||DAY 1 - AIRPORT COLLECTION
You can now relax. You will be met on arrival and taken to your hotel in the old colonial city of Antigua.
DAY 2 - ANTIGUA TO LAS LISAS,GUATEMALA
On our route to Las Lisas, we pass through many isolated villages with spectacular scenery of volcanoes and much more. Las Lisas is an isolated beach island on the Pacific coast that has its own personal appeal.
DAY 3 - LAS LISAS TO LAGO DE COATEPEQUE, EL SALVADOR
Today we cross over the border to El Salvador, heading directly into a new country. Our final destination is Lago de Coatapeque which is a lake that was formed in the basin of a volcan crater. Great views and a refreshing swimming spot at this location.
DAY 4 - LAGO DE COATAPEQUE TO COPAN HONDURAS
Today we have a big ride with diverse terrain, another border crossing, and a great destination. Our first stop in Honduras will be the city of Copan where we will spend the night before heading out to see the well known ruins of Copan the following day.
DAY 5 - COPAN
Copan is a colonial town that offers a very nice ambience for travellers. You will have the day to explore the ancient Mayan ruins of Copan. Local hot springs, horseback riding, and other activities are also available.
DAY 6 – COPAN TO LA CEIBA, HONDURAS
After a relaxing morning, we will head to the port city of La Ceiba where the bikes will be parked while we spend a three great days in the bay island of Roatan.
DAY 7 – LA CEIBA TO ROATAN, HONDURAS
In the morning we waste no time catching the ferry to our dive destination of Roatan. You now have two and a half days to dive in some of the best waters in the world!
DAY 8 - ROATAN
It’s your time to enjoy this perfect island with plenty of time for diving and relaxing.
DAY 9 - ROATAN
Enjoy another day with diving, snorkeling, fishing, or simply relaxing. Whatever you choose.
DAY 10 - ROATAN, HONDURAS TO RIO DULCE, GUATEMALA
After taking the early ferry back to La Ceiba we quickly prepare ourselves for the big ride to Rio Dulce. We head through the banana and coconut plantations for the Guatemalan border and after crossing we ride to Rio Dulce.
DAY 11 – RIO DULCE
After breakfast we have several options via the local waters. Kayaks are available for rent. We are a short trip away from the Castillo de San Felipe, which was constructed at the mouth of Lake Isabel by the Spanish to keep the British out. It is also possible for a boat ride along the Rio Dulce to visit Livingston, where you can experience a very different lifestyle of the Garifuna community.
DAY 12 - RIO DULCE TO SEMUC CHAMPEY, GUATEMALA
Today we have a great ride along Lago Izabal and then into the mountains to arguably the most beautiful spot in Guatemala – Semuc Champey. We will ride a mix of road and dirt tracks and end with a relaxing evening at a local lodge.
DAY 13 – SEMUC CHAMPEY
Today we rest the bikes and have the day to enjoy the natural wonders of the area including natural spring pools, swimming caves, river tubing, hiking and more! This day will certainly not disappoint.
DAY 14 - SEMUC CHAMPEY TO ANTIGUA
Today we have another full day of panoramic riding until we reach our destination of Antigua, where the tour finishes in the late afternoon.