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Cancun to Mexico City (via Belize & Guatemala) Travel Pass

Cancun to Mexico City (via Belize & Guatemala) Travel Pass

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Explore Mexico, Belize and Guatemala as you make your way from Cancun to Mexico City. Discover ancient ruins, local life and natural beauty on your travels.

Highlights

  • Experience Chichen Itza and the pyramids of Teotihuacan
  • Sail through the impressive Sumidero Canyon
  • Trek the Pacaya Volcano for stunning views
  • Stay the night with a local Maya family
Itinerary

Cancun to Mexico City (via Belize & Guatemala) Travel Pass

Day 1: Cancun, Mexico

Learn about the ancient ways of life in this well-preserved Mayan citadel with an English speaking guide. Ponder the disappearance of this archaeological site former inhabitants while you walk around these pre-Hispanic ruins. Recently added to the list of the 7 World Wonders, this is a site you do not want to miss!

Upon arrival to Chichen Itza, a specialised guide will give you a detailed tour of the site, enjoying the quiet of the morning visit before the crowds. Throughout the tour, your guide will provide archaeological essential background to better understand the history of Chichen Itza.
Discover how this large pre-Columbian city played an important role in the Mayan civilization around 600 AD to 1200, and remained a center of worship and pilgrimage until the arrival of the Spaniards. Even today, it is still considered sacred by the Maya people of Yucatan Peninsula site. Like many of the cities of ancient Mexico, the site was abandoned, and its ruins were hidden by jungle. Hear how the site was discovered and excavated by archaeologists, earning the protection of UNESCO and today considered one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. They will explain the philosophy, cosmology and mythology behind this ancient place, such as the meaning of the stone carvings, pyramids, platforms, ball games. Visit the Temple of the Jaguars, the Temple of the Warriors and of course the famous pyramid, also known as the Temple of Kukulkan. Hear how a serpent of light seems going up the stairs of this temple in the spring and fall equinoxes (around March 21st; September 21st). Enjoy a lunch box on your way back to Cancun.

Day 2: Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Transfer from Cancun to Playa del Carmen
Please make your own way to the bus station to catch your bus to Playa del Carmen.

Day 3: Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Enjoy a free day to experience on your own

Day 4: Tulum, Mexico

Transfer from Playa del Carmen to Tulum
Please make your own way to the bus station to catch your bus to Tulum.

Day 5: Tulum, Mexico

Ride your bicycle to go from one cenote to another in a beautiful and quiet town called Chemuyil. Visit three unique cenotes, all different from each other and get the chance to take a dip in the fresh waters and do some snorkel.

Embark on an exciting adventure in the jungle in which we will ride the bicycles to go from one cenote to another! We will meet in Chemuyil, a beautiful town with incredible tranquility, and visit three exclusive cenotes of the local community. Each cenote is unique and special: one of them is a cave-type cenote, another is an open cenote like a natural pool, and the third one is an incredible cenote for underwater photos. From the meeting point to the first cenote is only 5 minutes and from the first cenote to the second is 5 minutes, so all the cenotes are very close to each other!
NOTE: Please note outdoor activities carry risks, and you may be exposed to dangerous situations as part of this experience. Make sure you can participate safely given your abilities and the conditions (such as location, weather, and equipment).

Day 6: Bacalar, Mexico

Transfer from Tulum to Bacalar
Please make your own way to the bus station to catch your bus to Bacalar.

Day 7: Chetumal, Mexico

Transfer from Bacalar to Chetumal
Please make your own way to the bus station to catch your bus to Chetumal.

Day 8: Caye Caulker, Belize

Transfer from Chetumal to Caye Caulker
Please make your own way to the ferry terminal to catch your overwater transfer to Caye Caulker.

Day 9: Caye Caulker, Belize

Enjoy snorkeling through mazes of pristine coral reef and get the unique opportunity to swim with nurse sharks and stingrays.

Discover the unparalleled natural beauty of Belize's marine life with a snorkeling experience that you will never forget. On this half-day tour in Caye Caulker Marine Reserve, you will get the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to snorkel along the reef in complete serenity. Navigate through mazes of pristine coral reef among schools of tropical fish, and even get the chance to swim with nurse sharks and stingrays. See all this and more at three different snorkeling stops along the magnificent local reef of Caye Caulker.

Day 10: Belize City, Belize

Transfer from Caye Caulker to Belize City
Please make your own way to the ferry terminal to catch your overwater transfer to Belize City.

