Tikal National Park, Guatemala

Tikal National Park, Guatemala, Guatemala

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Tikal and other Mayan Ruins, Tikal National Park, Guatemala travel blog

Tikal and other Mayan Ruins

A travel blog entry by hanscottclaire

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... , Mexico. The town of Palenque isn´t anything to write home about so I won´t. We stayed instead at the entrance to Palenque national park, in the middle of the jungle where they´ve built a series of sweet little cabins and an awesome bar/restaurant of ...

Ancient Ruins and Howler Monkeys, Tikal National Park, Guatemala travel blog

Ancient Ruins and Howler Monkeys

A travel blog entry by sherwoodk

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... ;      I sit outside my room at the Jungle Lodge, one of three hotels located inside of Tikal National Park. It's aptly named: in front of me lining the balcony stand towering flowers, and spindly howler monkeys deftly leap from ...

1,500 Years of Civilization Reflected in Stone, Tikal National Park, Guatemala travel blog

1,500 Years of Civilization Reflected in Stone

A travel blog entry by viajesyvinedos

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... the ancient stone remnants of Tikal solely in terms of its 4,000 structures interspersed across 1,200 hectares of rainforest. Rather, Tikal arguably embodies the principal political, economic and military kingdom of the Mayan epoch. Imagine - if you will ...

Showdown at dawn (or soon afterwards), Tikal, Guatemala travel blog

Showdown at dawn (or soon afterwards)

A travel blog entry by beardandblonde

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... a kick off, you have to use the town of Flores as a base before travelling the remaining xx to Tikal. Once within the parameters of the national park, 'official tour guides' required bribing to be granted access ahead of the official opening time, if you ...