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Guatemala & Belize wonders

11 days/10 nights

Antigua + Panahachel + Flores + Pine Ridge + San Pedro + Belize City





Guatemala, land of ancient civilizations and vibrant cultures, beckons travelers with its rich tapestry of history and tradition.
Belize, a hidden gem of Central America, captivates adventurers with its pristine jungles, turquoise waters, and warm hospitality.
From the majestic Mayan ruins of Tikal in Guatemala to the tranquil beaches of Belize, this region is a treasure trove of wonders waiting to be explored.
Antigua, with its cobblestone streets and colonial charm, whispers tales of a bygone era, inviting visitors to step back in time and immerse themselves in its enchanting beauty.
Panajachel, nestled along the shores of Lake Atitlán, captivates with its breathtaking vistas of shimmering waters and towering volcanoes, offering a serene escape for the soul.
Flores, a picturesque island town nestled in the heart of Lake Petén Itzá, enchants travelers with its colorful streets, vibrant markets, and rich Mayan heritage.
Pine Ridge, a rugged wilderness of towering pine forests and cascading waterfalls, beckons adventurers to explore its hidden treasures and reconnect with nature's majesty.
San Pedro, on the idyllic shores of Ambergris Caye, exudes laid-back island vibes, where time slows down and worries fade away amidst swaying palm trees and crystal-clear waters.
Belize City, a melting pot of cultures and histories, pulsates with the rhythm of Caribbean life, offering a vibrant tapestry of sights, sounds, and flavors waiting to be discovered.

Day 1: Guatemala City Airport – Antigua

Arrive into Guatemala City where you will be met by a guide and transferred (approx.1 hour) directly to your hotel in Antigua. Accommodation in the hotel. Free time to spend enjoying this magical colonial town, considered by some to be the most beautiful in the world. Walk its romantic cobble stone streets and enjoy fine cuisine at one of the many excellent gourmet restaurants in the area. The old capital of Guatemala-Antigua (Antigua Guatemala), is located in the wide mountain valley of Panchoy, between Agua, Acatenango and Fuego volcanoes. Founded in 1524, the city became one of the largest cities of the Spanish Empire, and was as the administrative center of Central America. The city reached its prosperity in the middle of the XVIII century. In 1773, Antigua was destroyed by the great Santa Marta earthquake, during which almost all buildings, monasteries and architectural structures were destroyed, many of which are now restored and are museums. In 1979, Antigua was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, and now Antigua is the main tourist center of the country.

Day 2: Antigua

After breakfast we will enjoy a sightseeing tour in Antigua Guatemala visiting the ruins, museums, monasteries, markets, art galleries and squares of this colonial city. The main attractions of the city are the Central square of the Park Central, the Cathedral de San Jose; the Palace of the Captains-General (1558); Ayuntamiento - Municipality, built in 1740; the ruins of La Capuchinas, the largest and most impressive of the convents of the city; the Santa Catalina arch preserved from the monastery; La Merced Church with a wonderful carved facade. Must –see places are: the impressive Church of San Francisco, one of the oldest churches in Antigua; the magnificently restored colonial Casa Popeno mansion, the Museo de Santiago in the old city prison building, containing an extensive collection of colonial period objects, the Museo del Libro Antigua, the Museum of Colonial Art in the old University building (collection of religious art), the green Union Park with an open textile market, as well as two churches around its edges-the western church of San Pedro and the eastern Santa Clara, a former convent. In the afternoon, transfer to Panahachel. (1 hour).

Day 3: Lake Atitlan

This morning you will take a sightseeing boat tour to the "place where the rainbow takes its colors". So you are heading to Lake Atitlan (30min approx.). Lake Atitlan surrounded by mountains and 3 of the volcano: San Pedro, Atitlan, Toliman, is located in the central part of Guatemala. Its area exceeds over 130 square kilometers, and it is 340 m deep, it is the deepest lake in Central America. Since 1955 the surrounding area of Lake Atitlan has been a national park. This mountainous region is known for its indigenous traditions and folklore of Mayan people. You will also go to the village of San Juan La Laguna, where you visit a women's textile cooperative and see the hand weaving and natural dyeing process. Next visit is to the workshops of local Naif artists. Then the tour will continue to the town of Santiago. In the evening transfer to Guatemala City.