Day 11: Belize City, Belize

Enjoy a free day to experience on your own

Day 12: Flores, Guatemala

Transfer from San Ignacio to Flores
Please make your own way to the meeting point to catch your transfer to Flores.

Day 13: Flores, Guatemala

Experience the jungle as it comes alive in the early hours of the morning. Learn about this former Maya citadel, once the largest and most powerful civilization in Meso-America, by exploring this archaeological site and taking advantage of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to marvel at the majestic pyramids hidden away in the jungle.

Depart Flores at 4:30 am this morning for your early morning experience to Tikal archaeological site. Walk among giant pyramids towering over 200 feet at dawn to feel the magical vibration of Tikal and its historic splendor. Listen to the jungle sounds of exotic birds, monkeys and small mammals and feel the humid jungle air on your skin as the Maya inhabitants of this site felt it 2000 years ago. Immerse yourself in the jungle at dawn for an early morning tour through the archaeological site to experience the jungle come alive as it wakes up at sunrise, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get in touch with nature and marvel at the majestic pyramids hidden away in the jungle.
This magical ancient city is teeming with native flora and fauna. If you are lucky you may be able to spot a jaguar walking leisurely through the park, although large numbers of visitors have caused the wildlife to move further into the jungle away from the noise. Howler monkeys here are famous for their loud growling sounds which may surprise you from a tree top overhead. Keep an eye out for colorful birds throughout the park such as toucan, parrots, eagles and quetzals.
Tucked away in the vast Peten Region that covers 222 square miles of lush jungle in the northwest corner of Guatemala lie the ruins of the most magnificent archaeological site and important Maya citadel in Mesoamerica. Tikal National Park, declared as a UN World Heritage Site in 1979, is the largest excavated archaeological site on the American continents and is one of the most important natural reserves of Central America.
It is known that Tikal, meaning "Place of Voices" in Maya, was one of the most powerful cities of their era covering more than 16 square kilometers and dominating other tribes in the surrounding region as well as interacting with neighboring cultures as far as Teotihuacan in the Valle de Mexico. The site was estimated to house between 10,000 - 90,000 inhabitants before being abruptly abandoned over 1000 years ago.
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It is necessary to purchase your entrance fee at any Banrural bank in Flores the day before the tour. The ticket booths will not be open at the time you arrive to take part in the sunrise tour.

Day 14: Rio Dulce, Guatemala

Transfer from Flores to Rio Dulce
You will be picked up at your accommodation/meeting point for your shuttle transfer to Rio Dulce, where you'll be dropped off at your next accommodation/meeting point.

Day 15: Lanquin, Guatemala

Transfer from Rio Dulce to Lanquin
You will be picked up at your accommodation/meeting point for your shuttle transfer to Lanquin, where you'll be dropped off at your next accommodation/meeting point.

Day 16: Lanquin, Guatemala

Hike through the mysterious caves of Kamba, which are filled with extraordinary limestone formations. Enjoy free time to swim in the crystalline waters of Semuc Champey, where you will find natural pools filled with fresh mountain spring water above a 300-meter long limestone bridge immersed in a pristine lush jungle setting.

Take a hike through the mysterious caves of Kanba (activity at your own risk) which are filled with extraordinary limestone formations distributed among an endless stretch of different chambers (so far, the end of the cave system has not yet been discovered) housing a sharp pointed rock altar where ancient Maya once performed sacred rituals. The Maya people of Guatemala continue holding spiritual ceremonies here and believe that the cave is the "heart of heaven" where the secrets of many centuries are held.
Enjoy some free time to swim and go river tubing in the crystalline waters of Semuc Champey where there are natural pools filled with fresh mountain spring water above a 300-meter long limestone bridge. Flowing underneath the bridge is the Cahabon River where you will have time to swim in the cool waters in a beautiful natural surrounding immersed in native flora and fauna. At the end of the bridge you will visit waterfalls over 40-feet in height where the water from the pools rejoins the Cahabon River. The color of the water is constantly changing depending on factors such as the season, sun and rainfall, a characteristic of the national park that makes this place an idyllic and awe-inspiring setting to experience and take photographs.

Day 17: Antigua, Guatemala

Transfer from Lanquin to Antigua
You will be picked up at your accommodation/meeting point for your shuttle transfer to Antigua, where you'll be dropped off at your next accommodation/meeting point.

Day 18: Antigua, Guatemala

Brag to your friends about trekking an active volcano after hiking up the steep slopes of the Pacaya Volcano to reach a moon-like landscape of dried lava with panoramic views of nearby volcanoes above the clouds.

