- A private helicopter flight to remote El Mirador, one of the world’s most significant archaeological sites currently under excavation
- Private, personalized behind-the-scenes explorations of the awe-inspiring excavations led by archaeologist Richard Hansen, director of the Mirador Basin Project
- The archaeological highlights of Guatemala’s Petén region, including UNESCO World Heritage site Tikal, where Maya culture, history, and traditions flourished
- Two nights in the rainforest in spacious canvas tents and four nights at the elegant Hotel Camino Real Tikal, a tropical four-star retreat in the heart of the Petén jungle.
- A private boat journey along the Petexbatun River to the ruins of Aguateca, a powerful Maya city dating back to 300 B.C.
- An optional post-trip extension is offered to Antigua and the Guatemalan Highlands, including a visit to majestic Lake Atitlán and the colorful Chichicastenango Market.
Hotel Camino Real Tikal, Guatemala City (one night); Hotel Camino Real Tikal, Flores (four nights); El Mirador Camp (two nights)
February 13 — February 20, 2011
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Additional Pricing Information
$5,990 per person, double occupancy (reduced from published fare of $6,990)
$6,540 single occupancy (reduced from published fare of $7,890).
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