5 Nights & 6 Days
Visitors from around the world flock to Belize to snorkel or dive in the crystal-clear water and explore the coral formations, marine life, and astounding beauty of the Belize Barrier reef and the Great Blue Hole. Book a day trip to experience the Great Blue Hole, about 45 miles from the mainland.
3 Nights & 4 Days
Cancun is recognized worldwide for its spectacular beaches of fine white sand, its fascinating turquoise blue sea and unparalleled weather, as well as excellent air and land connectivity, and a first-class hotel infrastructure that places it as one of the best destinations tourist in the world thanks to everything it offers to its visitors.
3 Nights & 4 Days
Roatan is rated a spectacular Caribbean destination experience time and again, not only for its astonishing views and sites. Roatan has something special—an amazingly diverse Caribbean culture against the unparalleled beauty of the island’s natural landscape.
6 to 7 hours
This safari adventure will take place at this park in which there are constant births and new animals, so each visit is a new experience, granting visitors a unique adventure of interaction with the different species of flora and fauna that we have.
5 to 7 hours
Pacaya Volcano (8370ft / 2552m) may not be Guatemala’s highest peak, however its slopes and smoldering lava fields are certainly some of the most impressive volcanic landscapes in all of Central America. Set in its own National Park Pacaya is a storybook volcano with continuous plumes of smoke and massive lava flow reforming the valley…
A guided walking tour through Antigua will open up your eyes to the details that lie behind these ancient buildings and cobblestone streets. If you like you may sample delicious, authentic local cuisine (if you dare!). You will learn about the cultural background of these everyday delicacies as you walk through Antigua’s bustling community market…
One of the most wonderful places in Guatemala is the Semuc Champey National Park located in Cobán and is one of the most important tourist sites in the region. Its name means "where the river hides under the earth" in the Q'eqchi' language because the waters of the Cahabón River rush into the subway caves…