Mayan Adventure Mexiko · Belize · Guatemala

Mayan Adventure

  • Spanisches Erbe in Antigua
  • Maya-Ruinen Chichen Itza (Weltkulturerbe)
  • Sonne, Sand & Meer in Playa del Carmen
  • Ruinen von Palenque
  • Puderzuckerweiße Strände auf Caye Caulker
  • Aufenthalt bei einer Gastfamilie
  • Geheimnisvolles Tikal - Maya Ruinen im tropischen Regenwald
  • Überblick
  • Leistungen
  • Reiseverlauf
  • Termine & Preise
  • Zusatzinformationen

25 Tage Mexiko · Belize · Guatemala

ab 2.565 € Anfragen oder buchen

Mexikos Halbinsel Yucatan, die Pyramiden von Palenque und das Korallenriff von Caye Caulker - ein tropischer Cocktail voller Erlebnisse erwartet dich. Entdecke mit Antigua eine der schönsten Städte Lateinamerikas, erkunde die farbenfrohe Unterwasserwelt der Koralleninsel Caye Caulker und bestaune die geheimnisvollen Maya-Ruinen von Tikal. Mache einen Abstecher nach Tulum - spektakulär thront die Mayastätte über den Klippen am türkisgrünen Meer, entspanne bei Sonne, Sand und Meer im herrlichen Playa del Carmen und erkunde die Ruinen von Palenque im dichten Dschungel. Am traumhaften Atitlan See kannst du die Seele baumeln lassen, ehe du bei einem Gastfamilienaufenthalt die Gastfreundlichkeit der Einheimischen kennenlernst und nebenbei noch deine Spanischkenntnisse auffrischen kannst. Zurück in Antigua lässt du deine Rundreise ausklingen.

1.-2. Tag: Antigua
Entdecke das von Vulkanen umgebene Antigua, das zum Weltkulturerbe zählt.

3.-4. Tag: Rio Dulce
Begebe dich auf eine Bootstour auf dem Livingston Fluss.

5. Tag: Flores
Ein typischer Chicken Bus befördert uns nach Flores.

6. Tag: Tikal/San Ignacio
Ausflüge in eines der Höhlenlabyrinthe oder zu den Mayaruinen stehen auf dem Programm.

7.-9. Tag: Caye Caulker
Die Tauchgründe am Riff vor Belizes einstiger Hippie-Insel sind weltbekannt.

10.-11. Tag: Tulum
Spektakulär thront die Mayastätte über den Klippen am türkisgrünen Meer, einem der schönsten Abschnitte der mexikanischen Karibikküste.

12.-13. Tag: Playa del Carmen
Genieße die entspannte Atmosphäre im Künstler- und Urlaubsort Playa del Carmen.

14.-15. Tag: Chichen Itza/ Merida
Wir besuchen Sie die 2.000 Jahre alten Maya Pyramiden auf dem Weg nach Merida.

16.-17. Tag: Palenque
Im dichten Dschungel erkunden wir die Ruinen von Palenque.

18.-20. Tag: San Cristobal de las Casas
Unsere Reise führt in die ehemalige Kolonialstadt im Hochland Chiapas, in dessen Dörfern du die ursprüngliche Seite Mexikos kennenlernst.

21.-23. Tag: Panajachel/Gastfamilie
Übernachtung bei einer einheimischen Gastfamilie - ein authentisches Erlebnis. Wir überqueren die Grenze nach Guatemala, wo du am traumhaft schön gelegenen Atitlan See die Seele baumeln lassen kannst.

24.-25. Tag: Antigua
Die Reise kannst du in einem der vielen Cafés oder bei einem Salsa-Kurs ausklingen lassen.

Leistungen enthalten

  • Mexiko Rundreise gemäß Programm
  • Transporte, Unterbringung und Verpflegung gemäß Programm
  • Ausflüge, Aktivitäten und Besichtigungen wie im Tourprogramm beschrieben:
    • Besichtigung der Ruinen von Tikal
    • Homestay in Totonicaopan
    • Eintritt Chichen Itza Ruinen
    • Geführte durch durch die archäologische Stätte Palenque

Leistungen nicht enthalten

  • Internationale Flüge (gerne über uns buchbar)
  • Nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke
  • Optionale Ausflüge und Aktivitäten
  • Reiseversicherungen
  • Vor- und Nachübernachtungen zur Tour
  • Flughafentransfers
  • Persönliche Ausgaben, Trinkgelder

Unterbringung

23x Mittelklasse-Hotel
1x Gastfamilie (Homestay)

Die Übernachtung erfolgt in Zwei- bzw. Mehrbettzimmern. Alleinreisende werden mit Mitreisenden gleichen Geschlechts untergebracht. Gegen Aufpreis ist auch die Unterbringung im Einzelzimmber buchbar (vorbehaltlich Verfügbarkeit). EZ-Zuschlag bitte anfragen.

