Mayan Discovery Mexiko · Belize · Guatemala

Mayan Discovery

  • Entdecke Mayatempel und Ruinen von Chichén Itzá und Palenque
  • Halte Ausschau nach Affen im Dschungel
  • Schwimme in einem Cenote - einem unterirdischen Pool
  • Besichtigung der archäologischen Stätte Tikal
  • Tropisches Paradies Caye Caulker in Belize
  • Genieße den karibischen Strand der Riviera Maya
  • Überblick
  • Leistungen
  • Reiseverlauf
  • Termine & Preise
  • Zusatzinformationen

15 Tage Mexiko · Belize · Guatemala

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Das wahre Yucatán - Mayaruinen im dichten Dschungel, Straßenhändler, die in den Straßen der Kolonialstädte ihre Waren anpreisen, kilometerlange unberührte Strände an der Karibik. Bei dieser einzigartigen Rundreise siehst du die Ruinen von Chichén Itzá und Palenque und begibst dich tief in den Dschungel von Guatemala, wo das geheimnisvolle Tikal auf dich wartet. Du entscheidest, worauf du Lust hast. Also raus aus den Pauschaltouristen-Hotels und rein in die Wildnis und Mayakultur!

1. Tag: Playa del Carmen
Ankunft zu jeder Zeit möglich.

2.-3. Tag: Chichén Itzá - Mérida
Führung in Chichén Itzá und Orientierungs-Spaziergang durch Mérida. Optional kannst du die Ruinen von Uxmal besuchen oder in Cuzamá den drei nahegelegenen Cenoten (unterirdische Seen) schwimmen gehen.

4.-6. Tag: Palenque
Reise nach Palenque im üppigen und dichten Dschungel von Chiapas. Führung durch die Mayaruinen von Palenque. Optional kannst du die Ruinen von Yaxchilán oder Bonampak besuchen.

7. Tag: Palenque - San José
Wir erreichen Guatemala und San José. Du erkundest den See Petén Itzá und die Insel Flores.

8. Tag: San José
Lerne auf einer geführten Besichtigung der archäologischen Stätte Tikal mehr über die Kultur und Geschichte der Mayas. Entspanne am Petén-Itzá-See bei einer Bootsfahrt oder einer Runde Schwimmen.

9.-10. Tag: San Ignacio
Du kannst optional die heilige Mayahöhle Actun Tunichil Muknal besuchen, die Gegend um Mountain Pine Ridge erforschen oder dir die wenig besuchten Mayaruinen von Xunantunich anschauen.

11.-12. Tag: Caye Caulker
Genieße dieses tropische Paradies. Leihe dir ein Fahrrad aus und plane deine Aktivitäten für den nächsten Tag. Verbringe den Tag damit, Caye Caulker und die Meeresfauna der Region zu erkunden.

13.-14. Tag: Playa del Carmen
Optionale Ausflüge zu den Mayaruinen von Tulúm oder dem Tauchmekka von Cozumel oder entspannt am Strand. Genieße das Abendessen in einem geförderten Restaurant und Sozialbetrieb mit einem Kunstprogramm für Jugendliche.

15. Tag: Playa del Carmen
Abreise zu jeder Zeit möglich.

Leistungen enthalten

  • Mittelamerika Rundreise gemäß Programm
  • Transporte, Unterkünfte und Mahlzeiten gemäß Programm
  • Ausflüge, Aktivitäten und Besichtigungen laut Reiseverlauf:
    • Führung durch Chichén Itzá
    • Orientierungs-Spaziergang durch Mérida
    • Führung durch Palenque
    • Führung durch Tikal
    • Strandaufenthalt in Playa del Carmen
    • Abendessen im El Hongo Mexican Community Restaurant mit Kunstprogramm von Jugendlichen in Playa del Carmen
    • Besuch der San Antonio Women's Pottery Cooperative und Mittagessen

Leistungen nicht enthalten

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

Unterbringung

14x Standard-Hotel

Die Unterbringung erfolgt im Doppelzimmer. Alleinreisende teilen sich das Zimmer mit einem/einer weiteren gleichgeschlechtlichen Reiseteilnehmer/in.

