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Guatemala Increíble

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Guatemala Increíble

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Guatemala Increíble

Overview

Inspired by many incredible places in Guatemala and its wonderful people, this adventure travel experience takes you above and beyond as you marvel at Mayan ruins, natural wonders, and colonial cities.

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Inspired by many incredible places in Guatemala and its wonderful people, this adventure travel experience takes you above and beyond as you marvel at Mayan ruins, natural wonders, and colonial cities.

Arrive in the lively town of San Ignacio, Belize, near the Guatemalan border. Your Inspirit guide will welcome you and get you settled in before you head out to explore. The next day, cross the border into Guatemala to one of the most magnificent archaeological sites in Latin America, Tikal. Enjoy a guided tour of the spectacular Mayan temples rising above the lush jungle canopy.

Later, board a local bus and travel to Uaxactún, a remote Mayan community, for the glamping experience of a lifetime. You’ll spend the night at a tented camp amidst ancient ruins and enjoy a guided nocturnal jungle walk. Rise early the next morning to spot exotic birds and wildlife, then dig into a delicious breakfast back at the campsite. Later, find out what makes chewing gum so chewy from the people who first produced it. Then, ride back to Tikal and on to Flores Island. Located on Guatemala’s second largest lake, Lake Petén Itzá, Flores Island is home to a quaint little town. After a guided orientation walk, enjoy a free evening to explore the island’s many restaurants and cafes.

Prepare for a day of travel over picturesque terrain as you make your way to the charming town of Lanquin and spend a relaxing evening at your lodge. The next destination on this exciting Guatemala adventure tour is the Semuc Champey National Monument, a natural limestone bridge towering over the powerful waters of the Rio Cahabón. Undertake an optional strenuous hike to a viewpoint for breathtaking views of the surrounding area. Make your way back to Lanquin in time to explore the town’s limestone caves, home to thousands of fruit bats.

Another day of travel will bring you to Antigua Guatemala. Upon arrival in Antigua, your Inspirit guide will suggest restaurants and night life in this buzzing city. On the final day of your exciting Guatemala adventure, enjoy a guided Streets and Eats experience where you’ll sample some of the country’s best street foods. Later, spend the final day of your adventure vacation exploring the historic buildings and farmer’s markets, and say goodbye to your fellow travelers.

This bestselling Central America itinerary includes incredible once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Leaving the usual gringo trail behind, you’ll be treated to temple-top views over lush jungle vegetation as far as the eyes can see, with the main temples of Tikal rising out of the trees in the far distance, while you listen to the thrilling sounds of the jungle.

You’ll savor local food in the surreal setting of a candle-lit dinner with ancient Mayan temples surrounding you. You’ll experience first-hand the local culture and the friendly Maya Itza people. And you’ll find out where the ingredients of your chewing gum come from.

Be amazed by jewels along the way, such as the stunning natural pools of Semuc Champey. Hike in a cloud forest to look for the elusive quetzal and colorful macaws. Wander the cobblestone streets of Antigua and fuel up on street food in the historic capital city on this amazing Guatemala adventure vacation which really does take you to the top places in Guatemala.

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8Days

$ 799

International airfare to Central America not included

Available dates

What's included on this trip?

Inspirit trip leader

7 nights accommodation

All transportation

Explorer walks, cultural experiences, and activities as indicated

Culinary experiences as mentioned

Expert local team

Start country

Belize

End country

Guatemala

Physical rating

Normal

Group size

16 Maximum

Trip code

BZGTA

Minimum age

18

Maximum age

39

Your journey

Itinerary

Day 1 - Arrivals into San Ignacio, Belize

Get ready for a full dose of authentic Guatemala as you settle into your hotel in the colorful mountain town of San Ignacio, Belize, near the Guatemalan border. Your adventure kicks in tomorrow when you'll explore incredible Mayan ruins, climb ancient temples, and even camp out among them. You'll also be visiting turquoise, forest-shrouded pools, take a dip in a clear-blue jungle stream, and trek through the cobblestone…

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Get ready for a full dose of authentic Guatemala as you settle into your hotel in the colorful mountain town of San Ignacio, Belize, near the Guatemalan border. Your adventure kicks in tomorrow when you'll explore incredible Mayan ruins, climb ancient temples, and even camp out among them. You'll also be visiting turquoise, forest-shrouded pools, take a dip in a clear-blue jungle stream, and trek through the cobblestone streets of colonial Antigua as you immerse in the Guatemalan lifestyle, past and present.