Verpflegung


1x Frühstück
1x Abendessen

Bitte plane umgerechnet etwa USD 700 für nicht enthaltene Mahlzeiten ein. Dies soll dir die Möglichkeit geben, selbst zu entscheiden was, wo und mit wem du essen willst. Nutze die Gelegenheit, um einen Einblick in die einheimische Küche zu erhalten.

Tourbegleitung

Englischsprachige Reiseleitung, örtliche Tourguides

Hinter jeder Reise steht ein großartiger Reiseleiter. Der Enthusiasmus und das fast unschlagbare Wissen unserer einheimischen und englischsprachigen Reiseleiter werden deine Reise unvergesslich machen. Mit Rat und Tat stehen sie den Reisenden zur Seite. Vom Anfang bis zum Ende der Tour sind sie vor Ort für die Gruppe da, wissen nicht nur, in welchen Restaurants man gut isst und wo die besten Shops zu finden sind, sondern zeigen den Reisenden mit Kompetenz und voller Begeisterung ihre Heimat.

Transportarten

öffentlicher Bus, Minibus, Boot

Zusätzliche Übernachtungen

Bitte kontaktiere uns - wir beraten dich gerne!

Flughafentransfer

Bitte kontaktiere uns - wir beraten dich gerne!
Day 1: Antigua
Bienvenidos! Welcome to Guatemala!
Your adventure begins with a Welcome Meeting at 6pm on Day 1.
Please look for a note in the hotel lobby or ask the hotel reception where it will take place. If you can't arrange a flight that will arrive in time, you may wish to arrive a day early so you're able to attend. We'll be happy to book additional accommodation for you (subject to availability). If you're going to be late, please inform the hotel reception. We'll be collecting your insurance details and next of kin information at this meeting, so please ensure you have all these details to provide to your leader.
As there's a great deal to do in Antigua we recommend staying a few extra days to make the most of this exciting city. If you need help booking extra accommodation, our reservations team will be happy to assist.If you would like to experience a Salsa lesson, you can try one of the below Schools for a class:

New Sensation Salsa
7a Avenida Norte #78, Antigua
+502 5033-0921
Open from 9 to 9 every day.

Salsa Con Gloria
6calle Poniente #9 LA Sala Bar y Rest., Antigua
+502 4374-1391

Optional Activities:
- Antigua - Chocolate-making workshop - USD24
- Antigua - Bike tour - USD30
- Antigua - Santiago Zamora village tour - USD10
- Antigua - Coffee/Macadamia nut plantation tour - USD45
- Antigua - Salsa lessons (per hour) - USD7

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 2: Antigua
As the seat of the Spanish colonial government, Antigua was once the most important city in Central America. In 1773 the city was destroyed by an earthquake but many of the colonial buildings have been carefully restored and the architecture from its glory days can still be admired. Walk through the quiet cobblestone streets past heavy carved-wood entrances. There are many fascinating markets and museums to explore, or if your tastes run to more active adventures hire a mountain bike and ride through the countryside. The views of mountain peaks and deep valleys, covered in lush vegetation are simply beautiful.
Perhaps check out the CHOCOMUSEO located on two blocks away from central park. Here you will learn all about chocolate, its history and nutritional values and you may be lucky enough to get a sample bag of chocolates at the end of the tour. Otherwise just grab a coffee from one of the many coffee shops in central park and just sit back relax and enjoy the beauty of this incredible city and the amazing people you will find. If you want to learn more about the famous Guatemalan coffee you can go on a coffee tour, visit the plantations, do some coffee tasting and even buy some to take back home.
Go out for a stroll and try tamales, a local dish usually prepared traditionally on weekends and served in a corn leaf. You could also give the pepian a try, a meal that consists of a rich dark sauce and three meats (chicken, beef and pork). The best value food you find is next to the artisan market close to the bus station.
Unfortunately, more than half the population of this beautiful Guatemala you are about to discover lives under the poverty line, which may explain why Guatemala has also the lowest literacy rate in Central America. With this in mind, the Intrepid Foundation is proud supporter of CasaSito, an outstanding not for profit organization dedicated to assist youth to reach their academic, personal and professional potential.
If you have 2’ to spare (2’41’’ to be exact!) take a look at this short video about CasaSito – it’s inspiring: https://youtu.be/v62Ou9czWyE
If you want to help CasaSito and Guatemalan’s youth, you can donate through the Intrepid Foundation, which means that your donation will be match dollar for dollar by Intrepid too. No donation is too small. $5, $10, $50 it all goes a long way to help this fantastic organization. Simply visit our website: www.theintrepidfoundation.org/projects/casasito/

