36 days tour

Antigua To Panama City Travel Pass

This tour includes:


1 Panajachel Breakfast(s) 1 Panajachel Dinner(s) 1 San Jorge Breakfast(s) 1 San Jorge Dinner(s) 2 San Jose Breakfast(s) 2 San Jose Lunch(es) 1 San Jose Dinner(s) 2 Panama City Breakfast(s) 2 Panama City Lunch(es) 2 Panama City Dinner(s)


Semuc Champey & Kanba Caves Tour Pacaya Volcano Trek Copan Mayan Archaeological Experience Cerro Negro Volcano Boarding Isletas Day Trip Monteverde Canopy Zip-line Manuel Antonio National Park Day Trip San Jose Bites & Sights Experience Free Day Homestay, lake tour Homestay experience Maya communities lake tour (Boat trip around Lake Atitlan, Visit to indigenous communities San Pedro La Laguna, Santiago Atitlan and San Antonio Palopo) Ometepe Hiking Experience with professional guide Tortuguero boat and walking tours


Antigua to Panajachel Panajachel to Lanquin Lanquin to Antigua Antigua to Copan Copan to El Tunco El Tunco to Leon Leon to Granada Granada to San Jorge San Jorge to San Juan del Sur San Juan del Sur to Liberia Liberia to Monteverde Monteverde to Manuel Antonio Manuel Antonio to San Jose San Jose to Tortuguero Tortuguero to Puerto Viejo Puerto Viejo to Bocas del Toro Bocas del Toro to Panama City


No accommodation included throughout except for 5 nights accommodation during the following activities: *2 nights: Maya Homestay Experience 2D/1N with Maya Communities Lake Tour *1 night: Ometepe Homestay 2D/1N *1 night: Tortuguero National Park Adventure 2D/1N *2 nights: San Blas Chichime Islands Experience 3D/2N

Not included:


Certified local tourist guide


Transportation ($3 USD) Bottled water Small gift for local family (Please see suggested gifts in the text below) English speaking guide Lunch on lake tour (Please bring 10 USD with you for lunch) Souvenirs (consider bringing extra cash if you wish to purchase souvenirs) Lunch Tips for Guide Flashlight English-speaking guide Snacks & bottled water Optional hiking equipment rental Optional horseback ride Tips Meals Entrance fees Personal expenses Meals and drinks International and/or domestic flights Ferry tickets Other activities Meals not specified in the itinerary Travel insurance Personal expenses and gratuities Meals & Drinks Tips for Guides Optional Photos available for Purchase after the tour Others meals and drinks Other meals and drinks Airport transfers Entrance fee to Tortuguero National Park ($17 USD) Optional tours: Tortuguero museum and village tour ($1 USD) Green sea turtle nesting tour (seasonal - $42 USD) Costa Rica airport departure tax ($29 USD per person) Kuna's tax + port tax for tourists: $23 starting from 6 y.o. Optional Kuna Yala Village visit (approx. $20 USD) Drinks & snacks (recommended to bring) Snorkelling Gear


Flights are not included.


Other activities and services are not included.


Insurance is not included.

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Itinerary of your trip Antigua To Panama City Travel Pass

  • Day 1 Day 1: Panajachel, Guatemala
    • 12:00 am - 11:59 pm

      Day 1: Panajachel, Guatemala

      Transport: - Shuttle from Antigua to Panajachel. 3 hour(s).

