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What Guests Said About Tikal:

  • 10

    I stayed on the grounds so there was not much around the...

    I stayed on the grounds so there was not much around the area. Tikal was so rich with history and culture of the Mayans. Going to the museums in the park first is helpful to prepare you for what you will see at the ruins and why. The ruins were beautiful despite a lot of them not being excavated yet . Climbing to the top of the dome the ruins was breathtaking to be able to see what they saw. My tour guide was excellent and knew so many things outside of what the signs explained which made the trip more enjoyable.
    Theresa
    United States of America
  • 10

    Tikal is amazing. The structures and views are incredible.

    Tikal is amazing. The structures and views are incredible. The history is unique and interesting. The area is confusing, but just walking the paths is delightful. Listen for the wildlife. Learn to recognize the structures that are not yet excavated. Align the maps they give/sell you, to navigate more easily. Guided tours have two costs: tour fee and guide fee. This was a surprise when we settled up at the end. Be sure to ask for total costs.
    Ortega
    Costa Rica
  • 10

    BEWARE OF THE TOURIST GUIDES (Tikal or the rest of Guatemala...

    BEWARE OF THE TOURIST GUIDES (Tikal or the rest of Guatemala)!!! they propose some very expensive visit on Tikal ($70...50....more or less) there is no published rates....so they do what they want...and they want money. ticket to Tikal is 150 Quetzal if you are a foreigner and 100Q if you are from Guatemala, that you must pay in cash to a bank ( BANRURAL).... and you get no receipt for that!!!
    pascal
    France
  • 10

    Tikal Was amazing. The ruins were very cool.

    Tikal Was amazing. The ruins were very cool. Many people like to rent a tour guide and they do give you some cool history and educational facts but I loved going in free solo. I was able to explore the ruins on my own time and go to all the different ones I wanted. It might be a good idea to buy a map of the place because there is not a lot of direction signs.
    Michael
    United States of America
  • 10

    Avoid the middle of the day, 11 am to 2 pm.

    Avoid the middle of the day, 11 am to 2 pm. That's when it can be oppressively hot and when there are the most tourists. We took an early morning flight from Guatemala City, then a shuttle from the airport at Flores to the Jungle Lodge. But instead of going directly into the park, we had lunch and took a nap. That way we missed the heat and the people and could wander through the park until sundown. Then we did the reverse in the morning: we got going at 6 AM (no breakfast available that early, so plan ahead) and had the park to ourselves and saw it in morning fog and light, and then returned about noon for another nap before taking an evening flight back to Guatemala City. We had several hours at the Flores airport, so we took a Tuktuk to the city itself and a quick boat ride around the island at sunset. Lovely!
    Craig
    United States of America
  • 10

    Extraordinary ruins.

    Extraordinary ruins. Saw plenty of wildlife, one of my favorite parts. The dawn walk begins at 4:30 am and lasts 4 hours. Mostly wildlife viewing and sunrise. The evening walk which requires a guide involves climbing a big pyramid in the dark and watching sunset and star viewing. For the elderly or less physically capable, the park operates a truck every 15 minutes from a tienda just inside the gate. It operates 9-3 and takes you to Central Plaza (and back).
    Marilyn
    United States of America