Gegen Aufpreis ist auch die Unterbringung im Einzelzimmer buchbar (außer an den Tagen 6, 11 und 12). EZ-Zuschlag: 649 Euro.

Verpflegung


1x Frühstück
1x Abendessen

Plane 365-475 USD für nicht inbegriffene Mahlzeiten ein.

Tourbegleitung

Englischsprachiger Reiseleiter, lokale Guides

Transportarten

öffentlicher Bus, Minibus, Boot, Taxi, Zu Fuß

Zusätzliche Übernachtungen

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Day 1: Playa del Carmen
Arrive at any time. There are no planned activities before an evening welcome meeting.

The adventure begins tonight with our Welcome Meeting. Feel free to explore, but make sure you're back in time to meet the group. After introductions, your CEO will review the details of your tour.

Accommodation: Ko'ox City Garden Hotel (or similar)

Day 2: Playa del Carmen - Mérida
Travel to Mérida, stopping en route for a guided tour of Chichén Itzá. Enjoy an orientation walk of Mérida.

Stop for a guided tour of the popular Mayan ruins of Chichén Itzá. Explore this famous site, known for its huge stepped pyramids and elaborate stone carvings.

Continue on to Mérida, the capital of the Yucatán State. Follow your tour guide on an orientation walk to get the lay of the land.

Included activities:
- Chichén Itzá Guided Tour
Spend the afternoon with a local expert and learn about the history of Chichén Itzá and the beliefs and rituals that defined this ancient Mayan civilization. This dramatic site includes a 30m (98 ft) high temple, known as the Pyramid of Kukulcan, famous for its balustrade of 91 stairs up each of the four sides, a ball court with a grandstand, and towering walls. Visit the highlights of the site including the famous Castillo, the ball court, the cenote, and the Nunnery.

- Orientation Walk
Enjoy a brief walk with your CEO. He/she will give you some tips on finding things like supermarkets, main squares, and ATMs. For more specific or in-depth information, an official guided tour is recommended.

Accommodation: Hotel Reforma (or similar)

Day 3: Mérida
Opt to visit ruins of Uxmal, ride the PUUC Route, go bird-watching in Celestún, hit the beach in Progreso, visit cenotes (underground pools) in the nearby town of Cuzamá, or walk around town and soak in all of the history this city has to offer.

Optional Activities:
- Uxmal Ruins Visit
Founded in 700 AD, magical Uxmal was once home to as many as 25,000 Mayans. Located 62km (38 mi) south of Merida, in Yucatán’s Puuc ("hill" or "chain of low mountains") region, this UNESCO World Heritage Centre represents the pinnacle of late Maya art and architecture. Wander the site, see the Pyramid of the Magician, and visit nearby Kabah, one of three neighbouring sites.

- Cuzama Cenote Visit
25-45USD per person. Hop into a horsecart to ride old rails to the entrance of an underground sinkhole. Swim in crystal-blue mineral water inside this limestone cave. Come prepared with your swimsuit so you can dive in and enjoy. The clarity of the water and depth of cenotes makes swimming a unique experience.

- Celestún Bird Watching
Drive approx 2 hrs to Celestún and take a boat ride in search of pink flamingos and other birds in the Parque Natural del Flamenco Mexicano (or Celestun Biosphere Reserve). This wetland is the winter home to flocks of thousands of flamingos, as well as herons, ducks, and pelicans; more than 200 species migrate or live here year-round. Celestun is also a hatching ground for endangered sea turtles.

- Day Trip to Progreso Beach
4USD per person. Roughly an hour drive from Meridá, Progreso is a perfect spot for relaxing on the beach or strolling along the boardwalk. Stop along the way at the Dzibichaltun archaeological site.

