Through forests and volcanoes
Taylor-made travel to Guatemala
Indigenous legacies and vestiges of the Mayan world dominate modern Guatemala. From its former capital, Antigua, where history sprouts from the walls of their stately homes, to the colorful native markets such as Chichicastenango; the magical Lake Atitlán watched over by the three titanic volcanoes or the slender pyramids of Tikal, devoured by the burning jungles of Petén,
this beautiful land, where worship permeates every image, generates emotions that already seemed forgotten.
Guatemala. Stay in an old convent
Stay in an old convent converted into an exclusive boutique hotel.
Guatemala. Participate in a Mayan ritual ceremony
Participate in a Mayan ritual ceremony held by a local shaman in Iximche.
Guatemala. Archaeological tour of Uaxactun Park
Archaeological tour of Uaxactun Park, an ancient Mayan city north of Tikal.
Guatemala. Kayaking from Lake Atitlán
Kayaking from Lake Atitlán and a hiking on Cerro de Oro, where you can enjoy a picnic at the top contemplating the views.
Did you know that?
The quetzal, the Guatemalan currency, bears the name of its national bird, since its Mayan ancestors used their feathers as a means of payment.
Recommended seasons: winter and spring
The best time to travel to Guatemala is from January to April, with pleasant temperatures on the coast and cool nights to visit the central highlands.
Reach the top of the Pacaya volcano and take a private boat tour on the spectacular Lake Atitlán.
Explore the canopy in the Ixpanpajul Natural Park, seeing wildlife above the treetops.
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