Trip Type : Small Group Tour
Guatemala to Mexico tour
Antigua Caribbean Guatemala to Mexico Trip
Caye Caulker Central America Guatemala to Mexico Trip

Guatemala to Mexico

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Travel Style: You will have solid amounts of both free time and structured time with some activities and meals included. Mixed
Physical Level: Some walking over short or flat distances. Some trips may include cycling options. Some are wheelchair friendly (check for individual trips). Some cruises. Easy
Lodging Level: Mid-range budget with accommodations ranging from comfortable lodges, guesthouses, and homestays to three star hotels. Value - 3 star
13 days
From: $ 1,288 $ 99 / day
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  • Wonder at steep, granite steps that reach into the sky while exploring the temples and monuments of Tikal, the seat of Maya power that collapsed mysteriously in 950 AD
  • Learn a little Spanish during an informal lesson in old-world Antigua, then put it to good use during the rest of your Central American adventure
  • Sip a rum and coke and munch on barbecued seafood with a backdrop of aquamarine waters on Caye Caulker
  • Explore Livingston, a unique riverside town where the local culture is heavily influenced by the Afro-Caribbean Garifuna population
  • Walk along cobblestone streets and shop for local handicrafts in the tiny island town of Flores
  • Finish your adventure in the beachside playground that is Playa del Carmen

Short Description

Travel from the cobblestone streets of Antigua, through blissed-out Belize and along the Yucatan Peninsula to the beachside delights of Playa del Carmen on this adventure from the jungles of Guatemala to the beaches of Mexico. Crane your neck to gaze up stone temples with steps that lead into a jungle canopy in Tikal, discover relaxed island life in Caye Caulker and sink your feet into white sands and clear waters in Tulum. From volcano studded Antigua to the chilled out charm of Mexico's coast – this tour delivers a slice of action, a dose of history and culture, and some well-deserved relaxation.

Small groups are usually defined as between 10 and 24 travelers, often less. If you're the kind of person who enjoys more intimate experiences and personal service this is a good choice. All else being equal you will pay a premium for this style vs a larger group tour.
Trip Type Small Group Tour
Off the beaten track trips will stretch your comfort zone. They don't always feature tourist highlights, but dive deeper into local life and culture.
Itinerary Focus Off the Beaten Path
Mid-range budget with accommodations ranging from comfortable lodges, guesthouses, and homestays to three star hotels.
Lodging Level Value - 3 star
Flights & Transport N/A
Start City Antigua
End City Playa del Carmen
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Day 1 Antigua

Bienvenidos! Welcome to Antigua. Surrounded by three volcanoes, it wasn’t until the late 20th century that the city became the tourism hub of Guatemala. Today, the city is filled with coffee shops and international restaurants, and is always buzzing with live music and salsa classes. Your adventure begins with a welcome meeting at 6 pm where you'll meet your tour leader and travel group. Please look for a note in the hotel lobby or ask the hotel reception where it will take place. If you can't arrange a flight that will arrive in time, you may wish to arrive a day early so you're able to attend. We'll be happy to book additional accommodation for you (subject to availability). If you're going to be late, please inform the hotel reception. We'll be collecting your insurance details and next of kin information at this meeting, so please ensure you have all these details to provide to your leader. If you arrive with time to spare, why not get a taste of local tradition with a chocolate-making workshop in the ChocoMuseo, or perhaps tour some of the coffee or macadamia nut plantations tucked into the hills that surround the city.

Day 2 Antigua

As the seat of the Spanish colonial government, Antigua was once the most important city in Central America. The city was destroyed by an earthquake in 1773, but many of the colonial-era buildings have been carefully restored and the architecture from its glory days can still be admired. Take an informal Spanish lesson and enjoy a guided wander around the city with your leader in the morning. Walk through the quiet cobblestone streets past heavy, carved-wood entrances, then take the afternoon to explore at your own pace. There are many fascinating markets and museums to explore, or if your tastes run to more active adventures, hire a mountain bike and ride through the countryside – the views of mountain peaks and deep valleys, covered in lush vegetation, are simply beautiful. Otherwise, just grab a coffee from one of the many cafes in central park, sit back and enjoy the beauty of this incredible city. Foodies won't want to miss trying tamales, a local dish usually prepared on the weekend and served in a corn leaf. Pepian – a meal consisting of a rich dark sauce and three meats (chicken, beef and pork) – is also worth a try. Local tip: you'll find the best value food next to the artisan market close to the bus station.