Accommodation: Hotel Reforma (or similar)

Day 4: Mérida - Palenque
Travel day to Palenque in the lush dense jungle of Chiapas. We travel by First-class bus - so ride on in style. We recommend to bring a sweater for the bus as they can be overly air-conditioned. There are toilets on the bus and the occasional stop to stretch your legs or pick up snacks.

Accommodation: Mayabell (or similar)

Day 5: Palenque
Enjoy a guided tour of the Mayan ruins of Palenque. Later, choose from one of the many optional activities in the area.

Included activites:
- Palenque Ruins Guided Tour
Experience the elegant jungle site of Palenque on a guided tour. See the highlights -- the Temple of the Cross Group, Temple of Inscriptions and the Grand Palace. Howler monkeys sound in the distance as the fog rolls in and out of this mystical site, one of the most important centres for trade and culture during the end of the Classic Maya period.

Optional Activities:
- Jungle Trail Hike
20USD per person. Only two percent of the ruins in the Mayan capital of Palenque are out in the open. Follow a local guide into the jungle along a trail, visit ruins that are now overgrown with moss and vines. Learn about the wildlife and different medicinal trees and plants that grow in and around the Usumancinta River of this mountainous forest area of Chiapas.

- Roberto Barrios Waterfalls
35-50USD per person. Visit the Zapatista community of Roberto Barrios, Chiapas, have a swim and explore the cascading waterfall. If it hasn’t rained for a few days, you will be astonished how bright the light blue water can get.

Accommodation: Mayabell (or similar)

Day 6: Palenque
Enjoy a free day to explore Palenque and surroundings. Opt to visit the Mayan ruins of Yaxchilán and Bonampak. Do as much or as little as you like in and around the jungle of Palenque.

Optional Activities:
- Yaxchilan and Bonampak Ruins
65USD per person. Climb aboard a boat launch from Frontera Corozal along the Guatemala border, float along the Usumacinta River and arrive at Yaxchilan, one of the least crowded and best preserved Mayan sites in Mexico. This large Classic centre is known for its well-preserved sculptured stone lintels stelae etched in hieroglyphics. Next, visit Bonampak, a smaller site 30km (19 mi) to the south, known for the quality of its ancient fresco murals, painted in a single session while the plaster was moist. The excursion includes breakfast, lunch and the transportation, but a local guide will be extra.

Accommodation: Explora Lacanja (or similar)

Day 7: San José
Journey through the jungle by private vehicle, crossing into Guatemala and continuing on to San José. Explore Lake Petén Itzá and the island of Flores.

Optional Activities:
- Lake Petén Itzá Boat Tour
10-20USD per person. Enjoy a calm boat ride around Lake Petén Itzá. Stop for a swim and climb to the lookout that sits above the small archaeological site of Tayasal.

Accommodation: Hotel Bahia Taitza (or similar)

Day 8: San José
Learn about Mayan culture and history on a guided tour of Tikal archaeological site. Relax on Lake Petén Itzá with a boat cruise or a swim.

Included activites:
- Tikal Ruins Guided Tour
Put on your walking shoes and prepare for a tiring but memorable day walking through history at the impressive site of Tikal. The Mayan site is set in the heart of the jungle, in Tikal National Park, now a UNESCO World Heritage site. Along with our bilingual guide, see some of the temples, plazas, carved stone monuments and public squares, more than 3,000 buildings in all, dating from as far back as 600 BC. Climb to the top of Temple IV, catch your breath, take photos, and then sit and contemplate the magnificence of the site and the tropical rainforest beyond. Look for monkeys, anteaters, armadillos, and deer, as well as macaws and eagles, snakes, and spiders.

Optional Activities:
- Lake Petén Itzá Boat Tour
10-20USD per person. Enjoy a calm boat ride around Lake Petén Itzá. Stop for a swim and climb to the lookout that sits above the small archaeological site of Tayasal.

