Guatemala, Air, 5 Nights, From $936
This vacation package to Guatemala gives you time to explore Antigua, Lake Atitlán, and Guatemala City.
The Real Deal Vacation package includes airfare from Washington, D.C. (Dulles) to Guatemala City on Copa Airlines, two nights in Antigua at Hotel El Mesón de María, two nights in Lake Atitlán at the Posada Santiago Hotel, one night in Guatemala City at the San Gregorio Hotel & Spa, private transportation between cities, and daily breakfast at the Antigua and Guatemala City hotels, from $936 per person including all hotel and air taxes and fees.
When Ongoing; package price based on an April 3, 2013 arrival date.
Gateways Washington, D.C. ($936); additional gateway cities are also available.
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Why It's a Deal A recent Kayak search shows the lowest round-trip airfare between Washington, D.C. (Dulles) and Guatemala City starts at $551 in early April (United Airlines). Add to that $85 per person without taxes for two nights at Hotel El Mesón de María, $75 per person including taxes for two nights at the Posada Santiago Hotel, and $61 per person without taxes for one night at the San Gregario Hotel & Spa, and you're already spending $772. You would also have to pay $45 per person for a taxi from Antigua to Lake Atitlán, and $60 per person for a taxi from Lake Atitlán to Guatemala City, making your total $877. For $59 more than that, this travel package gives you the same perks, plus daily breakfast at the Antigua and Guatemala City hotels, and includes all taxes and fees.
More Add an extra night in Antigua for from $47 per person, an extra night in Lake Atitlán for from $67 more per person, or an extra night in Guatemala City for from $54 more per person.
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