DIA DE LOS MUERTOS & GIANT KITE FESTIVAL

DIA DE LOS MUERTOS & GIANT KITE FESTIVAL

Experience one of the world's most culturally vivid tradition and festival. Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) and the All Saints Day Kite Festival is celebrated on November 1 in Guatemala. Tracing back to ancient Maya culture, the festival remembers lost loved ones amongst family. Elaborate and intricately detailed kites are created to fly in local cemeteries throughout the country with messages attached to the kite's tail for the loved ones. It is said, "the higher the kite is in the sky, the closer the message is to the spirits of those in heaven."

ACTIVITIES

 

-Celebrate Dia de Los Muertos on Nov. 1-  observe how Guatemalans decorate gravestones with flowers and erect extravagant enormous kites central to the festivities

-Visit Tikal National Park

-Filadelfia Coffee Plantation

-Volcano climbing (you can rent a horse for an additional fee paid directly to local horse guide, not included in BGT package)

-Antigua City Tour

-Visits to museums and churches

-Observe Maya women weavers

-Boat tour of Lake Atitlan

 

ACCOMMODATIONS*

-Guatemala City- Westin Camino Real or Hyatt Centric

-Antigua- Porta Antigua Hotel or Camino Real Antigua Hotel

-Lake Atitlan-Porta Del Lago Hotel or Hotel Atitlan

-Peten (Tikal)- Las Lagunas Boutique HoteL or Bolontiku  Boutique Hotel

        *or equivalent

DIA DE LOS MUERTOS

10 DAYS/9 NIGHTS PACKAGE

OCTOBE30 - NOVEMBER 8, 2021

$4,495/person (double occupancy room, +$500 for single)

ALL-INCLUSIVE
LAND ONLY TOUR

-Transfers to/from airport/hotel

-All domestic transportation by bus, boat, plane

-Hotels and Eco-lodges

-3 meals daily (one alcoholic drink - lunch/dinner)

-Entrance fees and tours

-Professional bilingual tour guide

-Water bottle on tour

-Taxes & gratuities

*All B.G.T. tours are small and intimate groups with no more than 16 guests. 

B.G.T. & SUSTAINABLE TOURISM

Bella Guatemala Travel is committed to a sustainable approach to tourism. This means that neither the natural environment nor the socio-cultural fabric of the host communities will be impaired by our visit. On the contrary, the natural environment and local communities should benefit from tourism, both economically and culturally. Sustainable tourism also respects local people, the traveler, cultural heritage and the environment. It offers an exciting and educational travel experience that provides a positive impact on the society and economy.

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