Day 4: Guatemala City-Flores-Tikal National Park

In the morning, transfer to the airport for your flight to Flores, Peten. The capital of El Peten Flores was built on a small island on the lake Lago de Peten Itza, and is connected with a half-kilometer bridge with the town of Santa Elena on the shore. In Mayan times, on the site of Flores was the capital of the imperial province of Tayasal, which was later completely destroyed. During the colonial period, no one knew about the city, until Tikal was discovered. This small picturesque town, with its colorful Government House, other buildings and a church on the main square, is famous for the caves of Actun Can or La Cueva de La Sapiente, the colorful villages of San Andres and San Jose, the ruins of the classic Maya period in Motula and the picturesque views of Lake Lago de Peten Itza. Today, you will enjoy a guided tour along the trails and main squares of the most important Mayan city in the world. Here you will notice how perfectly nature and archeology are combined. You will be able to see the rich wildlife, the Mayan forest, the thousand-year-old temples that are mute witnesses of the birth and splendor, as well as the collapse of one of the most ancient civilizations on the planet.

Day 5: Yaxha - Belize

Breakfast. A bus transfer to Yaxha National Park (about 1 hour). Yaxha means the color of the sea wave. This urban center of the Mayan civilization is located between two lagoons - Skanab and Yashha. The famous monuments of the Yaxha are: the complex of buildings known as the Royal Palace, the Northern Acropolis, the Astronomical Complex, two ball stadiums, the Eastern Acropolis, the Square of Shadows and the Complex of the Twin Pyramids. All these buildings are connected by a system of roads and paved sidewalks. More than 500 structures have been discovered in Yaxha. The local flora and fauna iare extremely rich and diverse. Here we take a walk through the lush tropical forest, where the howling monkeys fill the atmosphere with voices. We conclude the day in the highest part of Temple 216, the tallest building, where we will enjoy an unforgettable time listening to the birds singing. After lunch, transfer to the border of Belize, then transfer to your hotel in the Pine Ridge Mountains, Blancaneaux Lodge. Blancaneaux Lodge is located in the Mountain Pine Ridge Forest. It features an outdoor pool, a garden with organic plants, and 2 restaurants. The charming bungalows and villas offer beautiful river views from their balconies. Surrounded by pine trees, Blancaneaux Lodge offers an orchid-lined walkway. The lodge administration can organize hiking trips to the nearby waterfall and caves.

Day6: Caracol ruins

Today you will enjoy an exciting tour! The first stop is at the pools and waterfalls, where you can cool off by swimming in the pool or sitting in the natural hot tubs. After this stop, we will continue our tour to the archaeological ruins of Caracol. Situated high on the Vaca Plateau deep in the Chiquibul Forest Reserve, Caracol is the most extensive Mayan site in Belize and was only re-discovered as recently as 1936. The site of Caracol covers over 80 square miles with 30,000 structures and at its peak supported a population in excess of 150,000. Situated at 1600 feet above sea level (one of the highest located sites of the southern uplands region) with no natural water body close by, it remains a mystery why such a huge population centre like Caracol evolved where it is. However, the close proximity to both extremely hard stone and copal, two commodities highly prized by the Mayas may help explain this enigma. At the heart of the site lies the massive pyramid of Caana (Sky Palace) which is now almost fully restored and reaches a height of over 135 feet. From the top you can enjoy breath taking panoramic views over the forest clad mountains. The drive to the site in the early morning occasionally allows guests to take a glimpse of tapirs, jaguars or ocelots, as they break their forest cover to cross the road. The sprawling site contains huge Ceiba, Mahogany and Sapodilla trees and is superb for birding (the rare Keel-billed Motmot is one of the many residents of the site). Wildlife such as Howler and Spider monkeys, the Oscellated Turkey, Coatimundi, Gibnut and Grey Fox are often sighted while quietly wandering along the site’s causeways or along trails connecting the plaza groups. Upon conclusion in the afternoon return to your hotel.

