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Why the Mayan territory & travel trips

Why the Mayan territory & travel trips

Why the Mayan territory? & travel trips:

It has to be definitely on your bucket list, and you should absolutely come around here.

Are you feeling curious already?

Because it’s one of the most powerful places of transformation on planet earth! 

These lands remain as one of the most exciting hidden jewels of humanity, so get ready to discover its secret messages and learn its great life lessons with us.

The Mayan lands (or Mesoamerica) and our home base, are the territory that ranges from the South of Mexico until the North of Costa Rica and is the cultural space that occupied the greatest ancestral civilization in America’s entire continent and one of the mother civilizations on planet earth. The Mayans´ 

Few places offer the world of choices that you can experience in such a small geographical space. 

From the mighty jungles of Guatemala and its Mayan sacred sites of Tikal, Quirigua, and El Mirador, to Copan (Honduras), Caracol and Xunantunich (Belize), and Joya de Ceren (El Salvador) which have been carefully designed by enlightenment seekers a long time before us to foster divine consciousness. 

The powerful energy of its several volcanoes, like Acatenanago, Fuego, and Pacaya (Guatemala), the Poas, Irazu, and Arenal (Costa Rica), and Izalco (El Salvador), just to name a few. 

Biodiversity, wild, and lush nature of Costa Rica and Belize (both considered as world nature sanctuaries), plus its crystal clear beaches at Manuel Antonio, Isla Tortuga, Punta Leona, and Samara (Costa Rica), and Caye Caulker, Ambergris, Placencia and Hopkins (Belize). 

Breathtaking views and indigenous Mayan culture alive of Atitlan Lake (Guatemala), Coatepeque Lake (El Salvador), and the Cocibolca or Great Lake of Nicaragua. (Nicaragua).

The beauty of the colonial cities of Antigua (Guatemala), Suchitoto (El Salvador), Leon (Nicaragua) and cobblestone streets in Copan (Honduras) & Managua (Nicaragua).

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A Mayan indigenous female elder.

After visiting us, you will not return home being the same.

Perfect weather – wild & lush nature – high energy vibe – breathtaking landscapes – special location – convenience – exotic destination – lovely people – price – high quality – exquisite food – sacred & powerful sites – ancient wisdom & culture – idigenous – traditions & towns – and much much more .

Travel Trips (What you need to know):

As a Central American business, we constantly monitor travel and tourism safety, and we aim to provide current and unbiased information on security.

We feel confident that traveling to and within our different destinations is always a great option.

There is never a total guarantee of complete safety when traveling anywhere in the world. But by working with a trusted and professional DMC (like us), you minimize the risk by relying on experts to keep you in the right places.

We do not operate in environments where we perceive elevated risk. We are committed to monitoring local situations throughout the  Governments. In the unfortunate event of an incident, we have well-developed contingency and risk management plans in place.

For those looking to travel around here, we advise only to work with experienced and reputable travel professionals. Those who have close relationships in the specific destinations you want to visit to ensure the best travel experience possible.

Those who honor us with the chance to serve them enjoy an unforgettable, safe travel experience.

Please note:

The countries’ conditions can change at any time, and we are updating your travel safety information following the most recent U.S. Department of State Travel Warnings.

According to the Central America Travel Advisory Level from the U.S. State Department, the countries vary at Level 2 and other ones at 3 Travel Advisory, which means that travelers should exercise increased caution. Other countries at Level 2 include Italy, the United Kingdom, Spain, Germany, and France.

Finally, please don’t believe everything you see, hear or read out there (especially from the mass media and fake news). Allow yourself to visit us; you will not regret it. Besides that, you will always be in the best hands with us, hanging around with the local living legends, and you are going to end up asking yourself when I’m coming back?

As in all tourist destinations, you should be vigilant of pickpocketing and theft (particularly in major cities and crowded areas).

While most tourists experience no problems when traveling with us, incidents do occur. Reduce the risk by following these simple tips:

-Trust your instincts.

-Avoid displaying expensive items in public.

-Avoid deserted areas.

-Limit the amount of cash you carry.

-Keep an eye on your luggage at all times.

