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8:00am - 5:00pm

Saturday
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Mayan Rocker - South America Vacation Tours
For 18 - 35 Young Professionals, Singles and Students


Vacation Overview

Need a quick culture kick? 2 countries, 4 world heritage sites & loads of inclusions in just over a week should do the trick. Have an in-depth encounter with each region & take on a trip packed full history, culture & good times.

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Vacation Itinerary

Vacation Day 1 - Arrive Antigua
Meet up with your 18-35 Years Old Trip team then get out, see the sights & tick those boxes. Adventure seekers can hike a volcano or ride mountain bikes. Or if you want to relax you could try making local native chocolates or shop for traditional textiles. Hotel

Vacation Day 2 - Antigua to Lago Atitlan
Wake up in Anitgua for the last time and continue north into the Highlands, to see the magnificent Lago Atitlan! We’ll journey by private boat to a lakeside Mayan community where we will meet local artisans and learn to make tortillas by hand. And taste them too, of course. Afterwards, relax on a hammock or enjoy the thrill of gliding in the sky… with our ME Time optional - paragliding with local professionals for epic views of the landscape. Tonight we’ll get amongst the traveller vibe and hit the main street, lined with cafes and shops, for a fun night out. Hotel (B)

Vacation Day 3 - Lago Atitlan to San Cristobel de las Casas
There will be few good snaps to be taken on route today. We’ll make our way through small Mayan communities of Guatemala’s highlands en route to the Mexican border, where we enter the beautiful and rugged territory of Chiapas. You’ll get the chance to explore Comitan and try some of the local cuisine and maybe sample a traditional drink Tascalate (made from chocolate, toasted corn and achiote). Later we heads to the evergreens in the cool cultural capital of San Cristobal de las Casas!  Hotel (B)

Vacation Day 4 - San Cristobel de las Casas
It’s time to get up and discover all city has to offer! Adventurers can take to the landscape for horseback riding or mountain biking this morning. After your Backstage Pass will take you to the Mayan hillside communities of San Juan Chamula and Zinacantan, learn about the untold generations of merging Native American and European cultures. Tonight you’ll get to try some traditional Tamales Chiapanecos at an included dinner, before hitting the town to move to local rhythms. Get festive! Hotel (B),(D)

Vacation Day 5 - Chiapas to Tehuantepec
This morning you could be relaxing by the pool under mango trees, exploring iconic monuments and indulging in great traditional food! From Mexico’s southern highlands, we make our way toward the country’s great center. The isthmus of Tehauntepec is the narrowest stretch of land that sits between the Gulf of Mexico and the Pacific Ocean. We’ll descend from the forested hills into the beautiful coastal plains of Tehuantepec, where you’ll visit the city square, before a delicious local dinner with your crew. Hotel (B),(D)

Vacation Day 6 - Tehuantepec to Oaxaca
It’s time to take on this amazing destination. First up we head to World Heritage Oaxaca for some exploring then it’s onto Matatlan, the world capital of the traditional alcoholic spirit Mezcal, where we’ll learn how this agave spirit is produced. Then it’s back on the road to the former Zapotec religious center of Mitla, where sacred rites were once carried out among the geometrical stonework, still intact. Before arriving at our hotel, we get to check out one of the largest trees in the world! Tonight is the first of two nights in the celebrated culinary capital. Enjoy an included walking tour among magnificent colonial architecture this evening, stopping by the market for some delicious and nutritious Chapulines…yum! Hotel (B)

Vacation Days 7 - Oaxaca
This morning is the last full day of the trip! So enjoy the last day with the crew and make the most of some ME Time, discover some of the fantastic local museums and shops in the area. This afternoon, we visit World Heritage Monte Alban, built on a mountaintop overlooking the modern capital. This area is famous for extraordinary traditional crafts and we will visit a local workshop, before returning to town for dinner. It’s time to celebrate one last time… Salud!  Hotel (B),(D)

Vacation Day 8 - Oaxaca to Mexico City
The trips not over yet, after our final breakfast, we travel to the center of the ancient Aztec universe. We’ll take a panoramic tour of World Heritage Puebla, then head to Cholula. This is where the church Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de los Remedios stands above the buried pyramid Tlachihualtepetl. After you can choose to enjoy a relaxed lunch in the small town plaza or enter the ruins and explore the ancient tunnels. This evening, we arrive Mexico City, where you can say adios to your amigos! (B)

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Vacation Prices

Starts Antigua / Ends Mexico City

No Dates Available!

*This trip requires travel insurance that must be purchased before final payment. 
*Prices not guaranted until time of booking
*Single Room available (extra cost)


All of this & more, included as standard on your trip.

Accommodation

  • 7 nights accommodation in twin-share hotels
  • Transport in a private air-conditioned coach, mini-coach or van
  • Sightseeing tours of all major cities plus orientations in all other destinations
    *Local taxes & service charges

Team

  • An experienced & professional Trip Manager plus local guides in some destinations

Food

  • *10 meals: 7 breakfasts & 3 dinners

Inclusions

    • 4 World Heritage Sites visited
  • Visit a Mayan community among the volcanoes of Lake Atitlan & learn to make tortillas
  • Visit the cute town of Comitan
  • Enter a sacred highland temple to experience ancient traditions in Chiapas
  • Visit the Zapatec religious center Mitla
  • Taste fiery mescal & sample spicy chapulines in the valley of Oaxaca
  • Locally guided walking tour of colonial Oaxaca
  • Visit the UNESCO site Monte Alban
  • Shop for traditional masterpiece ceramics and textiles
  • Visit a local workshop
  • Visit Cholula where the church Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de los Remedios stands above the buried pyramid Tlachihualtepetl

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A $200 Non-Refundable Deposit is Required to Book.
Full payment is due 45 days prior to vacation departure.
(If paying within 45 days full payment is required).

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