Amanda Sweeney
Amanda Sweeney Product Manager
"Aside from Mexico, Guatemala is a huge draw for ancient culture as well as stunning scenery."
Guatemala

Places To Go In Guatemala

Antigua
The former capital of Guatemala was founded in 1543 and is one of the finest cities in Central America. This pretty town oozes colonial charm in a delightful setting, in the shadow of three volcanoes and surrounded by coffee plantations and fine haciendas. Antigua boasts a number of fine...
El Peten & Tikal
Shrouded in dense tropical jungle, Tikal in the north of Guatemala is probably one of the most extraordinary and impressive of all the Mayan sites. Tikal was first occupied as a small village sometime before 300BC but by around 700AD had become an important city with great palaces, plazas and...
Guatemala City
Although not the most popular city in Guatemala, with visitors preferring to stay in the more beautiful Antigua, Guatemala City does have its merits despite its unkempt and bustling appearance. With some good museums, a few antique churches and a multitude of restaurants and nightlife, this city is...
Lake Atitlan
Lake Atitlan truly is one of the most beautiful lakes in the world, overlooked by three volcanoes and for many, one of the most evocative reminders of their holiday to Central America. A number of villages can be found on the shoreline and here you will see the Mayan culture and dress which has...
Rio Dulce
If you are looking to broaden your experience of Guatemala then a trip to the Rio Dulce area is a good choice. Visitors to Rio Dulce have not come to see the town but instead the river with its beautiful views. En route you can stop off at Castillo de San Felipe, the Quirigua ruins and Finca...
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