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15-22 December 2012
Copan only 18-22 December 2012

The Great Return: Copan 2012 · Winter Solstice in Honduras
with Dr David Sedat · John Major Jenkins · Dr Michael Grofe · Dr Barbara MacLeod · Shannon Kring Buset · Leah Glatz

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Copan, Yak Kuk Mo

Rates : 7 NIGHT TOUR

with Lodging at Hacienda San Lucas (ONE ROOM REMAINING)
$2,895 per person double occupancy
$700 single supplement

NEW option for campers! Hacienda San Lucas is providing pup-tents for guests. Camp under the stars near Los Sapos. There will be electricity, shower and porta-potty, along with 24 hour security. BYO sleeping gear.
$2575 per person double occupancy
$324 single supplement

with Lodging at Clarion Hotel Copán Ruinas (based on availability)
$2,699 per person double occupancy
$625 single supplement

We are also happy to check on availability at other lodges in Copán Ruinas, and price accordingly.

COPÁN ONLY RATES: 4 NIGHT TOUR

with Lodging at Hacienda San Lucas (ONE ROOM REMAINING)
$2204.00 per person double occupancy
$545 single supplement

NEW option for campers! Hacienda San Lucas is providing pup-tents for guests. Camp under the stars near Los Sapos. There will be electricity, shower and porta-potty, along with 24 hour security. BYO sleeping gear.
$1884 per person double occupancy
$80 single supplement

with Lodging at Clarion Hotel Copán Ruinas (based on availability)
$2008 per person double occupancy
$350 single supplement

We are also happy to check on availability at other lodges in Copán Ruinas, and price accordingly.

Copan Pico Bonito National Park

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FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER
email: Copan 2012: The Great Return

The Tour Includes:

• All transportation within Honduras, including roundtrip flights between San Pedro Sula and La Ceiba. Note: We will specify the times participants must arrive and depart from San Pedro Sula in order to co-ordinate with the group transportation. Participants whose flight times vary will incur a surcharge for private transportation.
• 7 nights accommodations
• Fifteen meals (7 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 5 dinners) including exclusive multi-course dinner at the home of David W. Sedat, PhD, and final special dinner at Hacienda San Lucas
• Welcome reception at the Lodge at Pico Bonito
• Sunset wine and hors d'oeuvres reception, with marimba band, at the home of David W. Sedat, PhD
• Guided naturalist walk of Pico Bonito
• Choice of:
        1. Guided hike to Unbelievable Falls
        2. Guided whitewater rafting
        3. Guided trip to the Cuero y Salado Coastal Manatee and Wildlife Refuge
        4. Guided snorkeling (surcharge of $50 per person)
• Mud mask treatment at Spa Ixchel
• Traditional Mayan Temazcal (a sweat and prayer experience)
• Four workshops led by:
        1. Archaeologist David W. Sedat, PhD: The Art of Statecraft: How The Maya Regarded Bak’tun Change
        2. Scholar and author of over a dozen books on Maya cosmology and calendrics John Major Jenkins: Copán and Izapa: Echoes of the Galactic Alignment through the Maya Classic Period
        3. Specialist in Maya heiroglyphic writing and archaeoastronomy Dr. Michael J. Grofe: Deep-Time: Astronomical Symbolism and the Ancient Maya Measurement of the Sidereal Year
        4. Specialist in Maya languages and mythology, Dr. Barbara MacLeod: The Great Return: What the Classic Maya Thought About 2012 and Deep Future Time
• Documentary Film Screening of 2012: The Beginning, with Q&A facilitated by filmmaker/author Shannon Kring Buset
• Sunrise solstice ceremony (meditation, breath work and gentle movement) by Yoga Instructor Leah Glatz
• Exclusive guided tour of Copán ruins by David W. Sedat, PhD
• Traditional Maya Sacred Fire Ceremony
• Discussion and Q&A by Shannon Kring Buset: Where Do We Go From Here?
• Escorted throughout by Shannon Kring Buset with by Barbara Baggett
• Taxes throughout

Not Included:
• Departure tax
• International airfare
• Alcohol and items of a personal nature
• Meals not specified above

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER
email: Copan 2012: The Great Return

PASSPORTS AND VISAS

Passport: You must have a passport that is valid for at least 6 months after the date of departure. It is a good idea to take a photocopy of your passport with you in case the original one gets lost.

Visa: If you are a citizen of USA, Canada, most European nations, Australia, New Zealand or Japan, you do not need a visa to enter Honduras as a tourist. Citizens of other nations might require a tourist visa. Visitors who require a visa or are uncertain about applicable entry requirements should contact the closest Honduran Embassy.

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