Cycle Guatemala, Honduras & El Salvador


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Cycle three Central American countries, starting and finishing in Antigua


Duration: 15 Days
Starts in: Guatemala
Group Size: 5-16

Operated by:

Exodus Travels

The original adventure and activity holiday company specializing in cultural, walking, cycling, winter and wildlife adventures.


Arrive Guatemala; transfer to Antigua

Cycle around Antigua; coffee tour and free afternoon

Transfer to San Jose de Caldera; ride around Acatenango Volcano, finish in San Lucas Toliman. 

Cycle around Lake Atitlan; boat trip to explore villages, visit Maximon shrine. 

Morning ride to Cocales; transfer to Pacaya; volcano hike. 

Transfer, then short ride to Mariscos; boat transfer to Rio Dulce.

Boat trip to Livingston and Caribbean coast. 

Transfer to Rio Hondo; cycle to Honduras and to the Copan Mayan site. 

Tour of the Copan ruins; optional afternoon cycling or other activities.

Cycle from Honduras to Guatemala to El Salvador in one day! 

Morning ride to Cinquera; explore town and transfer back to Suchitoto.

Cycle to Aguilares; transfer to Ahuachapan; cycle on the famous Ruta de las Flores. 

Downhill ride to Zunzan; transfer to Guatemala; ride to ferry for Monterrico. 

Cycle to Iztapa; transfer to Antigua

End Antigua

Additional Information

This adventure into Central America showcases the best of the region, from the Pacific to the Caribbean coast. In Guatemala, we cycle around Lago Atitlan - a lake in an ancient crater where mountains and verdant hills circle the water. In San Juan, on the south shore of the lake, we meet and support the indigenous ladies that live here weaving vibrant fabrics. We also visit Antigua, one of Guatemala's oldest cities, home to colonial architecture and history. Delve into Honduras' history, learning of its Mayan past at the Copan ruins. Whilst in El Salvador we take La Ruta de las Flores - named for its flowers - through colourful villages and coffee plantations up to Apaneca. As well as challenging rides through tropical scenery there is time to discover other attractions of the countries we visit! 


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