Accommodation: Hotel Bahia Taitza (or similar)
Meals: Dinner

Day 9: San José - San Ignacio
Travel from San José to San Ignacio, Belize. Make a plan to explore the area.

Continue on to Belize, a country with a decidedly Caribbean flavour. The relaxed atmosphere of San Ignacio allows for options including horseback riding, canoeing, caving, or exploring the Mountain Pine Ridge area.

Optional Activities:
- Xunantunich Visit
5USD per person. Hike to the top of this impressive 9th-century Maya centre, set high on a natural limestone ridge, and admire the view of the Mopan River, Cayo District and neighbouring Guatemalan countryside. The tallest temple, El Castillo, is partially excavated and explored and there’s a unique stucco frieze on the east side of the structure. Discover why Xunantunich is Belize’s most visited site with intricately carved stellae, 25 temples, and well-preserved palaces.

- Horseback Riding
30USD per person. Choose from one of the 45 horses at Hannah's Stables and ride over farm trails and forested paths, all the way along the river to the Mayan site of Xunantunich. Enjoy a short guided tour of the site before taking a different trail back to the stables. Watch for native birds, including toucans and parrots, listen for howler monkeys, admire orchids and fruit trees and breathe in the fresh air of the Belize countryside.

Accomodation: Venus Hotel (or similar)
Meals: Lunch

Day 10: San Ignacio
Enjoy free time to visit the sacred Mayan cave, Actun Tunichil Muknal, explore the Mountain Pine Ridge area or see the lesser-known Mayan ruins of Xunantunich or Caracol.

Optional acitivities abound around San Ignacio. Choose to see the Mountain Pine Ridge area or take a day trip to the astounding Actun Tunichil Muknal cave. Explore the cave’s water systems using a helmet and headlamp. An experienced local guide will provide insight into the fascinating practices of the ancient Maya.

Alternatively, opt for a trip to the impressive Maya ceremonial centre of Xunantunich. Getting there includes crossing a narrow river by a hand-cranked ferry.

Optional Activities:
- Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve Visit
75USD per person. The Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve covers almost 500 square km (310 square miles) and only controlled logging is allowed. Interesting stops include Hidden Valley Falls, a spectacular waterfall dropping more than 300m (984 ft) over the granite edge of the jungle. Further along, you will cross the Rio On and a climb over an assortment of worn boulders and rocks that will bring you to a delightful site with waterfalls and several warm water pools. The area is also renowned for its system of caves, the biggest and most famous being the Rio Frio Cave. With its enormous arched entryway into the kilometre-long cave, this river cave is the largest in Belize. A day trip to the ridge can easily be arranged in San Ignacio.

- Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave Visit
90USD per person. The Actun Tunichil Muknal cave has only been open to the public since 1998. Take advantage of this rare opportunity to see up to 1400 artifacts, including pottery, tools and vessels used by the Maya for a thousand years. Hike 45 minutes to the cave entrance, wade/swim through deep pools, past calcite formations, to explore this damp, dark place of ritual and sacrifice. With a helmet and headlamp, see the skeleton of the “Crystal Maiden,” a young girl whose bones have calcified over the past 1,100 years, making them appear to sparkle.

- Barton Creek Cave Canoeing
50-75USD per person. Strap on a headlamp, step in the canoe and paddle along an ancient Mayan waterway inside the Barton Creek Cave. Bring your camera to take memorable photos of cathedral rock chambers, stalactites and stalagmites. Upon return, opt to swim at Big Rock Falls.

- Cave Tubing
75USD per person. Hike through the lush subtropical forest to the entrances of remarkable limestone caves within the mountains. Jump into crystal blue waters, tube down stream, enjoy a cool swim in refreshing therapeutic cave waters in a natural pool formed between two cave entrances, float through some rapids, view sparkling cave formations and learn of cave geology and Maya history during the tour.