Day 3 Rio Dulce

It’s a long day of travel as you make your way to Rio Dulce by private minibus. Depart early for the eight-hour journey, arriving in the middle of the afternoon. Rio Dulce, which means 'Sweet River' in Spanish, refers to both the Guatemalan river that flows from Lago de Izabal (Lake Izabal) to the Caribbean Sea and the town of Fronteras, which sits at the east end of the lake. Upon arrival, the rest of the day is free to enjoy at your leisure. Maybe stretch your legs on a jungle walk, rent a kayak for a bit of exploration or simply curl up in a hammock and enjoy the tropical surrounds.

Day 4 Rio Dulce

Use a free day in Rio Dulce to take advantage of the optional activities on offer. Perhaps take a boat ride down the river to Livingston, a laid-back, Afro-Caribbean town that offers a unique taste of Garifuna culture on the shoulder of Guatemala. Located 30 kilometres (18 miles) from Fronteras, the boat ride is quite scenic, taking you past waters clogged with water lillies, tropical forests and a spectacular canyon before arriving in Livingston one and a half hours later. The Garifuna population here are descendants of a community forcibly removed from the Caribbean by the British in the late 18th century. Livingston was one of the towns the displaced Garifuna settled in, and it's relative isolation means the culture has remained undiluted by Guatemalan norms. Spend a little time here and perhaps grab a Garifuna meal like tapou, a creamy soup made with fish.

Day 5 Flores

Travel about four hours to Flores – your base for exploring the Maya ruins of Tikal tomorrow. Upon arrival, enjoy a free afternoon to explore Flores. This tranquil island had a long history before it was colonised by the Spanish in 1697, most significantly as the capital of the Itza people after the fall of Chichen Itza. Perhaps use your free afternoon to wander the town's cobblestone streets, taking in its pastel-coloured buildings and shopping for local handicrafts. It's a tiny island, and walking the whole thing will take less than an hour. At around 4 pm, the lakefront starts to hum with street food vendors, making it a good place to grab a bite and watch the world go by.

Day 6 Tikal Ruins / San Ignacio

Embrace an early start for a guided exploration of Tikal National Park. Among the thick, evergreen jungle are some of the most significant remnants of the ancient Maya civilisation. Wonder at the towering granite temples and other monuments set among the thick, green jungle while pondering the mystery of the ancient city's demise. Spend a few hours playing archaeologist and then say goodbye to Guatemala and head across the border to Belize. As the only English-speaking country in Central America, Belize is a great place to get chatting with locals. You'll reach San Ignacio after a three-hour drive, and since you're leaving tomorrow it's a good idea to plan which optional activities (if any) you want to join before you get there. Nature lovers may be interested in a trip to the Green Iguana Conservation Project, where the scaly beasts are protected. Or perhaps stretch your legs with a short walk to the ruins of Cahal Pech, which was once the residence of a well-heeled Maya family. Tomorrow, you have the option of travelling to Belize City via Actun Tunichil Muknal. In order to take advantage of this optional activity, you will need a group of at least four people, so start asking around now if you’re interested.

Day 7 Caye Caulker

This morning, you can choose whether you would like to pay a visit to the caves of Actun Tunichil Muknal (the ATM cave), relax in San Ignacio or take part in some of the other optional activities on offer. A living museum of Maya relics, the ATM cave system is home to ceramic pots and crystallised skeletons, preserved by the natural processes of the cave for over 1400 years. If you choose to explore the cave system (and it is highly recommended), you’ll spend most of the day there before re-joining your fellow travellers at the water taxi in Belize City. If you do not wish to explore the caves, you’ll leave San Ignacio behind in the late morning and head north to Belize City on a local bus (about 3 hours). There are very few official stops in Belize and the driver will pick up passengers along the way as they hail the bus, so be prepared for a journey that moves in fits and starts. Use this time to make conversation with the person next to you; Belizeans love to talk about their country! Arrive in Belize City and take a one-hour water taxi ride to Caye Caulker. From here, it is possible to arrange day trips to other nearby cayes (islands). Each island has its own unique character, but all of them have an unmistakable Caribbean pace and charm.