Day 7: Cayo-"Cave of the Stone Sepulcher" –Belize city

Transfer to Cayo district. Actun Tunichil Muknal "Cave of the Stone Sepulcher" is one of the most impressive caves in the Maya lowland. Located in the heart of the Belizean Rainforest, this cave was a sacred place to the pre-hispanic Mayas of Belize, who first began to use the entrance during the early classic period (300-600AD.) The cave system consists of a series of chambers, ending in a 300 by 50 meter Cathedral where sacrificial ceremonies once took place. Visitors to this cave have the opportunity to travel into the Maya past and witness a living museum where the human sacrifices and artifacts can be viewed in their original context. On the tour, guests will drive to the trailhead and trek for 45 minutes through dense Jungle in the Tapir Mountain Nature Reserve, wading across three streams and learning about the flora and fauna of the Jungle. At the entrance of the Cave guests are outfitted in the necessary equipment. Some swimming will be required and also climbing and caving activity. Guests will spend 3 hours in the cave after which they may also visit a nearby dry cave to see ancient inscriptions and handprints of which the origins are unknown. This is a first class caving and archaeological experience. Evening transfer from Cayo to Belize city, then a water taxi transfer to San Pedro Ambergris Caye. (1.5 hours). The largest of Belize's islands, Ambergris Caye runs parallel to the magnificent Belize Barrier Reef. Once home to the ancient Maya (they created the island by digging a channel between it and Mexico), Ambergris is located 56 kilometers (35 miles) northeast of Belize City and is accessible by boat or plane. It's a popular destination for diving, snorkeling, sailing, fishing, kayaking, and windsurfing; trips to nearby Caye Caulker and the mainland are easy to plan, too. Formerly a fishing village, San Pedro is the island's only town; its sandy streets are lined with waterfront restaurants, hotels, tiki bars, and dive shops.

Day 8: San Pedro Ambergris Caye

Today you will have a unique adventure, don’t miss a chance to swim with nurse sharks in Hol Chan Marine Reserve. Hol Chan means Little Channel in Mayan and is a natural break on the barrier reef where ocean depth ranges from 3 to 30 feet. Here guests will enjoy seeing the breathtaking myriad of marine life and huge coral garden, among which are flourishing staghorn corals and sea fans. Shark Ray Alley is a shallow water snorkel where guests will enjoy swimming with the harmless nurse sharks and southern stingrays - this trip is a famous snorkel trip and a "must do" for Belize.

Day 9: San Pedro Ambergris Caye

One more day of snorkeling in Ambergris Caye. You will enjoy seeing the breathtaking myriad of marine life and huge coral garden, among which are flourishing staghorn corals and sea fans.

Day 10: San Pedro Ambergris Caye

Optional: You can book Blue Hole Flyover Tour from San Pedro Ambergris( in a group) Duration of the fly: approx. 1 hour The price of the tour:$ 360 USD NET per pax After lunch transfer to Belize city by water taxi, arrival and transfer to Radisson Fort George Hotel and Marina.

Day 11: Belize City

In the morning you will have a city tour, then at the mentioned time transfer to the airport for your flight home. Belize City It's said that Belize City was built on a foundation of wood chips, coral, and empty rum bottles. Whether or not that's true, this city of 80,000 people certainly has a storied past. Over the centuries, it's served as a Maya settlement, a pirate stronghold, a British logging town, and the British Empire's Central American seat of power. More recently, it was the capital of the country until Belmopan took the title in 1970. Surrounded by the Caribbean Sea on three sides, Belize City comprises faded Victorian mansions, cinder block buildings, and traditional Creole eateries. It's divided in two by Haulover Creek. The northern side is home to popular sights like the Fort George Lighthouse, the Museum of Belize, and Baron Bliss Memorial; the south side is an urban rigmarole of banks, businesses, and markets.



- Accommodation in 3-4 star hotels (standard room)
- All ground transportation during excursions and transfers as per the itinerary
- English-speaking guide for excursions (Russian-speaking guide available upon request for an additional fee)
- Round-trip transfer on a shared water taxi from Belize City to San Pedro Ambergris Caye
- Entrance tickets as per the itinerary
- One-way flight ticket from Guatemala to Flores
Not included:
- Meals not specified in the itinerary
- Additional excursions
- Medical services
- Departure tax from Flores to Guatemala ($3.00 or Q20.00 each way)
- Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
- Personal expenses such as phone calls, laundry, etc.
- Tips for drivers and guides
*The host has the right to change the hotels indicated in the program to other hotels of the same category.

