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Cultural Journey to Guatemala

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Key Information:
Tour Duration: 10 day(s)
Group Size: 8 - 20 people
Destination(s): Guatemala  
Specialty Categories: Cultural Journey   Textile Arts  
Season: March
Airfare Included: No
Tour Customizable: No
Minimum Per Person Price: 1550 US Dollar (USD)
Maximum Per Person Price: 1900 US Dollar (USD)

Tour Itinerary:

Day 1, Friday, February 17: Arrivals. Welcome dinner in Guatemala City! Overnight: Crowne Plaza Hotel – Guatemala City.

Day 2, Saturday, February 18: Guided tour of Guatemala City including a visit to the Ixchel Textile Museum. Afternoon transfer to Antigua. Overnight: La Posada de Don Rodrigo – Antigua.

Day 3, Sunday, February 19: Guided morning tour of Antigua, a Spanish colonial city. Free time in afternoon for exploring Antigua on your own.
Overnight: La Posada de Don Rodrigo.

Day 4, Monday, February 20: Weaving demonstration by the Tzanjuyu group in San Juan Comalapa. Lunch in Comalapa in a Maya woman’s home. Travel to Xetonox. Visit the rural school and meet with weavers who create cornhusk angels, kitchen towels and other products. Overnight: Albergues de Tecpán – Tecpán.

Day 5, Tuesday, February 21: Travel to Aguas Calientes. Visit with Maya women who create beautiful runners and other weavings. Lunch in Agua Caliente. Afternoon visit to a local tutoring center. Overnight: Albergues de Tecpán - Tecpán.

Day 6, Wednesday, February 22: Visit Iximché Archeological Site. Afternoon travel to Lake Atitlan. Overnight: Hotel Bamboo – Santiago Atitlán.

Day 7, Thursday, February 23: Visit the famous church in Santiago where American priest Father Stanley Rother was assassinated. Meet bead workers and stole weavers. Visit Maximon, the indigenous saint. Visit Peace Park and hear the story of the 1990 massacre of 14 Tzutujil Mayas in Santiago. Overnight: Hotel Bamboo.

Day 8, Friday, February 24: Morning boat trip across Lake Atitlan to San Marcos La Laguna to meet with the women who crochet yarmulkes and hackeysacks. Free time in afternoon. Overnight: Hotel Bamboo.

Day 9, Saturday, February 25: Travel back to Antigua by the southern Guatemala coastal plains. Guided tour of Coffee Plantation. Overnight: Return to La Posada de Don Rodrigo in Antingua.

Day 10, Sunday, February 26: Farewell breakfast. Shuttles from Antigua to Guatemala City International Airport. Departures. Adios!

Notes:
Airfare is not included in the tour price.

Trip starts at $1,550.

Price Includes:
- All hotel accommodations (double occupancy)
- Ground transportation
- All meals
- Bi-lingual guide

Note: Single room occupancy is available for an additional cost.

About This Supplier
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Location: USA
Joined InfoHub: Sep 2011
Client Request Served: 1

M21073 is a collaboration of women from Guatemala and the U.S. whose mission is to support indigenous artisans to end their cycle of poverty and improve their lives. Through its unique social venture model, M21073 creates work for indigenous women so that they become self sufficient and fully contributing members of...

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