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 3: Rio Dulce
This morning we make an early start and travel by private minibus to Rio Dulce (approx 8 hrs).

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 4: Rio Dulce
Take an included boat trip down the river to visit Livingston, a fascinating Garifuna town on the coast.

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 5: Flores
We continue on to Flores today (approx 4 hrs), our jumping off point for exploring the ruins at Tikal. The afternoon is free to explore Flores.
Flores was officially founded by the Spanish in 1700, but had existed in various forms well before. It has long remained isolated with locals relying on subsistence farming of corn and beans and the gathering of chicle from nearby trees to produce gum. Many of the locals still get about in the traditional way, by dug out canoe. Take time to stroll through the cobblestone streets past pastel-coloured buildings, buy local handicrafts or take a dip in Lake Peten Itza.

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 6: Tikal/San Ignacio
This morning we rise early and take a guided tour of the ruins of Tikal National Park.
Towering above the jungle of the Tikal National Park, the five granite temples of Tikal are an awesome sight and one of the most magnificent Maya ruins. Hidden in the jungle growth is a maze of smaller structures just waiting to be explored. The energetic can climb to the top of the ruins for spectacular views over the canopy. You may even spot toucans, macaws and other colourful birds.
Following our visit it's time to say goodbye to Guatemala and head across the border to San Ignacio (approx 3 hrs). The journey to the border is on a dirt road, so you really feel like an explorer crossing from one country to another.
Belize is the only English speaking country in Central America, which will make chatting with locals much easier. The Belizeans are known for their relaxed and easy going way of live. You will be amazed how many different cultures coexist harmoniously here.
We have limited time in San Ignacio but you can choose to join one of the optional activities, including the ATM Cave, en route to Belize City on Day 7.
The cave of Actun Tunichil Muknal is a living museum of Mayan relics. Wade through water until you reach the Mayan ceremonial site. Here you will find ceramic pots and crystallised skeletons, preserved by the natural processes of the cave for over 1,400 years.
All guests at our hotel in San Ignacio are required to pay an additional charge of USD20 per night if they choose to use the air conditioner in their room. Electricity in Belize is incredibly expensive so most hotels charge an extra rate to use the air conditioning - and USD20 per night is pretty standard. We could include this extra charge in the trip price but then all of our travellers would have to pay whether they want to use it or not. We believe giving our travellers the option is a fairer way to manage this situation.

Included Activities:
- Guided tour of Tikal ruins

Optional Activities:
- San Ignacio - Cahal Pech Ruins - USD10
- San Ignacio - Xunantunich Ruins - USD10
- San Ignacio - Iguana Conservation Project - USD9

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 7: Caye Caulker
Today we leave San Ignacio in the early morning and head north to Belize City on a local bus (approx 3 hrs). Get ready for stop and go as there are very few official bus stops in Belize and the bus will keep stopping to pick up passengers. Use this to make conversation with the person next to you on the bus; Belizeans love to talk about their country!
Once in Belize City we take a water taxi to Caye Caulker (approx 1 hr).
The Belize Cayes are a group of islands a short boat ride away from the coast. There are a number of these islands to choose from, but we base ourselves on Caye Caulker as this is one of the more popular islands with travellers. From here it is possible to arrange day trips to other cayes, to the best reefs for snorkelling, or simply to take a local boat out to the reef of Caulker itself. Each island has its own particular character, but all of them have the unmistakeable Caribbean pace and charm.