*The host party reserves the right to change the order of excursions, subject to the tour program.

*The host is not responsible for missed breakfasts in hotels when checking out early in the morning in case of an early flight or excursion
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REVIEW №1- Stacey
Pantanal and Bonito were fantastic. We loved all the tours and our driver was wonderful.
Thanks for a great trip!
REVIEW №2- Sandra Fahed Eliane
Hello ANNA!
I didn’t have the chance to thank you yet, for all your efforts, I had received very good reviews about all the package from my clients and they were satisfied thanks again for everything,

Kisses and hugs from Beirut ????
REVIEW №3- Shamali De Vaz

Dear Anna, Alexandra, Iona and the rest of the team at Ada Tours
Feed-back from a happy, satisfied customer!
A very big thank you for your very efficient services, Hospitality and most importantly your patience throughout the tour of my client. Dr. Chrysantha Mendis is very happy with the entire Tour. You did a fantastic job by organizing a detailed tour package covering 7 countries, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile, Peru, Argentina, and Brazil. Dr. Mendis has enjoyed all the countries though he could not do a few tours in Peru which is understandable due to political unrest. We will recommend Ada Tours to all our clients in Sri Lanka and will start promoting your tours in our website.
Best wishes and kind regards,
REVIEW №4- Carol
Hi Anna, thank you for the update on the glasses. I’ll wait and see what happens! Alan and I are now back in the UK. We loved our trip to the Pantanal and Bonito. Our guide, Alessandra was brilliant with lots of knowledge and very considerate and helpful. The only hitch we had was on our flight back to Rio because the second leg of the trip was cancelled and we were rescheduled to a later plane and our luggage was mislaid. Fortunately it arrived in Rio a day later, before we flew home. Thank you for arranging the trip.
Best wishes Carol
REVIEW №5- Stacey Robertson
Hello Anna and Natalia,
Thank you for all your help with our trip! I know our group was difficult, and I appreciate your patience with us. We loved the tours, the horseback ride, and the absolutely beautiful lunch at the vineyard. Our guides and drivers were fantastic, especially Luis. And the hotels were perfectly located. It was such a convenience to be centrally located in both Lisbon and Madeira.
I hope you enjoy a wonderful holiday and I look forward to working with you in the new year!
REVIEW №6- Maria Paz R. Alberto
Dear Anna
Greetings from Ark.
Allow me to thank you for the fun trip we had, it was very memorable. Your guide , Francisco and driver Ernesto
are very good, kind and knowledgeable.

Maria Paz R. Alberto
President Philippine IATA Travel Agents Associatio
REVIEW №7- Farzana
Dear Team,
Gaur x 5 are back home safely and they enjoyed the trip immensely. I would like to thank each of you for all your efforts and hard work.
Please to help me promote more can you send me a list of countries we can work on together so that I am aware for which all places I can come to you for help and planning ?
REVIEW №8- Stacey
Anna, I had a wonderful time. The guide, Aldinei, was incredible!
My husband and I would love your help planning future trips to Buenos Aires, Peru and the Azores in Portugal.
REVIEW №9- Matt, Adventurebug Worldwide Ltd.
Everything went really well. As always we had to make some adjustments and the local guide and team on the ground were very responsive and took action professionally. I have no complaints about this :)
The clients were very pleased with the tour and all arrangements.
Changing the few meals at the end on Isabela was not an issue and the local team did a good job organizing this for me.

Many thanks again Ana!


Adventurebug Worldwide Ltd.
REVIEW №10- Zhanna Zaitseva
Dear Juliana!

Dear Bianca!

Дорогая Анна!

Our 6 men-tourists have come today from your tour : Iguassu + Amazonia + Rio & Carnaval.

They are glad very much

Thank you for the tour!

Best regards,

Zhanna Zaitseva

"Indian Holiday"
REVIEW №11- Anna Zboranska
The brilliant excursions!
Dear Richele!

I am writing you with gratitude for organizing the brilliant excursions for our group of 16 people!

They came back from Brazil very happy and really satisfied!
So, many-many thanks to you and your wonderful team!
Looking forward to our next cooperation)

Kind Regards,

Anna Zboranska
Exotic Department

REVIEW №12- Evyn
Great tour!
This tour is amazing and shows you a lot of sights in Rio de Janeiro.
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