Tel. +502 5702 0551 info@mayakakaw.com

Trekking to the Mirador

El Mirador archaeological site and its imposing pyramid La Danta, one of the Mayan structures with the largest and most voluminous base of the Preclassic period. Still in the process of excavation and investigation in the heart of the Mayan Biosphere of Guatemala.

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Phone: + (502) 5702 - 0551
WhatsApp: + (502) 5702 - 0551
Email: info@mayakakaw.com

Region

Peten Guatemala

duration

05 days and 04 nights

Passengers minimum

02

early booking period

10 días

Information about the Mirador Trek

A trip for the adventure lovers, willing to go into the heart of the Mayan Biosphere of Guatemala, a walk of a total of 130 kms, a duration of 5 or 9 days, according to the selected trekking circuit. It includes camping equipment, human support team during the whole trip inside the jungle (cook, jungle guide, muleteers, drinking water, meals, etc)

A trip for explorers and lovers of nature, Mayan archaeology and adventure. It is recommended to do this trip outside the rainy season, before or after the winter season (rain) to enjoy a pleasant experience.  

Maya Kakaw Travel hires local guides and community providers who are knowledgeable about the Mayan jungle and provide a guarantee of quality service. 

 

Our means of payment

Guatemala, a multilingual, multiethnic and multicultural country!

Payments can be made in:

Quetzals - USD Dollar - Euros 

Petén, adventure in the Mayan World

  • Tikal National Park
  • El Mirador, Kingdom of Kan
  • Yaxhá
  • Uaxactún
  • Ceibal

Izabal, a green Caribbean

  • Rio Dulce 
  • Quiriguá
  • Bocas del Polochic
  • San Felipe Castle
  • Lake Izabal
  • Paradise Farm

Highlands. Living Maya culture

Lake Atitlán
Chichicastenango
Salacajá
Saint Andrew Xecul
Huehuetenango

Las Verapaces, natural paradise

Semuc Champey
Quetzal Biotope
Candelaria Caves
Cahabon River
Hun Nal Ye

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Guatemala, a Central American country south of Mexico, has volcanoes, tropical forests and ancient Mayan sites.

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