This site impresses me every single time I go there. Tikal is a massive Mayan archaeological site located in Peten, Guatemala. I'm told that some 250,000 people once inhabited this area. The Mayans were definitely very advanced and highly motivated. This time Roam Belize was my guiding service. I'll give credit to them for a well run and impressive little expedition.
Tikal Archaeological Site in Peten, GuatemalaIt's fascinating to see massive structures put up by hand over 1,000 years ago without the use of metal or the wheel. These were some damned determined people. Tikal Archaeological Site in Peten, GuatemalaThis is what remains of what used to be colourfully adorned stucco buildings with thatch roofs. Tikal Archaeological Site in Peten, GuatemalaThis is the sacred tree to the Maya. The crown represented the heavens and the broad deep roots represented the underworld. Tikal Archaeological Site in Peten, GuatemalaTwo guests of Roam Belize explore the ruins up close and personal. The beauty of this type of tour is that it's led by your personal Guatemalan guide for the park and Roam Belize.