- Caracol Ruins Tour
95USD per person. Set within the Chiquibul Forest Reserve, prepare to be wowed by Caracol. It’s the largest known Maya site in Belize and was once home to an estimated 180,000 people. The site was discovered in the 1920's by a logger looking for mahogany. One of its pyramids, Canaa or “Sky Place”, built in 800 AD and standing 43m, continues to be the tallest man-made structure in the country. Bring your walking shoes, water and a sunhat because there’s lots to see here. Tombs, temples, altars, carved stelae and other stone monuments – it’s well worth the effort and easy to be impressed.

- Horseback Riding
30USD per person. Choose from one of the 45 horses at Hannah's Stables and ride over farm trails and forested paths, all the way along the river to the Mayan site of Xunantunich. Enjoy a short guided tour of the site before taking a different trail back to the stables. Watch for native birds, including toucans and parrots, listen for howler monkeys, admire orchids and fruit trees and breathe in the fresh air of the Belize countryside.

- Xunantunich Visit
5USD per person. Hike to the top of this impressive 9th-century Maya centre, set high on a natural limestone ridge, and admire the view of the Mopan River, Cayo District and neighbouring Guatemalan countryside. The tallest temple, El Castillo, is partially excavated and explored and there’s a unique stucco frieze on the east side of the structure. Discover why Xunantunich is Belize’s most visited site with intricately carved stellae, 25 temples, and well-preserved palaces.

Accomodation: Hotel

Day 11: San Ignacio - Caye Caulker
Travel to Caye Caulker and enjoy the tropical paradise. Rent a bike and organize activities for the next day.

Caye Caulker is a relaxed and easy going island with friendly and welcoming local residents. Snorkel and dive boats leave daily for full- or half-day outings to the reef, Hol Chan Marine Reserve, the Blue Hole and for manatee spotting tours.

Try your hand fishing and be rewarded with a fresh catch, then barbecue it on the beach.

Optional Activities:
- Bike with Purpose Rental
7-30USD per person. Rent a bike from the supported Bike with Purpose project on Caye Caulker and cycle around the island out to the split and back. It's a great way to get some exercise and see the sights on this laid-back island. Don't forget to bring water and wear lots of sunscreen.

Accommodation: Enjoy Hotel (or similar)

Day 12: Caye Caulker
Spend the day exploring Caye Caulker and the marine life in the area.

Opt to snorkel with stingrays, nurse sharks, and green turtles at Hol Chan Marine Reserve, go diving in Blue Hole National Park, take a flight over the Blue Hole and coral reef, rent a bike, or just chill out, Belizean style.

Optional Activities:
- Blue Hole National Monument Dive
230-260USD per person. Channel your inner Jacques Cousteau and dive the Great Blue Hole, ranked by the Discovery Channel as their top choice for “most amazing place on earth”. This giant limestone sinkhole, 300m in diameter and 124m deep, was formed more than a million years ago and is now part of the larger Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Geared to open water and advanced divers, see Midnight Parrotfish and Caribbean reef sharks and interesting rock formations, including stalactites which formed before the area was submerged by the sea.

- Fishing
200USD per group. Cast a line and see what you can reel in. Fish for snapper, barracuda, horse-eye jack and more. Bring your catch to any local restaurant and have them gut and grill it just for you. Buy the rest of dinner and some drinks and enjoy! It doesn’t get any fresher than this.

- Guided Kayak Trip
25USD per person. Follow a guide on a sea kayak tour around the southern portion of Caye Caulker. Paddle around the mangroves and try to spot some of the unique wildlife in the area.

- Sunset Sailing Boat Tour
35USD per person. Set sail just before sunset. Relax with reggae music and rum punch, snack on shrimp ceviche and snap a few photos as you sail around the island as the sun sets to the west of Caye Caulker.

