Pleasant Holidays, Journese add Guatemala vacation packages

Pleasant Holidays, Journese add Guatemala vacation packages

Monday, 25 Mar, 2024 0

Pleasant Holidays and luxury sister brand Journese have added Guatemala to its Central America portfolio.

Now customers have access to comprehensive Guatemala travel options like luxury hotels, flights, tours, excursions, private and shared transfers available for booking for travel in 2024 and 2025.

Custom Guatemala vacation packages are available including hotel and resort accommodations in Antigua, Guatemala City, Lake Atitlan and Tikal.

Also available is Discover Guatemala, a six-day guided vacation with an English-speaking local guide and guaranteed departures every Friday year-round.

“Travelers can now explore more of Central America with a custom itinerary or authentic guided Guatemala vacation,” said Jack E. Richards, President and CEO.

It’s an ideal place for adventurous travelers to explore Mayan temples, the mountains, rainforests and ancient cities.”

Branded hotels available include Best Western, Hilton, Hyatt and Westin.

Commissionable excursions explore the culture and history of Guatemala, including city tours, rainforest hikes, Tikal National Park visits, local village encounters and culinary experiences with shared or private options.

Pleasant Holidays and Journese offer direct flights to Guatemala City on major airlines including United from Houston, Chicago, Newark, Los Angeles and Washington D.C.

With the addition of Guatemala, Pleasant Holidays and Journese now offer seven countries in Central and South America and 80 countries worldwide, along with river and ocean cruises. 

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