Today just explore charming San Ignacio and refresh at one of its cafés or restaurants, which offer a range of choices for authentic local dishes. Depending on your arrival time, you may want to book an excursion to a nearby eco-tourism destination.

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Day 1 - Arrivals into San Ignacio, Belize

Get ready for a full dose of authentic Guatemala as you settle into your hotel in the colorful mountain town of San Ignacio, Belize, near the Guatemalan border. Your adventure kicks in tomorrow when you'll explore incredible Mayan ruins, climb ancient temples, and even camp out among them. You'll also be visiting turquoise, forest-shrouded pools, take a dip in a clear-blue jungle stream, and trek through the cobblestone streets of colonial Antigua as you immerse in the Guatemalan lifestyle, past and present.

Today just explore charming San Ignacio and refresh at one of its cafés or restaurants, which offer a range of choices for authentic local dishes. Depending on your arrival time, you may want to book an excursion to a nearby eco-tourism destination.

Arrivals into San Ignacio, Belize

Explore San Ignacio and meet your Inspirit Guide

Venus Hotel or similar

Day 2 - Tikal National Park & Uaxactún Tented Camp

After breakfast, we'll be crossing the border into Guatemala, the land of eternal spring! Our first stop is one of the best known and most magical of Mayan archaeological sites: Tikal. Explore the ancient ruins, following in the footsteps of Mayan elites, as you discover truly breathtaking temples soaring high above the lush jungle canopy.

From Tikal, climb aboard a local bus t…

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After breakfast, we'll be crossing the border into Guatemala, the land of eternal spring! Our first stop is one of the best known and most magical of Mayan archaeological sites: Tikal. Explore the ancient ruins, following in the footsteps of Mayan elites, as you discover truly breathtaking temples soaring high above the lush jungle canopy.

From Tikal, climb aboard a local bus to venture deeper into the jungle, to the remote Mayan community of Uaxactún, which surrounds ruins of the same name. En route we stop at an amazing lookout point with views over endless miles of jungle. Even the main temples of Tikal can be seen in the distance!

Our glamping experience of a lifetime follows as you stay overnight among temples in a tented camp within the Uaxactún ruins. Enjoy a candle-lit dinner prepared by a local family and served at the site's astrological complex. Afterward, follow your guide on a nighttime jungle walk, searching for nocturnal wildlife such as owls, bats, possums, and strange insects that only come out at night.

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Day 2 - Tikal National Park & Uaxactún Tented Camp

After breakfast, we'll be crossing the border into Guatemala, the land of eternal spring! Our first stop is one of the best known and most magical of Mayan archaeological sites: Tikal. Explore the ancient ruins, following in the footsteps of Mayan elites, as you discover truly breathtaking temples soaring high above the lush jungle canopy.

From Tikal, climb aboard a local bus to venture deeper into the jungle, to the remote Mayan community of Uaxactún, which surrounds ruins of the same name. En route we stop at an amazing lookout point with views over endless miles of jungle. Even the main temples of Tikal can be seen in the distance!

Our glamping experience of a lifetime follows as you stay overnight among temples in a tented camp within the Uaxactún ruins. Enjoy a candle-lit dinner prepared by a local family and served at the site's astrological complex. Afterward, follow your guide on a nighttime jungle walk, searching for nocturnal wildlife such as owls, bats, possums, and strange insects that only come out at night.

