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In its day, filled with temples, government offices, hotels, residences, man made lakes, swimming pools. They had good waste disposal centuries before Europe. Wish it was possible to time travel back to see it in his full glory.
Arrived early with a small group and guide who was able to explain the significance of the ruins. Not sure how easy it is getting here without an organised tour due to the sheer scale of the national park, which encompasses 575 square kilometres of...More
We took a guided tour from the Belize border and this ended up being the highlight of our week-long vacation. Our guide was amazing with the history of the place but Tikal almost doesn't require narration. Years ago in Chichen Itza we were able to...More
We opted for the sunrise tour and, OMGodzilla, it was wonderful. The ruins viewed from the apex of one as the sun rose over the jungle is a sight that will always be a highlight. Add the coati's and other wildlife, especially the birds, and...More
Described as one of the largest cities of the Mayan Empire, Tikal is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site in northern Guatemala. Many travelers base themselves in the nearby city of Flores and book a day tour through their hotel or hostel. A ticket to...More
What a fabulous tour of these amazing ruins, situated in a vast and incredible site, full of outstanding natural beauty and wildlife - we saw spider monkeys, coati, iguanas and toucans. We spent about 3 hours here and could have easily have spent more. An...More
Tikal seems to have the biggest and best Mayan ruins, Copan was not so impressive after being in Tikal.
It's worth to go there early, as it gets hot and more crowded later on the day.
We went there for the sunrise trip before gates...More
We just returned from Tikal in Guatemala. on a sunrise tour. We had an outstanding private guide his name is Pablo Najarro Polanco, his email is firstname.lastname@example.org, and his phone number is (502) 5865-9692.
He is a self-taught birder but was amazingly knowledgeable and was able...More
It is impossible to separate the experience of the ruins themselves from their setting. It is a huge area with estimated population seeming to rise all the time. The fact that some of the buildings are fully excavated and others still partially or wholly taken...More
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we were in a group. One of the members had also a physical problem. There are small vehicules that bring you to the main square. It is true that you can climb several temples to get a great view over the treetops. but you... More
we were in a group. One of the members had also a physical problem. There are small vehicules that bring you to the main square. It is true that you can climb several temples to get a great view over the treetops. but you don't have to climb them all. All the walkways are in the shadow of the big trees (jungle) but they are easy to walk on. Form the main square you can ask to be taken back if the effort was to big. Just take enough water with you. There are not many places where you can buy it on the site. Good luck, easy does it !!!