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Adventure, Exploration and Healing
with Mayan Elders

Grand Elder Don Alejandro, "Wandering Wolf", and other Mayan Elders will guide us on a magical journey through the Maya land in Guatemala, visiting the pyramids and ancient cities, participating in traditional Mayan fire ceremonies, experiencing sacred waters and lakes, exploring the sacred energies of the land, and answering your questions on their Sacred Calendar, the Tzolk'in, healing, arts, culture and the remarkable living history of the Maya.

  • Explore the ancient city, temples and pyramids of Tikal

  • Experience the natural beauty and healing power of the earth at ancient cities in Guatemala and Honduras

  • Be initiated in traditional fire ceremonies at Tikal, Copán and Lake Atitlan, the ancient center for the Mayan studies in mathematics and astronomy

  • Journey through untouched rain forests

  • Explore the ancient grounds in Copán, Honduras, some of the most preserved artifacts of the Mayan world.

  • Tour the natural beauty, art and colonial history of Antigua

  • Receive private readings from women or men Elders in the Maya tradition for healing, life purpose or insight


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Sacred Journey to the Land of the Maya
February 26th - March 10th, 2016

13 Days, 12 Nights

Cost: $3,495 U.S. per person 
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Adventure, exploration and healing with Mayan Elders through the Maya lands in Guatemala and Honduras, experiencing ancient cities, temples, traditional Mayan ceremonies and the magical energies of the land.

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Itinerary, Costs and Details

Natural Beauty

In our sacred adventures we explore destinations with the most spectacular and beautiful natural history in the world: virgin jungles intermingled with beautiful lakes, rivers and volcanoes; caves, valleys and ravines; mountains and plateaus. The ecosystems often contain countless species not found anywhere else today. Many of these natural regions are also sites of enormous archeological significance, centers where traditional indigenous cultures still offer ceremony at their sacred temples sublimely blended with nature’s lush beauty.

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