  • Day 2 Day 2: San Jorge La Laguna, Guatemala
    • 12:00 am - 11:59 pm

      Day 2: San Jorge La Laguna, Guatemala

      Home Stay in San Jorge La Laguna (D)Upon arrival at Avenida Santander Zona 2 (next to Hotel Dos Mundos), you will be given instructions on how to take a public bus from Panajachel to reach the village where your host family lives, San Jorge La Laguna.The home stay will give you a genuine insight into the everyday lives of a local family during your trip by staying one or more more nights with a family from the Kakchiquel Indigenous group in San Jorge La Laguna. Maya Experience Home Stays has started this home stay program in the village to give something back to the communities around Lake Atitlan, and also to give you a very genuine experience of living with a Maya local family to experience their culture and customs. This experience is very new to the village and families who welcome foreigners into their homes. As a responsible traveler, we as guests must be aware of and sensitive to the culture by behaving respectfully during our time with the family and in the village.Although shy at first, the villagers are very friendly and welcoming people. Make sure you ask permission to take photos of the people in the village since the Mayan community commonly believes a photograph will steal their soul. You will most likely find the housing situation in San Jorge La Laguna rather basic but the reason for partcipating in this home stay is to enjoy a real insight into Guatemala, so you can experience the culture firsthand and interact with the local community on a personal basis. We hope that you enjoy this very unique experience.A small gift for the family would be a nice gesture of appreciation for the family welcoming you into their home. Cooking or kitchen materials such as pasta, rice, sugar, fruit, vegetables or kitchen utensils are very much appreciated ($3 USD per person approx). Other materials from your home country or children's books (coloring, basic English, workbooks, almanacs) would be a great addition to the family library.Upon arrival at Avenida Santander Zona 2 (next to Hotel Dos Mundos), you will be given instructions on how to take a public bus from Panajachel to reach the village where your host family lives, San Jorge La Laguna. Enjoy a genuine insight into the lives of locals with a fascinating homestay.

  • Day 3 Day 3: Panajachel, Guatemala
    • 12:00 am - 11:59 pm

      Day 3: Panajachel, Guatemala

      Boat Tour of Lake Atitlan with visits to indigenous villages. Return to Panajachel (B)You will have all the instructions on how to go from the Homestay to the meeting point. Then, you will hop in a boat for a tour of Lake Atitlan and a visit to its colorful indigenous villages.The word "atitlan" is translated from Maya as "the place where the rainbow gets its colors" and accordingly you will understand why so many people have been drawn to this magical lake for hundreds of years. Panajachel alone is an 800 year old town home to mostly Cachikel Maya and an increasing number foreigners from every corner of the globe, all coming together to soak up a piece of that serenity and originality that this place provides.You'll visit the following villages:San Pedro La Laguna, much like Panajachel has a large population of bohemian tourists and ex-pats, however the indigenous people of the town still preserve their original ways of life and wear traditional dress, remain very conservative and practice the same style of subsistence agriculture that their ancestors practiced years ago. Just outside of town coffee crops are cultivated on the mountain side and hard working farmers hike up and back on a daily basis to tend to their crops. Walk uphill towards the town center (away from the docks) and you will see a whole different side to this popular lakeside village.Santiago Atitlán is the largest of the communities around the lake with a population of over 32,000, 95% of which are indigenous Tz’utujils. Traditionally, it is fishing and farming town; it is also known for the manufacture of cayucos, wooden canoes. Directly from the dock, the main street leads visitors up to the main square where there is a vibrant and very lively indoor/outdoor marketplace where street hawkers target "gringos" as they wander by looking for good deals on original locally made souvenirs. Santiago is also home to a very interesting Maya/Catholic sacred statue called Maximon (also known as San Simon by the Spanish and Rilaj Maam by the Maya). All Guatemalan people worship this deity and go to him to ask for blessings or give offerings. During "Semana Santa" (Holy Week) in March/April, the statue is paraded around town and celebrations are held to worship this Guatemalan god. If you can, catch a glimpse of this interesting and very unique local custom.San Antonio Palopo is one of the most interesting villages around lake Atitlan and the best place to really get an idea for how these traditional indigenous towns used to feel. Walking through the village one can see people wearing intricately designed "huipiles" (woven tunics) and women weaving fabric made of wool and cotton. Take in the views of this tranquil town and imagine what the villagers' peaceful life is like living in adobe houses with tin roofs, farming and selling souvenirs to make a living. This is one of the best places to purchase a "huipil" traditional hand-woven tunic knowing that the profits are going straight to the villagers.You will be dropped off back in Panajachel when the tour is finished.Today, you will hop in a boat for a tour of Lake Atitlan and a visit to its colorful indigenous villages. You will be dropped off back in Panajachel when the tour is finished.

Experience Style

Experience Style


There will be challenging activities such as hiking, biking, canyoning and trekking, but you’re also going to have other means of transportation and relaxed moments to just chill.

Accomodation level

Accomodation level


This accommodation includes essential services like a hot shower, electricity, and a nice and comfy bed.

Experience Type

Experience Type

Small Group

You’ll be accompanied by a small group of travelers just like you.

Physical Rating

Physical Rating


There are several physical activities that last from 2 to 6 hours in easy terrains, low altitude flats, or water experiences. Please ask if you’re not sure this applies to you.

Age range

Age range

Min: 10 / Max: 99

Suitable age range for the experience. Minors must be accompanied by an adult.

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