Cirencester, United Kingdom, January 19, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Southern Mexico, the jungles of and smoking volcanoes of saw the rise & decline of an extraordinary civilisation The Maya. This tour explores what was once their world from the unique angle of adventure. Kayak turquoise blue seas, snorkel over colourful coral reefs, swim in underground caves, horse-ride through tangled jungle in search of ancient ruins and cycle down steep sided, beautiful volcanoes. The trip begins on the Yucatan coast where swimming in the sea and caves is a must. From here the tour heads inland and into the jungles of from where a fantastic diversity of wildlife abounds. The numbers of monkeys, birds and even small cats are impressive and, in the mornings, certainly noisy. Finally the tour takes in the highlands with their stunning lakes and beautiful back drops of snow-capped volcanoes. This is a truly exciting trip full of culture, history, wildlife and above all adventure.
Day 1 Fly Heathrow/Riviera Maya
Day 2 Jungle excursion to the ruins of Coba. Abseil into the sinkhole of Pac Chen.
Day 3 4 x 4 excursion into the jungle and snorkelling in underground caves. Afternoon sea kayaking.
Day 4 Morning excursion by horse. Afternoon drive to Tulum
Day 5 Boat tour into the Sian Kaan Biosphere Reserve
Day 6 Bicycle excursion and border crossing into .
Day 7 Full day trek in the Roaring River Valley
Day 8 Jungle safari to the Mayan site of Naranjo
Day 9 Canoe trip up the Mopan River
Day 10 Full day tour of Tikal ruins. Fly to Guatemala City.
Day 11 Morning tour of Antigua. Afternoon bike ride on the slopes of the surrounding volcanoes.
Day 12 Fly Guatemala City/Heathrow
Day 13 Arrive
Please contact Paul Craven, firstname.lastname@example.org or
telephone him on 01285 651010 for more information or to register your interest.
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