Private and public transportation to Uaxactún via Tikal National Park

Guided tour of Tikal ruins

Special dinner in the ruins & Creatures of the Night walk

Uaxactún Tented Camp

Day 3 - Uaxactún Maya Community & Flores Island

Early risers can take part in sunrise birding and wildlife spotting, bright and early when the jungle stirs to life. For all others, after breakfast at the campsite, we explore the ancient Mayan temples and present-day community. Uaxactún was once a main producer of chewing gum (“chicle”); the old Wrigley's airstrip divides the village and ruins. To this day, chewing gum production continues, and the community also…

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Early risers can take part in sunrise birding and wildlife spotting, bright and early when the jungle stirs to life. For all others, after breakfast at the campsite, we explore the ancient Mayan temples and present-day community. Uaxactún was once a main producer of chewing gum (“chicle”); the old Wrigley's airstrip divides the village and ruins. To this day, chewing gum production continues, and the community also sustainably farms and exports ornamental plants from the surrounding jungle.

After lunch we ride in open pickup trucks back to Tikal, and by shuttle to Flores Island. Flores is located in Lake Petén Itzá, the second-largest lake of Guatemala. Enjoy the charming little island town with an orientation walk with your guide. The rest of the evening is free for you to explore the island. Your guide will recommend restaurants and cafés.

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Day 3 - Uaxactún Maya Community & Flores Island

Early risers can take part in sunrise birding and wildlife spotting, bright and early when the jungle stirs to life. For all others, after breakfast at the campsite, we explore the ancient Mayan temples and present-day community. Uaxactún was once a main producer of chewing gum (“chicle”); the old Wrigley's airstrip divides the village and ruins. To this day, chewing gum production continues, and the community also sustainably farms and exports ornamental plants from the surrounding jungle.

After lunch we ride in open pickup trucks back to Tikal, and by shuttle to Flores Island. Flores is located in Lake Petén Itzá, the second-largest lake of Guatemala. Enjoy the charming little island town with an orientation walk with your guide. The rest of the evening is free for you to explore the island. Your guide will recommend restaurants and cafés.

Uaxactún Past & Present ruins and community tour

Public and private transportation to Flores

Flores City Explorer

Hotel Casona de la Isla or similar

Day 4 - Overland to Lanquin Village

Settle in for a day of travel, enjoying the scenic flatlands and rolling limestone mountains of the Verapaz region.

Upon arrival at Lanquín, chill out at your lodge in the evening and explore the charming little town by night.

Day 4 - Overland to Lanquin Village

Settle in for a day of travel, enjoying the scenic flatlands and rolling limestone mountains of the Verapaz region.

Upon arrival at Lanquín, chill out at your lodge in the evening and explore the charming little town by night.

Transfer to Lanquin

Lanquin Village Explorer at dusk

El Retiro Lodge or similar

Day 5 - Semuc Champey Natural Wonder

Today your adventure begins in back of a pickup truck with panoramic views of hills and river valleys en route to Semuc Champey National Monument. One of the most spectacular natural formations in Latin Amercia, Semuc Champey (Maya for “where the river hides under the stones”) is formed by a natural limestone bridge under which the powerful Rio Cahabón flows.

Follow your guide on a strenuous jungle trail (optiona…

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Today your adventure begins in back of a pickup truck with panoramic views of hills and river valleys en route to Semuc Champey National Monument. One of the most spectacular natural formations in Latin Amercia, Semuc Champey (Maya for “where the river hides under the stones”) is formed by a natural limestone bridge under which the powerful Rio Cahabón flows.

Follow your guide on a strenuous jungle trail (optional) to a breathtaking lookout point featuring stunning views of the pools and surrounding mountains. After the visual feast, reward yourself with a swim in the cool, crystalline waters and marvel in the surreal setting that surrounds you. On the way back, visit an indigenous family to learn how to roast cacao beans and make your own delicious chocolate, a hands-on experience that supports local families!

Arrive in Lanquín in time to explore the nearby limestone cave system, and watch thousands of fruit bats flutter out of the gaping formations as night falls.

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Day 5 - Semuc Champey Natural Wonder

Today your adventure begins in back of a pickup truck with panoramic views of hills and river valleys en route to Semuc Champey National Monument. One of the most spectacular natural formations in Latin Amercia, Semuc Champey (Maya for “where the river hides under the stones”) is formed by a natural limestone bridge under which the powerful Rio Cahabón flows.