- Blue Hole National Park Flight
50-250USD per person. Charge up your camera batteries and take flight over the crystal clear waters off Belize. Take off from Caye Caulker airstrip in a small plane and observe the incredible Blue Hole national monument from above. Made famous by underwater explorer Jacques Cousteau, this limestone sinkhole is 300m (1000 ft) in diameter and was formed more than a million years ago.

- Bike with Purpose Rental
7-30USD per person. Rent a bike from the Bike with Purpose project on Caye Caulker and cycle around the island out to the split and back. It's a great way to get some exercise and see the sights on this laid-back island. Don't forget to bring water and wear lots of sunscreen.

Accommodation: Enjoy Hotel (or similar)

Day 13: Caye Caulker - Playa del Carmen
Full travel day to reach Playa del Carmen, the last stop of the adventure.

Head to Playa del Carmen, located on the beach just a 45-minute drive south of Cancún. Enjoy some nightlife, buy last minute souvenirs and relax and swim in the Caribbean.

Just off the coast is the island of Cozumel, renowned for its world-class diving. Take the ferry from Playa del Carmen (30-75 mins depending on the boat) across the turquoise waters and explore the towns and the reefs of the island. For a final dose of ruins, Tulúm is just a 45-minute drive south of Playa.

Accommodation: Ko'ox Garden City Hotel (or similar)

Day 14: Playa del Carmen
Enjoy a free day to explore the Mayan ruins of Tulúm, visit one of the many cenotes or the diving mecca of Cozumel. Enjoy dinner at a G Adventures-supported community restaurant with a youth-focused art program.

Optional Activities:
- Tulúm Ruins Visit
10USD per person. The Maya built the ancient seaport of Tulúm in the late 13th century. Located some 130 km (80 mi) south of Cancun, this picturesque site features a number of limestone structures protected on three sides by a 7m (23 ft) thick wall. Visit “El Castillo” (the castle), overlooking the Caribbean coast, and the Temple of Frescoes, then head down to the beach. Dive into the warm aquamarine waters and imagine spotting ancient vessels laden with turquoise and jade.

- Cozumel Diving (Certified Divers)
85-140USD per person. Take the ferry to Cozumel Island and discover one of the world’s top scuba diving destinations. See schools of tropical fish (over 250 species) swimming in and amongst colourful coral, look for sponges and other aquatic marine life. Two main coral reefs provide plateaus beginning in less than 9m of water. All this, plus clear, warm water. Every diver’s dream!

- Cenote Visit
10-30USD per person. Pack your swimsuit, hail a shared van (colectivo) and ask for directions to one of Yucatan’s many cenotes. These natural swimming holes were formed thousands of years ago, when the peninsula's porous limestone collapsed to reveal fresh water pools fed by underground systems of canals and rivers. Dive into the turquoise waters surrounded by cave walls or tropical foliage, watch fish dart in and out of the shafts of sunlight and realize why the Maya called cenotes “sacred wells”.

- Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve Canal Float
40USD per person. Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve is one of Mexico’s most important protected areas due to its diversity in bird and animal species. The Reserve uses ecologically responsible technologies, including systems for wetland waste management, rainwater collection, and solar and wind energy generation to protect the environment.

Visit the reserve and take a boat ride across the lagoon before hopping into the crystal clear water of one of the canals. Next, enjoy nature's lazy river as you float past Mayan ruins and mangrove forests, letting the current slowly bring you down stream. It's just you, the sound of chirping birds, and the fish swimming around your feet - pure paradise!

- Coco Bongo Disco and Show
70USD per person. Coco Bongo lives up to its name. Visitors describe it as “insane”, “exciting” and “amazing”. This Vegas-style disco and show features a range of high energy acts including Elvis, Lady Gaga, Moulin Rouge and more. The price includes all your drinks and the show is cheaper on weekdays. Go wild!

Accommodation: Ko'ox Garden City Hotel (or similar)
Meals: Dinner

Day 15: Playa del Carmen
Depart at any time.

Playa del Carmen is located just south of Cancún airport (45 mins) so you can head directly there without returning to Cancún.
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