Perhaps the most visually stunning and impressive of all Maya sites

Tikal’s five monolithic temples pierce the jungle canopy (Temple IV reaches a height of almost 230 feet) and ancient plazas, stelae and ball courts tell of a rich and powerful history when Tikal’s population reached almost 100,000.

Today the site is recognized as one of the archeological wonders of the Americas. Its unspoiled jungle setting within the Tikal National Park makes it a paradise for birders, nature lovers and amateur archaeologists.

Located in the Heart of the Mayan World, very close to the magnificent Tikal, Uaxactun and Yaxha ruins

 Las Lagunas Boutique Hotel invites you to experience the jungle at its best.

Set in the rainforest high above the shores of Lago Peten Itza is La Lancha

A quaint, 10-room lodge decorated with artwork and furniture from Bali , as well as fabrics and carvings from Guatemala personally selected by the Coppola family.

Beyond the clear water of the lake is Tikal, the epicenter of Mayan spirituality. Buried deep within the rainforest, the ruins include more than 3,000 structures where moss clings to the steps of ancient temples and plazas.