Follow your guide on a strenuous jungle trail (optional) to a breathtaking lookout point featuring stunning views of the pools and surrounding mountains. After the visual feast, reward yourself with a swim in the cool, crystalline waters and marvel in the surreal setting that surrounds you. On the way back, visit an indigenous family to learn how to roast cacao beans and make your own delicious chocolate, a hands-on experience that supports local families!

Arrive in Lanquín in time to explore the nearby limestone cave system, and watch thousands of fruit bats flutter out of the gaping formations as night falls.

Pick-up truck transfer to Semuc Champey

Semuc Champey National Monument tour

Artisanal chocolate workshop

El Retiro Lodge or similar

Day 6 - Overland to Antigua

We’ll get an early start this morning on our second and last long day of travel. Guatemala’s Spanish colonial gem, Antigua Guatemala, awaits us!

Upon arrival in Antigua, your Inspirit guide will provide a crash course about this fascinating place, give you suggestions about restaurants and night life, and help you arrange any optional activities for the next day.Read more

We’ll get an early start this morning on our second and last long day of travel. Guatemala’s Spanish colonial gem, Antigua Guatemala, awaits us!

Upon arrival in Antigua, your Inspirit guide will provide a crash course about this fascinating place, give you suggestions about restaurants and night life, and help you arrange any optional activities for the next day.

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Day 6 - Overland to Antigua

We’ll get an early start this morning on our second and last long day of travel. Guatemala’s Spanish colonial gem, Antigua Guatemala, awaits us!

Upon arrival in Antigua, your Inspirit guide will provide a crash course about this fascinating place, give you suggestions about restaurants and night life, and help you arrange any optional activities for the next day.

Transfer to Antigua Guatemala

Hotel Posada Los Búcaros or similar

Day 7 - Antigua Guatemala with Streets & Eats Tour

Most of the day is reserved for you to explore the scenic town on your own or to enjoy whatever optional activities appeal to you.  We all meet up in the late afternoon for a Streets & Eats experience, sampling some of Antigua’s best street food.

Later on, enjoy the magic of sunset from one of the many rooftop cafés and bars, and then take a nighttime stroll along Anti…

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Most of the day is reserved for you to explore the scenic town on your own or to enjoy whatever optional activities appeal to you.  We all meet up in the late afternoon for a Streets & Eats experience, sampling some of Antigua’s best street food.

Later on, enjoy the magic of sunset from one of the many rooftop cafés and bars, and then take a nighttime stroll along Antigua’s lively cobblestone streets for a farewell evening/night.

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Day 7 - Antigua Guatemala with Streets & Eats Tour

Most of the day is reserved for you to explore the scenic town on your own or to enjoy whatever optional activities appeal to you.  We all meet up in the late afternoon for a Streets & Eats experience, sampling some of Antigua’s best street food.

Later on, enjoy the magic of sunset from one of the many rooftop cafés and bars, and then take a nighttime stroll along Antigua’s lively cobblestone streets for a farewell evening/night.

Explore Antigua Guatemala with optional activities

Antigua "Streets & Easts" street-food tasting tour

Hotel Posada Los Búcaros or similar

Day 8 - Antigua Guatemala Departures

Our Guatemala adventure ends today, but there’s much more to do if you can stay longer. Your Inspirit guide can recommend the best activities and lodging based on your preferences and budget.

Day 8 - Antigua Guatemala Departures

Our Guatemala adventure ends today, but there’s much more to do if you can stay longer. Your Inspirit guide can recommend the best activities and lodging based on your preferences and budget.

Antigua Guatemala departures

Trip Information

Arrival - San Ignacio, Belize

Closest Airport: Belize City, Philip S.W. Goldson International Airport - BZE

Meeting Point: San Ignacio, Belize - Venus Hotel, 29 Burns Avenue, San Ignacio, Belize

Tel: +501 824-3203

It’s a 1.5 hour ride to the hotel.  To start off your experience on the right foot, take advantage and book the transfer to hotel by using one of our trusted drivers. Please let us know if you wish to do so. Opting for an Uber is an alternative or if you plan to take a taxi make sure you agree clearly on the price before you hop in one!