-Use ATMs in more secure locations.

-Use private transportation (with us, that comes as standard).

For U.S. citizens: www.travel.state.gov

For Canadian citizens: www.travel.gc.ca

For U.K. citizens: www.gov.uk

For German citizens: www.auswaertiges-amt.de

For Australian citizens: www.smartraveller.gov.au

Central America has exceptionally diverse landscapes and climates, which is part of the attraction for many tourists. However, natural disasters do occur on an irregular basis and while most travelers avoid any form of disaster, it is wise to acquaint yourself with the issues.

Central American countries are highly accessible to travelers, especially those from North America (the USA, Canada & Mexico), where flights are relatively cheap and quick. Most nonstop flights from the U.S. come from Miami, Los Angeles, Atlanta, New York (Newark), Chicago, Houston, Dallas (Fort Worth), Fort Lauderdale, and Charlotte. 

The only European city with nonstop flights is Madrid, but you can really find very good deals leaving from various countries, such as Germany, France, the Netherlands, England, etc.

Important connecting points for South American flights are Panama City and San Salvador.

From EUROPE: You must regularly monitor direct flights from Madrid or connecting flights from London, Berlin, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Brussels, Paris to the USA or Mexico.

Also, keep watching for last minute specials, 1 or 2 weeks before the flight and use www.iberia.com for direct flights from Madrid or other search engines for cheap tickets like www.kiwi.comwww.momondo.comwww.skyscanner.com, or www.kayak.com

From ASIA: You must regularly monitor connecting flights from Pekin, Singapore, Tokyo, Bangkok & Hong Kong to the USA or Mexico.

Also, keep watching for last minute specials, 1 or 2 weeks before the flight and use search engines for cheap tickets like www.kiwi.com, www.momondo.com, www.skyscanner.com or www.kayak.com

From MEXICO: Today coming from Mexico to around here is not expensive, so check the daily flights departing from México D.F, Guadalajara & Cancún.

Use www.volaris.com, www.interjet.com, www.aeromexico.com, or other search engines for cheap tickets like www.kiwi.com, www.momondo.com, www.skyscanner.com or www.kayak.com

From SOUTH AMERICA: You must frequently check connecting flights to Panama and fly with www.copaair.com or www.avianca.com

You might also be aware of the different specials, last-minute sales 1 or 2 weeks before the flight. Use www.kiwi.com, www.skyscanner.com, or other search engines for cheap tickets like www.kiwi.com, www.momondo.com or www.kayak.com

All the time. Central American countries are known worldwide as the countries of the “Eternal Spring,” and our climate is generally warm. It all depends on which part of the area you are visiting. Our “sporadic rains” season is from May to August, where the region becomes a little vulnerable to landslides and floods. However, all the months of the year are excellent to come.

-High season: From November 01st. To April 04TH. From July 01st. To August 20th. From November 01st. To December 31st.

-Low Season: From April 05th to June 30th and from August 21st to October 31st.

-Important Documents and Visa Requirements:

Before coming, check your passport’s validity (valid for at least 06 months before expiration), and if you need or not to have a Visa (most of the countries don’t need to have a visa to visit us).

Before coming, check your passport’s validity (valid for at least 06 months before expiration), and if you need or not to have a Visa (most of the countries don’t need to have a visa to visit us).

All currencies in Central America are different, and only the country of El Salvador has the US dollar as its national currency. The USD $ dollars are accepted in most tourist places, like almost all international credit cards such as American Express, Visa, MasterCard, and Diners Club. The Euros are accepted just in a few places.

The time difference, according to the Greenwich Meridian, is 6 hours less.

09:00 – 17:00 Monday to Friday.

09:00 – 12:00 Saturday and Sunday closed.

ATM: 24 hours a day.

Offices: 08:00 – 17:00 Monday to Friday. 08 – 12:00 Saturdays and Sundays (optional).

Shops: 09:00 – 20:00 all week.

Restaurants: 07:00 – 21:00 all week.

Our diet’s fundamental basis from pre-Hispanic times until today is marked by the sacred corn, beans, and squash. Being able to find in the country all kinds of foods in the world. We recommend that you always eat at our suggested places and drink bottled pure water and never directly from the tap.

