Mexico’s Yucatan Tour – Off the Beaten Path

Mexico’s Yucatan Tour – Off the Beaten Path

February 16 – 26, 2020 | Stanley Guenter
Travel deep into the remote southern area of Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula where recent excavations have exposed remains of pyramids and cities that, until recently, were nearly impossible to reach. Hieroglyphic texts found here are changing our knowledge of the Maya by revealing history that has been silent for more than one thousand years!

Tour Central Mexico’s Toltec Heritage

Tour Central Mexico’s Toltec Heritage

May 23 – June 2, 2020 | Stanley Guenter
The Toltecs are the most mysterious and controversial group from ancient Mesoamerica and the interpretation of their importance to the greater cultural traditions of this region have ranged from seeing them as the “mother culture”, from which all others sprang, to a group that didn’t even exist historically, and were nothing but a figment of the Aztec imagination.

American Southwest Tour

American Southwest Tour

August 31 – September 9, 2019 | Todd Bostwick
The Four Corners area of the American Southwest is one of the most breathtaking landscapes in the world. Explore the archaeology and experience the culture at Chaco Canyon, Mesa Verde, Hovenweep, Ute Tribal Park, Canyon de Chelly, Acoma, Laguna Pueblo’s Mission Church, and the Navajo Nation Fair and Rodeo.

Bolivia Tour

Bolivia Tour

May 2 – 17, 2020 | Andrew Roddick
Join Far Horizons on an extraordinary 16-day journey through Bolivia that includes magnificent archaeological sites, indigenous peoples still wearing colorful dress, striking colonial cities created by the Spanish conquerers, and all five of Bolivia’s stunning UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

The Archaeology of Belize Tour

The Archaeology of Belize Tour

January 4 – 12, 2020 | Stanley Guenter
Join Far Horizons on this 9-day trip to explore lost Maya ceremonial centers, meet people from the country’s varied ethnic groups, while seeing spectacular wildlife that other countries around the world label ‘endangered’. Travel from the Maya city of Lamanai in the north to the remote ceremonial centers of Lubaantun, and Nimli Punit in the south.