Arrive at any time on Day 1 (Saturday). Our service starts with a night at the hotel. Our guide is available throughout the day and is happy to help you get settled and make you feel at home right away. We meet at 7 pm at the hotel reception for an informal group dinner outing. It's a good chance to meet your guide and fellow travelers to connect and have fun!

Departure  – Antigua Guatemala

Closest Airport: Guatemala City, La Aurora International Airport - GUA

End Point: Antigua Guatemala - Hotel Los Bucaros

Hotel address: Los Nazarenos Street, Antigua, Guatemala

Tel: +502 7832 2346

It’s a 60 minute ride to the airport. End your adventure hassle free by using one of our trusted drivers for your airport transfer.  Please let us know if you would like to book this. Opting for an Uber is an alternative or if you plan to take a taxi make sure you agree clearly on the price before you hop in one!

Depart at any time on day 8 (Saturday). Our guide is available throughout the day to assist in any way. If you like/are staying longer we are happy to assist in any way. Please let us know.

Temperatures

In Central America temperatures can vary significantly depending on time of year and altitudes. Use the guidelines below so you can adjust your packing list accordingly.

This trip visits the following climate zones:

Highlands

Temperatures on the highland plateaus are generally warm during the day and cool to cold at night. Daytime maximum Temperatures can range from 29 degrees Celsius / 84 Fahrenheit to 5 degrees Celsius 42 Fahrenheit at nighttime.

Coastal/Lowlands

In the coastal region and adjoining lowlands it is usually hot during the day and warm at night. Day time maximum Temperatures can range from 40 degrees Celsius / Fahrenheit to 104 Fahrenheit to 10 degrees Celsius 50 Fahrenheit at nighttime.

Physical Rating

Use the physical rating to help you decide if a particular trip is right for you.

This trip is rated: Normal

This is your regular everyday type of physical activity. There may be some physical aspects of the trip, but nothing that should require specific training in advance. We walk a lot on our trips. We climb hills, temples, and negotiate uneven surfaces. Paths are generally unpaved, and even pavements may feel “off road” in most places we visit. Good, sturdy footwear is required.

Additional Activities

When designing our itineraries, we look for that perfect balance of included activities and free time. Our general rule is to include the best value-for-money activities each day, allowing you to experience the “must-see-and-do’s,” or simply giving you a flavor for the local culture and nature. We also want you to enjoy a hassle free vacation, and not have to worry about searching for local activities each day of your trip. Generally, there is usually one day, maybe two, on each of our week-long trips that include some free time for booking additional activities. This is generally in the larger cities, beach destinations, or tourist hotspots, where there are many local activities and adventures to choose from. Do keep in mind that additional activities are optional, and it is totally up to you how to use that time best for yourself. Sometimes the best activity is no activity at all. Find a hammock and chill!

This trip has free time in the following destinations:

  • Antigua Guatemala

Things to do in:

Antigua Guatemala

  • Santo Domingo Monastery Hotel ($0)
  • Macadamia Farm ($5)
  • Spanish Classes ($8 per hour)
  • Salsa Lessons ($7 per hour)
  • Chocolate Workshop ($25)
  • Pacaya Volcano ($25)
  • Acatenango Volcano ($60)

(Prices are in USD and are for reference only as these are not operated directly by Inspirit)

 

General information

Inspirit Welcome Meeting

Our welcome meeting takes place in the morning of Day 2 of each itinerary. You’ll have a chance to meet your fellow travelers as well as your guide. Get acquainted with an overview of the itinerary, destinations visited, the Inspirit travel style, and many more details on the experiences to come. Ask any questions you may have, and let the fun begin!

For those traveling on combination trips, you’ll have the opportunity to join the meeting each week and help welcome any new passengers that are joining the trip.

Emergency contact information

For any emergencies that cannot be immediately handled with the assistance of your trip leader, our operations staff is on call 24/7. You can call / SMS  / Whatsapp / on +506 7025 9328 (Costa Rica). For local calls within Costa Rica you do not need to add the +506 country code.

Eating/dietary preferences

The food is local and delicious! Our guides will always suggest locally owned restaurants and will take you to the best value-for-your-money places we have found. A wide variety of options are available to cater for different tastes and dietary requirements. Outside of the more developed areas, it can be a challenge to cater to very specialised diets, but the locals are friendly and accommodating and will always make sure that you find enough to eat!

