All day tours can be combined to several day tours. We arrange transportation, guides and accommodation. We can offer low budget to mid and high rang hotels. Places to stay below are optional. Please contact us if you would like to combine several day tours. Below you find some suggestions of a possible multiple 15 days tour in 3 different countries.
1st day: Antigua (Guatemala)
The colonial town of Antigua has cobble stone streets, houses with colonial fittings and impressive ruins. We will have a city tour and visit Palacio de los Capitanes, Catedral de Santiago and Iglesia La Merced with its monastery ruins. Iglesia y Convento de la Recoleccion is one of Antigua's most impressive monuments. We will stay at Hotel Casa Rustica.
2nd day: Panajachel, Lake Atitlan
We take off to Panajachel located at the foot of the impressive lake of Atitlan, with its three towering volcanoes El Tolimán, Atitlán, and San Pedro is one of Guatemala’s most famous natural attractions. We will take a tour by boat on the lake. Enjoy the spectacular scenery the lake has to offer and learn more about the villagers San Pedro la Laguna, Santiago Atitlan and San Antonio Palopo, whose traditional costumes still vary from one village to the other, as well as their history. At Posada de los Volcanes we will accommodate ourselves for the night.
3rd day: Chichicastenango
Chichicastenango, this town is famous for its market on Thursdays and Sundays, where spats of traditionally dressed villagers in a kaleidoscope of colors, come to sell their very colorful textiles, fruits, vegetables and flowers. In the afternoon we will drive to El Salvador where we will spend the night atEntrepinos Resort and Spa close to La Palma.
4th day: La Palma (El Salvador)
Fernando Llort has a big influence in the decoration of this little town. His colorful images have been decorated all over town, mass production of these arts you can see in all the local art shops. We will take an easy 1.5 hour hike up to the highest point of El Salvador, El Pital with a spectacular view! If you have any energy left we will walk to Miramundo to get some more awesome views. We will stay at Entrepinos Resort and Spa.
5th day: Santa Ana, Lago Cuoatepque
We visit El Salvador's second largest city. Santa Ana's architecture is unmatched anywhere else in the country with highlights like the Santa Ana's Neo- Gothic Cathedral, the Theater and the Palacio Municipal. In the afternoon we will have lunch at Lake Coatepeque with an amazing view over the lake! We will stay at Hotel Santa Leticia.
6th day: Ruta Las Flores
This route trough several towns in the mountain have been named for the abundant wildflowers growing everywhere. We start in Nahuizalco, an indigenous Pipil town; sometimes you still see some traditional clothing. We visit a craft studio for wooden furniture made by local artists. We will continue to Juayua, in the weekend you will visit the famous gastronomic foodfair, during the week we hike to Chorros de Calera, series of impressive waterfalls. The last village we visit is Ataco, which produces colorful textiles. We will spend the night at Hotel Santa Leticia.
7th day: Parque Nacional Imposible
Imposible National Park is a tropical mountain forest and has an extraordinary variety of plants and animal life. We start in the mountain town of Tacuba. There are several tours you can take depending on your abilities. El Puente del Imposible: A hike in the middle of the park, to a bridge with spectacular views (5h) Hasta La luna : An unforgettable journey into the heart of Impossible, truly untouristed and off-the-beaten-track, and swim in a river and its many cascades (6h) Or to San Miguelito: Visit the Ruta del Cerro Leon, the farm and museum of SALVANATURA of San Miguelito and the Anganches Rivers (6h) or you can just hang out at Hostal El Imposible where we stay the night.
8th day: Parque Nacional Cerro Verde (Volcano Izalco) and San Andres
Cerro Verde National Park is an old volcano surrounded by the still smoking volcanoes Izalco and Santa Ana. We will take a little but easy hike around to see the volcanoes and a stunning view to Lake Coatepeque. Than we take of to one of El Salvador’s Mayan ruins, San Andres which was inhabited by Maya between AD 600 and 900. There is nice small museum on site. We will spend the night at the coast at hotel Mizata Resort, a 30 min drive from San Andres.
9th day: Playa Mizata
We will have a relaxed day on one of El Salvador's deserted beaches. You can spend the day on the beach, in the hammock or go fishing! We will stay another night at Mizata Resort.
10th day: San Salvador
We start the day at El Boqueron, a volcanic crater of 45 meters high. We have a look at the impressive crater and National Park.. From here we visit the Anthropology Museum David J. Guzman with most archeological finds displayed and give a good idea of El Salvador’s history. There is a little hand craft market close by. Than we go up to Los Planes de Renderos with a spectacular view of San Salvador. Try the local dish 'Pupusas' as they are the best ones. You will stay at one of San Salvador's hotels, Casa Las Magnoliaslocated in Zona Rosa.
11th day: Suchitoto, Illobasco
We will take of Ilobasco to see a workshop where local artists make typical Salvadoran pottery. From Illobasco we go to Suchitoto, colonial town north of San Salvador where we will have a little city tour to see all the colonial building this little town offers. We will have dinner with a great view to Lake Suchitlan. We will sleep at Las Puertas de Suchitoto.
12th day: Perquin
Perquin was headquarters of the guerrillas named FMLN during the war. You still find remaining like bunkers and bomb craters of the fascinating and traumatic history. Perquin is owner of the museum of the Revolution, simple overview by photos, posters and weapons of the civil war. We will drive up to Rio Sapo, country's cleanest river for a swim! We spend the night at Perkin Lenca, a mountain village lodge.
13th day: Copan (Honduras)
Early in the morning we leave for Copan, Honduras. Copan features some of the Mayas' most impressive accomplishments in architecture, known for its beautiful temples, altars and stelae. We will follow a 2 ½ hour presentation of these famed temples and sculptures. We will spend the night at Hotel Posada de Belssy.
14th day: Copan
Step back in time and visit a traditional indigenous Chortí Maya community, located in a beautiful pine forest just a few miles west of Copán Ruins. You will have the opportunity to make tortillas and pottery with the local craftswomen. In the afternoon you can take it easy around the little town of Copan or take a horseback riding, hiking or coffee tour (optional). Our last night we spend atHotel Posada de Belssy
Back to San Salvador or to Antigua (Guatemala)
All our tours include:
Escorted sightseeing as per itinerary
Land transportation and sightseeing via air-conditioned vehicles
Services of English speaking bilingual guides
Entrance fees on included sightseeing
All transfers as per itinerary with assistance and baggage handling