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Tikal

  • From $175.44 per night
    8.4
    Very Good · 899 reviews
    Location, staff and services. My flight to Guatemala was changed 5 different times (don’t fly Tag Airlines), each time I message the hotel and they made arrangements to help accommodate me, including taking me to their sister hotel in Flores for a meal since My last flight change would cause my arrival to be after the on-site restaurant closed. The airport Tikal ticketing off made a mistake on one of my admissions tickets, but Kevin got it corrected. The hotel has serval rotating tour guides, but you should ask for Cesar for the best tour.
    Adam
    United States of America
  • From $109.33 per night
    8.7
    Excellent · 798 reviews
    The staff was excellent! Both the receptionist and the restaurant staff. The place was great. Very clean, they were deep cleaning when we arrived. We loved having the pool to cool us off. We ate breakfast and dinner at the hotel. The waitstaff was excellent, felt 5star! We had the fish dinner - excellent! All very delicious and worth the price. there is hot water to shower. And mosquito nets over the beds.
    Katy
    United States of America
  • From $159.21 per night
    7.5
    Good · 458 reviews
    (1) Transpor from Flores Airport to the park worked perfectly well. The hotel made the arrangement (a bit expensive but really OK) (2) The location is privileged at just 100 meters from the entrance to the park. After walking and climbing is great not having to take any transport to other place but just arriving to your room and take a rest to recover
    Leonardo
    Brazil
  • From $175.44 per night
    8.4
    Very Good · 899 reviews
    The hotel Jungle Lodge Tikal is located at 3 min of the Tikal site entrance. It’s surrounded by the jungle and you ear all the animals around, while enjoying a excellent dinner and safely sleeping in a comfortable bed. This hotel is definitely the best choice to fully live the Tikal experience☀️
    Gaelle
    France
  • From $159.21 per night
    7.5
    Good · 458 reviews
    Really went in with low expectations after reading other reviews, but really the Jaguar Inn is pretty nice. Well kept, pleasant surroundings and TIkal just up the path. Could be a little tidier outside but the dining room and menu were fine, very good dining service. I'd happily go back.
    Terry
    United States of America
  • From $175.44 per night
    8.4
    Very Good · 899 reviews
    This hotel is in the jungle. We were woken up by howler monkeys and there were many other animals on the grounds. This and seeing Tikal was our main goal and it was 100% completed! This is the closest hotel to Tikal, which is super convenient. We got to go twice in 1 day.
    Isadora
    France
  • From $109.33 per night
    8.7
    Excellent · 798 reviews
    Nice room, good restaurant, good value for money, and superb staff - the manager (or owner?) was so knowledgeable about Tikal, I learnt a lot from her. When I forgot something in the hotel, they were so kind to bring it for 20km - couldn't be more grateful!
    Viktoryia
    Singapore
  • From $159.21 per night
    7.5
    Good · 458 reviews
    It's a privilege to stay this close to the ruins of Tikal. The Jaguar Inn is a lovely and comfortable place. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The food was very tasty and plenty to choose from. Highly recommend and I would stay here again!
    veronica
    Netherlands
  • From $159.21 per night
    7.5
    Good · 458 reviews
    I will struggle here as in all honesty I ended my stay here early. I found the bed was large and comfortable. It is in the biosphere and close to Tikal entrance. The driver the hotel used was great.
    Luke
    United Kingdom
  • From $175.44 per night
    8.4
    Very Good · 899 reviews
    Proximity to Tikal national park is awesome. nice open air restaurant. games pool table. food as restaurant was pretty good. not outstanding but good and fairly priced considering the remoteness
    Belinda
    Australia
  • From $109.33 per night
    8.7
    Excellent · 798 reviews
    I thoroughly enjoyed my too-short stay at Tikal Inn. The staff were very kind and helpful. I loved being in the middle of the jungle. I hope to return next year for a longer stay.
    Elizabeth
    Canada
  • 8.4
    Very Good · 743 reviews
    Great location right next to the park. The hotel was clean and offered many activities to do in Tikal. The pool was great too, but not open long enough for those hot nights.
    Asher
    United States of America
  • From $109.33 per night
    8.7
    Excellent · 798 reviews
    Amazing stay in the Tikal National Park rainforest, just a few meters from the entrance to the Arcsheological Zone of Tikal.
    Leonard
    United States of America
  • From $109.33 per night
    8.7
    Excellent · 798 reviews
    Staff is amazing, very kind and helpful. You're at Tikal entrance in 5min and can enjoy the pool in the afternoon
    Robin
    Guatemala
  • 8.4
    Very Good · 743 reviews
    Peaceful relaxing environment. Very helpful staff. Organizes Sunset/Sunrise tours. Next door to Tikal NP.
    Darren
    United States of America
  • From $175.44 per night
    8.4
    Very Good · 899 reviews
    Good location at the Tikal Site entrance, comfortable bed and rooms, clean bathroom, nice Lobby and bar
    Felix
    Germany
  • 8.4
    Very Good · 743 reviews
    Great location in the Tikal national park. Very friendly staff, I would anytime recommend it
    Tobias
    Germany
  • From $109.33 per night
    8.7
    Excellent · 798 reviews
    Great place with the best staff in Guatemala in our stay! Highly suggested!!
    Nikolaos
    Greece
  • 8.4
    Very Good · 743 reviews
    Fabulous location right next to Tikal entrance.
    Jared
    United States of America
  • From $159.21 per night
    7.5
    Good · 458 reviews
    it’s right next to the national park
    Cristian
    United States of America