Water

In most areas we visit, it is not advisable to drink water from the tap (except Costa Rica). We provide you with refillable water bottles that we use throughout the trip, refilling them along the way from purified sources -- such as at your hotel, or at restaurants we visit along the route. Our aim here is to avoid single-use plastic bottles and containers to reduce our impact on the environment.

Money

Payments are best made by major credit cards. Visa is the most widely accepted card in the region. We recommend bringing emergency cash (around $300), as sometimes ATMs can be hard to find in rural areas, or the one ATM in town could be out of service.

Tour guide

Our trip leaders are Central America locals, and all are licensed tour guides in their country of origin and experts in their field. They are fun, charismatic, highly organized, and dynamic individuals with a passion for travel. Trained in areas of safety, group dynamics, effective communication, and much more, our leaders are ready to deal with any challenges that might arise on a trip.

Fellow travelers

Inspirit travelers are probably a lot like you. No matter your age, you are young at heart and have an adventurous spirit. You are interested in discovering new places, meeting new people, and having a ton of fun along the way.

Luggage

We recommend that you pack as lightly as possible. Backpacks are better than large suitcases, as we may be carrying our bags onto public buses where space is limited. Sometimes we may need to walk for a while over uneven surfaces to get between transportation hubs to to our hotel.

Keep the weight under 44 pounds (20kg). An additional day-pack is essential for excursions and transfers. Your main backpack may get stored on the roof of the bus, or in the luggage hold underneath, so you’ll want a smaller backpack that you can carry with you to keep your essential items safe. It’s a good idea to bring a TSA approved padlock to keep your bags secure.


Packing List

Things to bring to help reduce our eco footprint:

  • Refillable coffee mug (one that is easy to travel with)
  • Reusable food storage container (think Tupperware) for transporting foods you may buy en route
  • Towel
  • Organic soap and shampoo
  • Biodegradable washing detergent (if you plan to wash clothes en-route -- note: laundry services are available in most places)

Recommended:

  • Toiletries
  • Personal items such as prescriptions, medicine, etc.
  • Sun protection (SPF 50+), sunglasses, lip balm, after-sun moisturizer
  • Insect repellent and insect bite cream
  • Eye mask and ear plugs
  • Antibacterial gel and or hand wipes
  • First-aid kit
  • Just-in-case kit with aspirin, anti-diarrhea medication, etc
  • Smartphone – as if you would forget!
  • Electrical adapter (if your devices don't plug into North American outlets)
  • Flashlight or headlamp (small rechargeable one)
  • Sweater/microfleece
  • Long-sleeve top
  • Long trousers (zip-off trousers are very versatile)
  • Jeans/trousers/shorts
  • T-shirts/cotton shirts
  • Good all-terrain walking shoes
  • Sandals/tevas (with a strap)
  • Socks/underwear
  • Waterproof and windproof jacket

ATTENTION: Be sure to bring clothing that covers your knees and shoulders for visits to religious sites and during travel on public transportation (in case of chills from the AC). Avoid any kind of provocative clothing, such as military style, and shirts / jackets with slogans or images that may be offensive in the countries you visit.

Optional

  • Camera equipment
  • Spare batteries/chargers
  • Books, etc
  • Travel pillow
  • Flip-flops

Safety Guidelines

Cash: Bring small bills (No larger than USDS 20s). Most activities can be paid by credit card.

Credit cards: Do not write down passwords / PINs.

Out and about: Use common sense, take a taxi back if it's late, do not accept any drinks or rides from strangers.

Travel insurance

You must have travel insurance to participate in any Inspirit trip. Insurance must cover personal injury and emergency medical expenses, with a minimum coverage to include medical, evacuation, and repatriation. Insurance must cover all dates of travel with Inspirit.

Proof of insurance must be provided prior to the start of any trip. Without proof of insurance, you will not be allowed to participate in the trip.

We strongly encourage you to purchase additional insurance that covers trip cancellation, curtailment, and loss, damage, injury, delay, or inconvenience while traveling.

