Guatemala, is the heart of the Mayan world. Alive, magical, mystical and ancestral. Its history goes back to four thousand years, when the Mayan civilization emerged, whose legacy remains today with the traditions and culture of its people.
Guatemala is a country of extraordinary cultural and natural richness and with a privileged geographical location. The distances from place to place are short, allowing you to visit several regions in the same trip.

It is a unique country, of adventure, unforgettable, between its past and present, in addition to the diversity of activities that it offers to the visitor. Known as the country of the eternal spring, it enjoys a pleasant climate that allows to visit it at any time of the year. Guatemala with its richness and diversity offers many ways to enjoy your holidays or business trips, because you can find in one place different tourism segments, in its seven wonderful regions.

Guatemala City

Guatemala City, or Guate as it is referred locally, located in the heart of Guatemala, is an interesting blend of old and new which possesses a distinct Latin charm. Known by its ancestors as the "place of many trees" (name originated from Nahuatl language, Quuahtlemallan) the city mixes lots of green areas with modern architecture. Its location, facilities and the Guatemala City international airport La Aurora makes it a great hub for tourism across the country and the starting point for your trip to the rest of Guatemala. Guatemala City has an active cultural life all year long, giving you plenty of options to spend your time here. It hosts art galleries, several important museums, the National Palace in Guatemala and different cathedrals.


It is located 45 kms from Guatemala city. It was the third capital established by the Spaniards. Despite having been a outlawed and abandoned city to create a new capital, gradually its inhabitants returned to give life and today is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Guatemala. It is a jewel of urbanism and colonial architecture, which retains its characteristics, as if in them time had stopped. Due to its immense historical and cultural value, it was declared “World Heritage Site” by UNESCO in 1979. In the heart of the city, is located the main square within this traditional grilled path so used in the Spanish urban development in the time of the colony. The central square is surrounded by different monuments such as: The Palace of the general captains, the town hall, the church of San José formerly the Cathedral of Guatemala, the archiepiscopal Palace and the Commerce Portal.


Lake Atitlan, is considered one of the most beautiful in the world by the famous writer Aldous Huxley. The lake is 144 kms. of Guatemala City and is, without a doubt, the most important natural attraction of Sololá and one of the best known in Guatemala. Three spectacular volcanoes, Tolimán, Atitlán and San Pedro, form the natural frame of the Iago. The lake complements its beauty with scenic roads, beaches, riverside villages, mountains and volcanoes. It offers excellent opportunities to develop sport fishing, sailing, kayaking, free flight, water skiing and naturalistic recreation, as well as visiting the Mayan populations of the area.


Petén is considered one of the most important places of pre-Columbian occupation. The department includes two reserves of the Mayan biosphere, seven national parks, five wildlife refuges and four protected biotopes, among other diversity of points to explore, so to know it is ideal to plan several days of stay. It is in this place the legends of the Mayan culture are born, one of the most surprising in the world. On arrival you will find fascinating archeological sites that are surrounded by rainforest that has kept them well guarded, including Tikal National Park that was declared a Natural and Cultural heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in 1979


It means “place of voices” and is one of the largest Mayan cities so far known for its 576 km2 of area. World Cultural and Natural Heritage of humanity since 1979. We can find and appreciate a great footprint of what was this site, with more than 3,000 archaeological elements, a city that inhabited between the Preclassic and classical periods. Of its temples and squares, stands out the Plaza Mayor, heart of the archaeological park of Tikal and is surrounded by temples I (Temple of the Great Jaguar) and II (temple of the Masks), the North Acropolis and the Central. There is the square of the Great Pyramid or lost World, a set of monuments of the oldest of Tikal and the palace of the windows, with a lot of interconnected rooms. Temple III or “temple of the Jaguar priest” has different carvings on its lintels. The temple IV or “Temple of the Serpent doubleheaded” is the highest of Tikal, by its 70 meters of height from where we will be able to recreate of one of the most spectacular panoramics of the park. And the temple VI or “Temple of the Inscriptions”, is named after the cover of glyphs in its cresting.

Semuc Champey National Park

Semuc Champey it can be interpreted as “Where the river is hidden”. It is a natural limestone bridge that has a length of more than 300 meters through which flows the Cahabón River, which circulates underground when entering a cave. In the park you can see seven stepped pools with a depth between one and three meters, located in a canyon where rocks are deposited from the Polochic valley, a feature of the pools is the turquoise green color of the water that change hue depending on the time of the year. The depth of the pools oscillate between 1 and 3 meters deep. In the park we can perform different activities such as hiking, crossing hanging bridges, swimming in the pools, camping and climbing the viewpoint that is 50 meters high to observe the pools and waterfalls.


Afro-Caribbean population, settled at the mouth of the Rio Dulce to the Caribbean Sea. This area is accessed by sea from Puerto Barrios in private vessels. It is very characteristic of this destination to appreciate colorful and colorful traditional costumes of the Garífuna culture with its beaches of crystal clear waters, white sand, palm trees, striking wooden houses and a natural environment full of vegetation, making Livingston a unique place.

Río Dulce National Park

Río Dulce connects Lake Izabal with the Caribbean Sea, making it an important biological corridor of more than 48 kilometers, this river is of great importance for species such as the manatee. Its lush tropical rainforest on the banks of the Rio Dulce, offers a surprising landscape, which makes the region the threshold of the Green Caribbean and one of the main tourist destinations of Guatemala, since we can find a great variety of flora and fauna, with more than 40 species of amphibians, 87 species of reptiles, approximately 350 species of birds and more than 128 species of mammals.

Quiriguá Archaeological Site

The park is located on the west bank of the Motagua River or Rio Grande, which was an important communication route for the Mayans. Quiriguá together with the city of Copán in Honduras are located in the southeastern periphery of the Maya lowlands. This Mayan city is characterized mainly by its majestic stelae that are the largest and best preserved of the Mayan World. Most of the monumental constructions, the acropolis, and the stelae were erected during the following 60 years of reign of the new Quiriguá dynasty, a dynasty that dominated the region of the Copán river and the Motagua river. The 34-hectare archaeological park protects an important remnant of tropical rainforest, which makes it a last refuge for wild species native to the area.

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