Optional Activities:
- San Ignacio - Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM Cave - inc. transport to Belize City, guide and lunch) - USD120

Accommodation: Hotel

Days 8-9: Caye Caulker
Relax on the beach or head out to Hol Chan Marine Reserve, home to Shark Ray Alley and the world's second longest barrier reef. Snorkel among the colorful corals and see tropical fish, sharks and manta rays. You could also choose to go manatee spotting. These huge peaceful creatures are often called sea cows and are quite curious to meet their visitors.
If you're interested in sampling local cuisine, Caye Caulker is famous for its lobster. Not the cheapest meal you'll ever buy, but so good. Always make sure that you respect the season: the lobsters can only be caught between June 15th and February 15th. Some of the best meals on the island are cooked on the road side. How about some grilled shrimp and a lovely rum and coke made with the local fire water?

Optional Activities:
- Caye Caulker - Guided snorkelling trip (full day) - USD75
- Caye Caulker - Guided snorkelling trip (half day) - USD35
- Caye Caulker - Sunset sail - USD37
- Caye Caulker - Manatee tour - USD60
- Caye Caulker - Sea kayaking (half day) - USD25
- Caye Caulker - Stand up paddle board rental (per hour) - USD22
- Caye Caulker - Bike rental (per day) - USD15

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 10: Tulum
Very early this morning (about 6.30am) we head back to Belize City by water taxi, and travel by bus to the border with Mexico (approx. 4 hrs). After crossing the border we head to the Mexican town of Chetumal where we swap buses and head to our final destination: Tulum (approx. 3 hrs).

Optional Activities:
- Tulum - Archaeological site visit - MXN59
- Tulum - Snorkel rental (per day) - USD12
- Tulum - Bike rental (per day) - MXN185

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 11: Tulum
Tulum is a beach paradise on the Caribbean coast. Spend your time relaxing on the beach or strolling along the white sands. In the evenings kick back and watch the waves with a margarita. For a taste of Mayan architecture take an optional visit of the ruins of Tulum. These ruins sit atop a cliff amid palm fringed beaches and white sand beaches. You can even go for a swim within its ancient walls.

Optional Activities:
- Chichen Itza Ruins - Entrance Fee - MXN242

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 12: Playa del Carmen
The last leg of our journey is a short one after all this travelling. We hop on a local Mexican bus that will take us to Playa del Carmen (approx. 1.5 hours), our departure destination.
With azure waters, powdery beaches and a European feel, Playa del Carmen is a resort city close to Cancun but without the party atmosphere. Spend your time snorkelling among the mangroves, diving in underground caverns or strolling along the white sands. In the evenings kick back and watch the waves with a margarita. For adventures further afield take a ferry across the turquoise seas to Cozumel, an island famous for its reef diving.

Optional Activities:
- Playa del Carmen - Dos Ojos Cenote snorkelling entrance fee - MXN300
- Playa del Carmen - Bike rental (per day) - MXN185
- Playa del Carmen - Ferry to Cozumel - MXN300

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 13: Playa del Carmen
Enjoy a free day in this beautiful location. Spend your time snorkelling, swimming in sinkholes or strolling along the white sands. In the evenings kick back and watch the waves with a margarita.
As this is a combination trip, your group leader and the composition of your group may change at this location. There will be a group meeting to discuss the next stage of your itinerary and you're welcome to attend, as this is a great chance to meet your new fellow travellers.

Special Information: As this is a combination trip, your group leader and the composition of your group may change at this location. There will be a group meeting to discuss the next stage of your itinerary and you're welcome to attend, as this is a great chance to meet your new fellow travellers.

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 14: Chichen Itza/Merida
Today we will hop on a local bus at about 8am, heading towards the ruins of Chichen Itza (approx. 3 hours) This bus is rather fun because you cruise through little villages seeing the Mexican life outside the city of Cancun. For snacks you can try the vendors that come into the buses selling sweets, sandwiches, tacos and all that good stuff. We have about 2-3 hours to spend at Chichen Itza before we travel onwards.
One of the most impressive Mayan sites, Chichen Itza contains both Toltec and Mayan ruins lying alongside each other. The famous El Castillo pyramid dominates the ruins and the site also has the largest ball court where games used to be held. The games are depicted in carvings on the walls. Nearby, excavations of the Well of Sacrifice offered up treasures of jade, copper and gold as well as many human and animal bones.
After a tour with a local guide we travel on to Merida (approx. 2 hours) where we will spend the night. Your tour leader will take you to the centre of town and show you some of the main sites of this beautiful city.

