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Tikal Day Trip with Local Lunch from San Ignacio
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Tikal Day Trip with Local Lunch from San Ignacio
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Round-trip coach transfers make it possible to visit Tikal on a day trip from Belize without booking a hotel room in Guatemala. After an early departure from San Ignacio, you’ll be on your way to the magnificent Tikal National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with fascinating history. A guided tour of Tikal explores the site’s secrets, then you’ll have time to explore the ancient Maya city on your own.
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bucket_list_travellers wrote a review Feb 2020
Sydney, Australia3,541 contributions528 helpful votes
This temple is the one that most people associate with Tikal and is an impressive structure. Note that you can't climb this one, but instead admire its shape and form whilst in the grand plaza.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Deanne D wrote a review Feb 2020
Wellington, New Zealand1,336 contributions509 helpful votes
This temple has been restored on both sides. You can’t climb this one. It is very steep. It is situated in the grand plaza. Makes for a great photo.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Sheryl T wrote a review Dec 2019
Mahwah, New Jersey843 contributions190 helpful votes
It is hard to say which temple is better. To me it doesn't matter whether is is temple 1 or 2 or 4. It is all part of the grand structure of Tikal and you see them all.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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PandaHouston wrote a review Dec 2019
Houston, Texas5,180 contributions902 helpful votes
Temples I and II are in a complex. If you climb on Temple II, you get great views of the complex and you can see Temple I. This area is the highlight of Tikal and you definitely want to spend a little bit of time here exploring the area. Unfortunately our guide only gave us
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Henk W wrote a review Oct 2019
Mill, The Netherlands233 contributions30 helpful votes
Walking through the densely wooded jungle. Not knowing what to expect. Pushing away branches, stepping in the mud. And then,...there she is. A magnificent building. Mysterious, scary.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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