Guatemala, Air, 4 Nights, From $729
Explore both Guatemala City and the village of Chichicastenango with this four-night travel deal.
The Real Deal Vacation package to Guatemala includes round-trip airfare between Miami and Guatemala City on Taca International Airlines (or other available carrier); four nights' accommodations, including three nights at Barceló Guatemala City and one night at Mayan Inn in Chichicastenango; guided sightseeing tours in Guatemala City and through the markets of Chichicastenango; entrance fees; all transportation; daily breakfast; air and hotel taxes. From $729 per person for a four-night trip including hotel and air taxes and fees, plus arrival and departure taxes of about $6 per person.
When Sept. 13, 27, Oct. 11, Nov. 8, Dec. 6, 2013 ($729); add $30 for Oct. 25, Nov. 22; add $40 for Dec. 27.
Gateways Miami ($729); additional gateway cities are also available.
The Fine Print The price does not include international arrival and departure taxes of about $6 per person. Based on double occupancy. Read these guidelines before booking any Real Deal.
Book By No deadline; subject to availability.
Why It's A Deal On a recent Kayak search, we found round-trip airfare between Miami and Guatemala City for $500 per person in mid-September (American Airlines). Add that to about $156 per person for a three-night stay at Barceló Guatemala City and about $69 per person for the overnight stay at Mayan Inn, and you'd pay at least $725 for airfare and hotels alone if you booked this trip independently. For just $4 more, this travel package also gets you guided tours, entry fees, and covers all transportation, taxes, and fees.
More Several optional tours are available for an additional cost, including a half-day guided tour of Guatemala City for $27 per person, a traditional Guatemalan dinner for $39 per person, and a full-day tour of Tikal National Park for $339 per person.
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