to do, but it is also easy to find a deserted beach lapped by warm Caribbean waters. Here you will find palm-fringed lagoons, turquoise water, friendly locals, lively nightlife and stunning underwater scenery, with some of the cheapest diving and snorkelling in the world! You can elect to swim with dolphins, a truly unforgettable experience, or get into the true Caribbean sprit with a sunset cruise (optional).

Included Excursions:
- Roatán Island

Optional Excursions:
- Snorkelling with dive boat – US$20
- Scuba diving – US$30 per dive
- Scuba diving introduction dive (up to 15m) – US$100
- Botanical gardens – US$5
- Swim with dolphins – US$68- US$242
- Kayak rental – US$20 per hour
- Butterfly garden – US$5
- Scooter rentals – US$35 per day
- Glass bottom boat – US$20
- Fishing trips – US$60 per hour

Accommodation: Hotel Seagrape or similar
Meals: 1 Breakfast Box, 2 Breakfasts

Day 14: San José
The capital city of Costa Rica, San José, is nestled in a fertile valley among coffee and sugar-cane farms. There is not much left of the colonial era architecture, due to the damage done by earthquakes, but it is certainly worth seeing the National Theatre, built in 1897. Maybe you'll be lucky enough to catch a performance whilst you're here. The Gold, Jade and National Museums are also particularly recommended for a visit
There are plenty of interesting optional day trips that can be undertaken within a close vicinity of San José such as visits to the Poás or Irazú volcano, white water rafting, the Turu BaRi Tropical Park or the Rain Forest Aerial Tram.

Please note: If you are are travelling into Costa Rica from Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador and Panama then you will need a valid yellow fever certificate.

Optional Excursions:
- Jade Museum – US$15
- Museum National – US$4
- Theatro National – US$5

Accommodation: Rosa del Paseo Hotel or similar
Meals: Breakfast

Day 15: Depart San José
Your adventure of a lifetime comes to an end today. If you have a late flight or have lengthened your stay by adding post tour accommodation you will have more time to explore the sights.

Meals: Breakfast

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