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Adirondack Architectural Heritage (AARCH) goes to Guatemala- February 26—March 8, 2021
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Website: http://www.aarch.org

Adirondack Architectural Heritage (AARCH) goes  to Guatemala- February 26—March 8, 2021
On this eleven day guided journey we will explore the UNESCO World Heritage city of Antigua with its rich Spanish-influenced architecture, see Maya ruins, native villages around Lake Atitlan, and enjoy the food, music, arts, and people of this fascinating Central American country. The tour will be led by guide, author, and preservationist Elizabeth Bell and her professional Antigua Tours staff.

Guatemala is one of the most diverse and beautiful countries in Central America with its extraordinary landscapes and a civilization-spanning culture that reaches back centuries. On this outing, we will explore the best that Guatemala has to offer adventurous travelers, including the rich architecture and cultural life of the Spanish Colonial capital of Antigua, the Mayan ruins of Tikal, Iximché, and Uaxactun, and the native villages around stunning Lake Atitlan.

What Is Included? The tour cost includes: ten hotel overnights, 10 breakfasts, 7 lunches, and 6 dinners, all in-country transportation, admission fees, tips (for drivers, guides, bellboys, housekeepers, and wait staff), taxes, and special events.  The tour cost does not include air transportation to Guatemala, meals not specified, and other personal expenses.  

How Do I register? Please confirm your interest in this trip by emailing info@aarch.org or by mail by Sunday, March 2nd, 2020. Within your response please include a paragraph or two expressing why you are interested in this trip, along with any previous international travel experience. If you have traveled with us in the past to Cuba , Armenia, or Slovakia there is no need to include your past travel history. The trip is limited to 23 participants (plus AARCH staff members).  If we have more than 23 interested participants, we will choose participants through a lottery process.


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