During the summer (October to April): Bring light and fresh cotton clothes for the morning and bring sweaters or coats for the evening. During the winter: (from May to August): Bring woolen garments and be prepared for any eventuality of rain. According to its climate type, our country is very variable depending on the place, date, elevation, vegetation, etc. So be aware of the weather conditions before coming.

Usually, electric current alternates with 110 volts and 60 cycles and sometimes 220 volts. We recommend you bring a voltage adapter.

In hotels, bars, restaurants, etc., a 10% tip is customary if the bill’s service charge is not included. We suggest between $ 10 – $ 15.00 per person, per day for guides, and $ 05 – $ 10.00 per person, per day for the bus driver.

Guatemala is one of the countries in the American continent that has more traditions and ancestral customs. If you plan your trip with a bit of anticipation, you can also live and be part of these spectacular traditions.

  • December 31st. New Year (night).
  • January 01st. New Year (day).
  • Easter Holy Week From Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday.
  • May 1st. Labor Day.
  • June 25th. Teachers Day.
  • June 30th. Army Day.
  • September 15th. Independence Day.
  • October 30th. Revolution Day.
  • November 01st. Day of the Dead.
  • December 24th/25th. Christmas Eve.

Holy Week (from Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday). 

Antigua The most colorful and spectacular processions in the world.

Friday of Crucifixion

Lake Atitlan

Santiago Atitlan and San Juan La Laguna): The most colorful and spectacular Mayan Indigenous Processions (Maximon). 

November 01st. (Day of the Dead).

Todos Los Santos Cuchumatanes (Huehuetenango): One of the most exciting and strange competitions on horseback you’ve ever seen.

Sumpango and Santiago (Sacatepequez): The most visionary, spectacular, and giant kites globally. Speechless.

December 14th. – 21st.

(Fiestas Patronales) Chichicastenango: The spectacular celebration and ritual of Palo Volador.

We definitely could not leave behind our colorful and impressive markets. Which are also part of our pre-Hispanic traditions, carried out from thousands of years ago until today, and fundamental in our peoples’ development.

 

Monday: Antigua, Chimaltenango and Zunil.

Tuesday: Acatenango, San Juan Comalapa, and Totonicapan.

Wednesday: Huehuetenango.

Thursday: Antigua, Chichicastenango, Panajachel, San Pedro Sacatepéquez.

Friday: Chimaltenango, San Francisco el Alto, Santiago Atitlán and Sololá.

Saturdays: Antigua, Todos los Santos, Santa Cruz del Quiché and Sumpango.

Sundays: Chichicastenango, Nahuala, and many others, a day cataloged as the market square day for most of our towns.

We are guided day by day by the sacred Mayan calendar Cholq’ij (of 260 days). We based all of our proposed journeys and expeditions on it, from its starting dates, duration (number of days), places to visit, special activities, etc. 

One of the celebrations that we enjoy the most in the country is the Great Wayeb (of 05 days), which ends with the Waqxakib Bat’z (or the Mayan Sacred New Year). As well as other crucial dates for the ancient and contemporary Mayans such as the equinoxes and solstices.

Waqxakib Bat’z (or the Mayan Sacred New Year):

The Mayan spirituality practitioners’ essential celebrations occur every 260 days. 

Dates of great ceremonial importance are celebrated by a series of activities and ceremonies whose main objective is to give thanks for the miracles, kindnesses, and favors. From the sacred world to the individual, family, and community, as well as to promote a balanced life, calm, full of love and peace.

Those protective nahuales are invoked and fed on these crucial days so that the Great Ajaw or Heart of Heaven bless our lives.

Solstices:

(December 21st. and June 21st.) Archaeological Sites: Tikal, Yaxha, Mirador, Iximche. Ideal ceremonial places for performing powerful rituals and ceremonies.

Equinoxes:

(March 21st. and September 21st.) Archaeological Sites: Tikal, Yaxha, Mirador, Iximche. Ideal ceremonial places for performing powerful rituals and ceremonies.

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