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Tikal Day Trip with Local Lunch from San Ignacio
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Tikal Sunset Tour from Flores in Small Group

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Small group of maximum 9 people, premium tour visiting the best spots to photograph the monuments<br><br>Guaranteed departure, we operate only with 1 passenger without additional charges and if we go over 9 people, we make 2 groups<br><br>Extensive tour, with enough time and flexibility, excellent for photographers<br>Entry fees available in advance, we pay those for you, just send us a list of names, last names and ages<br><br>Excellent English-Spanish bilingual guide with deep knowledge of local history, flora and fauna and with service attitude to give a meaning to each monument visited<br><br>Bottles of water, lunch at Restaurante del Parque included (gluten-free and vegan options)
US$102.56 per adult
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LuizDutraNeto wrote a review Sep 2020
Rio de Janeiro, RJ8,498 contributions1,498 helpful votes
Simply unmissable! This is the tallest temple at the "Tikal" complex and is probably the largest pyramid ever built in the Mayan region! At its top, that stands at 70 meters high, awesome views of other temples' summits surrounded by the dense rain forest. "Temple IV" dates from the 8th century and it is believed that it was built as a royal funerary pyramid-temple. Climbing its wood staircase is no easy task, but the views from the top are quite rewarding. Keep your faith, your breath and reach the summit! Enjoy!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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301lisa33 wrote a review Jul 2020
Coventry, United Kingdom1,353 contributions253 helpful votes
If you are able, do climb this pyramid. The view from the top of other pyramids sticking out of the jungle, is both splendid and iconic. Fabulous
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Val H wrote a review Mar 2020
23 contributions5 helpful votes
We went here with a tour group. We had a guided tour at this place and it was very insightful. We were able to climb a couple of the temples. They have made their own wooden steps to get to ALMOST the top. The views are incredible.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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bucketlisttravellers wrote a review Feb 2020
Sydney, Australia3,519 contributions604 helpful votes
This temple is famous for its role in a scene from Star Wars: A New Hope, where the Millennium Falcon lands at a Rebel Base. It is quite a hike up the stairs to the top, but the resulting view over the Tikal complex is worth it. The top of this temple is the highest vantage point in the complex and there is plenty of room to sit and admire the scenery.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Happy Traveler wrote a review Feb 2020
5 contributions1 helpful vote
Well worth the trip. Tikal is impressive. worth hiring a guide so you dont miss the history. Plan for a full day and lots of climbing. Its worth the hike to go to the top of all the temples you are allowed to climb
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Date of experience: January 2020
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