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Singapore, Singapore, Singapore
Singapore, Singapore, Singapore
Bootsnall, Matador, TravMonkey and GoNomad.
Bare your soul, open your heart and dare to see the World!
Tanzania when the riots broke out in neighbouring Kenya.
That would have to be slurping noodles loud and hard with my Japanese friends in Kyoto, Japan.
I highly recommend a dose of adventurous spirit, mixed with a i-will-survive attitude and never-say-die determination.
There are too many! Seychelles, Mozambique, and Fiji.
East and West Coast of the United States, Western Europe (England, Spain, Italy, Greece, France, Portugal, Malta, Norway, Germany and Czech Republic), North and East Africa (Egypt, Tanzania, Morocco, Tunisia), Asia (China, Japan, Hongkong, Thailand, Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia,Turkey), and South America (Argentina, Peru, Ecuador).
Central America - Guatemala, Cuba and Mexico!
Since the introduction of the tourist police and security guards within the temple grounds, crime in Tikal has been relatively ......Read More
Getting to Tikal from Flores, Santa Elena and El RemateTikal is easily accessible from Flores, where most travelers are based. ......Read More
The tropical climate of Tikal ensures hot and humid weather all year-round. The best time to visit is during the ......Read More
These complexes are found one kilometer away from the Gran Plaza via the isolated Maudslay Causeway; all of them are ......Read More
Only discovered in 1951, this temple is located 1.2 km southeast of Gran Plaza. Unlike Copán and several other Mayan ......Read More
The largest pyramid at Tikal, Templo IV is the second tallest surviving Mayan structure, reaching a height of 65m. The ......Read More
The only lodge with standards and facilities that fit the price, Jungle Lodge makes an excellent choice for travelers seeking ......Read More
Iron-cast antiques and high ceilings give an aristocratic air to this refined hotel. The hotel is built to cater to ......Read More
Elegant and tastefully designed, this colonial hotel provides guests with a classy abode to rest in. With a medieval-style interior, ......Read More
As the only restaurant within the temple grounds, El Mesón is just a few minutes’ walk from Complex Q, along ......Read More
This is one of many affordable comedores lining the main road to Flores, across the road from Museo Lítico. From ......Read More
Just one block away from Parque Central, this local favorite is grooving with energy. Blasting Guatemalan folk music, it is ......Read More
Tikal is an outstanding place to watch birds of prey: thanks to its protected status, it attracts wildlife in abundance. ......Read More
Situated right behind the park ticket stand, the entrance of Museum Cerámico is flanked by beautiful orchids and thick plants. ......Read More
The bigger of the two museums in Tikal, Museum Lítico houses the important stelae excavated from the within the ancient ......Read More
Offering similar tours as the other agencies, this operator stands out for its excellent service and bilingual agents. It offers ......Read More
This operator specializes in ‘ethnotourism,’ bringing travelers to the Chicacnab village deep in the cloudforest, where native Q’eqchi people reside. ......Read More
This operator, with a wide range of tours, is not the cheapest in town, but it is reliable and established. ......Read More
Active Spanish School (3a Calle 6-12, Zona 1; Tel: (502) 7941-7123) is the most popular academy in town, thanks to ......Read More
Muqb’ilb’e Spanish School (6a Avenida 5-39, Zona 3; Tel: (502) 7951-2459) arranges one-to-one Spanish and Q’eqchi classes along with full-board ......Read More
To bag some unique and quirky souvenirs, check out the range of recycled products at the little gift shop in ......Read More
The INGUAT office (Avenida del Calvario 1-17, Zona 1, Edificio Los Arcos) is located 15 minutes from the city center ......Read More
This non-profit organization looks for both short and long-term assistance in diverse areas, from dentistry to photography. Situated in a ......Read More
Constructed over an old dumping ground on the outskirts of Antigua, Nuestros Ahijados is now a beautiful sanctuary for children ......Read More
Camino Seguro is a non-profit foundation that seeks to improve the lives of children and their families who live in ......Read More
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