Get up close and personal with an active volcano and brag to your friends about it. Hike up the Pacaya Volcano slope fo two hours and then trek onto dry lava that resembles a moon-like landscape. Look up to catch an eruption from the active volcano if you're lucky (depending on the activity of the volcano you may or may not see eruptions or lava). Take unforgettable photos in a landscape so surreal that you feel like you are walking on the moon. Admire the breathtaking landscape and views of neighbouring volcanoes peeking through the clouds around you. Take your time returning to the base of the mountain as you make your way down the slippery, muddy slopes. (Note: Horses can be rented for the trip up and back.)
We recommend wearing comfortable trekking shoes and bringing a flash light and a walking stick (or rent one for a few dollars from local kids before you start your hike). It gets dark and steep on the mountain if you are going up in the afternoon. If you are travelling during rainy season bring a raincoat or poncho... you will definitely need it! Bring bottled water for the trek and some extra cash to buy snacks afterwards or pack a few power bars in your day pack to take with you.

Day 19: Panajachel, Guatemala

Transfer from Antigua to Panajachel
You will be picked up at your accommodation/meeting point for your shuttle transfer to Panajachel, where you'll be dropped off at your next accommodation/meeting point.

Day 20: San Jorge La Laguna, Guatemala

Upon arrival at Avenida Santander Zona 2 (next to Hotel Dos Mundos), you will be given instructions on how to take a public bus from Panajachel to reach the village where your host family lives, San Jorge La Laguna. Enjoy a genuine insight into the lives of locals with a fascinating homestay.

Home Stay in San Jorge La Laguna (D)
Upon arrival at Avenida Santander Zona 2 (next to Hotel Dos Mundos), you will be given instructions on how to take a public bus from Panajachel to reach the village where your host family lives, San Jorge La Laguna.
The home stay will give you a genuine insight into the everyday lives of a local family during your trip by staying one or more more nights with a family from the Kakchiquel Indigenous group in San Jorge La Laguna. Maya Experience Home Stays has started this home stay program in the village to give something back to the communities around Lake Atitlan, and also to give you a very genuine experience of living with a Maya local family to experience their culture and customs. This experience is very new to the village and families who welcome foreigners into their homes. As a responsible traveler, we as guests must be aware of and sensitive to the culture by behaving respectfully during our time with the family and in the village.
Although shy at first, the villagers are very friendly and welcoming people. Make sure you ask permission to take photos of the people in the village since the Mayan community commonly believes a photograph will steal their soul. You will most likely find the housing situation in San Jorge La Laguna rather basic but the reason for partcipating in this home stay is to enjoy a real insight into Guatemala, so you can experience the culture firsthand and interact with the local community on a personal basis. We hope that you enjoy this very unique experience.
A small gift for the family would be a nice gesture of appreciation for the family welcoming you into their home.  Cooking or kitchen materials such as pasta, rice, sugar, fruit, vegetables or kitchen utensils are very much appreciated ($3 USD per person approx). Other materials from your home country or children's books (coloring, basic English, workbooks, almanacs) would be a great addition to the family library.

Day 21: Panajachel, Guatemala

Today, you will hop in a boat for a tour of Lake Atitlan and a visit to its colorful indigenous villages. You will be dropped off back in Panajachel when the tour is finished.

Boat Tour of Lake Atitlan with visits to indigenous villages. Return to Panajachel (B)
You will have all the instructions on how to go from the Homestay to the meeting point. Then, you will hop in a boat for a tour of Lake Atitlan and a visit to its colorful indigenous villages.
The word "atitlan" is translated from Maya as "the place where the rainbow gets its colors" and accordingly you will understand why so many people have been drawn to this magical lake for hundreds of years. Panajachel alone is an 800 year old town home to mostly Cachikel Maya and an increasing number foreigners from every corner of the globe, all coming together to soak up a piece of that serenity and originality that this place provides.
You'll visit the following villages:
San Pedro La Laguna, much like Panajachel has a large population of bohemian tourists and ex-pats, however the indigenous people of the town still preserve their original ways of life and wear traditional dress, remain very conservative and practice the same style of subsistence agriculture that their ancestors practiced years ago. Just outside of town coffee crops are cultivated on the mountain side and hard working farmers hike up and back on a daily basis to tend to their crops.  Walk uphill towards the town center (away from the docks) and you will see a whole different side to this popular lakeside village.

