Villa Maya

Address: Laguna Petenchel, Flores, Guatemala | 3 star villa
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This 3 star villa is located on Laguna Petenchel, Flores.
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    Travel Blogs from Flores

    Tikal - The ancient Mayan ruins

    A travel blog entry by shaunandlouise on Apr 02, 2015

    36 photos

    ... with 4 tall pyramid shaped Mayan temples and 1 more temple, the highest one, behind these. We climbed this temple which was hard going in the heat but well worth it for the breathtaking views up top. The trails walking around the ruins were nice with monkeys jumping from tree to tree over us.

    Overall a very enjoyable day trip but a tad pricey at 15 per person. Still definitely worth the money! The pictures show it all, enjoy!


    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Mar 25, 2015

    ... mist to burn off here. And I don't know if the sun even rises over the temples like Angkor Wat or just over the jungle. I eventually opted for an "early bird" tour. I get in for gate opening at 6am, and have several different bus options to come back to town if I wanna stay longer. I've also opted for a guided tour. I usually shun them, but in this instance it only pushes the price up by 25Q to 95Q, meaning if it's rubbish I can just bail with no major ...

    We found it!

    A travel blog entry by abcaplan on Mar 08, 2015

    7 photos

    ... suits and white shirts. After a space there was another band and behind them was a platform with a statue of Mary carried by young girls in black skirts, white blouses and black veils. Lining the route were other girls ready to take over the carrying task. At the very end was a dump truck and front end loader picking up the remains of the street decorations. And of course, there were people ...


    A travel blog entry by shirtz on Feb 14, 2015

    19 photos

    ... some tribal dirt face paint we grabbbed our candles and headed into the cave. There was quite a bit of swimmimg climbing and jumping which made it a blast. After that it was time to jump off the rope swing (massive fail) and the bridge (win). Next it was off upstream to the actual pools. after a hike to the top to see them and work up a sweat i raced down to jump in. The colours were amazing. Wish i had some good camera gear.
    Next stop was antigua. A few days ...

    Tickling tarantulas in Tikal

    A travel blog entry by themcgee on Feb 13, 2015

    10 photos

    ... br>
    I managed to end up in some sort of hippie, restaurant called San Telmo - you know the sort, all fancy candles, beads everywhere and loads of graffiti that doubles as art. Settled on the grilled chicken and rice which turned out to be outstanding. Only drawback of the night was that there appeared to be only one chef and it took so long, it nearly did double as breakfast. However I do recommend their grub.

    At least gives you time to build an appetite.