Tikal Ruins - Guatemala

“CITY OF ECHOES”

Tikal or “City of echoes” is situated in one of Guatemala’s largest protected areas in the Peten region, and is a UNESCO world heritage site. This magnificent Archaeological Site in the Maya lowlands was the capital of a conquest state, which dominated much of the Maya kingdom politically, economically and military during the Classic Period. Tikal dates back to 1,000 BC and is comprised of over 3,000 structures-some of which rise over 150 feet high. At its apogee, Tikal’s population was estimated to be as large as 90,000.

Start off your day with a 15 minutes’ drive to the Western border, followed by a 2 hours drive towards this amazing Site. Agoutis, coatimundis, spider monkeys, howler monkeys, grey foxes, ocellated turkeys, exotic birds, and plants are just a few of the wildlife that roams around the 222 sq. miles of protected park.

Tikal offers guests the opportunity to experience a natural setting of unspoiled beauty while being educated about the complex ancient civilization

Tour Details

FULL DAY TOUR
PASSPORT NEEDED
DEPARTURE FEE
NOT INCLUDED
MODERATE OPTION
OF CLIMBING
COMFORTABLE
FOOTWEAR
SUNSCREEN
INSECT REPELLENT
WATER

Tikal Full Day Tour $145 / per person

Price includes 12.5% GST
Price Excludes Border Crossing Fees