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Tikal Tours

Why we are the best for our client

Professional Guides

Passionate, and bilingual top-rated trip guides. All of them have a long background in fieldwork and the best training.

Customer Satisfaction

A team of professional local advisors crafts the best trips and vacation packages designed to make you live the best experiences.

Secure Payment

Your trust matters; for that reason, safe payment system through PayPal is used for the pre-paying of our trips.

Best Selling Tikal Tours

We cordially invite you to pick from our variety of Tikal tours or let us know about your wishes, and particular interest. A local travel expert will contact you shortly to help you to customize a unique and creative vacation package according to your request.


Collective Trip

We have created a collective service that takes you as part of a small group departing from Flores Airport & Hotels


8 Hours approx.




Private Trip

Our private adventures are designed especially for travelers that prefer to enjoy private trip services with convenient flexibility


8 Hours approx.



From Antigua Guatemala

From Antigua

Set departures and private trip options departing from Antigua Guatemala  including a short flight to Flores


Full Day



from Guatemala City

From Guatemala City

Collective and private options, including short flight from La Aurora International airport to Mundo Maya in Flores.


Full Day



Sunrise and Sunset Tikal Tours Available

Popular Combinations with Tikal tours

Here we show you other exciting natural and cultural destinations that easily can be combined with Tikal tours to improve your experience in the heart of the Mayan world.

Birding Trips

Temple IV

Tikal National Park

The ancient city is located in the north of Guatemala, in the center of the department of Peten, and is known as the “Place of the Voices.” Time has immortalized this place as a religious and cultural center, transmitting the messages of the ancient Maya through the sculpted hieroglyphs in calcite stone, the unique architecture, and remains of multicolored painted ceramics.

In 1955 was declared a National Park and later acquired the rank of National Monument for its extraordinary cultural richness and the immense variety of flora and fauna species.

Following these parameters, UNESCO named as Cultural World Heritage in 1979. Later it was assigned the category of the nuclear zone within the Maya Biosphere Reserve, a vast region on northern Guatemala confined to the protection of nature and other archaeological centers of the Maya civilization.

The area where the remains of architecture are found occupies practically the center of 576 square kilometers that embraces the park. Here you can explore one of the most famous temples, pyramids and palaces of this Maya metropolis.

Furthermore, you will be able to access and learn about the protected wildlife, which includes mammals, birds and reptiles, beneath the enormous variety of trees and plants that fill the sylvan richness of the region.

Customer Feedback

We had amazing 10 days in Antigua, Lake Antitlan, and Peten. The schedule was relaxed and eventful at the same time. Our guide and driver were always on time. They catered to our every need, from stopping for photos with volcanoes to breaks during hikes and browsing shops and vendors.

Grace L

We took the helicopter trip to El Mirador - simply wow. By pure luck and the time of year (approaching the rainy season) we were the only ones there and on the helicopter, so it was an amazing experience

Nicholas C

For me, Martsam meant – besides the impeccable professionalism of the entire team that, in the meantime, has become my "little" Guatemalan family – all those wonderful people and their personal stories that helped me get to know and to understand Guatemala better. They are the people who gave a different meaning to my trip, and now, at its end, they are also part of my personal story.

Isabella S
American Society of Travel Advisors
Latin American Travel Association
Birding Expeditions