Tikal National Park


If you want to experience something different that moves your soul and your spirit, you should consider visiting Tikal National Park. Where you can cover the entire


park in one or two days, but the short experience will be forever etched in your memory.

Many people visit the Tikal National Park, due to its impressive ruins. The place was once a rich old metropolis with over one hundred thousand citizens. This is where the powerful Jaguar clan lords have lived. The place was built by the ancient Mayans long ago, around 600 BC. When you visit the site, you will be amazed by the ruins include palaces, plazas, terraces, ball games, track, ceremonial platforms, temples, and even steam. There are over 3,000 structures in ruins in the park, giving evidence

Tikal National Park
Tikal National Park

that thousands of years ago ancient people had lived in this area. This place is a paradise for lovers of archeology and history.
Apart from the ruins, the site also has a lush foliage and interesting animals around the ruins. You will hear cries and screams of animals along with the trees swaying in the wind whispering in their ears. The place is a cacophony of rich natural sounds. The place is surrounded by dense trees and different animals such as toucans, deer, macaws, parrots, coatis, and even a jaguar, if you’re really lucky.
Once you finish exploring Tikal National Park, you can take a break from the city of Flores, a place with a panoramic view located only a half hour drive from National Park.