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Discover The Ancient World of Maya with Bella Guatemala

Bella Guatemala Travel Announces Lost Kingdoms of the Mayas Tour.

Guatemala is renowned as the home to some of the most impressive ancient Maya ruins in the world.  This spring, Bella Guatemala Travel is offering travelers the opportunity to hike, climb and explore many of the most impressive of these archaeological treasures in its new, all-inclusive Lost Kingdoms of the Mayas Tour from May 3-14 and June 25-July 8, 2017.

The perfect getaway for history buffs or anyone who is fascinated by this ancient culture, the Lost Kingdom of the Maya tour is an immersive expedition to some of the most important archaeological sites in the New World.  Destinations include world-famous Tikal National Park; Yaxha, with over 500 structures and its unparalleled views of the surrounding lakes; beautifully restored Mixco Viejo with its Aztec and Toltec influences; and distinctive Copán, just across the border in Honduras.

Additionally, the tour includes a visit via helicopter to spectacular and remote El Mirador, where guests will be personally led on a tour of the extensive excavation site by the Director of the Mirador Basin Project, Dr. Richard Hansen.  Known as the “Cradle of Maya Civilization” the site is home to La Danta Pyramid– considered to be one of the largest pyramids in the world.

As true archaeological treasures, the architectural and sculptural monuments seen during this tour are lauded as one of the most spectacular achievements of both the Mayan civilization and mankind itself. All Bella Guatemala Tours are led by archaeology and ecotourism experts and highlights included in the tour include jungle trekking and zip lining in Ixpanapajul, among many other adventures.

While the itinerary is full of once-in-a-lifetime experiences, it maintains a perfect balance between activities and free discovery time. During free time, travelers are encouraged to discover Guatemala’s many other charismatic attractions at their own pace. Popular activities include shopping in artisan markets; visiting archaeological museums and collections and exploring the charming cobblestone streets of Antigua.

Bella Guatemala Travel’s Lost Kingdom of the Mayas tour submerges travelers into Guatemala’s authentic and rich history. Inspiring and uplifting, travelers are sure to stand in awe and appreciation of the incredible Maya culture as they take in the breathtaking views from atop of giant pyramids – an experience many people only dream about.

Bella Guatemala Travel’s Lost Kingdoms of the Mayas tour is $6195 based on double occupancy. The tour includes international flights from the U.S., luxury accommodations, three meals daily, transportation, tours, entrance fees, bilingual tour guides, taxes and gratuities, as an all-inclusive tour.

All Bella Guatemala Travel tours are comprised of small and intimate groups, with no more than 16 guests. All hotels have been carefully inspected and selected because of their connection to Guatemala’s heritage and culture as well as their premium services, safety and luxury standards.

 

About Bella Guatemala Travel
Since 2005, CEO and Travel Consultant Elsie YiDonoy, who is Guatemalan-born and based in Los Angeles, California, has been sharing her passion for her country’s culture, heritage, and people with travelers from around the world through Bella Guatemala Travel.  With the goal of providing an extraordinary travel experience that caters to every detail of a traveler’s vacation, Bella Guatemala’s ability to provide premium services and fine amenities is a result of strong partnerships with local hotels and businesses.

A truly exclusive travel experience with a sustainable approach, every detail in the adventure to discover the Land of the Mayas has been thoughtfully and carefully organized, ensuring safety and comfort as well as access to unique opportunities that make for lifelong memories.

For more information, visit www.bellaguatemalatravel.com.

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