Santiago Atitlan is the largest of the communities around the lake with a population of over 32,000, 95% of which are indigenous Tz'utujils. Traditionally, it is fishing and farming town; it is also known for the manufacture of cayucos, wooden canoes. Directly from the dock, the main street leads visitors up to the main square where there is a vibrant and very lively indoor/outdoor marketplace where street hawkers target "gringos" as they wander by looking for good deals on original locally made souvenirs. Santiago is also home to a very interesting Maya/Catholic sacred statue called Maximon (also known as San Simon by the Spanish and Rilaj Maam by the Maya). All Guatemalan people worship this deity and go to him to ask for blessings or give offerings.  During "Semana Santa" (Holy Week) in March/April, the statue is paraded around town and celebrations are held to worship this Guatemalan god. If you can, catch a glimpse of this interesting and very unique local custom.

San Antonio Palopo is one of the most interesting villages around lake Atitlan and the best place to really get an idea for how these traditional indigenous towns used to feel. Walking through the village one can see people wearing intricately designed "huipiles" (woven tunics) and women weaving fabric made of wool and cotton. Take in the views of this tranquil town and imagine what the villagers' peaceful life is like living in adobe houses with tin roofs, farming and selling souvenirs to make a living. This is one of the best places to purchase a "huipil" traditional hand-woven tunic knowing that the profits are going straight to the villagers.
You will be dropped off back in Panajachel when the tour is finished.

Day 22: San Cristobal de las Casas, Mexico

Transfer from Panajachel to San Cristobal de las Casas
You will be picked up at your accommodation/meeting point for your shuttle transfer to San Cristobal, where you'll be dropped off at your next accommodation/meeting point.

Day 23: San Cristobal de las Casas, Mexico

Enjoy a free day to experience on your own

Day 24: Pochutla (Mazunte), Mexico

Transfer from San Cristobal de las Casas to Pochutla (Mazunte)
Please make your own way to the bus station to catch your bus to Pochutla (Mazunte).

Day 25: Puerto Escondido, Mexico

Transfer from Pochutla (Mazunte) to Puerto Escondido
Please make your own way to the bus station to catch your bus to Puerto Escondido.

Day 26: Puerto Escondido, Mexico

Wanna learn how to catch some waves? Take a 2-hour lesson and try your luck at standing up and surfing the perfect wave. Puerto Escondido, world famous for its imposing Mexican Pipeline, is the best place to learn as its coastline offers surf breaks for beginners and professionals alike.

Test your surfing abilities in Mexico's number one surf spot!
Take a 2-hour lesson based on your experience level, our fully bilingual instructors will take you to specific beaches scattered around Puerto Escondido. If you are a begginer they might take you to La Punta located on the south-end of Zicatela, and if you are experienced and love challenges they could take you to the striking Mexican Pipeline.
Our surf instructors work with a maximum of 2 students per instructor, so that students can receive all the attention they need in order to have a quick progress, a personalised class and a safe instruction. We have experience in teaching all ages and levels. We guarantee that you will have a great and unforgettable surfing experience.
Puerto Escondido is characterized for its easy-going surfer vibe, so don't be afraid to share some pointers and tips while you sip some beers with fellow surfers after your lesson!

Day 27: Puerto Escondido, Mexico

Transfer from Puerto Escondido to Oaxaca
Please make your own way to the bus station to catch your bus to Oaxaca.

Day 28: Oaxaca, Mexico

Enjoy a free day to experience on your own

Day 29: Mexico City, Mexico

Transfer from Oaxaca to Mexico City
Please make your own way to the bus station to catch your bus to Mexico City.

Day 30: Mexico City, Mexico

Experience Teotihuacan like you have never done before! Experience the local culture surrounding the amazing pyramids, go on top of the pyramids when most people are not there, and have dinner with a local Teotihuacan family!