Included Activities:
- Chichen Itza ruins - Entrance Fee

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 15: Merida
Founded in 1542, Merida still retains much of its old-world charm with a well-preserved Old Town, wonderful museums and city streets alive with art and culture. Hang out in the green and shady Plaza Grande, with the twin-towered 16th century Cathedral on one side and City Hall, State Government Palace and Casa Mantejo on the others. For a taste of Merida's 19th century glory go for a walk along the mansion lined Paseo de Montejo. Mornings are the best time to visit the outdoor markets and you can stock up on hammocks and Maya replicas. It's a great place to try out the local food specialities, like cochinita pibil or the head-blowingly spicy El Yucateco hot sauce.
Merida is also the gateway to the Maya ruins of Uxmal and there is an opportunity to visit these impressive ruins. Little is known about the site's origins but it is thought the city was founded around AD500. Much of the site is decorated with masks of the rain god Chac. This is no great surprise as the area has a lack of natural water supplies and the city relied on rain water.

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 16: Palenque
Today we have an early start and we jump on one of the very comfortable first or second class buses in Mexico. These buses are equipped with TVs and bathrooms, just what you need for a long bus ride to Palenque. You will leave the Yucatan and travel into the state of Chiapas in southern Mexico (approx. 10 hours). Along the way the bus will stop a few times to give us time to stretch our legs and buy some food and drinks. Once we arrive in Palenque it is a short walk to the hotel.

Included Activities:
- Palenque - Archaeological site guided tour

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 17: Palenque
Today we will hit the ruins with a local guide in Palenque to give you all the information that you need on these mystical ruins.
Palenque is situated on a hilltop in an area of hot jungle and is home to possibly the most impressive series of Mayan ruins, which date back at AD600. Whilst walking amongst the ruins it is often possible to hear the eerie calls of howler monkeys echoing from the jungle, giving an added dimension to this magnificent site. The temples are superb relics of Mayan culture and there are many ruins here still un-excavated and hidden in the surrounding forest.

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 18: San Cristobal de las Casas
After breakfast we take another bus to the city of San Cristobal de las Casas (approx. 5 hours).
The local Zapatista movement in the region around Palenque has been quite active in recent months, occasionally holding protests or blocking roads. Our local operations team is constantly monitoring this situation to ensure the safety of our passengers and leaders. In some cases we might need to use an alternative route from Palenque to San Cristobal to avoid this activity - more so to bypass long traffic delays than any real danger.

Optional Activities:
- San Cristobal de las Casas - Mayan villages tour inc. San Juan Chamula - USD20
- San Cristobal de las Casas - Sumidero Canyon (inc. transport) - USD30
- San Cristobal de las Casas - Mountain bike tour - USD40
- San Cristobal de las Casas - Amber (Jade) Museum - MXN20
- San Cristobal de las Casas - Jade Museum - USD5
- San Cristobal de las Casas - Museum of Typical Costumes - USD4

Accommodation: Hotel

Days 19-20: San Cristobal de las Casas
With winding cobblestone streets and colonial Spanish architecture, San Cristobal de las Casas maintains a lovely old-world feel mixed with strong indigenous roots. The surrounding villages are populated with Tzotzil and Tzeltal Indians who maintain their tribal origins through their varied traditional costumes and customs. There is time here to explore the villages, perhaps by mountain bike. If you take a day trip to San Juan Chamula, make sure to visit the church. The floor is covered with pine needles and the air is heavy with incense. Shamans come here to carry out cleansings with firewater, ancient prayer and sometimes chickens. There are also markets with colourful handicrafts for sale. Take the opportunity to go for an optional day trip to Sumidero Canyon. Back in town, go for a stroll and try to spot the cafe with the most locals in it for a taste of the traditional 'elote', a corn cob which makes a common snack in the highlands of Chiapas.

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 21: Totonicapan homestay
From San Cristobal we head down to Guatemala by van. It takes about 4 hours to get to the Guatemalan border and another 5 hours to get to our final destination, Totonicapan. The border crossing is fairly easy, just make sure you have your passport ready and the tour leader will give you detailed instructions on what to do once at the border.
Once in Totonicapan we will be introduced to our host family and the group may be split in twos or threes depending on the group size.
Locals in Totonicapan are both very friendly and very shy. In order to make the most of this experience, it may take a bit of effort from your side to break the ice first. Learn as many Spanish words as you can and get ready for some serious sign language action. Houses are very basic. Your room may only consist of a couple of beds with clean bedding; the bathroom will most likely be outside your room and be shared with the rest of the family. The mother of the family will cook dinner and breakfast for you. Meals can be very basic but filling, consisting of corn, rice and beans. You may want to stock up on some snacks beforehand.

