Travel Package

Colonial

Wheelchair Accessible: Antigua Tour

This tour is specially designed for groups traveling along with 1 passenger in a wheelchair. Antigua´s cobblestone streets and stairs make it complicated to move freely and easily in a wheelchair, so the tour includes a helper/assistance to lift up the chair whenever needed. The tour is private and flexible based on your ship's arrival and departure hours.

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Antigua Guatemala from Puerto Quetzal

This off-shore excursion is specially designed for all those cruise passengers arriving in Guatemala at Puerto Quetzal. The tour is private and flexible based on your ship's arrival and departure hours. Our guide meets you at Puerto Quetzal and leads you to the vehicle to take a 2-hour transfer to the most emblematic destination of Guatemala: Antigua. Visit the Cathedral, the main plaza, a convent, the original jade factory and store, and Rum House. *Wheelchair tour available at special price*

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Antigua Guatemala from Puerto Quetzal

This off-shore excursion is specially designed for all those cruise passengers arriving in Guatemala at Puerto Quetzal. The tour is private and flexible based on your ship's arrival and departure hours. Our guide meets you at Puerto Quetzal and leads you to the vehicle to take a 2-hour transfer to the most emblematic destination of Guatemala: Antigua. Visit the Cathedral, the main plaza, a convent, the original jade factory and store, and Rum House. *Wheelchair tour available at special price*

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Walking Antigua Tour

Walking tour in Antigua Guatemala. Explore the history of the city which was once the capital of Central America. While walking its stoned streets enjoy its mix of cultures: native traditions, colonial style, and modern life. Visit colonial buildings and ruins and discover the history of encloistered nuns and Mayan syncretism.

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Masaya Volcano & Artisan Towns

The most colorful and folkloric town in Nicaragua is Masaya. Hand-made wooden, leathered, and cotton products as clothing, shoes, bags, decorations, and souvenirs fill the Masaya Market as well as traditional meals and beverages. Add an ounce of adventure by visiting an active volcano and stand right in front of the lava lake at its crater.

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