Day 8 Caye Caulker

Good morning! Take a deep breath and let it out, you've got two whole days of sandy shores, crystal waters and no schedule to speak of. The beach is calling, of course, but mybe start your day with a Belizean breakfast classic – the fry jack. These deep fried dough pieces are served up with whatever you like, and they go well with everything from fruit to eggs. Then, maybe explore the calm waters on a stand up paddleboard, or rent a bike for a fairly inexpensive way to explore on land. Just remember to follow the super-relaxed law of the island and 'go slow', no matter what you choose to do. 

Day 9 Caye Caulker

Enjoy another free day on beautiful Caye Caulker. Perhaps hire a local boat and head to Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Shark Ray Alley for a chance to snorkel among colourful corals, tropical fish, sharks and manta rays. You could also choose to go manatee-spotting – these huge, peaceful creatures are often quite curious to meet their visitors. If you're interested in sampling local cuisine, Caye Caulker is famous for its lobster. Not the cheapest meal you can find on the island, but still way less than you'd pay back home! If lobster isn’t available (regulations stipulate lobster can only be caught between June 15 and February 15), some of the best meals on the island are cooked on the road side. How about some grilled shrimp and a lovely rum and coke made with the local fire water?

Day 10 Tulum

Rise, shine and shake off the sleep with a 6.30 am water taxi to Belize City. Today you're leaving one paradise behind for another. Hop on a public bus and head for the Mexico border, a journey that will take about four hours. Deal with formalities at the border and then continue to Chetumal, where you will swap buses and hit the road again for Tulum (3 hours). A long day of travel will see you arriving in the afternoon with some daylight to spare. Why not use what's left of the day to soak up the sun on one of the city's many beaches? While Paradise Beach is the most well known of the sandy stretches, it can get a little crowded. Las Palmas Public Beach is (in our opinion) just as beautiful, but with far fewer people. 

Day 11 Tulum

Enjoy a day on the Caribbean coast. The ruins that Tulum is famous for sit on a cliff-top plateau that overlooks the glittering water below. Choose whether to explore the small site, or find a spot on one of the white-sand beaches and get horizontal with a cocktail. This cruisy resort town is stuffed with cafes and restaurants serving up seafood-heavy Mexican fare, often in the great outdoors so you can catch a sea breeze while you eat.  

Day 12 Playa del Carmen

The last leg of your journey is a short one. Hop on a local Mexican bus and travel about 1.5 hours to Playa del Carmen. With azure waters, powdery beaches and a European feel, Playa del Carmen is a resort city similar to Cancun, but with a less intense party atmosphere. Take a brief orientation stroll with your leader to get your bearings, then take your pick of a bunch of optional activities. Maybe take a snorkel in the fresh waters of Dos Ojos Cenote, a flooded cave system. Or perhaps head further afield on a ferry ride to Cozumel, where the colourful reefs are perfect for scuba diving. If you'd prefer to stay where the margaritas are cold and close by, you might want to rent a bike to explore Playa on two wheels.

Day 13 Playa del Carmen

This tropical adventure ends today after breakfast. There are no activities planned for the final day. In order to make the most of all Playa has to offer, we strongly recommend that you extend your stay by a couple of extra days. Please contact us if you need assistance booking additional accommodation.


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Good trip that did exactly what it

Good trip that did exactly what it said on the tin!

My trip with Intrepid was the first

My trip with Intrepid was the first time I had ever travelled independently, so I was naturally a little nervous and unsure of what to expect. The tour as a whole and our tour leader, Sofia, were amazing and I had a fantastic time. The particular programme (Best of Guatemala and Mexico) was a lovely mix of adventure, activities and relaxation. Sofi was friendly, approachable and fun but also knowledgeable and very professional when it came to the serious stuff. Travelling with a group is a great way to make new friends and share the experiences, but it also made me feel safe and comfortable when travelling in very different countries to what I am used to.
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GREAT trip. not so great some of

GREAT trip. not so great some of the hotels. worst hotels - in Flores and china hotel in belize. one without aircon in 40+ deg heat other simply dirty with question if bed shet were changed lately...

