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Belize. Belize Tikal Adventure

Prices and Included Services

2014 PRICES

Per Adult

Teens
(12-17)

Child
(Under 11)

$3,950 $3,450  $2,650


2015 PRICES

Per Adult

Teens
(12-17)

Child
(Under 11)

$3,950 $3,450  $2,650


Note: Departs with a minimum of 4 people paying full price.   Teens in a separate room (minimum 2 per room).  Children rates apply when sharing room with 2 parents and it is valid for maximum 2 children per room.  Private departure also available.  Price may be adjusted based on hotel availability and room category at the time of booking. Reserve 6 months in advance for best options, or 12 months ahead in peak season at year-end and spring break.



Included:

Services as specified in the itinerary above including accommodations, local land and air transportation, guided tours and excursions, park and entrance fees, meals as specified [B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner], airport & hotel transfers, Wildland Adventures travel consultation and pre-departure services.

Not Included:

International air transportation, border & airport taxes, tips and gratuities, optional or suggested services on your own, insurance of any kind, personal expenses, extra beverages & alcoholic drinks, medical costs, hospitalization and evacuation and any other extra expenses due to unanticipated changes in your itinerary for reasons beyond control. Meals, alcoholic drinks, souvenirs and other local and personal expenses not specified in the above itinerary are also not included. You will need to carry about $150-200 per person extra cash and/or credit cards to cover fees, taxes, tips and meals not included in your itinerary.
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"This was one of the best trips of our well-traveled lives. Our guides Luis and Rene, were fantastic - extremely knowledgeable, hard-working, engaged, and always willing to go an extra step to get us information, assistance, or that second look at a rare bird. Ni'tun Lodge is a magical place - very beautifully built and integrated into its rural setting." - George Wheeler and Michele Marincola, NY