This North / Central America trip visits Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras and follows the MAYA route




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Published on Nov 17, 2012

This North / Central America trip visits Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras and follows the MAYA route

Natural beauty

These countries are rich in nature: beautiful tropical jungles with all kind of wildlife. Hidden in some jungles are magnificent Maya ruins. There are also amazing lakes with volcano's like Lake Atitlan, rivers like the Rio Dulce and majestic waterfalls like Agua Azul and Misol Ha. And not to forget fine beaches with an azure-blue sea and coral riffs.

Old colonial cities

There are several old colonial cities in Mexico and Guatemala, great places to dwell through the old streets and marvel at the splendid churches and other old buildings. The central plaza is mostly very lively with music and restaurants around. Especially in the evening and night you will feel enchanted by the relaxed atmosphere.
My favourite cities are Campeche, San Cristobal and Antigua.

The colourful Indian and Mayan people

Last but non least the colourful Indian and Mayan girls and women. The today's Mayas have an peculiar blend of Christian beliefs and their old traditions. Like ritual slaughter of chickens in their church, sometimes filled with strange saints and their own folk saint Maximon.
Highlights for me were San Juan and Chichicastenango with their alluring markets.

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