Tropical Islands, Rain Forests & Ancient Sites of Central America aboard Yorktown
February 15 - 22, 2014
The Caribbean coastline of Honduras, Belize and Guatemala is both astonishingly beautiful and unspoiled. This is an ideal area to be explored by a small ship such as Yorktown. On this voyage to seldom-visited islands, ports, and sites, we will explore the wonders of lush rain forests and their rich wildlife, and ancient Maya sites, swim at pristine white-sand beaches, and snorkel in crystal-clear waters to discover the astonishing marine life of the reefs that surround the places we will visit. All in all, this is the perfect winter getaway to places few travelers have seen. Other tour dates available. March 1 - 8, 2014
Study Leader Information
Jonathan Green has a degree in Geology and Geography. John is also an avid diver and accomplished photographer; Chris Harbard is an ornithologist and conservationist who works as a freelance author, editor, broadcaster and lecturer; Sandra Noble is Executive Director Emerita of the Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies
For a detailed listing of daily activities during our trip, please click here for the tour brochure.
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