The University of Texas at Tyler, in collaboration with the Maya Research Program, will offer a tour that explores Mayan culture, Dr. Teresa Kennedy, UT Tyler Office of International Programs executive director, announced.
Led by Dr. Thomas Guderjan, associate professor of anthropology, the Maya Highlands New Year's Eve Tour is set for Dec. 28 to Jan. 9 and costs $3,600 per person.
"During this 13-day journey, we will explore ancient Maya sites in the spectacular highlands of Mexico and Guatemala," Guderjan said. "We will also visit the World Heritage site of Palenque and remote Tonina, explore the colonial cities of San Cristobal and Antigua and meet traditional Maya people who live in our contemporary world."
Affiliated with UT Tyler, Maya Research Program is a nonprofit corporation sponsoring archaeological and ethnographic research in Middle America.
For information, contact Emily Phillips, UT Tyler Office of International Programs study abroad/international insurance adviser, at 903-565-0391 or email@example.com.