Included Activities:
- Totonicapan homestay

Accommodation: Homestay
Meals Included: Dinner

Day 22: Panajachel
Today we continue driving south to Panajachel (approximately 2 hours). Panajachel is located on beautiful Lake Atitlan and it has a thriving market, good eateries and many water-based activities to enjoy. Go for a swim, hike or kayak on the lake. The surrounding area is dotted with villages which can be reached on foot or by boat. Watch women weaving at Santa Catarina Palopo or explore the colourful markets of Santiago Atitlan, In each village the local life has changed little over the last few hundred years. Each village has its own typical dress and make all the textiles themselves in designs passed down through generations.

Optional Activities:
- Panajachel - San Pedro Volcano hike - USD65
- Panajachel - Lake and villages tour - USD30
- Panajachel - Mountain bike tour - USD50
- Panajachel - Bike rental (per day) - USD10
- Panajachel - Zipline ride - USD45
- Panajachel - Kayak rental (per hour) - USD6
- Panajachel - Water taxi to Santiago, San Pedro or San Juan - USD8

Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 23: Panajachel
Today is a free day in Pana for you to continue exploring this fascinating region of Guatemala.

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 24: Antigua
Today we head towards Antigua (approx. 4 hrs) - our final stop in the Guatemalan Highlands.
The old colonial capital of Guatemala, Antigua remains the cultural centre of the country. Its cobbled streets, local markets, colonial buildings, and indigenous marimba music emanating from the many bars and restaurants create a fantastic atmosphere.
If you're into salsa dancing or you'd like to learn some moves, Antigua is the place to be. Many dancing schools offer hourly lessons that give you the preparation to hit the discos at night and show your moves.

Optional Activities:
- Antigua - Chocolate-making workshop - USD24
- Antigua - Bike tour - USD30
- Antigua - Santiago Zamora village tour - USD10
- Antigua - Coffee/Macadamia nut plantation tour - USD45
- Antigua - Salsa lessons (per hour) - USD7
Chichicastenango Market - Free

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 25: Antigua
There are no activities planned for the final day.
If you have time, on the last day perhaps consider taking an optional day trip to Chichicastenango to see the famous market. The town of Chichicastenango lies about 2,200 metres above sea level and features the best of handicrafts from all over Guatemala. This market is a big magnet for national and international travellers. Make sure you also go to visit the local fruit and vegetable market.

Unfortunately, more than half the population of this beautiful Guatemala you have come to know so well lives under the poverty line, which may explain why Guatemala has also the lowest literacy rate in Central America. With this in mind, the Intrepid Foundation is proud supporter of CasaSito, an outstanding not for profit organization dedicated to assist youth to reach their academic, personal and professional potential.

If you have 2’ to spare (2’41’’ to be exact!) take a look at this short video about CasaSito – it’s inspiring: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3KBiGdEcV4w

If you want to help CasaSito and Guatemalan’s youth, you can donate through the Intrepid Foundation, which means that your donation will be match dollar for dollar by Intrepid too. No donation is too small. $5, $10, $50 it all goes a long way to help this fantastic organization. Simply visit our website: www.theintrepidfoundation.org/projects/casasito/

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Eine gute Mischung aus öffentlichen und privaten Verkehrsmitteln sowie viele inkludierte Aktivitäten. Übernachtet wird meist in einfachen landestypischen Hotels, charmanten Pensionen (Bed & Breakfast) oder auch mal auf einer sogenannten „Estancia“, sei es in der kolumbianischen Kaffeeregion oder in der argentinischen Pampa. Dort dürfen die Gäste ruhig auch selbst Hand anlegen. Während der Trekkingtouren übernachtet man vorwiegend im Zelt in Camps. Vielfach sind Mahlzeiten inkludiert. Hin und wieder verbringt man die Nacht im Nachtbus, nutzt eine Fähre oder ein Boot oder steigt ins Flugzeug.

Kombireise
Diese Tour setzt sich aus verschiedenen Tourabschnitten zusammen, daher können sich die Gruppenzusammensetzung und Reiseleitung während der Tour ändern.