we had planned to go cuba, then fly to panama and travel up to mexico, but now we have to cut our honeymoon down to 6 and a half weeks. we would like a relaxing few days (4-5) then travel around cuba. im now thinking of just traveling around cuba south mexico, belize and guatamalia. but cant come up with an itenary its so confussing, we want to see as much as possible but not push ourselves too much. we are used to back packing but want to take it a little easier for the honeymoon if our budget will allow.
any help is really appriciated
Fly from Cuba to Cancun and then work down the Caribbean coast. Maybe go to Merida and Chichen Itza first. Then the Cayes, San Ignacio, Over to Flores. Tikal. Down to Panajachel. Chichicastenango. Antigua..You'll probably hang ther for a couple of days. You have time to go to Copan Ruinas. Then back up, over to the east of Guat, to the Rio Dulce. Up through Poptun, and back to Belize. Go to Placencia for a few days, and see Dangriga. Back up to BZE. To San Pedro (not staying in BZE. Spend however long you have there available. Take the Thunderbolt to Corozal and hop a bus back to Cancun. Leave. Seems easy.
[ Edit: Edited on 24-Jan-2011, at 09:38 by Piecar ]
thanks, seams like a good plan, thanks