Ancient pyramids, town, local businesses, and a welcoming dinner??sounds like a recipe for an amazing day outside Mexico City!
Head out of Mexico City by public transit (depending on the size of the group), experiencing how locals move about this crowded city. Hop off at the archaeological area of the Teotihuacan pyramids, where you'll learn about the people who once lived here and all the mysteries that still surround this site. As you tour the grounds, you'll see the Moon Pyramid, the Calzada de los Muertos (Dead Pass), and the Sun Pyramid, which is the tallest and most spectacular in the area, it's 63 metres to the top! (and yes, we're going up).
After exploring the pyramids, we'll continue the afternoon walking through the streets of a nearby town. Our first stop will take us into a family-run business where you will learn about ??obsidian', the material that the Teotihuacan people use as the main element to make their tools, idols, and decorations. As well, you'll get to sip an ancient sacred drink called ??pulque,' which is extracted from the heart of the maguey (another kind of cactus) considered by some to be the great-grandfather of tequila.
Next up on this Mexico tour, pay a visit to the cactus product factory, where you'll find jams, candies, spicy lollies, alcoholic creams, and more products made by the local people from the endemic vegetation such as nopal, xoconostle, and a cactus fruit called tuna. Not only will you be able to see all the cactus varieties at this family-run factory, but you'll also get to try some samples and, if you like them, you can pick up some of these exotic products as a souvenir.
To finish our journey, we'll visit a local family for dinner. Their business is catering, so you'll be in good hands to try some traditional dishes. Their menu is always changing based on whatever they've cooked for the day, but there's always delicious options for every palate. You'll be welcomed into their home and experience traditional dinner customs. Plus, you'll be able to practise all those Spanish words you've learned along your trip as you enjoy some real local flavours of typical Mexican kitchens. Delicious! After dinner, we'll head back to Mexico City, happy, full, and relaxed.

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Activities

Chichen Itza Day Trip (roundtrip from Cancun)
  • Learn about the ancient ways of life in this well-preserved Mayan citadel with an English speaking guide. Ponder the disappearance of this archaeological site former inhabitants while you walk around these pre-Hispanic ruins. Recently added to the list of the 7 World Wonders, this is a site you do not want to miss!
Local Community & Cenotes by Bike
  • Ride your bicycle to go from one cenote to another in a beautiful and quiet town called Chemuyil. Visit three unique cenotes, all different from each other and get the chance to take a dip in the fresh waters and do some snorkel.
Snorkel with Sharks & Rays
  • Enjoy snorkeling through mazes of pristine coral reef and get the unique opportunity to swim with nurse sharks and stingrays.
Tikal Early Morning Day Tour
  • Experience the jungle as it comes alive in the early hours of the morning. Learn about this former Maya citadel, once the largest and most powerful civilization in Meso-America, by exploring this archaeological site and taking advantage of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to marvel at the majestic pyramids hidden away in the jungle.
Semuc Champey & Kanba Caves Tour
  • Hike through the mysterious caves of Kamba, which are filled with extraordinary limestone formations. Enjoy free time to swim in the crystalline waters of Semuc Champey, where you will find natural pools filled with fresh mountain spring water above a 300-meter long limestone bridge immersed in a pristine lush jungle setting.
Pacaya Volcano Trek
  • Brag to your friends about trekking an active volcano after hiking up the steep slopes of the Pacaya Volcano to reach a moon-like landscape of dried lava with panoramic views of nearby volcanoes above the clouds.
Maya Homestay Experience 2D/1N with Maya Communities Lake Tour
  • This home stay will give you a genuine insight into the everyday lives of a local Guatemalan family from the Kakchiquel Indigenous group in San Jorge La Laguna, near Lake Atitlan. Learn about their unique traditions and customs as you join your host family for dinner and let them show you around town. The next day, enjoy a fascinating boat tour of the lake's indigenous villages.
Puerto Escondido Learn to Surf Experience (2 Hours)
  • Wanna learn how to catch some waves? Take a 2-hour lesson and try your luck at standing up and surfing the perfect wave. Puerto Escondido, world famous for its imposing Mexican Pipeline, is the best place to learn as its coastline offers surf breaks for beginners and professionals alike.
Hidden Teotihuacan & Dinner
  • Experience Teotihuacan like you have never done before! Experience the local culture surrounding the amazing pyramids, go on top of the pyramids when most people are not there, and have dinner with a local Teotihuacan family!

Accommodation

1 night(s) accommodation included

Local transport

  • Cancun to Playa del Carmen
  • Playa del Carmen to Tulum
  • Tulum to Bacalar
  • Bacalar to Chetumal
  • Chetumal to Caye Caulker via San Pedro
  • Caye Caulker to Belize City
  • San Ignacio to Flores
  • Flores to Rio Dulce
  • Rio Dulce to Lanquin
  • Lanquin to Antigua
  • Antigua to Panajachel
  • Panajachel to San Cristobal
  • San Cristobal de las Casas to Pochutla (Mazunte)
  • Pochutla (Mazunte) to Puerto Escondido
  • Puerto Escondido to Oaxaca
  • Oaxaca to Mexico City

Meals

  • 1 Breakfast(s)
  • 1 Lunch(es)
  • 2 Dinner(s)

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