Transport

Our trips use a mix of private and public transportation. We may be in minibuses, inter-city coaches, local “chicken buses,” or taxis. We may also use water taxis, ferries, and local flights.

Responsible travel

As you see in our packing list, we strive to protect the natural surroundings that make our destinations so special. Our travel style incorporates environmental responsibility to minimize our carbon footprint wherever we go. Leading by example, we also educate our local partners about how they can make small but important changes in their day-to-day activities that will benefit the environment.

You can help by bringing a reusable mug for warm drinks, small bags for market purchases, and a reusable container (Tupperware style) for food. We provide you with a durable water bottle to refill throughout your trip, and we may even try some local eco-hacks such as eating off a banana-leaf instead of a plate made from Styrofoam! Check our packing list and please do your part to help us reduce our impact on the environment.

Fair play

Inspirit retains the right to dismiss from a trip any passenger for reasons affecting their own safety, the safety, well-being, and enjoyment of fellow travelers, or the safe and effective operation of the trip. Non-compliance with local laws and regulations of the countries and regions visited, or Inspirit’s own responsible travel policies, may also warrant dismissal. Refunds for unused services or costs related to travel arrangements required as a result of trip dismissal will not be provided. 

Travelers are responsible for costs incurred by Inspirit or Inspirit’s suppliers for property damage, destruction, or theft they cause while on a trip.

Medical

Inspirit does not provide medical advice, and travelers are responsible for assessing the risks and responsibilities of each aspect of a trip to determine whether it is suitable for them. Travelers should seek their physician’s advice on all medical matters, including travel precautions and vaccinations.

Inspirit trips may visit remote regions in developing areas, where medical care may not meet the standards of those found in a traveler’s home country.

In consideration of the safety and enjoyment of all travelers and the safe operation of a trip, pre-existing medical conditions that may impact a traveler’s ability to participate in any aspect of a trip, including pregnancy, must be disclosed at the time of booking.

Inspirit reserves the right to deny permission to travel or participate in any aspect of a trip at any time where Inspirit determines that a physical or mental condition represents a danger to the traveler or to others.

Age

Travellers under the age of 18 on the date of arrival are considered minors and must be accompanied by an adult. The minimum age for travel on any trip, unless otherwise specified, is 15 years. All bookings including minors are subject to approval, and accompaniment or written consent by a parent or legal guardian is required.

There is no upper age limit for our trips.

Changes

Where reasonably required an itinerary may need to be modified either before or after departure. If a change affects at least one in three full days of the itinerary (a major change), Inspirit will provide notice as soon as reasonably possible before departure. In the event of a major change, travelers may accept the change or request a full refund of the land-only portion of their trip.

Once a trip has departed, unforeseen circumstances may present operational concerns, or concerns for the health, safety, and well-being of passengers, and may require an itinerary change. Travelers are responsible for incidental expenses during a trip, including expenses arising from a change of itinerary. Inspirit will not be liable for losses associated with itinerary changes.

Flexibility

Travelers acknowledge that any foreign travel may require a certain amount of flexibility, and some changes or adjustments to the trip itinerary, schedule, activities, modes of transport, or other may be reasonably accepted due to local circumstances.

Risk

Travelers acknowledge that trips operated and sold by Inspirit are adventurous by nature, and participation involves a significant amount of risk to their personal health and safety. In full consideration and acknowledgment of the inherent risks involved in foreign adventure travel and participation in adventurous activities, especially in a foreign country that may not have the same standards of hygiene, accommodation, transportation, medical care, and other infrastructure as a traveler’s home country, travelers assume full responsibility for all such risk and release Inspirit from any and all claims and causes of action arising from loss, damage, injury, or death resulting from these inherent risks.

Travelers acknowledge that the degree of risk depends on the specific activity booked, and activities of a physical nature, extreme sports, or other high-risk activities, whether included on an Inspirit trip, or suggested by an Inspirit trip leader or other representative of Inspirit, may add additional risk.

Travelers must take all measures to help ensure their own safety by proper use of safety devices (seatbelts, harnesses, flotation devices, helmets, etc.) and obey all health and safety warnings, either written or verbal.

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