The tour was well organised and sofi

The tour was well organised and sofi was a legendary. Really warm and friendly and make it seem more like a family trip with good friends. Excellent recommendations on things to do and place to eat and drink. Went above and beyond call of duty. 11/10 expert cat herder!
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In general the trip was good, the

In general the trip was good, the guide was very good, he lead a diverse group of people successfully, and provided good insight information for us to use it when doing our own private activities, however, it seemed to us that Intrepid doesn't check the hotels before contracting them out, for instance, the room that we had in Casa Blanca, San Ignacio, Belize it was in the very low end of our expectations, not only because in spite of the hot weather there was no a/c but even opening the window, there was no way that air will get to the room. Some of our trip mates didn't sleep all night because of the heat. we knew we were not going to expect 3 or 4 starts hotels but that one was 0.5 star. _x000D_
I would recommend that if you don't have personnel in the area have your guide check your hotels, instead of basing your selection decision on information over the internet. _x000D_
By the way, the hotel in Flores was great, above our expectations, good break! but it was kind of chocking going from that level of hotel to the one in San Ignacio. _x000D_
The other aspect it's the transportation, we (as per smart suggestion of our group leader) contracted out a van to transport us a portion of the trip instead of using public transport, please include it in your fee, it'd work much better.
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The high score received is wholly down

The high score received is wholly down to the fantastic leadership from our guide, Juan Pablo Grotewold. He was very friendly and approachable, and I feel his number one goal was to help us get the best experience from the trip possible. Everywhere we went, he had great recommendations on where to eat, and what excursions/activities where available to us, which took any stress or decisiveness out of the equation. He directed us in a timely manner, in terms of where to be and when for our travel arrangements, which again made life very easy. We were able to spend our time enjoying our vacation, and not worrying about the logistics. I still can’t believe how much we were able to fit in into 2 weeks! The reason I gave the trip a rating of 4, not 5, was that I was disappointed at the lack of air-conditioning in San Ignacio and Playa Del Carmen. In San Ignacio we had to pay $20 a night for a/c in our room. I thought $40 extra (we stayed there 2 nights) was a little much, but I was at least grateful to have the option, even though it was a little annoying for it to not be included in the room. The hotel in Playa Del Carmen was lovely – clean, nice pool and very friendly staff… however it was incredibly hot and humid and the option of a/c would have made a big difference to my comfort. I can stand the heat and humidity all day and all evenings but it would have been extremely nice to have had a break from it for just a few hours at night. I didn’t sleep a wink in Playa Del Carmen because of the heat and lack of a/c. If we had stayed there any longer I would have had to book into another hotel. I was actually happy to be leaving Mexico for that reason, and that’s not the best way to be ending a holiday.
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Maximum Number of People in Group: 12


Hotel (12 nights)


All Intrepid group trips are accompanied by one of our group leaders. The aim of the group leader is to take the hassle out of your travels and to help you have the best trip possible. Intrepid endeavours to provide the services of an experienced leader however, due to the seasonality of travel, rare situations may arise where your leader is new to a particular region or training other group leaders. Your leader will provide information on the places you are travelling through, offer suggestions for things to do and see, recommend great local eating venues and introduce you to our local friends. While not being guides in the traditional sense you can expect them to have a broad general knowledge of the places visited on the trip, including historical, cultural, religious and social aspects. At Intrepid we aim to support local guides who have specialised knowledge of the regions we visit. If you were interested in delving deeper into the local culture at a specific site or location then your leader can recommend a local guide service in most of the main destinations of your trip.

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  • Hotel One Playa del Carmen
  • 25 Avenida Norte, Manzana 97 Lote 1
  • Between Av. 12 Norte y 12 Bis,
  • Playa del Carmen
  • 77710
  • Phone: +52 9848773060

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