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Tikal Day Trip from San Ignacio

Highlights
  • Day trip to Tikal from San Ignacio
  • Visit Tikal National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Tour the ruins of Tikal with a professional and informative guide
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Tikal Day Trip from San Ignacio
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Tikal Day Trip from San Ignacio
US$150.00
Overview
Visit the incredible ancient city of Tikal on this 9.5-hour tour from San Ignacio. Once a powerful city center during the Mayan period, today Tikal is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that draws scores of visitors each year. Your professional guide takes you across the border into Tikal National Park in Guatemala, and leads you on a fascinating tour of the archaeological complex. Round-trip transport from your San Ignacio hotel and all park fees are included.
What to Expect
Visit one of the largest and most important Mayan sites in all of Central America. Your professional guide will pick you up at your San Ignacio hotel before 7:30 a.m. for the roughly 1.5-hour drive to Tikal National Park. You will be assisted in all border crossing procedures to enter Guatemala safely. Be sure to bring your passport.

Once inside the park, let your imagination run free as you explore highlights among more than 3,000 structures that archaeologists have excavated so far. Learn about daily life and religious practices of the ancient Mayans while wandering through the maze of the Central Acropolis, and envision the excitement of an elite sporting match in the ball courts.

Tikal boasts an array of magnificent ceremonial temples. Climb the steep staircase of the 144-foot (44-meter) Temple of the Grand Jaguar, built to honor a Mayan king. A set of twin pyramids with altars will greet you at complexes Q and R. Marvel at the Temple of the Masks, which was once adorned with intricate ceremonial mask carvings. Perhaps most impressive is the oft-photographed Temple IV, also known as the Double Head Serpent.

After a refreshing lunch break inside the park, satisfy your inner archaeologist during free time when you can explore the ruins independently. Your guide will then take you back to Belize and drop you off at your San Ignacio hotel at around 5 p.m.
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
Good spot for 3 generations to see and enjoy the ruins

We went from San Ignacio and the San ignacio resort organized our whole trip. Tikal is just amazing and the view on top of the 200 step big temple is spectacular. The stairs are not feasible for seniors who have leg, back or heart issues....More

Thank art-scuba
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Tikal

We started off from San Ignacio and were transferred into Guatemala. From there we drove in and met our tour guide Elmer. He is very knowledgeable and we were amazed and interested in everything he had to share. Tikal is a beautiful place to visit....More

Thank Maria A
Reviewed 1 week ago
Terrific day trip!

We knew it would be a long day of travel, but the trip to Tikal was well-worth the time. We were well cared-for, and our guide, Reggie, was very knowledgeable, accommodating and just generally terrific. Our 10-year-old got a little tired at the ruins, but...More

Thank Lisa D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Tikal Day Trip from San Ignacio

A main point of our trip to Belize was to see Tikal. Our San Ignacio hotel arranged a long day trip for us. The hotel drove us 15 minutes to the Guatemala border where we were transferred to our Guatemalan tour guide. Our youngest is...More

1  Thank chicagomom67
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile
Great staff!!

We enjoyed our tour of Tikal starting with the driver that picked us up from our hotel, Marlon. He was knowledgeable and helpful on the drive up and especially while getting us through to Guatemala. He explained the process clearly and made sure we made...More

Thank Sara E
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amandagrace07
27 May 2018|
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Response from godzillah | Reviewed this property |
No. The ruins are not fully discovered in many of the Belize sites and so this is not a site for this type of activity in case they damage some digs in process
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