Forests and volcanoes
Custom travel to Guatemala
Indigenous heritage and vestiges of the Maya world still play a major role in today’s Guatemala. From the former capital of Antigua, where history oozes from the walls of every genteel mansion; and colorful indigenous markets as at Chichicastenango; to magical Lake Atitlán, lorded over by three titanic volcanoes; or the slender pyramids at Tikal, that the Petén region’s overheated jungles devoured.
This beautiful land, where faith becomes the essence of nearly every image, calls up emotions you’d long thought you’d lost.
Guatemala. Relajarse en un antiguo covento
Rest and recharge at a former convent that was converted into an exclusive boutique hotel.
Guatemala. Participar en una ceremonia de ritual maya
Take part in a Maya ritual observance, celebrated by a local shaman in Iximche.
Guatemala. Recorrido arqueológico por el Parque de Uaxactun
Explore the architecture in the Parque de Uaxactun, an ancient Maya town just north of Tikal.
Guatemala. Descenso de exploración en kayak
The kickoff to a kayak exploration that starts in Lake Atitlán and includes a hike to Cerro de Oro, for a picnic on the summit and to be blown away by the views.
Did you know?
Guatemala’s unit of currency, the quetzal, bears the name of the country’s national bird. Ancestral Mayas used the bird’s long, extravagant feathers as currency.
Recommended travel time: Winter and spring
The best time to travel to Guatemala is from January to April, with amenable temperatures at the coast and refreshing nights that cool off visits to the central highlands.
Ascend Pacaya Volcano, then cruise spectacular Lake Atitlán in a private motorboat.
Look up to the canopy at Ixpanpajul natural park, for glimpses of wildlife in the treetops.
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